By Anthony Mangeri
In today's emergency service professions, training and knowledge are required to respond to every type of modern emergency. Learn more about why education is the key to being better prepared in the field.
An increasing number of criminals are conducting their activity online, and law enforcement officers need the skills to keep up. Watch this short video about how American Military University restructured its B.S. in Criminal Justice to focus on digital forensics.
By Charles M. Russo
Intelligence analysts need stellar critical thinking, writing, and research skills to succeed when they enter the field. Find out how students can make the most of their time in college to prepare for their future professional careers.
By Jinnie Chua
Concerned with deepening divisions between police and the public, two former partners decided to direct their skills to book writing. Find out how the cops-turned-authors hope their book will both educate and entertain readers while shedding light on the everyday lives of police officers.
By Allison G. S. Knox
It's important for emergency managers to engage the public in emergency management preparations. Is kinesthetic learning, which utilizes a hands-on approach, the way forward?
By Dr. Chuck Russo and Kevin Duffy
Does a police officer need a post-secondary education or is it sufficient to have in-service training focused on critical topics? Find out more about the proven advantages a college education gives to officers and how they can access a quality education from anywhere.