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Sleeping Well Enhances Police Performance

By Matthew Loux

Proper sleep is essential for maintaining your physical and mental health. Learn how police officers can improve their sleep to improve their performance at work.

Disaster Response Planning Guidebook: Free Online Resource

By Anthony S. Mangeri

Today's emergency management teams must contend with diverse modern-day threats. Download this free online magazine to learn how we can prepare and coordinate response across multiple agencies and community stakeholders.

Prison Reform Measures to Balance Socioeconomic Disadvantages

By Robert Brzenchek

The prison system unfairly targets those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. Learn how corrections, law enforcement and legislators can bring about much-needed reform in a number of different areas.

Redefining the Role of Probation and Parole Officers to Combat Recidivism

By Leischen Kranick

There is more to probation and parole than ensuring offenders don't violate their probation terms. Learn how the Virginia Department of Corrections (VADOC) clarified its mission and expanded the role of its officers to improve reentry strategies.

Combating Known Risks to Firefighter Health

By Keith Collins

Firefighters are at increased risk of health concerns including cancer, obesity and mental health issues. Find out how they can protect and maintain their personal health.

Be Ready to Respond by Combating Fatigue

By Amy Eisenhauer

Fatigue and lack of sleep is common for those who work in the EMS field, but it shouldn't be accepted as status quo. Despite long and and irregular hours, there are a number of ways to improve the quality of your sleep.

Improve Response by Improving Operational Information Flow

By Jinnie Chua

Communication is crucial in any response, but especially in large-scale complex incidents. Learn how agencies can create a shared platform for information flow between the fire service, police, and other public safety stakeholders.