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3 days ago
Identifying Roles and Responsibilities of Victim Services in Law Enforcement Agencies
Law enforcement-based victim services are most effectively incorporated into agencies when clear rol […]
Yesterday
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children: Resources for Tribal Law Enforcement and Native Communities
This webinar will provide a description of the NCMEC resources and services available to tribal law […]
Yesterday
New Case Studies in Criminal Justice Interactions with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
This webinar will briefly describe the characteristics of individuals on the autism spectrum as well […]
3 days ago
Whos Missing – Creating and Repairing Relationships to Improve the Lives of Animals and People in Your Community
Public safety and helping professions are typically struggling with a surplus in workload while oper […]
3 days ago
Building and Maintaining Career Sustaining Narratives in the Face of Burnout
Several years have passed since COVID-19, and rates of burnout across every single helping professio […]
4 days ago
Money Laundering: The Latest Tips for Criminal Justice Professionals
From age-old tactics of bulk cash smuggling to contemporary methods involving technology as seen in […]
10 days ago
Conquering Complacency
Complacency within the realm of public safety is a serious problem because unlike private service pr […]
10 days ago
Hot Spots Policing as Part of a City-Wide Violent Crime Reduction Strategy: Evidence from Four American Cities
Crime is geographically concentrated – this is an established empirical reality when it comes to c […]
12 days ago
Better Futures for And With Animals: The Canine Cellmates Model for Post-Conviction Animal Care Programs
The Canine CellMates initiative is an innovative approach that pairs defendants with dogs that aren […]
12 days ago
The Overtime Trap: Four Steps to Break this Tedious Money Cycle
Overtime is ingrained in the first responder culture – and so does the dependency on the overtime […]
24 days ago
Effective Communication and Active Listening
Mastering effective communication stands as a cornerstone for success in both personal and professio […]
26 days ago
Understanding the Ins and Outs of Stalking Cases
Stalking is a nuanced crime that can affect victims of all backgrounds. With the glamorization of th […]
26 days ago
Out-of-the-Box ideas for Community Engagement
In an era where law enforcement faces heightened scrutiny, fostering trust within the community has […]
1 month ago
In Defense of the Police
This webinar explores contemporary issues in law enforcement and criminal justice from gaps in the p […]
1 month ago
In It for the Long Haul: Combatting Compassion Fatigue and Enhancing Resiliency for Animal Welfare Professionals
The animal welfare and control profession is a rewarding industry. However, it does come with challe […]
1 month ago
Overcoming Burnout: Finding Meaning and Purpose in Your Career and Life Again
Given the demands and pressure of the criminal justice profession, burnout just seems somewhat inevi […]
1 month ago
Building a Culture of Customer Service
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Detention Center (JCDC) in Kansas City successfully altered it […]
1 month ago
Empathy and Inclusion
Unlock the power of empathy in the workplace with its ability to address recruitment, staffing and r […]
1 month ago
Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia for First Responders
With more than 6 million Americans living with Alzheimer’s disease, two-thirds of which still livi […]
1 month ago
Incorporating Victim Services into Agency Response and Practices
Law enforcement-based victim services is one of the innovative initiatives agencies are implementing […]
1 month ago
Reinvention from the Inside Out: A 9-1-1 Success Story
911 Centers typically are set up hierarchically as an ancillary of either the police or fire departm […]
2 months ago
Resisting the Offender Manipulator
This is the second installment of the webinar series on offender manipulation. The first part zeroed […]
2 months ago
The Law Enforcement Knowledge Lab: A Critical Resource for Your Agency
There are areas for improvement in the law enforcement field, no doubt. But how can law enforcement […]
2 months ago
Achieving Excellence in Criminal Justice Agencies
What is excellence? Is it the same as perfectionism? How does one achieve excellence in the criminal […]
2 months ago
Self-Care for First Responders: Essential Strategies to Prevent Burnout and Enhance Performance
To say that having to witness critical, traumatic events in people’s lives that could be a matter […]
2 months ago
Breaking the Bondage of Debt: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
As a veteran and police wife, Courtney knows that these noble professions don’t always come with a […]
2 months ago
Building a Wellness Program from the Ground Up
More value is being placed on wellness across public safety agencies in the US brought about by the […]
2 months ago
Dispatch as Incident Command: Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach
The role of dispatch may be overlooked in the public safety space. They are, after all, enclosed wit […]
2 months ago
Career Conversation: Create a Career Path that Aligns with Your Values
There is a profound connection between personal core values and success. The more our core values ar […]
2 months ago
Why CIT? Unpacking Why Mental Health Crises are a Police Function and Likely Will Be for the Foreseeable Future
Is law enforcement equipped to deal with crisis responses? On one end, some of those from the law en […]
2 months ago
Controlling Your Emotions Keeps YOU out of Jail
Uncontrolled emotions can lead us to less than favorable outcomes. Relationships, careers, and lives […]
2 months ago
What Happened? Exploring Case Studies of Manipulation in Corrections
Kevin Courtright and Gary Cornelius lead this session’s discussion to delve into the risk of manip […]
2 months ago
Here, There, and Everywhere: How Harm Perpetrated in the Home Impacts the Entire Community
