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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 at various events. Find out what Dr. Sadulski got up to during his time there and 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.

Belize Prison’s Rehabilitation Programs Raise Morale, Lower Recidivism

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Belize Central Prison’s recidivism rate is only 10 percent, a long way from the 83 percent recidivism rate in the United States. AMU's Dr. Jarrod Sadulski visited the prison to gain firsthand insight into the exceptional success of its rehabilitation programs.

A Successful Retirement Requires Long-Term Preparation

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Police officers need to start planning for retirement as early as possible, not just at the end of their careers. These effective strategies can help officers transition into a financially and emotionally secure retirement.

The Need to Combat Human Trafficking Worldwide

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Human trafficking is a serious worldwide problem involving 20.9 million victims. Members of law enforcement and the public can look out for these signs to help identify victims and stop traffickers.

The Failing Battle Against Drug Production in Colombia

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Colombia is a world leader in cocaine production. Coca leaves continue to be grown in Colombia's Andes mountains, despite various efforts to eradicate the crop and deter farmers.

New SAVE Program Protects Lives in Active Shooter Calls

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

In active shooter incidents, the time it takes for rescue personnel to reach victims can be the difference between life and death. Find out how Swift Assisted Victim Extraction (SAVE) teams are trained to enter "warm zones" to reach victims sooner.