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4 days ago
Empowered People Empower 911
Nobody knows what it's like to do your incredible, life-saving work but you.  Yes, that makes you s […]
4 days ago
Community Engagement: The Lifesaving Philosophy
The term “community engagement” gets thrown around a lot, as if it is something that an officer […]
Today
‘Someday’ Never Comes: Breaking Generational Cycles of Familial Abuse
This presentation utilizes the presenter’s personal experiences as a childhood victim of domestic […]
Today
Avoiding Offender Manipulation: Inmate Subculture
This is part one of a two-part webinar series that addresses a major problem in corrections, specifi […]
9 days ago
Ask Me Anything: about Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Criminal Justice System
Dr. Wes Dotson has done numerous Justice Clearinghouse webinars on people with Autism Spectrum Disor […]
9 days ago
The Top 10 Techniques for Dealing with Conflict
One of the things that most people tend to avoid and have problem dealing with is conflict. The reas […]
10 days ago
Partner Webinar: De-escalation Techniques: How Law Enforcement is Utilizing Technology in Their Tactical Response
In recent years, sharp criticism and scrutiny have occurred on high-profile use-of-force cases by th […]
11 days ago
Financial Fitness: Live Today and Prepare for Tomorrow
When talking about officer wellness, the resources provided are mainly about mental health and physi […]
11 days ago
I’m Promoted, Now What? Things to Consider from Day 1 to 365
When looking to promote, the role doesn’t always come with a manual. The job description may provi […]
16 days ago
The Changing Face of Probation: How to Shift into a Trauma-Informed Agency
The ultimate goal for corrections and probation is to create lasting and meaningful behavior changes […]
16 days ago
Courtroom Animal Advocate Programs: Approaching Animals as Quasi-Party Crime Victims
The core mission of animal law is to get the legal system to recognize the experience and interests […]
18 days ago
Testing Focused Deterrence Strategies to Reduce Habitual Interpersonal Violence Recidivism
The evidence-based approach to policing utilizes the scientific method to confirm or disprove how sp […]
18 days ago
Frenemies: A PIO Panel Discussion about Rights and Limitations to Record, Report and Official Duties
In a world of 24-hour news cycles and the public demanding information at the soonest possible time, […]
23 days ago
Intervening with Trauma and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (IDD) in Families
Youth that becomes entangled in the justice system tend to come from two specific groups – those t […]
23 days ago
Women in Leadership – A Discussion about Opportunities, Hurdles, and Benefits
Being a woman in a male-dominated industry presents obstacles that can either prevent you from going […]
25 days ago
Are You Missing Critical Data That Could Help Your Investigations?
Investigators are truly some of the most vital assets of the law enforcement profession. Their atten […]
25 days ago
Online Reputation Management for Animal Shelters
71% of people check their smartphones within 10 minutes of waking up. Whether it is just to check th […]
30 days ago
Tactical Nutrition Guardrails: Bite-Size Action Steps to Increase On-Shift Energy and Decrease Body Fat
Wellness has been at the forefront of first responders and other helping professions over the past f […]
30 days ago
Building Performance: Understanding the EAC Factors for Justice Professionals
How three basic words can transform your overall performance and empower individuals to reach their […]
1 month ago
Buddy to Boss: Going From Supervisor to Superhero
Promotions are rarely a walk in the park. The path to it may be full of obstacles in form of screene […]
1 month ago
Don’t Get Hacked! How to Build a Security Awareness Program for Your Agency
82% of cybersecurity breaches have a human element to it. Regardless of the firewall and cybersecuri […]
1 month ago
Assessment Center and Oral Panel Interview Preparation
It is expected of any person to want to improve one’s self and progress in life. In the profession […]
1 month ago
Saying I ‘WIL’: Making the Commitment to Grow Women In Leadership in Corrections
Currently, the average number of women in law enforcement is 12%, and those in leadership are even l […]
1 month ago
Attention Prosecutors: Here’s Why and How to Elevate your Office’s Trust and Legitimacy Practices
There is an ongoing crisis impacting the whole justice system. Internally, the demands, stress, and […]
1 month ago
Managing High-Risk Adolescents: A Case Study of the Averted Paw Paw High School Shooting and the Southaven Pier Shooting
There are ongoing processes and changes in the adolescent brain that affects their decision-making a […]
1 month ago
Creating Positive Change: An Approach to Leadership in Tumultuous Times
Making changes isn’t the easiest thing to do as an individual, moreso for organizations. But when […]
1 month ago
Partner Webinar: Using Data in Violence Prevention: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know
By tracking the exact location of gun violence, we gain valuable data that can be used for deliverin […]
1 month ago
Advocacy for Firearm Awareness and Risk: Improving the Victim Advocate Response: Having the Conversation (Part 2)
This is the second installment of the Advocacy for Firearm Awareness and Risk (AFAR) webinar series. […]
1 month ago
He said/She Said: When Can Hearsay Come into Court?
