By Robert Brzenchek
The FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) is well known for using behavioral analysis to support criminal investigations. Learn more about the work of the BAU, including how they interview inmates to better understand and predict criminal behavior.
By Bernadette Bruha
The decision to seek counseling is a difficult one for many first responders, but concerns about confidentiality should not be an additional obstacle. Here's what responders should know about counseling confidentiality so they can get the help they need.
By Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff
First responders handle a lot of stress, and sometimes that stress also impacts those closest to them. Find out how different types of counseling can help children in first responder families.
By Jason Whitehead
Getting posted at the law library can seem unimportant, but correctional officers should be aware of inmates involved in the sovereign citizen movement. Here are some documents and writings officers should be on the look out for.
By Dr. Michael Pittaro
Soft skills, such as interpersonal communication skills, are central to the work of officers, yet they are so often overlooked. Learn why all criminal justice professionals should consider how soft skills can be honed and applied on the job.