In this podcast episode, AMU's Drs. Kate Brannum and Michelle Watts discuss their research examining how a mostly volunteer fire service in Guatemala responded to the catastrophic eruption of Volcan de Fuego in 2018 with minimal financial support from the government.
By Dr. Chuck Russo and Dr. Samer Koutoubi
Police officers and other first responders are at a much greater risk of being exposed to and contracting COVID-19 coronavirus. Here are several ways that public safety professionals can protect themselves from this contagious respiratory disease.
By Brad Davison
Research shows that a small exterior fire can become a whole-structure fire in as little as two minutes. Here's how firefighting tactics must evolve to account for modern building materials and construction techniques.
By Erik Kleinsmith
The death of Iran's General Soleimani is likely to bring significant changes to the nation's objectives and methods of operation. Learn how tools like threat profiling and historical case studies can help intelligence analysts better understand and predict the impacts of this leadership loss.
By Christi Scott Bartman
Housing is one of the main impediments for human trafficking survivors to successfully escape a life of being trafficked. Learn about their unique needs as well as specific ways to help these women find long-term housing.
By Jennifer Bucholtz
What does the evidence from Rebekah Gould's unsolved murder tell investigators about the killer? The ninth article in this series applies behavioral analysis techniques to create a profile of the likely killer based on Rebekah's injuries and the evidence left at the scenes.