Rules of evidence and hearsay tend to be confusing and intimidating that people outside of the legal […]
1 month ago
Responding to Calls and Concerns about Bats
Bats are one of the few animal species that have quite a bad reputation based on how they are portra […]
1 month ago
Combatting Misinformation: What Criminal Justice Agencies Need to Know
We all saw over the last 20 years how access to information through the internet quickly morphed int […]
1 month ago
Trusting Your Own Personal GPS to Solve Problems
Almost everyone has found themselves amidst a decision questioning our judgment and not quite knowin […]
1 month ago
Lost Cats and Found Hounds: Community-based Solutions to Boost Your Return-to-Owner Metrics
There seems to be a never-ending influx of pets that want some space in your shelter, but the space […]
1 month ago
The Impact of Leadership on Organizational Culture and Morale
Given the issues and changes that the policing profession is facing, leaders are now looking for way […]
1 month ago
High Risk Terminations: Policies, Procedures and Planning
Workplace violence is one of the most horrific incidents in society today. Who commits such acts? Ag […]
1 month ago
When Things Get Tough: Lessons for Courtroom Testimony
This is the second installment of Deborah Johnson’s webinar series on courtroom testimonies for ex […]
2 months ago
Advanced Strategies for Dealing with Challenging Staff Members
This is the third installment of Dr. Ed Sherman’s webinar series. The first part tackled the Leade […]
2 months ago
A PIO Reflection Panel: Experiences, Tips and Lessons Learned
In a fast-paced and highly critical world where information and misinformation spread in a matter of […]
2 months ago
Micro-Habits: Navigating the Intersection of Work and Life
We all want to be better off in life – be it physically, emotionally, or professionally. But any i […]
2 months ago
Maslow in the Workplace: Creating Employees Who Contribute and Are Engaged
Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs has been used for decades to understand human requirements and motivat […]
2 months ago
Advanced Return to Owner in the Field: Beyond the Scanner
Animal control officers are playing a much larger role today in the reduction of shelter intake by c […]
2 months ago
Partner Webinar: Using RapidDNA during Criminal Investigations
From crime scenes and mass casualties to military field forward ops, Rapid DNA is revolutionizing th […]
2 months ago
Tactical Resilience: Physical Practices for Peak Field Performance (Part 2)
Helping professions are very demanding. Those employed in these fields must be fit in every sense of […]
2 months ago
Actively Caring for People: Seven Principles for Criminal Justice Organizations
With the barrage of issues hounding law enforcement and related justice professions, different appro […]
2 months ago
Women in Leadership
Men and women are different – but it doesn’t make one better than the other. Each one has streng […]
2 months ago
Advocacy for Firearm Awareness and Risk (AFAR): Improving Victim Advocate Response: Rationale and Understanding laws (Part 1)
Victim advocates go through different types of training to be able to provide the most victim-centri […]
2 months ago
Addressing Organized Retail Crime with Specialized Police Technology
 Organized Retail Crime (ORC) not only impacts the businesses whose merchandise are stolen, but it […]
2 months ago
Positive Impact: Connecting and Communicating with Justice Involved Youth
The deeper why to the criminal justice system profession is to maintain peace and public safety, to […]
2 months ago
Online Course: NACA ACO I Certification
The National Animal Care and Control Association (NACA) is the leading professional association comm […]
2 months ago
Be Prepared: Animal Disaster Basics
Disasters are inevitable, and with around 2/3 of US households with at least one pet or animal, it o […]
2 months ago
Invisible Epidemic: Addressing Traumatic Brain Injury, Strangulation and Domestic Violence (Part 2)
