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 Dr. Jarrod Sadulski
While local and federal law enforcement resources are responding to nationwide demonstrations, it is critical to recognize the continued threat of active shooters and domestic terrorism.
By Dr. Michael Pittaro
During an international webinar, correctional professionals discuss the use of alternative prison models in countries like Denmark and Sweden. Learn about the benefits these countries have experienced with reduced recidivism rates and rehabilitated inmates.
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.