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Today
Suicide Prevention: A NCCHC Resource Guide
In 2015, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention launched its Project 2025 is a high-impact, […]
Today
Forensic Interviews of Children: What Justice Professionals Need to Know
A forensic interview is a fact-finding conversation with a child intended to elicit detailed informa […]
Today
Partner Webinar: Is Your Training Program Up to Par? Investment in Your Training Program to Produce The Best Outcomes
It's no surprise the best way to shape behavior and produce positive outcomes for our officers and c […]
Yesterday
Top 10 Ways to Screw Up a Case
To get people to do things and follow specific rules, you tell them what to do. But for some, gettin […]
Yesterday
Did They Actually Live Happily Ever After? Debunking Translocation Myths
It’s commonly thought that removing wild animals from our backyards and neighborhoods and releasin […]
6 days ago
Alarm Calls For Service: Increasing Accuracy, Efficiency and Reliability
The ASAP (Automated Secure Alarm Protocol) to PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point) service provides […]
6 days ago
Across the Lifespan: Serving Older Survivors of Sexual Violence (Part 1)
Sexual violence is an already complex issue to address but it even gets even more intricate when it […]
8 days ago
Hemp for Probation and Parole
Differentiating hemp from marijuana visually is impossible, but those working in criminal justice ne […]
8 days ago
How Does Elder Abuse Impact Latinx Communities?
One in ten people over the age of 60 are abused or neglected each year, taking into account that eld […]
13 days ago
The Care, Nurturing and Enrichment of Tame and Feral Volunteers
A lot of public safety agencies have difficulties when it comes to resources and must find ways to m […]
14 days ago
Building a Crime Gun Intelligence Capability
How do you stop gun violence when it reaches a point that an innocent 13-year-old is gunned down whi […]
15 days ago
Executive Skills: How to be a More Efficient Leader at Any Level
Experience is indeed a great teacher. There are things that we don’t get taught or trained in and […]
15 days ago
Tex and Charlie: The People of California v. Charles “Tex” Watson
Charlie Manson is notorious for bringing together a group that is responsible for a series of murder […]
20 days ago
Supervising Gang Members on Parole and Probation: Making the Case for a Specialized Supervision Unit
Probation and parole have the ability to hold offenders accountable for the crimes they committed wh […]
20 days ago
Prosecuting Farmed Animal Cruelty
When people think of farmed animals, what comes to mind are chickens, cows, and pigs. Its legal defi […]
22 days ago
Improving Resilience in Five Minutes a Day: Applying the 4 Pillars of Resilience into a Daily Routine to Thrive
The concept of resilience may seem abstract and at times romanticized to a fault. But at its core an […]
22 days ago
Hemp for Law Enforcement
Is it hemp or is it marijuana? That is the question. It can actually be pretty confusing but law enf […]
27 days ago
Building and Maintaining a Productive High Volume Foster Program That Serves the Animals YOU Need Help With
Foster programs are a necessity in any animal shelter or rescue but creating and maintaining one tha […]
27 days ago
Police Fatigue: Strategies for Managing Fatigue and Promoting Sleep Health
With the inherent nature of the law enforcement profession where officers are exposed to challenging […]
1 month ago
The Leader’s Dilemma: How to Balance Two Important Needs
Typically, the interests of the employees and the employers are viewed to be at odds with each other […]
1 month ago
Getting Started in the Animal Control and Protection Field
If you love animals, you might have considered work in the animal control field. But what does it re […]
1 month ago
Motivational Conversation for Community Building: Learn the skills needed to connect and engage with the communities we serve
Getting people to mobilize around a goal isn’t always the easiest thing to do. The same goes for g […]
1 month ago
Crisis Communication Basics: Speaking Up When You Don’t Know What to Say
We’re all living in a world where information is being released for public consumption constantly. […]
1 month ago
Innovation in Policing: C3 Policing and the Eight Building Blocks for Healthier Communities
Police cannot arrest their way out of criminal activities in communities, that is for sure. Arrestin […]
1 month ago
Preparing for Trial: What Witnesses and Experts Need to Know
We all have some vague idea about how the justice system works, be it with how it is portrayed in th […]
1 month ago
Patrol Intelligence Officers: Intelligence-Led Policing in Action
Patrol officers are the ones that spend most time on the field so it makes sense that they’re able […]
1 month ago
Emotional Intelligence: Learning more about Self Expression and Emotional Expression
This is the final installment of the six-part Emotional Intelligence (EI) webinar series. Past sessi […]
1 month ago
Courtroom Animal Advocate Programs: At the Crossroads of Crime Victim Law and Animal Law
Meaningful progress in crime victims’ rights in the US truly shaped criminal justice. The best par […]
