By Dr. Michael Pittaro
In any profession, there are skills and characteristics that set leaders apart from the rest. Integrate these 10 practices into your daily routine to excel in a leadership role, both in the criminal justice field and beyond.
By Allison G. S. Knox
Like any team, EMS responders will occasionally run into conflicts with one another. To provide the best service to patients, it's critical that team members overcome any problems as quickly as possible. Follow these simple tips to build a stronger team.
By Leischen Stelter
When Vincent Van Ness started his police career 26 years ago, there was almost no mention of the high levels of prolonged stress he would experience. Here's how agencies and universities are helping prepare officers to face long-term stress.
Interested in a career in forensics? AMU professor and forensic scientist Kelli Callahan gives advice about what to expect from a career in forensics and the importance of having a passion for the scientific process.
By Joshua L. Adams
Today’s competitive job market is filled with employers seeking applicants who have a combination of higher education, work experience, and relevant professional certifications. The field of criminal justice is no different. Here are certification options police officers should consider to advance their career and make them more marketable.
By Erik Kleinsmith
What makes intelligence a daunting career choice is that the paths are ill-defined and often downright confusing. Unlike careers in law enforcement where you attend a training academy, there is no ROTC-like program to bring intelligence professionals into the workforce. Most people working in intelligence did not start their career in the field. So where do you start?