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“Us Versus Them” in Policing: What Causes Warrior Cops?

By Scot DuFour

Warrior cops, with their ""us vs. them"" mindset and increased likelihood to use force, have multiplied amongst police ranks. But is their training to blame? To change their behavior, law enforcement leaders must instead focus on changing officers' misguided ideas about what it means to be a cop.

WSIN Offers Agencies Assistance on Human Trafficking Cases

By Jinnie Chua

The Western States Information Network (WSIN) offers agencies a multitude of products and services to assist human trafficking investigations. Find out more about how it provides crucial support and how agencies can join WSIN for free.

Combating Recidivism in 2018 and Other Ongoing Challenges in Corrections

By Jinnie Chua

Over the past year, corrections saw an increased focus on reducing recidivism. Here are In Public Safety's top articles on the topic and more of our most popular 2018 articles, including radicalization in prisons and managing officer stress.

Rebuilding Officer Resiliency: Free Online Treatment Guide

While it can seem daunting, seeking professional help is a crucial step towards recovering from stress and trauma. Download this free eMagazine to better understand what first responders can expect from treatment.

The Importance of Soft Skills for Criminal Justice Professionals

By Dr. Michael Pittaro

Soft skills, such as interpersonal communication skills, are central to the work of officers, yet they are so often overlooked. Learn why all criminal justice professionals should consider how soft skills can be honed and applied on the job.

3D-Printed Guns: Regulations and Legal Implications

By Vicky A. Bufano

National controversy arose over whether designs for 3D-printed guns should be made available online, highlighting the need for clear, effective gun laws. Learn more about the issue and why uniform regulation needs to be prioritized.

Transformational Leadership and Emotional Intelligence in Corrections

In this video, American Military University's Dr. Michael Pittaro explains why transformational leadership and emotional intelligence go hand in hand in the field of corrections.