Since September 11, 2001, education for law enforcement personnel has taken on a much more important role. Today, continuing one’s education is a requirement to survive, be promoted and, more and more, a prerequisite to becoming a law enforcement officer.
OK, you’ve been in law enforcement for several years and you’re thinking about increasing your promotion potential. There are a host of things that will help, including academic preparation, training, experience, physical agility, practical intelligence and emotional maturity.
One of the more memorable cases I have worked involved a 13-year-old girl who lived in the northern part of our county. Both parents worked thus leaving the child home …Continued
By Dr. Joseph V. Saitta One increasingly common avenue of continuing education is the completion of education and training online. Here are some practical tips to help you to excel: …Continued
By Dr. Donald R. Munday “Transferability” is a term that has been used for years in the law enforcement community. What does this mean? In many law enforcement agencies across …Continued
The George Washington University is home to one of the oldest and most prestigious forensic science programs in the country. Located in the heart of the nation’s capital, students are …Continued
By Leischen Stelter, American Military University Smartphones, laptops, GPS devices, tablets: Chances are you have one of these on you right now. Thanks to the plethora of electronic devices, nearly …Continued
By Leischen Stelter, American Military University First, the good news: Police suicides dropped significantly in 2012. The bad news: Police suicides continue at a rate much higher than the number …Continued