By Dr. Darrell Dantzler
A reopening strategy based solely on mandatory temperature checks fosters a false sense of security. Learn why it's so important for schools and businesses to enforce multiple layers of protective measures such as testing, face masks, and handwashing in order to reopen during the coronavirus pandemic.
By Buster Nicholson
Municipal leaders can't shy away from conflict. Learn why it's important to know your personality type so you can effectively lead through conflict.
By Tamara Herdener
The first step in adopting restorative justice practices is to build a strong community. The restorative process begins after a crime occurs by bringing the victims and the perpetrators together. Would America accept communities ruled by these principles?
By Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
Contact tracing is designed to notify citizens of their potential exposure to the coronavirus and monitor the contacts of infected people. However, the Better Business Bureau reports that scammers and identity thieves have exploited legitimate contact tracing.
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 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.