By Dr. Gary Deel
Why are recidivism rates in the U.S. so high? Learn how Norway's correctional system, which has very low recidivism rates, is structured differently. What could the U.S. correctional system do differently to change its approach to rehabilitative justice?
By Brian Dawe
Coronavirus has taken a huge toll on correctional officers and their families. Learn about new guidelines to protect staff as well as changes to LODD benefits that ensure the families of officers killed by COVID-19 will receive benefits.
By Andrew Bell and Bruce Razey
Is it okay for a police officer to accept a free cup of coffee? For many officers, the answer is not clear. While the scenario may seem insignificant, it highlights the ethical challenges officers face. Read more about steps agencies can take to improve officer ethics through recruitment, training, and supervision.
By Erik Kleinsmith
The nation finds itself witnessing widespread civil unrest after the death of George Floyd. To better understand the protests and riots, the public must first understand the three major groups involved and their position in society.
By Dr. Tonia Parker
Many first responders are suffering from traumatic stress after responding to the coronavirus pandemic, which is leading to burnout and even suicide. Learn about the resulting physical, emotional, behavioral, and spiritual effects and what support is needed to address mental health issues during this crisis.