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Scammers Exploiting Legitimate Coronavirus Contact Tracing

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Contact tracing is designed to notify citizens of their potential exposure to the coronavirus and monitor the contacts of infected people. However, the Better Business Bureau reports that scammers and identity thieves have exploited legitimate contact tracing.

Nationwide Protests Are Fertile Soil for Domestic Terrorism

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

While local and federal law enforcement resources are responding to nationwide demonstrations, it is critical to recognize the continued threat of active shooters and domestic terrorism.

The Ongoing Colombian Peace Process and the Nation’s Future

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski and Efren Munoz

For decades, bombs, homicides, kidnappings, and terrorist attacks became a normal way of life in Colombia. Learn about the nation's efforts to foster long-lasting peace between the government and revolutionary groups in order to end the violence.

Why It’s Difficult to Control Money Laundering in Colombia

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski and Major Efren Muñoz

Money laundering between the US and Colombia has been a problem for many decades. Learn some of the creative ways criminal enterprises transfer money, including the use of cryptocurrency, and the role of law enforcement to track this money.

Venezuela’s Role in Cocaine Trafficking and President Maduro’s Indictment

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Drug traffickers exploit border disputes between Colombia and Venezula, easily moving cocaine and other drugs. Learn more about the drug transportation routes and political issues in Central America.

Handling the Future Outcome of the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Dr. Randall Hanifen

Learn how risk-benefit models can help prepare municipalities for gradual reopening during the coronavirus pandemic and how these plans can also be used during future waves of COVID-19 infections.

Prisons Worldwide Seek Ways to Ease the Coronavirus Crisis

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Prisons and jails are facing a growing crisis as the coronavirus spreads quickly among inmates and staff. Learn about the potential problems of instituting prevention measures such as releasing non-violent offenders early.