By Scot DuFour
In 1982, an innocent man was convicted of murder because two lawyers decided not to reveal the identity of the real killer. Learn more about the shocking case and why the lawyers maintained that they were simply adhering to a specific code of ethics.
By Doug Wylie
Corruption in correctional facilities is not new. What can administrators do to identify employees who might be particularly vulnerable to manipulation by inmates? AMU's criminal justice professor Michael Pittaro discusses ways to identify and stop manipulation and corruption.
By Dr. Todd D. Isaacson
Research suggests that college-educated officers use force less often and have better interpersonal communication skills, so why do less than 1% of departments require officers to have a four-year degree? Learn how education can impact ethical and moral behavior and why it's so important for administrators to understand all the factors that lead officers to make unethical decisions.