By Leischen Stelter
As a new year approaches, we review the topics that have been most relevant to our law enforcement readers over the past year. Here are In Public Safety's most popular articles on officer stress and trauma to help pave the way to a healthy start to 2019.
By Jon Hager
Behavioral intervention teams keep colleges safe by responding to reports of individuals exhibiting concerning behavior. Learn what kinds of behavior, both on campus and online, members of the college community should always report.
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. Jade Pumphrey
Law enforcement officers can use the Reid technique, a non-accusatory interrogation structure, to provoke behavioral responses that can be examined for truth. Learn more about the technique's nine steps and potential drawbacks.