1 month ago
How a History of Sexual Exploitation and Racial Violence Funnels Women and Girls of Color into the Abuse to Prison Pipeline
Native and Black women and girls are often the targets of sexual exploitation, forcing a narrative t […]
1 month ago
10 Cyber Security and Online Privacy Tips for Everyone
According to the 2020 FBI Internet Crime Report, internet crime complaints and monetary loss due to […]
1 month ago
Partner Webinar: Becoming a First Line Supervisor: Characteristics, Training and Challenges
The first step is always the hardest. It also often is a step outside one’s comfort zone. For law […]
1 month ago
Getting Curious in the Face of Conflict: How to Use Targeted Questions to Control Escalation
We all experience conflicts, and conflict resolution is a skill that is very valuable and can be app […]
1 month ago
Helping Wild Animals in Distress
Protect yourself and others and do no harm – these are the two primary guiding principles for orga […]
2 months ago
Millennials and Generation Z in Law Enforcement: The strengths, limitations and unique characteristics of the “Me” generations.
The law enforcement field is facing systemic challenges brought about by a mass exodus of law enforc […]
2 months ago
Communicating Trust: Can Simple Website Edits Boost Legitimacy?
The justice system is under heavy scrutiny. The outcome of this is the public’s deteriorating trus […]
2 months ago
Investigative Psychology: The Latest Science on Offender Profiling & Linking Serial Crimes
Apart from the forensic science, another aspect of investigation that people find fascinating is the […]
2 months ago
Launching Your Agency’s Drone Program: From Planning to Take Off
The idea of drones being used in law enforcement can raise privacy concerns from the citizens. Howev […]
2 months ago
Animal Crimes: The Issues and Problems Facing Small, Rural and Tribal Law Enforcement (Part 1)
Animal crimes can be tedious to investigate and prosecute but for small and rural law enforcement ag […]
2 months ago
The Secret Behind Getting into Incredible Shape while Working Our Crazy Careers
We all want to be the best version of ourselves. Unfortunately, as we juggle so many things in our l […]
2 months ago
Relational Policing: Using the Power of Connection to Build Trust
According to a Gallup Poll, the public’s confidence in law enforcement has declined for both the B […]
2 months ago
Operation Find Our Kids: Coordinated Efforts to Find Missing Children
Law enforcement is inundated with shortages of resources and an overwhelmed workforce. Couple that w […]
2 months ago
Emotional Intelligence: Recognizing Interpersonal Skills and Empathy
This is the fifth of the Emotional Intelligence (EI) webinar series. In the past four sessions, we […]
2 months ago
Animal Cruelty Investigations and the 4th Amendment
People love animals. Sometimes the role of animals for their humans are so valuable that humans depe […]
2 months ago
Morale in Criminal Justice Agencies
Dealing with critical incidents, people that could potentially endanger public safety, generally rig […]
2 months ago
Tools, Tips and Tricks for the ACO: Lessons Learned from the Field
Animals are unpredictable, thus the job of an Animal Control Officer (ACOs) takes on the same nature […]
2 months ago
Preparing Witnesses and Experts for Trial
Most people’s knowledge of the criminal justice system is founded on media portrayals of forensic […]
2 months ago
Partner Webinar: Using Online Marketplaces for Valuable Open Source Intelligence Data
As we all move towards an online life, so are the bad guys and the crimes. From cybercrimes that put […]
2 months ago
Pet Friendly Domestic Violence Shelters: Creating a pet-friendly program that works for your community
Child abuse, elder abuse, domestic violence, animal abuse – when one of these things is happening […]
2 months ago
Improving Officer Motivation to Train: The Barriers and Facilitators to Police Training Receptivity
The law enforcement field is pushed into the spotlight due to controversial and complicated interact […]
2 months ago
“I Wanted to Know What it Feels Like”: Childhood Psychopathy and Extreme Violence Committed by Youth
One in every ten violent crimes committed in the US is perpetrated by a person younger than 18 years […]
2 months ago
Partner Webinar: Corrections-to-Health, Improving Inmate Healthcare Data Exchange
At first sight, corrections and healthcare may seem like two completely disparate segments of public […]
2 months ago
Creating a Culture of Learning: After-Action Reviews
It’s been said time and again, it’s only failure if you don’t learn from it. In the current po […]
3 months ago
Avoiding Teeth and Bullets: Safely Interacting with Animals as a Law Enforcement Officer
When someone decides to be in the law enforcement profession, they might not necessarily be thinking […]
3 months ago
Creating the Best Start for New Dispatchers
The first day on the job can be anxiety-inducing. Everything and everyone is new, and you’re scare […]
3 months ago
Transparency in the Digital Era
Transparency is a success indicator in the public service space. How do organizations effectively ac […]
3 months ago
Making the Call: Simple, Gross Neglect or Cruelty?