The bidirectional relationship between abuse in the home and community violence states that when fam […]
3 months ago
Call to Action: Lifting Each Other Up to Rise Together
People tend to cower from leading because they either feel not empowered to lead or feel helpless to […]
3 months ago
Investigate Out of the Box
An Offline Search (OLS) request is a tool that allows law enforcement to search CPIC information tha […]
3 months ago
The Importance of Pre-Sentence Evaluation in Animal Cruelty Cases
This webinar delves into the intricate intersection of psychology and legal considerations in the re […]
3 months ago
Side Hustles and Second Careers: Reimagining Your Professional Passion after Retirement
Retirement is typically seen as the end of a career. In reality, retirement is the beginning of a sp […]
3 months ago
Growing the Leaders You Need for the Future
Baby Boomers and Gen X left the workforce during the pandemic. As a result, millennials are taking o […]
3 months ago
Executive Communication: Getting Your People to Understand Your Message
How to make communication effective within organizations? How to get buy-in, not just compliance, fr […]
3 months ago
Organizational Stress and Officer Wellness
Organizational stressors are stressful conditions which the organization and/or its leaders have con […]
3 months ago
Surviving a Social Media Hack
Clay County Sheriff's Office Facebook page was hacked in November 2021 and the culprits were traced […]
3 months ago
Ask Me Anything: About Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Justice System
Individuals on the autism spectrum are 4-7 times more likely to have encounters with law enforcement […]
3 months ago
Partner Webinar: Implementation of a Statewide NIBIN Network
The goal of this presentation is to provide an overview of how New York State has built a statewide […]
3 months ago
The Human in Humanity: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
Is working in public safety leaving you stressed? Does serving other people leave you tired and unfu […]
3 months ago
Navigating Negativity: Strategies for Managing Trolls and Online Critics
Social media created an interesting twist to human interactions. Sometimes, for some people, it can […]
4 months ago
Don’t Wait Until Retirement to Live a Good Life
For those who are tired of day-to-day work and the stress, and in the case of law enforcement and pu […]
4 months ago
Inclusive Recruiting: Practical Guidance for Reaching More Women Applicants
Many police agencies strive to recruit more women applicants and members of other minoritized groups […]
4 months ago
Supervisor as Coach: Lead Your Direct Reports to Their Own Solutions for Performance and Motivation Issues
There is transformative power in embracing coaching techniques in leadership. This session explores […]
4 months ago
Traumatic Brain Injury from Intimate Partner Violence in Pregnant Individuals
A Sports Illustrated feature on the rate of recurrence of concussions in sports generated much atten […]
4 months ago
Pocket Pets and Beyond: Investigation and Prosecution of Pet Stores
The legal system faces challenges when it comes to animal cruelty cases due to a lack of familiarity […]
4 months ago
Corrections Staff Wellness: A Team LIFT Approach
When we think about corrections settings, the last thing we associate with it is the idea of wellnes […]
4 months ago
Threats to Law Enforcement from Domestic Violent Extremism
There were over 9000 Far-Right incidents between 1993 and 2021, 300 of which specifically targeted l […]
4 months ago
The National Mobile Property Registry: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know
Smartphone crimes are on the rise. Given the average prices of smartphones and the ability to conver […]
4 months ago
Partner Webinar: Mastering the Implementation of Court Technology in the Criminal Justice Sector
This webinar will explore the challenges and best practices when implementing enterprise court techn […]
4 months ago
Burnout and Resilience: What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Know
Working in the criminal justice system means being regularly exposed to trauma on top of the stress […]
4 months ago
Trauma-Informed Policing: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know
What does it mean to be trauma-informed? This webinar deep-dives into the science behind trauma and […]
4 months ago
Case Closed! A Case Study of CSI Evidentiary Photography
How actors portray investigation, particularly evidentiary photography, tends to be misrepresentatio […]
4 months ago
The PIO Response to a Hostage Situation: A Case Study of the Congregation Beth Israel Synagogue
On January 15, 2022, the Saturday before Martin Luther King Jr. day, a gunman armed with a pistol, t […]
4 months ago
Management by Committee: How to Improve Engagement, Inclusivity, and Retention without Breaking Your Budget
It’s been said that people leave bosses, not companies. With this in mind, leaders then are in the […]
4 months ago
Explaining the Unexplained: Investigating Child Fatalities for Successful Prosecutions
It is law enforcement’s duty to protect the most vulnerable in the community. Victims of unexplain […]
4 months ago
Managing as a Coach: Shifting Your Mindset
Is your current supervision style to subordinates not as effective as you want it to be? Perhaps a s […]
4 months ago
What to Do About Conflicts with Rodents
Almost no animal has been a greater object of vilification by humans and more eradication efforts th […]
4 months ago
Partner Webinar: Criminals Don’t Care About Borders: How to Catch Interstate Criminals
Budget cuts and high crime rates are leaving law enforcement agencies understaffed and overburdened. […]
4 months ago
Law Enforcement and Department of Juvenile Justice: Partners in Successful Investigations
Handling crimes perpetrated by juveniles requires a collaborative approach that balances holding the […]
4 months ago
Understanding the Impact of Virtual Meetings with People on Probation
Technology plays an indispensable role in modern life, revolutionizing various sectors, including th […]
5 months ago
