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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.

How Cardiovascular Check-Ups Save Firefighter Lives

By Michele Ice

When firefighters from the Cobb County Fire and Emergency Services lost one of their own to cardiac arrest, they took steps to ensure it wouldn't happen again. Learn how check-ups, heart scans and prioritizing fitness have made all the difference.

Resources for Local Law Enforcement to Fight Domestic Terrorism

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

There are numerous information-sharing resources designed to help local law enforcement combat terrorism. Learn more about the available resources that officers should be integrating in their anti-terrorism efforts.

Catholic Priest Sexual Abuse Report: Why States Need to Change Statute of Limitations Laws

By Dr. Michael Pittaro

The findings of a grand jury investigation in Pennsylvania uncovered decades of horrendous sexual abuse by hundreds of Catholic priests. To bring the accused priests to trial, statute of limitations laws must be changed.

Rebuilding Trust in Officers Through Community Policing

By Jinnie Chua

As police-community relations continue to disintegrate in many towns and cities, how can community policing change the way the public perceives officers? One 26-year veteran officer shares the importance of officers being warriors, servants and leaders.

Collaboration is the Only Solution to Fight Cybersecurity Threats

By Robert Brzenchek

Cybersecurity threats from Russia, China and other transnational crime groups are increasing in both scope and intensity. Learn how cross-agency collaboration is needed to protect national security interests.

Limiting Exposure to Asbestos After a Disaster

By Rosie Rosati

Asbestos is a toxin linked to cancer and can still be found in many older homes. From 9/11 to Hurricane Katrina and Superstorm Sandy, there are lessons to be learned from how asbestos is handled in the aftermath of a disaster.