When it comes to making the call in terms of charging for animal law crimes, what the statute prescr […]
3 months ago
Partner Webinar: The Power of 3D Technology in the Courtroom
For law enforcement and the courts, ensuring that justice is served, the community is kept safe, and […]
3 months ago
Long-Term Coping Skills
The pandemic affected people all over the world. Physically – with their mobility reduced due to h […]
3 months ago
Depression: Myths, Signs, Prevention and Treatment
People assume that depression looks the same for everybody, but this isn’t really the case. This s […]
3 months ago
The Empathetic Workplace: 5 Steps to a Compassionate, Calm, and Confident Response to Trauma on the Job
There are a lot of people who are suffering from stress and trauma that are not getting the help the […]
3 months ago
Crime Prevention with Data-Informed Community Engagement
What happens when you merge factors of evidence-based and community policing together? Well, you get […]
3 months ago
Make the Call: Child Discipline or Abuse
Determining between physical discipline and child abuse essentially boils down to a balancing test b […]
3 months ago
Emotional Intelligence: Understanding Decision Making and Reality Testing
This session is the fourth of the Dr. Reuven Bar-on Emotional Intelligence Model webinar series. The […]
3 months ago
Partner Webinar: Understanding Hemp vs Marijuana – and how to test for the difference
With more and more products being sold in the market that features hemp or CBD as an ingredient, dis […]
3 months ago
Protecting Key People in Your Organization
Safety and security are essential – heads of states, organizational leaders, and celebrities face […]
3 months ago
Build Short Term Foster Programs to Reduce Kennel Stress and Increase Adoptions: Staycations and Daycations
Public safety agencies are inundated with so much work and responsibilities that any initiative that […]
3 months ago
Disaster Without, Disaster Within: Natural Disasters and Family Violence
There are risk factors for family violence. This includes financial conditions, level of unemploymen […]
3 months ago
Understanding Compassion Fatigue for First Responders and Criminal Justice Professionals
Who helps the helpers when they’re the ones who need help? Work for those in the helping professio […]
3 months ago
Leadership: Lessons Learned Throughout a Career
Willingness to learn is a critical skill in any individual. Learning, however, can be a time-consumi […]
4 months ago
Police Response to Homelessness: Promising Practices and Partnerships for Criminal Justice Professionals
Law enforcement has been the first responder and default go-to entity for so many incidents that the […]
4 months ago
When The Evidence Needs A Home: Best Practices for Pre-Conviction Forfeiture Statute Use
Animals have overlapping statuses in law. They are property, evidence, and victims of crime. Like an […]
4 months ago
Partner Webinar: How Should We Train Officers for Long-Term and Fulfilling Careers?
Expectations are high when it comes to what must be done to be seen as effective or successful in th […]
4 months ago
Public Information Post-George Floyd
The last 12 months have been intense. In between a pandemic that threw off the whole world, the atta […]
4 months ago
Building a Community Advisory Board for those Impacted by Violence
Taking a trauma-informed approach has been central when it comes to handling the victims and survivo […]
4 months ago
Preventing Jail Suicide: Issues We Don’t Talk About, But Should
This is the second installment of Dr. Lisa Boesky’s Preventing Jail Suicide webinars. The first se […]
4 months ago
Don’t Do Data Sharing Alone! And Don’t Do Half Way Data Sharing!