Cultivating Wellness in Your Organization: Trauma Informed Leadership and Other Helpful Ideas
  The first responder career field is one that is more likely to be exposed to trauma compared t […]
5 months ago
The Victim Interview: Adapting the Forensic Interview Model to Sexually Trafficked Minors
The relationship between the victim and the pimp can get convoluted. The pimp may use the threat of […]
5 months ago
The Changing Face of Probation: Supervising Justice Involved Women – The pathway in and out of the system
Understanding the unique needs and challenges faced by women on probation is crucial for effective r […]
5 months ago
The Performance Management Process: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
Performance management is typically seen as that once-a-year event that staff and their direct super […]
5 months ago
ADA Basics for Criminal Justice Professionals: What is the ADA and why does it matter?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination agains […]
5 months ago
A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to a State-wide Peer Support Network for First Responders
Peer support teams offer value by providing a safe space for personnel to share experiences, cope wi […]
5 months ago
Dog Bites and Attacks: Cases and Trends
There are roughly 80 million dogs in US homes as family pets and every 40 seconds someone in the US […]
5 months ago
The Magic Decoder Ring: How Criminal Justice Can Work Better with Therapists and Psychologists in Youth and Family Cases
The Justice System and the Behavioral Health professions do not always see eye-to-eye when it comes […]
5 months ago
Rockin’ the Leadership Role: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
Leadership isn’t always a walk in the park. The people being led may have different work styles, m […]
5 months ago
Investigating Staged Accidents
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) receives 100,000+ questionable insurance claims annually, […]
5 months ago
A Deeper Dive into Organizational Culture: What It Is, How to Identify It, and Change It for the Better
We’ve all heard the expression, “Culture eats policy for breakfast.” The question that is rare […]
5 months ago
Making the Roadmap Visible: Ascending to Leadership Roles in Law Enforcement
Law enforcement officers have felt the frustration of trying to achieve the next level within their […]
5 months ago
Executive Coaching for Women: Improve Leader Performance
Women are underrepresented in leadership roles in public safety and criminal justice professions. Va […]
5 months ago
Getting Back to Center: Realign with Your Mission by Leveraging a Managed Services Provider
Modern organizations contend with a range of challenges well beyond the core purpose to succeed in t […]
6 months ago
Lessons from the Field: How One Community Transformed Its Response to Animal Cruelty through Collaboration
Animal cruelty cases are unusual and highly nuanced – in between unconventional witnesses, victims […]
6 months ago
Ask Me Anything: About Traumatic Brain Injury, Strangulation and Domestic Violence
According to research by domestic violence survivors, 86% of survivors have been hit or hurt in the […]
6 months ago
Management in Community Context: The Critical Next Step in the Threat Assessment Process
Research has revealed insights on averted school attacks, and one of the most notable components is […]
6 months ago
Building Rapport: The Critical Interview Skill That Is Often Overlooked, But Cannot Be Overemphasized
When it comes to interviewing in the law enforcement setting, rapport-building tends to be overlooke […]
6 months ago
Community Briefing Videos: Ensuring Consistent Crisis Communication before, during, and after a Critical Incident
In the realm of crisis communication, navigating the intricacies of critical incidents and effective […]
6 months ago
How to Investigate Human Trafficking Step by Step
When combating human trafficking, it is critical to have a comprehensive understanding of investigat […]
6 months ago
How Effective is Your Feedback? Lessons for Dispatch and Criminal Justice Professionals
 Mastering the art of giving and receiving feedback in the professional realm empowers individuals […]
6 months ago
First Responding Officer Duties in Sex Crimes Investigations
The initial interaction between the responding officers and the survivor holds immense importance in […]
6 months ago
Anger Management: An Essential Part of Helping Keep Good People Good
In branches of the criminal justice field, people are exposed to situations where anger is likely. A […]
6 months ago
Reimagining Public Safety: Improving Systems We Have while Building Systems that We Need
The Center for Policing Equity believes that centering the voices, lived experiences, and background […]
6 months ago
Concussions Caused by Domestic Violence
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and concussions cause long-term problems and potential disabilities. […]
6 months ago
In Custody Deaths: Beyond Case Closed
Suicide is the leading cause of death in jails and prisons in the United States. Those working in ja […]
6 months ago
The Intersectionality of Wildlife and Animal Welfare: A Roadmap to Humane Outcomes for Everyone
Animal care and control agencies are receiving and responding to community calls relating to native […]
6 months ago
Overcoming the Barriers to Change: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
If there’s anything certain in life – it is change, and yet we all still struggle through it. Th […]
6 months ago
Deconfliction: Officer Safety and Investigative Coordination
Event deconfliction is crucial for officer safety, preventing operational clashes, and avoiding over […]
6 months ago
Beyond Checking a Box: Ensuring Your Crisis Response Grows and Thrives within Your Community
This webinar is the second part of a two-part series on Crisis Response. The first session looked in […]
6 months ago
Top Social Media and Communications Challenges for Animal Welfare Agencies
These days, social media marketing is a valuable skill for just about any entity that wants to reach […]
7 months ago
Confident Female Leadership
