By Jinnie Chua
Concerned with deepening divisions between police and the public, two former partners decided to direct their skills to book writing. Find out how the cops-turned-authors hope their book will both educate and entertain readers while shedding light on the everyday lives of police officers.
By Ruth Espitia
Amid the devastation of war and terrorist activity, many Syrians started to turn to social media to watch over and police their communities. Learn more about how cyber community policing got its start and became an integral part of saving civilian lives.
By Jinnie Chua
With recent terrorist attacks targeting even the least expected of places, police officers need to be prepared to deal with the worst. This starts with making sure officers know what terrorism involves. Learn more about how education is key for preparing officers to be the front lines against terrorism.
By Andrew Bell and Bruce Razey
How do you stop the divisiveness between the public and law enforcement? How do you build trust while also maintaining order? Learn how to enhance community engagement and help build respect and understanding among police, citizens, and government officials.
By Dr. Chuck Russo
For most of the last 100 years, agency administrators had been operating under the assumption that getting to the call quicker can increase arrest rates. Research, however, has shown that this is not the case: Response times actually have little impact on arrest rates. So why does response time still matter to agency administrators?
Keith Graves has been a police officer for more than 28 years. “It’s imperative that every officer be the best he or she can be, so that citizens walk away with confidence in their government and their police departments,” he says. Learn about Keith’s career and why he thinks education is so important.