Bad guys know no jurisdictional boundaries. They’ll commit crimes in one city, state, or even coun […]
4 months ago
Partner Webinar: Creating Reliable, Efficient Communications without Breaking the Bank: Using Radio over IP for LEAs
Law enforcement and public safety entities are highly reliant on communication technologies to ensur […]
4 months ago
Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Importance of Law Enforcement Recognition and Intervention
It’s been said that most of the things we are dealing with in our adulthood are actually remnants […]
4 months ago
The Importance of Mental Tenacity in Policing
There’s just too much we’re all dealing with in the world today that being on that go-mode just […]
4 months ago
Reuniting and Renesting Orphaned Wildlife
Humans and animals are co-existing knowingly or unknowingly in communities. There is so much that hu […]
4 months ago
Motivational Conversation for Investigators
Outside the “cool” parts of law enforcement that we see on TV, a huge chunk of the profession op […]
4 months ago
Local Strategies To Combat the Global Problem of Human Trafficking
Human trafficking is a global problem that generates billions of dollars in profit. Commonly miscons […]
4 months ago
Measuring Fairness: Using Client Feedback to Enhance Our Work
There are performance indicators that can easily be measured for success – things like numbers of […]
4 months ago
Emotional Intelligence: Flexibility & Stress Management
This session is the third of the Emotional Intelligence webinar series. The first session provided a […]
4 months ago
Partner Webinar: Enabling a World of Trust within Law Enforcement, Local Government and Criminal Justice Systems
When it comes to the identities, credentials, and transactions of employees and citizens, securing a […]
4 months ago
Partner Webinar: The Future of De-Escalation Training for Law Enforcement
Register to attend this special webinar presentation with Dr. Damon Ing, retired Law Enforcement Off […]
4 months ago
Cultural Intelligence for Law Enforcement: A Deeper Dive for Success.
The turn of events over the last few years highlighted the adverse consequences of lack of cultural […]
4 months ago
The Elder Abuse Guide for Law Enforcement (EAGLE): It’s Not Just for Law Enforcement!
There are stereotypes and stigma associated with elders that create barriers preventing older adults […]
5 months ago
NCCHC and COVID-19: Lessons We’ve Learned in our Facilities
It’s been a year since the world shifted as nations hurried to enforce limitations on people’s s […]
5 months ago
Partner Webinar: Intercepting Narcotics in Schools Post Pandemic – School Resource Officer Education and Training
The pandemic has created different challenges for everyone. The kids and youths are forced to stay a […]
5 months ago
Successful Animal Management Program in Regional Australia: Lessons learned from a multi – agency approach in a challenging comm
Making a difference in the lives of people is easier said than done. For a fringe community in Queen […]
5 months ago
When the Evidence Wags Its Tail
When it comes to combatting crime and cruelty, would want to ensure that offenders are made accounta […]
5 months ago
Making Personal Safety a Priority: Lessons for Public Officials, Criminal Justice Professionals and Victim Advocates
If there’s anything that the last 12 months taught us, it is that things can go awry any moment, d […]
5 months ago
Recognition and Prevention of Sex Trafficking in Adult Corrections Facilities
There’s a lack of awareness regarding sex trafficking. Girls and adult women are being arrested by […]
5 months ago
Partner Webinar: Capturing the Truth: How 3D Technology Can Help Your Agency Manage Officer-Involved Incidents
Technology changes the course of our lives. On one end, it improves how we do things, on the other, […]
5 months ago
You don’t just need MORE data. You need the RIGHT data.
