Many criminal activities like human trafficking, cybercrime, drug trafficking, and organized crime go beyond national borders. In this episode, AMU criminal justice professor Dr. Jarrod Sadulski talks with Mikel Irizar, Operations Specialist at INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Learn how INTERPOL assists its 194 member-nations by coordinating criminal investigations, providing resources, sharing intelligence data, and more.
By Dr. Gary Deel
Free will might not be an illusion after all. Just because we haven’t yet found a scientific explanation to support free will doesn’t mean we never will.
By Andrew Bell and Bruce Razey
Police are trained to use force in certain situations, but must also constantly train how to de-escalate situations, defuse fellow officers, and use less-lethal weapons. When citizens and police understand each other, trust can be built.
By Dr. Gary Deel
Review an interesting legal scenario highlighting how complicated it can be to prove cause and effect in negligence cases. Learn more about the legal precedent involved.
By Buster Nicholson
For municipal leaders, time is an extremely valuable resource. Learn why leaders must reserve some time to reflect on tasks in order to prioritize them and ensure they're making the best decisions possible.
Belize Central Prison has not had a single reported case of COVID-19. In this podcast episode, learn about the measures implemented to prevent infections and the importance of educating prisoners about the virus so they understand the reason behind new protocols.
Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff
The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted social and financial stability and distanced people from social support, so now, more than ever, it's important to come together to prevent suicide. Learn about Active Minds, a student-led organization that aims to reduce stigma, encourage healthy coping skills, and offer other anti-suicide measures. Register to attend an upcoming symposium.