Women may "play small" due to societal biases and gender stereotypes. In the workplace, this creates […]
7 months ago
Helping Hidden Heroes: Chaplains for Correctional Staff — Emotions, Health, and Retention
Chaplains have been significantly utilized in the corrections setting to provide inmates with suppor […]
7 months ago
The Real Face of Human Trafficking: How to Identify Human Trafficking in the Field
US law enforcement faces challenges in identifying and recognizing human trafficking due to inadequa […]
7 months ago
Cats and Wildlife
Cats and wildlife often go in conflict with each other. The Humane Society of the United States (HSU […]
7 months ago
Keeping Your Detention Facilities Out of the Ditches and on the Right Path
In the corrections and correctional health care setting, outcomes are important – for the inmates, […]
7 months ago
Take the Stress Out Of Your Money: Life Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
The policing profession is a stressful and demanding industry by itself that requires individuals to […]
7 months ago
One Size Does Not Fit All: Developing Community-Specific Crisis Response
Communities are advocating for more compassionate and specialized approaches in collaboration with m […]
7 months ago
Everyday Ethics for Animal Control Officers
Animal control officers are responsible for upholding the law and protecting animals. Part of their […]
7 months ago
Mythbusters! The Value of Negative Testimony in Forensics
The CSI effect is the phenomenon of jurors having unrealistic expectations of forensic science due t […]
7 months ago
Preventing Homicide and Gun Violence
There are now powerful, effective, evidence-based approaches to preventing homicide and gun violence […]
7 months ago
The Power of Suggestion: What Justice Professionals Need to Know When Questioning Witnesses
Eyewitness memory can be influenced by suggested information from external sources – this is somet […]
7 months ago
Partner Webinar: Crime Forecasting: Using Resources Appropriately in a Challenging Environment
United States agencies are being pushed to their limit in the wake of understaffing and high crime l […]
7 months ago
15 Proven Ways to Improve Staff Morale at No Additional Cost
Organizational stressors were found to have significantly impacted staff morale, employee satisfacti […]
7 months ago
What is a Real Time Crime Center and How Do You Start One?
Real Time Crime Centers (RTCCs) are public safety units that manage data and intelligence to proacti […]
8 months ago
Rural Violent Crime Reduction Initiative: Diminishing Crime, One Community at a Time
The Rural Violent Crime Reduction Initiative (RVCRI) is a competitive grant and training and technic […]
8 months ago
Stand Up for the Animals with a Case you can Stand Behind
Prosecuting animal cruelty cases can present challenges like lack of evidence, limited resources, se […]
8 months ago
Partner Webinar: Streamlining Public Safety and Justice Processes: Enhancing Data-Driven Decision Making
Data plays a crucial role in improving justice outcomes in the ever-evolving public service landscap […]
8 months ago
Making Space for More Compassion with Fewer Rules: Reducing Conditions of Probation to Improve Successful Completion
The whole criminal justice system is facing challenges – understaffing with police officers, fille […]
8 months ago
Understanding Homicide and Gun Violence
The belief that homicide and gun violence are random cannot be further from the truth. Upon analysis […]
8 months ago
Intimate Partner Violence and Resultant Concussions in Rural Locations, including Indigenous Populations
Concussions are often associated with athletics, accidents, and combat. One segment of concussion su […]
8 months ago
Building a Culture of Inclusion in Policing: A Case for 30×30
The 30x30 Initiative is a program aimed at increasing the representation of women in law enforcement […]
8 months ago
PIO Lessons Learned During the US Capitol Insurrection
On January 6th, 2021, a violent mob attempted to disrupt the counting of electoral ballots by launch […]
8 months ago
The Five Best Ways to Manage Talent
Given the recruitment and retention issues law enforcement organizations are facing, it makes sense […]
8 months ago
Be the Leader You Wish You Had
Discerning what a good leader looks like versus a bad one comes from our own experience of being led […]
8 months ago
Boomers, Slackers and Snowflakes: Building a Multi-Generational Leadership Team
Having a multi-generational group of decision-makers at the table in organizations brings several be […]
8 months ago
Mindfulness for Law Enforcement: Surviving and Thriving in Life and on the Job
Mindfulness can play a crucial role in supporting police work. By cultivating present-moment awarene […]
8 months ago
Tools to Manage the Stress Response
Stress response is our body’s natural way of preparing us for high-risk or high-threat situations. […]
9 months ago
The Problem Solving Prosecutor: Improving the Quality of Life of Our Communities
Phoenix, Arizona is utilizing out-of-the-box approaches to improve the quality of life within their […]
9 months ago
Community Engagement and De-escalation for Animal Service Professionals
Community engagement and de-escalation are essential in the animal welfare profession. By taking on […]
9 months ago
Trauma-Informed Leadership: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
Trauma-informed leadership is crucial in organizations. Trauma-informed leaders create a supportive […]
9 months ago
Building Alliances to Combat Organized Retail Crime
Organized Retail Crime (ORC) is a problem that hounds communities around the US and even the whole w […]
9 months ago
Assessment of Domestic Violence Injuries
Identifying and assessing domestic violence (DV) injuries is of utmost importance in the role of law […]
9 months ago
Change is a Process, not an Event: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
Change is inevitable, yet many individuals and organizations struggle to embrace it fully. In this i […]
9 months ago
Wellness as a Survival Mechanism: Changing Skills for Changing Times
More and more people are seeking mental health support as the stigma that comes with it is slowly ov […]
