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Staff Shortages Cited as Key Factor Leading to Prison Riots

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Prison riots are one of the most hazardous situations that corrections officers can face. Read about the common causes of riots and learn what correctional officials can do to mitigate these problems and prevent violence before its starts.

Recognizing Human Trafficking in the United States

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

It is estimated that there are 40.3 million victims of human trafficking throughout the world. Know the signs that someone may be a potential victim and the best way to report your suspicions to law enforcement. 

Belize Central: A Model for Central American Prisons

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Belize Central Prison's highly successful rehabilitation program prepares inmates for life after incarceration, resulting in a recidivism rate of only 10 percent. Find out what other prisons in Central America, and the United States, can learn from Belize Central Prison.

Avoiding Disaster Fraud: Ensuring Donations Reach Victims

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

The recent destruction of Hurricane Dorian has left many across the country looking for ways to contribute to relief efforts. Follow these tips to ensure you are sending donations and resources to the right places instead of into the hands of criminals.

Gang Involvement in Human Trafficking in Central America

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

In El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras, ineffective government, poverty, and significant gang activities in the region have resulted in many of these gangs engaging in human trafficking. Learn more about how these gangs prey on women and children.

Human Trafficking and the Children of Central America

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

The lengths that families in Central America will go through to seek a better life for their children can leave them vulnerable to human trafficking. Find out how criminal smuggling groups exploit children and their families attempting to reach the United States.

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.