By Dr. Michael Pittaro
Nikolas Cruz is the latest culprit in a string of deadly school shootings, so what do these adolescent shooters have in common? Learn how a lack of belonging, guidance and resilience contribute to an individual's likelihood to disregard society's norms and laws.
By Scot DuFour
In 1982, an innocent man was convicted of murder because two lawyers decided not to reveal the identity of the real killer. Learn more about the shocking case and why the lawyers maintained that they were simply adhering to a specific code of ethics.
By Dr. Vincent Giordano, program director, criminal justice at American Public University
Recently Sunil Dutta, a professor of homeland security at Colorado Tech University who spent 17 years as an officer with the Los Angeles Police Department, published an opinion piece in The Washington Post titled: I’m a cop.