This is the second installment of the Justice Clearinghouse webinar series on the Invisible Epidemic […]
3 months ago
Conducting Forensic Interviews with Children: What Justice Professionals Need to Know
This is the second part of the webinar series on Forensic Interviews with Children. The first instal […]
3 months ago
Just Authority: Can a Single Strategy Improve Well-being and Cooperation for Corrections Officers and Incarcerated Individuals
According to corrections staff, the stress they experience is brought about by organizational matter […]
3 months ago
Lessons Learned from the Post-George Floyd and Capitol Protests
2020 is one for the books for law enforcement. In between the pandemic and civil unrest, the other e […]
3 months ago
Preparing for Trial: Lessons for Courtroom Testimony
It’s not what you know but how well you’re able to communicate it. This is especially true in de […]
3 months ago
Graphic Design for Public Engagement
In today’s world where information is expected to be delivered to the public in real-time – almo […]
3 months ago
Career Survival within the Administrative Ranks of Policing (Part 2)
This is the second part of the webinar series on Career Survival with the Administrative Ranks in Po […]
3 months ago
Open Source and Social Media Intelligence Strategies for Criminal Justice Professionals (Part 3)
This is the third part of the Justice Clearinghouse webinar series on Open Source Intelligence (OSIN […]
3 months ago
Look for the Open Gate: Providing ‘In the Moment’ Animal Education for Your Community
The majority of American households have pets, and pets are seen as an integral part of the human fa […]
3 months ago
Social Listening for Social Content for Animal Shelters
Animal welfare organizations and the communities they serve have a symbiotic relationship. The commu […]
3 months ago
Pain Comes from Resistance to Change: The Ways to Embrace Change
Change isn’t always easy especially when it isn’t something that we internally decide upon and i […]
3 months ago
Referee or Coach: How a Coaching Identity May Just Save Probation
There are more than 4 million individuals on probation or parole, but the percentage of successful e […]
3 months ago
Career Survival within the Administrative Ranks of Policing (Part 1)
Amidst all the controversies and public scrutiny, a job in the law enforcement profession isn’t as […]
3 months ago
Hot and Harm Spots in Barrie: Using the Canadian Crime Severity Index for Effective Deployment
Crimes are not equal. An incident of petty shoplifting does not hold the same weight as an armed rob […]
3 months ago
Resolving Roosting Bird Conflicts
Birds tend to be a welcome addition to human spaces – that is until instead of relaxing songs they […]
3 months ago
Veteran-Centered Crisis Stabilization and Scene Management Strategies
Around two out five of veterans are suffering from some form of mental health issue. Unfortunately, […]
3 months ago
The Fourth 9-1-1 Option: Mental Health Services
Law enforcement has been unofficially managing community mental health issues despite not being the […]
3 months ago
Preparing for a Forensic Interview of a Child: What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Know
Witness and victim interviews are critical in investigations. Challenges however arise when the vict […]
3 months ago
Police Accountability: Increasing Supervisor Expectations in Identifying and Responding to Slippery Slope Behaviors
In a time where law enforcement actions and decisions are scrutinized in great detail by the public, […]
4 months ago
Leading at Any Level
True leadership does not rely on titles. It is often observed in day-to-day situations where people […]
4 months ago
Balancing Operational Challenges of Law Enforcement with First Amendment Rights
A picture is worth a thousand words – but a video of a police officer can garner a million views a […]
4 months ago
Generating Momentum: How to Create Change in Any Part of Your Life — and Protect It at All Costs!
