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Facial Recognition Technology a Growing Law Enforcement Tool

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Facial recognition software helps law enforcement quickly identify individuals by comparing photographs from databases and open sources. Learn how this software aids officers during criminal investigations and can be especially useful in human trafficking cases.

Human Traffickers Use Social Media to Target Children

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Social media platforms are popular among children, which can increase their risk of being exploited by human traffickers. Here are steps that parents can take to protect their children.

The Coronavirus Pandemic Is Reducing Some Types of Crime

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

Crime data in 24 states show police are receiving fewer calls for service and making fewer arrests. However, there has been an increase in nontraditional crime. Learn what types of crimes are on the rise and what law enforcement can do about it.

Stay-at-Home Orders May Increase Child Abuse Incidents

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

People across the country are under stay-at-home orders. While this can help slow the spread of coronavirus, it increases the risk of child abuse. Learn why it's especially important for officers and citizens to pay close attention to signs that a child might be in danger.

Developing Global Partnerships to Fight Criminal Acts

Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

It's increasingly important for law enforcement agencies across the world to form partnerships to share information, understand trends worldwide, and learn from one another. 

Museum Provides Unique Insights into National Police of Colombia

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski

One of the best ways to gain a deeper understanding of the National Police of Colombia is to visit the National Police History Museum, which includes many exhibits that reflect the different phases of law enforcement in Colombia. 

Colombia Takes Proactive Stance to Combat Human Trafficking

By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski and Major Efren Muñoz

Two AMU faculty members were recently invited on a research trip to meet with officials of the National Police of Colombia. Read more about what they learned about human trafficking in Colombia and some steps the country is taking to combat this problem.