9 months ago
Long Work Hours, Shift Schedules and the Impact on Law Enforcement Personnel
Insufficient sleep brought about by long work hours can lead to increased fatigue, decreased cogniti […]
9 months ago
Preventing Targeted Violence: An Introduction to Threat Assessment
As targeted violence remains a significant issue in communities across the United States, law enforc […]
9 months ago
7 Keys to Personal Resilience and Job Retention
Given the retention issues facing criminal justice organizations, the profession has been looking fo […]
9 months ago
Communicating with Executives, Supervisors, and Managers: Selling Your Ideas Up the Chain of Command
Managing up refers to managing an employee’s relationship with their supervisor or manager by adap […]
9 months ago
Lions, and Tigers, and Speech, and Religion, Oh My! — Applying an Animal-Forward Lens to First Amendment Jurisprudence
This webinar discusses the intersection between animal law and First Amendment Rights, looking at pi […]
9 months ago
Secrets Don’t Make Friends: How to Ensure You Are Communicating Well With Your Internal Audiences
How we feel inside emanates outside. The same can be said with organizations. When employees are pro […]
9 months ago
The Probation and Parole Officer as an Effective Coach
This is a follow-up to Brian Lovins’ webinar on “Referee or Coach: How a Coaching Identity May J […]
9 months ago
Partner Webinar: Transitioning to Online Mortgage Foreclosure Sales: A Sheriff’s Perspective
As marketplaces trend more and more towards online purchasing, many sheriff’s offices across the U […]
9 months ago
Investigating Catastrophe Fraud Cases
This webinar will provide an overview of the claim environment during a Catastrophe (CAT) and how un […]
9 months ago
Decision Making and OODA Loop
While the focus is on tactics such as de-escalation, physical techniques, and new control weapons, l […]
9 months ago
Organizational Stress – From the Administrative Perspective
This webinar is the second installment of a two-part webinar series on organizational stress. The fi […]
9 months ago
Solving Problems with Deer
The ideal deer habitat is forested areas with a mix of open grassy areas and dense vegetation. Deer, […]
10 months ago
‘They didn’t teach us this in law school’: How to Create a Legitimate Trauma Informed Court
The courts are highly familiar with the laws within the jurisdictions they operate in – but someth […]
10 months ago
Seattle Police Department’s Evidence Based Approach to Equity, Accountability and Quality
In the wake of an unprecedented call for further reform heard during the summer of 2020, the Seattle […]
10 months ago
A Holistic Approach for Agency Wellness: A Spectrum of Options for a Cross-Functional Team
More and more agencies are recognizing the importance of a robust mental health and wellness program […]
10 months ago
Responding to the Urban Jail in Crisis
The Jackson County Detention Center in Kansas City went through some tough times between 2014 and 20 […]
10 months ago
Partner Webinar: Recognizing and Investigating Emerging Firearm Crime
Using trained investigators, the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN), ATF e‐ […]
10 months ago
Playing Nice in the Sandbox: The Human Elements of Disaster/Emergency Management and Incident Command
There’s a lot to consider when looking at disaster preparedness and incident command. But one of t […]
10 months ago
Solving the Recruiting Crisis: Tested Tactics to Hone Your Recruiting Efforts
All the challenges that the policing profession has been experiencing currently can be in one way or […]
10 months ago
What Police Officers Want: Consulting the Source
A large-scale survey was conducted by the National Fraternal Order of Police partnered with Griffith […]
10 months ago
The Long-Term Impacts of Non-Fatal Strangulation
Strangulation is the ultimate act of power and control – the ability to inflict pain and even caus […]
10 months ago
Partner Webinar – Data for Good: Supporting Traumatized Neighborhoods with ShotSpotter Crime Data
Cities are increasingly developing a public health approach to violence prevention. Precision data a […]
10 months ago
Community Policing Lessons for Animal Protection
Animal care and control agencies are traditionally and often viewed as dog catchers who are only the […]
10 months ago
Leadership Out of Your Comfort Zone: Best Practices and Proven Strategies for Success
Have you ever come into an organization as an outsider and assumed a leadership position in an entit […]
10 months ago
Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: Basic Investigation and Prosecution
Unlike drug trafficking and arms trafficking which are easily identifiable based on the items and ar […]
10 months ago
Breaking through the Media in 2023: Time-Tested and New Strategies to Secure Positive News Coverage
The news media still plays a significant role in shaping public perceptions of law enforcement. Howe […]
10 months ago
Connecting the Dots in Civil and Criminal Justice: Protecting People by Focusing on Animal Abuse
99% of US households see pets as family members or close companions. This same wonderful, feel-good […]
10 months ago
Organizational Stress – From the Frontline Perspective
Helping professionals cite the major source of workplace stress as being organizational in nature ra […]
10 months ago
Body of Lies: Identifying Behavioral Leakages as Indicators of Guilt
A lot of innovations in the field of investigations have been and are still being developed to bette […]
10 months ago
Cybercrime Support Network: A Victim Service Resource for Law Enforcement
Cybercrime has become more and more frequent given the largely online lives we’re all leading. Unf […]
10 months ago
The ROAR Response Model: A Roadmap to Crisis Stabilization, Field Dynamics and Decision Making
The ROAR response model minutely dissects facets of field response and is considered a roadmap to de […]
11 months ago
Use of Force: Improved Performance through an Evidence-Based Approach
Law drives policy, policy drives training, and training should lead to improved performance. This is […]