Looking to make a change but finding yourself not just quite going all in or unable to sustain it? W […]
4 months ago
Invisible Epidemic: The Intersection of Traumatic Brain Injury, Strangulation and Domestic Violence (Part 1)
For every athlete that gets a concussion, 5,500 survivors of domestic violence sustain a brain injur […]
4 months ago
Tactical Resilience: Mental Preparedness for Peak Field Performance (Part 1)
An average human being is bound to go through about two traumatic events in a lifetime. But for thos […]
4 months ago
The Complexities of Domestic Violence and Animal Abuse
More and more agencies across the US are understanding the concept of the Link – where animal crue […]
4 months ago
Case Studies in Integrating Social Skills Instruction into Criminal Justice Interactions
People entangled in the criminal justice system commonly struggle with social skills. With this in m […]
4 months ago
Owning Your Life’s Journey: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
If you lost one parent after another just after graduating from highschool, how do you think your li […]
4 months ago
Building Regional Communication Partnerships
Public service agencies are recognizing the importance of a multi-disciplinary and inter-agency appr […]
4 months ago
Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Criminal Justice Professionals
Leaders in the criminal justice field need to be emotionally intelligent, now more than ever. Being […]
4 months ago
Search and Seizure Law and Terry Stops
Every American must know their rights, more importantly, law enforcement must be informed and up to […]
4 months ago
Rescuing the ‘Rescuer’: The Challenging World of Rescue Hoarders
Animal control and welfare agencies are challenged when it comes to resources. These challenges are […]
5 months ago
When Your Investigation Becomes an International Crisis: The PIO’s Role During Major Events
Critical incidents, particularly officer use of force and officer-involved shootings, create challen […]
5 months ago
Creating a Continuum Ecosystem of Crisis Response: It’s Not ‘Either-Or
Law enforcement by default is tasked with the responsibility of dealing with mental health emergenci […]
5 months ago
Open Source Intelligence: Performing OSINT Research and Developing Findings (part 2)
When crimes are committed and criminals are moving in the online space, it only makes sense for law […]
5 months ago
Leading from All Levels
There is more to leadership than just the title and prestige of the people. In its truest essence, l […]
5 months ago
Applying the Core Value Index Mapping for Criminal Justice Agencies
Various approaches have been employed by different law enforcement agencies to rectify the damage of […]
5 months ago
Changing Police Encounters through Procedural Justice Training: A Multi-City Randomized Trial at Crime Hot Spots
There are beliefs that police reform initiatives are antagonistic to crime reduction, a push and pul […]
5 months ago
Beyond Self-Care: The CE-CERT model for Secondary Trauma and Burnout
Anyone who has experienced vicarious trauma (VT) or secondary trauma (ST) and burnout, or is helping […]
5 months ago
De-Escalation: Strategies, Impacts, and Implications for Criminal Justice
There are lots of attention on de-escalation training for police over the last several years. Like a […]
5 months ago
Creating a Culture of Wellness – Increase Retention, Morale, and Employee Health by Infusing Wellness into Your Agency
The need to support law enforcement officers’ holistic wellness given the stressful, if not downri […]
5 months ago
Extreme Weather Events: What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Know
Criminal justice professionals are subjected to public scrutiny these days. Despite being overburden […]
5 months ago
Motivational Conversation: Creating Questions to Move People along an Intended Path while Building Relationships
For criminal justice agencies, challenges are more of the status quo than the extra-ordinary circums […]
5 months ago
Tomorrow We Ride! Investigating and Processing Equine Cruelty Cases