Data-driven and evidence-based approach is the buzzword in almost any industry lately. With all the […]
5 months ago
What ACO’s Need to Know about Puppy Mills
Between the lack of legal familiarity within the court, society’s oblivion to the suffering of ani […]
5 months ago
Building Peer Support Programs for Prosecutors
Everyone experiences stress in some form or another. Between seeing people in some of the worst circ […]
5 months ago
El Paso Intelligence Center Capabilities: All Threats, All Crimes, Support for All Law Enforcement
Collaboration and information-sharing are key to any effective law enforcement effort. And there is […]
5 months ago
The Benefits of Correctional Intelligence Led Policing
It’s about time we recognize the value of corrections. Not just to merely protect the community by […]
5 months ago
Growing Your Career by Developing Your Brand
We all probably started out in our careers with some goal. But somewhere along the journey, the goal […]
5 months ago
Change and Acceptance: Why We Succeed, Why We Fail
We witnessed massive changes around us. Between 2020’s wildfires, COVID-19, George Floyd, the civi […]
5 months ago
Emotional Intelligence: Using Self Perception and Self Awareness
This webinar is the second of a three-part series on emotional intelligence. The first session provi […]
5 months ago
Preparation is Key: Ensuring Your Chief is Ready for Media Interviews
Dealing with critical incidents is a default setting for those working in the law enforcement arena. […]
5 months ago
Domestic Violence and Dispatch
Dispatch serves as the intermediary between members of the community and the first responders who ca […]
5 months ago
Successful Mental Health Diversion Programs: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know
Emergencies are typically grouped based on who can resolve them: fire, medic, or police. It’s easy […]
6 months ago
Policing in the “Executive State”
Implicit bias is one of the buzzwords that seemingly captured people’s attention as an offshoot of […]
6 months ago
Video Testimony: The Virtual Courtroom for the ACO
The COVID-19 pandemic truly reshaped how we live and the criminal justice field is just one of the s […]
6 months ago
Fentanyl and First Responder Safety: Myths vs Reality
Fentanyl and drugs containing fentanyl are the leading cause of overdose deaths in America.  Law en […]
6 months ago
A Case Study in Pennsylvania’s Transition to Online Sheriff Sales
With COVID-19 rampant across the U.S., sheriffs in Pennsylvania sought to find a way to continue the […]
6 months ago
Understanding Unethical Behavior
Some of the most pressing problems that entities both in the public and private sphere are facing ri […]
6 months ago
Preventing Jail Suicide: Adjusting Current Strategies to Save Lives
Prisons have higher rates of suicide deaths than the general population and jails have even higher s […]
6 months ago
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 […]
6 months ago
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 […]
6 months ago
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 […]
6 months ago
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 […]
6 months ago
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 […]
6 months ago
From Flash to Bang: How Disinformation Fueled the Attack on The U.S. Capitol
Disinformation is wreaking havoc on our modern society. The January sixth attack on the Capitol is o […]
6 months ago
Preserving the Bond and Preventing Cruelty: The Veterinarian’s Role
The concept of the animal-human bond simply refers to the role that animals play in human’s lives. […]
6 months ago
A Beginner’s Guide to Online Investigations
For most, the concept of online research is just merely doing a Google search and then rummaging thr […]
6 months ago
How Technology Supports Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion Programs
Local law enforcement agencies are increasingly relying on the use of diversion programs to reduce i […]
6 months ago
Outside Yourself: Making the Most of Mental Health Resources
In discussions that relate to mental health, self-care, and wellness, one of the points that is stre […]
6 months ago
Understanding the Impact of Police Body Worn Cameras on Public Defenders
Body-worn cameras (BWCs) are touted by law enforcement agencies for its ability to uphold transparen […]
6 months ago
Emotional Intelligence: How EQ Can Make a Difference in Your Criminal Justice Career
In the real world, it takes more than just the traditional definition of intelligence to make it in […]
6 months ago
Dealing with High Risk Terminations
By nature, humans tend to avoid thinking of the negative things we have to deal with. This tendency […]
6 months ago
A Proactive Response to Domestic Violence: Collaboration in Facility and Parole-Based Batterer Intervention Programming
This session is the third installment of the Proactive Response to Domestic Violence webinar series. […]
6 months ago
It’s the Manager
Organizational productivity has been linked to a multitude of factors, and leadership is identified […]
7 months ago
Recruiting the Next Generation to Your Agency
Budget constraints in the public sector often leave government agencies like animal welfare organiza […]
7 months ago
The Prosecution of Child Neglect Cases
Crimes are either by commission or omission. When it comes to cruelty to children, one can either co […]