11 months ago
Always On The Map: An Introduction to Animal Law Issues in the U.S. Territories
The five major US territories, in a nutshell, are governed by US laws and are paying US federal tax, […]
11 months ago
Order in the Court: Offender Abuse and Control via the Judicial System
Abusive partners employ all means possible to maintain power and control over their victims. They ev […]
11 months ago
Healthy Police – Healthy Policing: Addressing the Police Health and Wellness Crisis from a New Perspective
The law enforcement profession is being hounded by issues left and right. In between the use of forc […]
11 months ago
Achieving Effective Outcomes through Staff Communication
Effective communication is crucial in achieving successful outcomes at work, whatever the industry m […]
11 months ago
Fundraising Tactics, Tips, and Ideas for Municipal and Non-Profit Animal Welfare Agencies
This is the second installment of a two-part webinar series on fundraising focused on animal welfare […]
11 months ago
Intergenerational Trauma and the Role of Family Culture
Researches made thus far have revealed that the effects of trauma can be passed down genetically, pr […]
11 months ago
Avoiding Ethical Landmines: Gaining Acceptance of Your UAS Drone Program
Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) better known as drones are being adopted by more and more public safet […]
11 months ago
Understanding Followership: The Other Side of Leadership
The idea of being a follower may conjure thoughts of sheep being herded, blindly obeying what is bei […]
11 months ago
Law Enforcement and Animal Control Joint Responses
The roles of police officers and animal control officers overlap and are bound by a common goal of s […]
11 months ago
Creating Compelling Mobile Video on the Fly
Utilizing mobile devices to create videos can be an effective yet easily-implementable way to captur […]
11 months ago
The Changing Face of Probation: Recipes for Resilience to Survive Corrections Fatigue
Criminal justice personnel – from law enforcement to corrections to probation – are regularly ex […]
11 months ago
Making Connections to Gain Compliance: Lessons from Law Enforcement Professionals
Getting community members to comply with established laws or specific conduct is one of the goals of […]
11 months ago
Navigating Retirement: Creating a Path to Purpose, Fulfillment, and Wellbeing
This is not your typical retirement webinar. You won’t learn about finances, investing, and social […]
11 months ago
Partner Webinar: From a NIBIN Lead to an Arrest…How do you get there?
The National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) is a database maintained by the Bureau […]
11 months ago
Using Conflict to Spark Creativity
Conflict is often seen negatively. As people see conflict as something that must be avoided at all c […]
11 months ago
Corrections Staff Wellness
Working in a correctional facility can be a highly stressful and demanding job, with staff often exp […]
1 year ago
Establishing Organizational Success: Understanding the EAC Factor for Criminal Justice Organizations
What does it take to establish organizational success? According to Bobby Kipper, it takes three com […]
1 year ago
Not Just Feeling Words: How Victim Services Can Lead to Success in Law Enforcement
Victim services and law enforcement are similar in how these two distinct professions tend to apply […]
1 year ago
Towards a More Humane Society: A One-Health Approach to Addressing Criminal Cruelty for Everyone Involved
The One Health approach recognizes that animal welfare is critical, as the outcomes of animals impac […]
1 year ago
Crime Scene Analysis Decision Making
There are factors that play critical roles in our decision-making. To become an informed and aware d […]
1 year ago
Solving Problems with Canada Geese
Humans are using more and more areas for settlements. In the process, wildlife that also live within […]
1 year ago
More Case Studies in Criminal Justice Interactions with Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are seven times more likely to have encounters with […]
1 year ago
Navigating the Pathway to Public Trust
Various strategies have been developed in the realm of policing when it comes to improving the perfo […]
1 year ago
The Power of Your Passion
A job in the public safety field is demanding, stressful, and even traumatic. Compounded with other […]
1 year ago
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Psychological Safety: Creating a Culture of Trust on Your Team and Organization
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NG911: It’s More than Just the Technology
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Bodies of Evidence: Issues Arising from Search and Seizure of Animal Bodies in Cruelty Investigations
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Leadership Reset: Setting Goals for the New Year
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Trauma-Informed Practice 101
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Avoiding Offender Manipulation: Safeguarding Your Staff
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After Incident Analysis: Best Practices and Recommendations
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Community Engagement: The Lifesaving Philosophy
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Avoiding Offender Manipulation: Inmate Subculture
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Ask Me Anything: about Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Criminal Justice System
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The Top 10 Techniques for Dealing with Conflict
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Financial Fitness: Live Today and Prepare for Tomorrow
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The Changing Face of Probation: How to Shift into a Trauma-Informed Agency
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Women in Leadership – A Discussion about Opportunities, Hurdles, and Benefits
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Are You Missing Critical Data That Could Help Your Investigations?