Law enforcement agencies don’t always have familiarity with animal cruelty laws, and in the instan […]
6 months ago
Adaptive Leadership: Creating “Sticky” Organizational Culture
Leaders shape the outcomes of the agencies they direct and the job satisfaction of the people they m […]
6 months ago
Resilience Tools and Ideas for People Who Have Stories: A Resilience Discussion Panel
Stress and trauma look different for everyone. Managing and preventing stress and trauma through sel […]
6 months ago
Word Cues as Truth Clues: Inductive Interviewing for Investigators
Various innovations assist law enforcement in the investigative process today. However, there will a […]
6 months ago
Partner Webinar: Working at the Speed of Crime: Evidence Screening in Support of NIBIN
Any effective Crime Gun Intelligence Program relies on the expeditious processing of firearms-relate […]
6 months ago
Reimagining Police Response: Finding Creative Solutions to Address Community Needs
Technology has been an MVP in everyone’s life for the last decade at least. It is no different wit […]
6 months ago
Mental Models: A Method for Attacking any Policing Problem
Numerous programs are being implemented in law enforcement in attempt to combat existing problems th […]
6 months ago
Crime and Punishment: Exploring Restorative Justice and Peacemaking
Apart from the fact that corrections facilities are over capacity, it is also acknowledged that exis […]
6 months ago
Managing Trauma Triggers
People tend to use the term trigger loosely to describe anything that causes them any form of advers […]
6 months ago
Joint Responses to Major Incidents: How Law Enforcement and Other Partners Can Truly Work Together
Given the sheer number and extent of events and incidents that have been transpiring one after anoth […]
6 months ago
Authority without Arrest: Resolving Conflict and Gaining Compliance in Campus Policing
Campus police and security services are expected to protect college and university communities. A lo […]
6 months ago
Proactive Responses to the Community’s Concerns: Successes in the Field for Today’s ACO’s
Animal care and control agencies across the US experience similar issues in terms of shortage of res […]
6 months ago
Enhancing Teamwork and Strengthening Organizational Culture Using Myers Briggs Personality Understanding
Personality assessments are a great way to better understand oneself in the people around us. The My […]
6 months ago
Determining Dealer vs. User in Drug Investigations
Those working in law enforcement deal with all the facets of the drug trade. To be able to be fully […]
6 months ago
The Forgotten Partner in Responding to Animal Abuse: The Veterinarian
Professionals working in the human medical field are legally mandated to report suspected incidents […]
6 months ago
Active Bystandership: Applications for Criminal Justice Agencies
Issues are inundating the law enforcement profession as it relates to how officers interact who are […]
6 months ago
Understanding Marijuana Legalization: Changing Law Enforcement Thoughts
There are lots of nuances involved in the legalization of marijuana. Changes are taking place and it […]
6 months ago
Effectiveness Evaluation of Implicit Bias Training: Research Study Results
Implicit bias training has been integrated into the criminal justice system over at least 6 years in […]
7 months ago
Ransomware Ecosystems and Trends
When we think of law enforcement, the things we often attribute with it are tactical skills, public […]
7 months ago
Changing Agency Culture and Climate with Spiritual Wellness
More and more workplaces including the criminal justice field are paying attention to employee welln […]
7 months ago
Social Media Intelligence: What Is It and How It Can Enhance Intelligence and Research Capabilities (part 1)
Most people now have an online alter ego, aptly called as our “digital selves”. Just having an e […]
7 months ago
Human Performance Optimization: Caring for your Team
Law enforcement is experiencing obstacles at both ends of the employee life cycle - the profession i […]
7 months ago
Building Your Team
Attracting and hiring the right candidates is an uphill battle in today’s job market, especially i […]
