By Michele Ice
A first responder was driving with her daughter when they were hit by a van that ran a stop sign. A car seat check, just two weeks before the crash, likely saved 10-month-old Brooke's life. Find out more about why it's so important for everybody, even first responders, to have a certified technician ensure their child's car seat is properly installed.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Police officers need to start planning for retirement as early as possible, not just at the end of their careers. These effective strategies can help officers transition into a financially and emotionally secure retirement.
By Drs. Kate Brannum and Michelle Watts
After a volcanic eruption in Guatemala, firefighters gave time, energy, and money out of their own pockets to keep response efforts going. AMU faculty members interviewed some of those firefighters about the country's reliance on volunteers for disaster response, despite the lack of government support and resources.
By Dr. Chuck Russo and Dr. Stephanie Myers-Hunziker
Long-term PTSD can be career-ending for first responders. But unlike those with physical injuries, responders who seek disability pensions and workers' compensation based solely on psychological injuries face an uphill battle.