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Countering Criminals’ Attempts to Destroy Digital Evidence

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Many crimes now have a digital footprint, whether it be pictures, text messages, social media posts, or another form of digital data. This is why officers need to know how to properly collect and preserve digital evidence for prosecution.

Increasing Organizational Commitment in Police Officers

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Many police agencies are experiencing a major shortage of officers, so fostering organizational commitment must be a priority for leaders. Learn how increasing officers' commitment will directly impact employee turnover rates and job performance.

Benefits of Being an Adjunct Criminal Justice Instructor

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

For police officers, teaching can be an alternative source of income to working overtime or taking on extra details. Learn more about what becoming an adjunct criminal justice professor involves.

Stopping Human Trafficking in Central America and the U.S.

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Adults and children in Central America who travel in migrant caravans or human smuggling rings are at high risk of being kidnapped and becoming trafficking victims. Find out why more government intervention is needed stop the problem from persisting.

Narcotics and the Human Trafficking Problem in Belize

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski and Kendra Hoyt

Belize is in a vulnerable geographical location for both narcotics trafficking and human trafficking. At the invitation of Galen Univesity of Belize, AMU's Dr. Jarrod Sadulski gave a presentation on counter-narcotics and anti-trafficking strategies in the region.

How Police Officer Stress in the U.S. Compares to Belize

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski and Kendra Hoyt

Galen University of Belize invited AMU's Dr. Jarrod Sadulski to visit the Central American nation and speak about police stress. Read about the key takeaways from his workshop on managing police stress.

How Police Supervisors Can Foster Officer Commitment

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Amidst the widespread shortage in officer recruits, police supervisors must ensure they are doing all they can to retain the employees they have. Supervisors need to take steps to boost officer commitment, performance, and morale.