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A Crash Course in Collaboration: How Technology can Fuel Better Engagement Between City and Campus Police Departments  

September 18, 2018

Sponsored by CentralSquare Technologies

The National Center for Education Statistics forecasted an enrollment of 19.9 million adults across U.S. colleges and universities. How can campus security stay ahead? 

Law Enforcement Consortiums: The New Face of Records Management  

August 15, 2018

Sponsored by Superion

By Andi Mucklow

How can agencies survive budget costs and diminishing resources while still keeping their communities safe? Consortiums are quickly becoming the answer.

The Value of Continuing Education in Criminal Justice  

August 1, 2018

Sponsored by Columbia Southern University

Today, more employers are requiring certificates for certain positions. For employees, certification offers a competitive edge and heightens career advancement opportunities.

<p>Spending time in a flotation tank can relieve stress by allowing your mind to let go of daily worries and your muscles to relax, without any outside stimuli to distract you. (Photo:&nbsp;George Ryan)</p>

Benefits of Floating  

September 4, 2018

By George Ryan

A few benefits of floating include: reduced stress, improved sleeping patterns, and a balanced well-being.

<p>Dave Smith (Image: Sequoia Blankenship)</p>

Lessons Learned  

September 4, 2018

By Dave Smith

First and foremost, the recordings reveal that force is ugly. It is not the "one punch, hero wins, bad guy goes down," movie action the public has been conditioned to expect. 

<p>Someone planning to abduct you will follow you to gather information that will aid in your capture. (Photo: Anthony and Tracy Sherman from&nbsp;Genesis Group)</p>

Surviving as a Hostage  

September 4, 2018

By Dave Young

As police officers (and especially if you work corrections) in the United States or Canada, you have to ask this question: What would you do if you were taken hostage?

<p>The primary purpose of interview and interrogation is to&nbsp;secure the suspect&#39;s narrative about their alleged role in the offense. (Photo: Getty Images)</p>

Handling Suspects’ Claims of Insanity During Interrogation  

September 4, 2018

By Steven E. Pitt

Using the mnemonic "INSANITY," PNCLIS (pronounced "Pin-clis") incorporates eight essential elements to assist law enforcement with collecting and documenting information about a suspect's thought processes at and around the time of an offense.

<p>Training needs to prepare you for the infrequent but high-danger stresses of patrol, as well as the frequent lower danger activities. (Photo: Getty Images)</p>

The Patrol Athlete  

September 4, 2018

By P. Whitney Richtmyer and Will Brink

If you work patrol, you'll benefit from an exercise regimen focused on functional strength training specific to your daily duties.

<p>Veteran LEOs tend to wear Hawaiian shirts or sometimes bowling shirts. (Photo: Getty Images)</p>

The Old Guy League  

September 4, 2018

By William Harvey

This old guy league is a collection of distinguished and often colorful characters; take time to get to know a few. It is very important for the older generations to pass on the institutional knowledge and share the hard lessons learned for this profession to progress.

<p>Mid-level police officers play a pivotal role in balancing the demands of task-oriented and empowering leadership. (Photo: Getty Images)</p>

How Police Leaders Can Get the Best Work from Their Officers  

September 4, 2018

By Russell Hassan,Jongsoo Park,Jos C.N. Raadschelders

Research suggests that empowerment is an important vehicle for improving service delivery and performance.

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