By Dr. Michael Pittaro
Mandatory minimum sentencing has proved ineffective at curbing crime, especially drug-related crimes. Learn more about why mandatory minimums have been unsuccessful and why a focus on rehabilitation is needed to reform the criminal justice system.
By Lisa Kochevar and Brian Taylor
The United States has a history of taking a relatively lenient approach to Russian aggression. Under Trump's presidency and ongoing scrutiny of his relationship with Russia, this is why it's time for a change in response.
By Dr. Ron Wallace
Many administration changes can be expected with the transition of a new president. With new administrators and directors taking office at local, state and federal agencies, some criminal justice professionals might feel uncertain about the future of their careers. Find out what you can expect and how to handle transitions of power in your organization.