7 months ago
Unintended Consequences of Disinformation Campaigns on Law Enforcement
Information circulated in online platforms is being leveraged to mobilize the population to stand up […]
7 months ago
Emergency Response, Search and Rescue, Disaster Recovery: Real-time Video Streaming for Improved Situational Awareness
Both Tactical and Strategic Situational Awareness are critical for assessment, coordination, and del […]
7 months ago
Actions Speak Louder than Words: What Your Boss Wished You Knew. Professionalism in an Increasingly Unprofessional World
Too often, employees come to their bosses for grievances in hopes that they can provide answers to t […]
8 months ago
Victim Rights: What Law Enforcement Officers Need to Know
Victims often feel violated or scared after an incident, so ensuring that there are rights that prot […]
8 months ago
Animals in Disasters: How to Help Your Community
Probably one of the best developments that we’ve seen in the last few years related to critical ev […]
8 months ago
Analyzing and Producing Actionable Insights
This is the third installment of the Detention Intelligence webinar series. The first webinar explai […]
8 months ago
How LTE Can Connect Essential Law Enforcement Technologies
At all levels, law enforcement depends on fast and always-on access to critical applications and dat […]
8 months ago
Assessing Dog Behaviour in Shelter Settings
Lots of progress has been seen in research and practices across different fields, and it is no diffe […]
8 months ago
Dealing with Big City Gun Crime in Small Towns
The common misconception is that violent crimes happen in big cities more than they do in small town […]
8 months ago
Understanding Sexual Abuse Examinations in Investigation and Prosecution Efforts
Sexual abuse no doubt is traumatic for the victim. The processes involved following the incident may […]
8 months ago
The United States of America vs. Timothy James McVeigh: The OKC Bombing Trial
Silently enraged about the perceived murder of innocent Americans by their own Government at the Bra […]
8 months ago
The Wichita Crime Gun Intelligence Center: a Unique Law Enforcement University Partnership Approach
When it comes to addressing gun crimes, traditional reactive models of patrol and arrests just seem […]
8 months ago
Life-Saving Partners: 911 and Suicide Lifelines Working Together
Ensuring the safety of the public requires constant coordination between the agencies involved. Fire […]
8 months ago
You Matter: Self Care for the Social Media Manager
If you’re finding yourself not performing at your best the past months, you’re not the only one. […]
8 months ago
The Current FCC Proceedings and How They will Affect Your Inmate Communications Environment
There are ongoing FCC proceedings that aim to regulate the Inmate Calling Services (ICS) rates and f […]
8 months ago
Canine Communication in the Field and Shelter
With how humans turned pets into family members, the only thing that would probably make things bett […]
8 months ago
Recruiting the 21st Century Police Officer: Successes, Challenges and Lessons Learned
These days, recruiting for roles within the Police Department is quite the task. It requires agencie […]
8 months ago
The Psychology of an Active Shooter
Active shooters tend to take their own lives immediately after they carried out their planned destru […]
8 months ago
The Art of Crisis Leadership
In the law enforcement arena, it is not a matter of if a crisis will hit, but when will it hit. Cris […]
8 months ago
Building Detention Intel the Right Way
Jails and prisons house some of law enforcement's best and unexpected assets. Individuals behind bar […]
9 months ago
Understanding Implicit Bias: Research and Reality
Implicit bias is a hot issue that the Justice Clearinghouse has covered in past webinars. However, m […]
9 months ago
Adapting to Critical Change at Corrections Facilities
The COVID-19 pandemic truly changed how we live our lives. We were all forced to tweak how we do our […]
9 months ago
Creating and Maintaining A Great Workforce: Recruiting and Retaining Quality Employees
To be able to have a great workforce, leaders and managers must work throughout the employee life cy […]
9 months ago
Understanding Wildlife Animal Cruelty
Animal law has gone leaps and bounds over the last few years in ensuring that animals are afforded p […]
9 months ago
On the Front Lines of the Opioid Epidemic: Research, Challenges and Multi-Disciplinary Responses in the Justice System
Opioid use has reshaped American society in many ways – how drug trafficking and trade is being do […]
9 months ago
Provision of Methadone for Opioid Use Disorder within a County Jail
Substance abuse is a type of disorder and as such, requires a treatment plan to rehabilitate individ […]
9 months ago
Reducing Response Times with Smart Fleet Management
When we talk about efficiency in call for service response, we typically think about the responder, […]
9 months ago
Smile! You’re on Not-So Candid Camera
In an era when nearly everyone is equipped with a smart phone with audio-visual recording ability th […]
9 months ago
Co-Responder Programs: Keys to Successful Implementation and Promising Innovations for Justice Professionals
Demands to defund the police are rather counterintuitive considering communities’ dependence on th […]
9 months ago
