By Wendy Hummell
When female officers express emotion or stress, it can often be dismissed on account of gender and this can take a toll on their mental health. Here a veteran female officer shares her advice on handling stress for the next generation of women starting out on the force.
By Kerry L. Erisman
There is a disparity in the U.S. criminal justice system where wealth and privilege can somehow diminish the seriousness of a crime and lessen the sentence. This is unacceptable, and there must be limits on the discretion exercised by prosecutors and judges who abuse their powers.
By Dr. Randall Hanifen
Several types of vehicles including cars, SUVs, trucks, and vans are commonly used as command vehicles for battalion chiefs or shift captains. Read about the advantages and disadvantages of each type of vehicle.
By Tommy Smith
Sovereign citizens are a dangerous burden to law enforcement and to the court system. So why do so few law enforcement agencies conduct training on how officers can keep themselves and citizens safe from this group?