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This Veterans Day, Recognize the Challenges Veterans Face

By Leischen Stelter

Veterans Day is about recognizing the sacrifices made by those in the military, but it's also an opportunity to reflect on the unique challenges they face. Hear from these veterans about their experiences transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce.

Preparing for Mass Shootings and Other Disasters: What Would Peel Do?

By Andrew Bell and Bruce Razey

Sir Robert Peel, known as the father of modern policing, was one of the first to recognize the need for public safety agencies to work hand-in-hand with the public. How can agencies today apply his approach to policing to prepare for potential mass shootings?

Are Agencies Prepared for a National Power Grid Down?

By Dennis Porter

If the power grid goes down, everything that relies on electricity will become inoperable. The possibility of such an event may be more likely than you think. Find out more about potential threats to the power grid and how agencies can prepare.

Are Thought Crimes Science Fiction or Potential Reality?

By Terri Wilkin

When do violent fantasies become criminal acts? Are we heading toward an Orwellian 'Big Brother' society? An expert weighs in on how we distinguish between thought and criminal action.

Five Ways to Promote Officer Resilience

By Jinnie Chua

If left unaddressed, stress can have serious mental health consequences on police officers. This new study sheds light on what officers who have demonstrated resilience throughout their careers are doing to successfully manage stress from the job.

Understanding and Managing Law Officer Stress: Free Online Resource

By Tim Hardiman

Law enforcement officers deal with a range of stressful and traumatic incidents and these can take a toll on their mental well-being. Download this free online magazine to find out how they can begin to manage stress from the job.

Mapping the Route to Violent Extremism

By Jinnie Chua

One of the greatest challenges in law enforcement is predicting whether an individual has the potential to become violent. So how can officers assess the threat of a radicalized individual? Find out more about radicalization and where it lies on the path to violent extremism.