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Online Reputation Management for Animal Shelters
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Tactical Nutrition Guardrails: Bite-Size Action Steps to Increase On-Shift Energy and Decrease Body Fat
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Building Performance: Understanding the EAC Factors for Justice Professionals
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Buddy to Boss: Going From Supervisor to Superhero
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Don’t Get Hacked! How to Build a Security Awareness Program for Your Agency
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Assessment Center and Oral Panel Interview Preparation
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Saying I ‘WIL’: Making the Commitment to Grow Women In Leadership in Corrections
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Attention Prosecutors: Here’s Why and How to Elevate your Office’s Trust and Legitimacy Practices
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Managing High-Risk Adolescents: A Case Study of the Averted Paw Paw High School Shooting and the Southaven Pier Shooting
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Creating Positive Change: An Approach to Leadership in Tumultuous Times
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Partner Webinar: Using Data in Violence Prevention: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know
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Advocacy for Firearm Awareness and Risk: Improving the Victim Advocate Response: Having the Conversation (Part 2)
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He said/She Said: When Can Hearsay Come into Court?
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Responding to Calls and Concerns about Bats
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Combatting Misinformation: What Criminal Justice Agencies Need to Know
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Trusting Your Own Personal GPS to Solve Problems
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The Impact of Leadership on Organizational Culture and Morale
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High Risk Terminations: Policies, Procedures and Planning
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When Things Get Tough: Lessons for Courtroom Testimony
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Advanced Strategies for Dealing with Challenging Staff Members
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A PIO Reflection Panel: Experiences, Tips and Lessons Learned
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Micro-Habits: Navigating the Intersection of Work and Life
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Maslow in the Workplace: Creating Employees Who Contribute and Are Engaged
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Advanced Return to Owner in the Field: Beyond the Scanner
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Partner Webinar: Using RapidDNA during Criminal Investigations
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Tactical Resilience: Physical Practices for Peak Field Performance (Part 2)
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1 year ago
Actively Caring for People: Seven Principles for Criminal Justice Organizations
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1 year ago
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Advocacy for Firearm Awareness and Risk (AFAR): Improving Victim Advocate Response: Rationale and Understanding laws (Part 1)
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Addressing Organized Retail Crime with Specialized Police Technology
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Positive Impact: Connecting and Communicating with Justice Involved Youth
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Be Prepared: Animal Disaster Basics
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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 […]
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Conducting Forensic Interviews with Children: What Justice Professionals Need to Know
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Just Authority: Can a Single Strategy Improve Well-being and Cooperation for Corrections Officers and Incarcerated Individuals
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1 year ago
Lessons Learned from the Post-George Floyd and Capitol Protests
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1 year ago
Preparing for Trial: Lessons for Courtroom Testimony
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1 year ago
Graphic Design for Public Engagement
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1 year ago
Career Survival within the Administrative Ranks of Policing (Part 2)
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1 year ago
Open Source and Social Media Intelligence Strategies for Criminal Justice Professionals (Part 3)
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Look for the Open Gate: Providing ‘In the Moment’ Animal Education for Your Community
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1 year ago
Social Listening for Social Content for Animal Shelters
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Pain Comes from Resistance to Change: The Ways to Embrace Change
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Referee or Coach: How a Coaching Identity May Just Save Probation
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Career Survival within the Administrative Ranks of Policing (Part 1)
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Hot and Harm Spots in Barrie: Using the Canadian Crime Severity Index for Effective Deployment
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1 year ago
Resolving Roosting Bird Conflicts
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1 year ago
Veteran-Centered Crisis Stabilization and Scene Management Strategies
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1 year ago
The Fourth 9-1-1 Option: Mental Health Services
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1 year ago
Preparing for a Forensic Interview of a Child: What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Know
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1 year ago
Police Accountability: Increasing Supervisor Expectations in Identifying and Responding to Slippery Slope Behaviors
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1 year ago
Leading at Any Level
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Balancing Operational Challenges of Law Enforcement with First Amendment Rights
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Generating Momentum: How to Create Change in Any Part of Your Life — and Protect It at All Costs!