7 months ago
Suicide Explained: What Leads Someone to that Moment
What drives people to end their lives? Amy Morgan leads the discussion on the factors that lead to s […]
7 months ago
How Women Rise: Breaking and Creating New Habits for Success (Part 2)
This is the second installment of Jonni Redick’s two-part webinar series How Women Rise. The first […]
7 months ago
Handling “Nuisance” Wildlife Calls
Conflicts between humans and wildlife seem to be inevitable. These are often because of a lack of aw […]
7 months ago
What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Understand about Autism Spectrum Disorder
People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are more likely than the general population to have an in […]
7 months ago
Lateral-Hire Onboarding: Field Training the Experienced Officer
Law enforcement is struggling with staffing issues. First, the profession is no longer seen as an ap […]
7 months ago
Blueprint for Resilience – How to Reverse Engineer Burnout & Compassion Fatigue
People often compartmentalize the symptoms that they are experiencing into physical, mental, or emot […]
7 months ago
Social Media and Disaster Related Events for Animal Shelters
Coordinating efforts amidst disasters and critical events means unexpected turns of events and other […]
7 months ago
MERCI: How the Maslow-Enhanced Re-entry Capital Index Benefits Re-entry Success
Once an individual becomes involved with the criminal justice system, it becomes the responsibility […]
7 months ago
Alternative Discipline: How to Keep Your Employees Viable after They Have Gone through the Discipline Process
Implementing disciplinary measures in the workplace are performance and accountability mechanisms to […]
7 months ago
How Women Rise: Breaking and Creating New Habits for Success (Part 1)
In this day and age where equality between genders is highly upheld in society, there is still an ap […]
7 months ago
Improving Police Information Sharing on a Global Scale
With the war in Europe, COVID resurging, global crime, and cyber threats, among others, the pressure […]
7 months ago
Direct Supervision Jails: An Often Misunderstood Profession with a Unique Breed of Law Enforcement
Corrections is often seen as the tail end of the criminal justice process. In reality, correctional […]
7 months ago
Addressing Problematic Sexual Behaviors (PSBs) in Children and Adolescents
Children and adolescents may exhibit problematic sexual behaviors. When such manifests, it is import […]
7 months ago
Offender Profiling and Serial Sexual Offences: The Latest Science
Offender Profiling is a process that aims to narrow down the suspect pool and prioritize the most li […]
7 months ago
Protecting Interpersonal Work Relationships: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
Bullies don't just exist in school halls and schoolyards. Just when we think we’re done and over w […]
8 months ago
Responding to Animal Crimes Through a Restorative Justice Approach
Restorative justice can be traced back to traditions and justice systems of indigenous and pre-indus […]
8 months ago
Trauma Mitigation for Police and the Policed
Numerous studies have corroborated the fact that those working in the criminal justice system, publi […]
8 months ago
Ask Me Anything: About Dealing with Challenging Staff Members
This session is a supplement to the Dealing With Challenging Staff Members webinar. This time around […]
8 months ago
Situational Awareness: Closing the Gap between Stimulus and Response
When faced with a violent encounter, situational awareness could mean the difference between life an […]
8 months ago
Recruiting and Retaining Women: Strength through Diversity
Women have a lot to bring to the table. Unfortunately, a lot of women are not given the opportunity […]
8 months ago
Performance Driven Thinking for First Responders (Part 2)
This is the second installment of the Performance Driven Thinking webinar series. The first part def […]
8 months ago
Officer Safety and Wellness in Rapidly Changing Times: What does it look like for officers, their families and agencies?
