By Eric W. Adams
Can pursuing a higher education degree alongside your regular job bolster your career? Find out how an AMU student is applying the principles and methodologies he learns in the classroom directly, and often immediately, to his work as an intelligence analyst.
By Kim Colegrove
Mental health stigma is at the core of why too many police officers do not get the help they need. Kim Colegrove was confronted with this devastating reality when her husband took his own life on Thanksgiving weekend in 2014. Since then, she's been on a journey to change how officers think, talk, and cope with mental health issues.
By Lieutenant Robert Hiller
When a shoulder injury left firefighter Robert Hiller recovering at home, the change of pace resulted in a gradual decline in his mental health. Read about the increasingly worrying red flags he ignored before finally deciding to seek professional help.
By Leischen Stelter
Many law enforcement agencies are now teaching officers how to de-escalate and diffuse volatile situations without using force. In this podcast, a 20-year veteran officer discusses what de-escalation techniques worked best for him, as well as their potential impact on officer safety.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
For police officers, teaching can be an alternative source of income to working overtime or taking on extra details. Learn more about what becoming an adjunct criminal justice professor involves.