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 Mark Buck
Every police officer has a responsibility to act ethically, but law enforcement agencies also have a responsibility to teach and enforce a clear code of ethics. To create a comprehensive ethics policy, agencies must include these key components.
By Dr. Chuck Russo
Online education has come a long way in 20 years. Read a firsthand account about what it was like to design some of the first online education courses and training programs for law enforcement officers and what the future holds for online education.
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. Jarrod Sadulski and Efren Munoz
For decades, bombs, homicides, kidnappings, and terrorist attacks became a normal way of life in Colombia. Learn about the nation's efforts to foster long-lasting peace between the government and revolutionary groups in order to end the violence.
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Learn more about the work by Colombian National Police to combat drug and human trafficking and efforts by leaders to build international partnerships.