Events that transpired in the last few years made it evident more than ever the challenges the publi […]
8 months ago
An Introduction to Domestic Violence
Domestic violence is complex. There are various dynamics and factors that must be understood to be a […]
8 months ago
Partner Webinar: Unfinished Firearm Receivers and Privately Made Firearms
This webinar will assist Law Enforcement in identifying, evidentiary procedures, law classifications […]
8 months ago
The Importance of Providing Support to DV Victims in the Probation Setting
Domestic violence cases are some of the most convoluted ones out there because of the victim’s ong […]
8 months ago
A Practitioner’s Guide to the Identification and Analysis of Criminative Evidence
A job in the legal profession it's no doubt one of the most revered and more challenging career path […]
8 months ago
Pre-Flight Checklist to a UAS Program: It Is Not about the Drones
The benefits of technology for the law enforcement profession have been undeniable In their mission […]
8 months ago
Managing Difficult Volunteers: How and When to Let Volunteers Go
Animal welfare agencies, as well as other branches of the criminal justice profession, can all attes […]
8 months ago
Investigations Made Easier with Nlets
Nlets is a truly beneficial resource that may be utilized by law enforcement professionals to aid in […]
8 months ago
Leading through Organizational Transformation: Change Management Strategies
Change isn't easy – be it at the individual level and even more for organizations that have multip […]
8 months ago
Performance Driven Thinking for First Responders (Part 1)
Have you ever wanted to achieve something but are not quite sure how to get from point A to point B? […]
9 months ago
Pets and Evictions: Keeping Families Intact in a Crisis
Thirty to forty million renters across the country are at risk of being evicted from their homes due […]
9 months ago
Social Media Threat Assessments
As people’s lives get more and more intertwined with the digital world, actors with criminal inten […]
9 months ago
Partner Webinar: Crime Victim Reporting: Meeting Goals, Mission and Mandates for Advocates and Law Enforcement
Supporting victims of crime is a mission-critical aspect of many entities within the criminal justic […]
9 months ago
How to Improve Your Sleep Hygiene and Reduce Your Fatigue
 Watch the Webinar Trailer     From employee assistance programs, office gyms […]
9 months ago
Intergenerational Trauma
People who find themselves entangled in the system are dealing with some form of trauma. This does n […]
9 months ago
Linking Serial Sexual Offenses: The Latest Science
Police work is more than just patrolling the streets and catching people committing offenses. They a […]
9 months ago
Partner Webinar: What Does Law Enforcement Need to Know about Precision Policing 2.0?
The law enforcement field has gone through massive changes over the last half a century. Various pro […]
9 months ago
Dealing with Challenging Staff Members
Anyone who has been put in charge of a group of people is well aware that there will always be someo […]
9 months ago
Coach or Critic? Implement Strategies to Overcome Negativity Bias and Limiting Beliefs
Ever felt like you want to achieve something only to feel limited by your own thoughts and beliefs? […]
9 months ago
988 and the Future of Crisis Response: What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Know (Part 2)
Communities across the nation are participating in an unprecedented effort to transform mental healt […]
9 months ago
Survivor-Centered Support in Probation: Improving Community Safety
Victims feel violated, powerless, scared, and hopeless after an incident. Unfortunately, they are al […]
9 months ago
Administrative Hearings: What Animal Control and Other Justice Professionals Need to Know
Administrative actions are found in a variety of places. Animal welfare and control agencies may be […]
9 months ago
Stress Relief and Communications
Stressors are inevitable in the world we're living in today. This is especially true for helping pro […]
9 months ago
Emotional Intelligence and Making Better Decisions
We can all agree that decision making can be made more effective if there is some degree of rational […]
9 months ago
Demystifying Meditation and Mindfulness for Criminal Justice Professionals
For a lot of people, meditation is typically seen as a practice linked to eastern religions and beli […]
9 months ago
A Deeper Dive into Renesting and Reuniting Birds (part 2)
This is the second installment of the webinar series on Reuniting and Renesting Orphaned Wildlife. T […]
9 months ago
Support Your Officers on the Street by Leveraging the Nlets Secure Cloud Platform
Learn about Nova, the Nlets Secure Cloud Platform, and how it can be leveraged by your agency or org […]
9 months ago
The Court’s Eyes and Ears: The Importance of Interagency Collaboration with Probation
Probation's role in the criminal justice system is often confused as merely babysitting offenders ma […]
10 months ago
Decision-Making: Influences, Emotions, and “Facts” that Direct our Decisions
For most, the concept of decision-making involves deliberating various factors religiously to come u […]
10 months ago
Connecting the Dots in Criminal Justice: Preventing Crimes Against People by Focusing on Animal Abuse
There's been a growing awareness on the Link of animal cruelty to forms of family violence thanks to […]
10 months ago
A Trusted Source of Mental Health Resources
When faced with a critical event, an agency will not try to just handle everything on its own. It wi […]
10 months ago
The Success Equation: The formula to help you master any area of your life FAST!
