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 Leischen Stelter
AMU graduate Captain Peter Jensen was one of the first operational command staff to arrive at the Thomas Fire. As a 29-year veteran firefighter, he has never seen a fire leapfrog over mountain tops and spread so quickly. Read more about his role battling the largest wildfire in California history.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
By adopting a few simple programs and practices, police departments can make a significant difference in their officers' ability to cope with stress and trauma. Here are five ways police departments and supervisors can do their part to support officers.