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What Officers Should Seek in Mental Health Clinicians

August 1, 2017
Police often respond to traumatic incidents and there may come a time when officers need help themselves. If that time comes, it's crucial to find a mental health clinician with the expertise to provide specialized care. Here's what officers should look for when selecting a clinician.

Assessing Your Education Options

July 7, 2017

Students need to seek out educational opportunities that hit a variety of learning styles—all programs (whether in a classroom or online) are not created equal.

Identifying Islamic Extremism: 10 Questions to Ask Suspects

June 1, 2017
Police are expected to help fight terrorism, but what should they be looking for? A 20-year FBI counterterrorism agent—who has interviewed over 500 Jihadists—highlights 10 warning signs that can help officers assess a person's level of radicalization. If officers suspect radicalization, here are 10 questions they can ask.

Virtual Reality Opens Up New Training Opportunities for Officers

May 1, 2017

Virtual reality is gaining traction in the entertainment industry, but can the technology be used to improve officer training? Digital Immersion Reality Training - or DIRT - is proving it can with innovative programs that put officers through realistic training scenarios. Learn more about the upcoming launch of DIRT's immersive training and how it could change the future of officer training.

FBI Offers Counterterrorism Training for Officers

April 1, 2017
Police officers are expected to play a role in the fight against terrorism, but are they being given the right training and tools? Find out about INLETS, the FBI's unique training program where officers can learn from the firsthand experiences of those who have responded to terrorist attacks.

American Military University Offers Free Webinar on Drone/UAV Threats

March 2, 2017
AMU says drones have become a significant threat to secure facilities, including prisons, government buildings, power plants, and even public safety officials. The webinar will examine the overall threat of UAVs and discuss recent cases where drones have threatened secure locations and public safety officials .

How Can Officers Address Drone Threats?

March 1, 2017

What can police officers do if a drone is determined to be a threat? Threats from these devices are not limited to complaints of low-flying drones, but include danger to commercial airliners, government buildings and correctional facilities, to name a few. There are approximately 100 close calls or sightings every month between commercial airliners and drones.

Online Education

October 25, 2016
American Military University (AMU) is a leading provider of quality online education, offering more than 190 undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs for law enforcement professionals.

Plan to Advance Your Career

January 30, 2014

When it comes to career planning, first things first: Figure out your desired career path.

Online Education

February 12, 2013
American Military University (AMU) is a leading provider of quality online education. AMU offers more than 170 undergraduate and graduate degree and certificate programs for Law Enforcement Professionals who are looking to take the next step in their careers.

LAPD Names American Military University a Preferred School

July 14, 2010
The LAPD designation follows a similar agreement between AMU and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) last year, which made AMU a member of LASD University—a consortium of colleges and universities whose mission is to provide LASD employees with a variety of accessible learning programs.
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