So many things to do, so little time. We all have goals for different aspects of our lives that it j […]
10 months ago
Partners in Investigating Animal Crimes
A collaborative approach is seen to be effective in the law enforcement and justice profession highl […]
10 months ago
The Public Safety Implications of Ghost Guns
Traditional firearms can be traced using unique identifiers utilized by law enforcement in investiga […]
10 months ago
Finding Your True North: Letting Your Purpose Guide Your Career
We may think that we just fall, stumble, and end up where we are right now. But there has to be a ra […]
10 months ago
Intro to Social Media Marketing for Animal Shelters
Social media marketing is important. But this fact was only emphasized further during the pandemic a […]
11 months ago
Working with LGBTQ+ Survivors of Sexual Violence – Part 2
This is the second part of the webinar series on Working with LGBTQ+ Survivors of Sexual Violence. W […]
11 months ago
Practicing Procedural Justice Internally to Foster its Practice Externally
Law enforcement personnel are stressed and leaving their jobs, and very few are interested in joinin […]
11 months ago
Partner Webinar: A Root of Trust for Seamless and Secure Identities, IDs and Credentials
Trusted identities, credentials, and transactions of employees and citizens are more important now t […]
11 months ago
Livin’ on a Prayer: Better Utilizing Places of Worship to Aid Victims of Family Violence
Family violence is a societal issue that requires collaboration between different segments to be ful […]
11 months ago
Community Cats: How to Garner Support For and Run a Successful TNR Program
For the Animal Welfare League of Arlington (AWLA) in Virginia, euthanasia has been proven to be inef […]
11 months ago
“Can’t I Just Go Home?” Interview Techniques, Neurodevelopment, and the Twin Specters of False Allegation and False Confession
This course is the third part of a webinar series on issues related to violence perpetrated by child […]
11 months ago
The Investigation and Prosecution of Criminal Vehicular Homicide Cases: The Prosecution Rests (Part 3)
This is the third installment of a three-part webinar series on the Investigation and Prosecution of […]
11 months ago
Partner Webinar: Forensic-Led Policing
More and more agencies are implementing evidence-based, data-driven, and forensic-led policing appro […]
11 months ago
Crisis Intervention Models in Small and Rural Jurisdictions
Police officers and sheriff’s deputies help people in crisis. The crisis though, can be a lot of t […]
11 months ago
Problem Oriented Response For Animal Welfare Agencies
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Strengthening First Responder Resilience and Wellness During Social Unrest and Stressful Times
First responders are the people whom the community depend on to do the dirty work – the ones we kn […]
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Countering Disinformation Campaigns for Law Enforcement Command Staff, Practitioners, and Public Information Officers
This is the final installment of Justice Clearinghouse’s Disinformation Webinar Series. The first […]
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Motivational Conversation for Supervisors: Easy to learn skills needed to move your team in the right direction
Managers aim to move their people towards an organizational goal. But by merely telling someone just […]
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Elevating Community Engagement and Relationships to Reduce Gun Violence
Amidst the socio-political atmosphere, the entity that swore to serve and protect the public is expe […]
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Policing in the Post-Floyd Era: Use of Force and Community Engagement
We’ve heard it time and again, from sage life advice to pop culture… With great power comes grea […]