By Dr. Michael Pittaro
Continuing to care for the nation's aging prison population is costly and requires increased healthcare, resources and officer training. Learn why legislation that releases elderly inmates who pose little threat to society is a better solution.
By Brad Davison
In a recent research study, budget limitations was identified as the number one challenge facing fire chiefs of combination departments. Find out how addressing budgets could help solve additional issues in fire departments.
By Leischen Stelter
Technology can improve officer and inmate safety and make correctional facilities more efficient, yet many facilities still rely on paper records and manual systems. AMU criminal justice faculty member Ron Wallace discusses the challenges of integrating technology like automated offender systems and inmate tracking systems into correctional facilities.
By Erik Kleinsmith
One acronym that is almost uniformly misunderstood and yet hated in the intelligence community is LPTA. Intelligence job-seekers need to understand what LPTA means and why to be very very wary of it.
By Mason Pooler
In an attempt to reduce Wisconsin’s budget deficit, the governor passed Act 10, the Budget Repair Bill. This bill affected many areas of government employment, but most notably reduced funding for pension contributions and health insurance. While the state can point to measurable savings because of these budget cuts, what will be the cost to the government?