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Invisible Epidemic: The Intersection of Traumatic Brain Injury, Strangulation and Domestic Violence (Part 1)
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Tactical Resilience: Mental Preparedness for Peak Field Performance (Part 1)
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The Complexities of Domestic Violence and Animal Abuse
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Case Studies in Integrating Social Skills Instruction into Criminal Justice Interactions
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1 year ago
Owning Your Life’s Journey: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
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Building Regional Communication Partnerships
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1 year ago
Emotionally Intelligent Leadership for Criminal Justice Professionals
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1 year ago
Search and Seizure Law and Terry Stops
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Rescuing the ‘Rescuer’: The Challenging World of Rescue Hoarders
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1 year ago
When Your Investigation Becomes an International Crisis: The PIO’s Role During Major Events
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Creating a Continuum Ecosystem of Crisis Response: It’s Not ‘Either-Or
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Open Source Intelligence: Performing OSINT Research and Developing Findings (part 2)
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1 year ago
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Applying the Core Value Index Mapping for Criminal Justice Agencies
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1 year ago
Changing Police Encounters through Procedural Justice Training: A Multi-City Randomized Trial at Crime Hot Spots
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1 year ago
Beyond Self-Care: The CE-CERT model for Secondary Trauma and Burnout
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1 year ago
De-Escalation: Strategies, Impacts, and Implications for Criminal Justice
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1 year ago
Creating a Culture of Wellness – Increase Retention, Morale, and Employee Health by Infusing Wellness into Your Agency
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1 year ago
Extreme Weather Events: What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Know
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1 year ago
Motivational Conversation: Creating Questions to Move People along an Intended Path while Building Relationships
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1 year ago
Tomorrow We Ride! Investigating and Processing Equine Cruelty Cases
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1 year ago
Adaptive Leadership: Creating “Sticky” Organizational Culture
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Resilience Tools and Ideas for People Who Have Stories: A Resilience Discussion Panel
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Word Cues as Truth Clues: Inductive Interviewing for Investigators
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Partner Webinar: Working at the Speed of Crime: Evidence Screening in Support of NIBIN
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Reimagining Police Response: Finding Creative Solutions to Address Community Needs
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Mental Models: A Method for Attacking any Policing Problem
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Crime and Punishment: Exploring Restorative Justice and Peacemaking
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Managing Trauma Triggers
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Joint Responses to Major Incidents: How Law Enforcement and Other Partners Can Truly Work Together
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Authority without Arrest: Resolving Conflict and Gaining Compliance in Campus Policing
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Proactive Responses to the Community’s Concerns: Successes in the Field for Today’s ACO’s
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Enhancing Teamwork and Strengthening Organizational Culture Using Myers Briggs Personality Understanding
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1 year ago
Determining Dealer vs. User in Drug Investigations
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1 year 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 […]
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Active Bystandership: Applications for Criminal Justice Agencies
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1 year ago
Understanding Marijuana Legalization: Changing Law Enforcement Thoughts
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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 […]
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Ransomware Ecosystems and Trends
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Changing Agency Culture and Climate with Spiritual Wellness
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Social Media Intelligence: What Is It and How It Can Enhance Intelligence and Research Capabilities (part 1)
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Human Performance Optimization: Caring for your Team
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1 year ago
Building Your Team
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Suicide Explained: What Leads Someone to that Moment
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How Women Rise: Breaking and Creating New Habits for Success (Part 2)
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Conflicts between humans and wildlife seem to be inevitable. These are often because of a lack of aw […]
1 year 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 […]
1 year 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 […]
1 year 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 […]
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Social Media and Disaster Related Events for Animal Shelters
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MERCI: How the Maslow-Enhanced Re-entry Capital Index Benefits Re-entry Success
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Alternative Discipline: How to Keep Your Employees Viable after They Have Gone through the Discipline Process
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How Women Rise: Breaking and Creating New Habits for Success (Part 1)
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Improving Police Information Sharing on a Global Scale
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Direct Supervision Jails: An Often Misunderstood Profession with a Unique Breed of Law Enforcement
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Addressing Problematic Sexual Behaviors (PSBs) in Children and Adolescents
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Offender Profiling and Serial Sexual Offences: The Latest Science
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Protecting Interpersonal Work Relationships: Lessons for Criminal Justice Professionals
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Responding to Animal Crimes Through a Restorative Justice Approach
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Trauma Mitigation for Police and the Policed
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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 […]
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Situational Awareness: Closing the Gap between Stimulus and Response
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Recruiting and Retaining Women: Strength through Diversity
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Performance Driven Thinking for First Responders (Part 2)
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Officer Safety and Wellness in Rapidly Changing Times: What does it look like for officers, their families and agencies?
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An Introduction to Domestic Violence
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Partner Webinar: Unfinished Firearm Receivers and Privately Made Firearms
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The Importance of Providing Support to DV Victims in the Probation Setting
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A Practitioner’s Guide to the Identification and Analysis of Criminative Evidence
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Pre-Flight Checklist to a UAS Program: It Is Not about the Drones
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Managing Difficult Volunteers: How and When to Let Volunteers Go
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Investigations Made Easier with Nlets
Nlets is a truly beneficial resource that may be utilized by law enforcement professionals to aid in […]
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Leading through Organizational Transformation: Change Management Strategies
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Partner Webinar: Crime Victim Reporting: Meeting Goals, Mission and Mandates for Advocates and Law Enforcement
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 Watch the Webinar Trailer     From employee assistance programs, office gyms […]
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Demystifying Meditation and Mindfulness for Criminal Justice Professionals
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