Experiences from a Randomized-Controlled Trial of Police Social Interaction Training
This webinar discusses the experience of conducting an RCT of a long-term, repetitive social interac […]
9 months ago
Livestream 911 Calls Directly to First Responders for Improved Situational Awareness and Faster Response Times
Stories get modified as it is passed from one person to another, some details will be omitted, added […]
9 months ago
The Future of the Dark Web
The online environment is a bustling economy. Big business is leveraging it selling services and pro […]
9 months ago
The Application of Kids at Hope: A Cultural Strategy
Kids at HOPE made us understand the importance of believing in kids – no exceptions, connecting wi […]
9 months ago
Jack Ruby: The Original Trial of the Century
In our world where news travel fast and cameras are everywhere, incidents and case trials generate m […]
9 months ago
Leadership and the Art of the Sale
Selling is a primary life skill. It may not be as obvious, but every day, we’re selling. Selling i […]
9 months ago
Building Resiliency: The Dawn of the Mentally Strong Employee
The helping profession has its two sides. One is positive, with words like noble and rewarding assoc […]
9 months ago
How to Free Companion Animals and Wildlife Wrongly Caught in Traps
The Justice Clearinghouse has provided numerous resources on humane means to handle human-wildlife c […]
9 months ago
Custody Considerations in Animal Control
Animals are technically classified as property, and as such the protections afforded to animals are […]
9 months ago
Communicating for Trust-Building
Probation is that arm of the criminal justice system that ensures individuals who committed offenses […]
9 months ago
Conducting Online Sheriff Sales in the COVID-19 Era
A significant chunk of our lives now lives online. The last couple of months is a testament to the v […]
9 months ago
Collaborating to Catch a Predator
Sex offenders may be considered the bane of society that they are required to be registered. But not […]
9 months ago
The Center of Emerging Threats
When we think about the criminal justice process, what is perceived to be the endgame is the convict […]
9 months ago
Family Violence and the Abuse to Prison Pipeline for Girls
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Rights4Girls is one of the organizations at the forefr […]
10 months ago
Using Social Media for Recruiting: Targeted Messaging in Law Enforcement
The Justice Clearinghouse has delivered numerous webinars tackling the value of social media for law […]
10 months ago
Enhancing Your Managed Intake Process
This is the second installment of a series on animal services intake. The previous webinar tackled t […]
10 months ago
Examining the Power & Science of Hope: Understanding Kids@Hope for Justice Professionals
The Justice Clearinghouse has quite a catalog of webinars that delve on the topic of trauma. In most […]
10 months ago
Crisis Leadership & Communications in a Complex, Headline-Driven World
Incidents of civil unrest have been materializing in different parts of the US. The issue itself is […]
10 months ago
Using Data and Performance Measurement to Improve Criminal Justice Outcomes
Various factions are claiming differing positions as facts that most of us may no longer be sure whi […]
10 months ago
The Status of Animals in Criminal Animal Cruelty Cases: What Animal Protection Professionals Need to Know
Understanding the status of animal in criminal animal cruelty cases may be a little bit more complex […]
10 months ago
Medical Aspects of Child Neglect
Neglect happens behind closed doors. The moment other people realize the level of neglect a parent o […]
10 months ago
Job Satisfaction: An Evidence-Based Approach to Improving Morale and Reducing Stress with the Employees in Your Organization
In a profession inundated with public criticism, it takes perseverance and internal factors to remai […]
10 months ago
A Proactive Response to Domestic Violence (Part 2)
This is a continuation of the discussion on the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) Office of Vi […]
10 months ago
How Public Safety Can Utilize LTE During Planned Events
The scope of law enforcement has broadened. Their responsibilities range from catching the bad guys […]
10 months ago
Post Critical Incident Seminar: A Tested Solution for Helping Cops Recover From The Worst Incidents
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A career in law enforcement grants specific powers, but it also comes with a set of obligations and […]
1 year ago
School Resource Officers: Conducting Formal Security and Vulnerability Assessments
Just as the media frenzy of one mass shooting incident seems to have died down, another one hits us. […]
1 year ago
Animal Hoarding: What Criminal Justice Professionals Need to Know
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders classifies hoarding as a disorder that req […]
1 year ago
NCMEC Forensic Imaging Techniques and Services
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has been creating age progressions for long […]
1 year ago
Investigating Financial Exploitation: New York’s FEIST-y New Approach
Elder abuse incidents go unnoticed and unreported especially if it does not cause apparent injuries. […]
1 year ago
How Justice Agencies Can Implement and Benefit from Sentinel Event Reviews
There is much to be learned from our mistakes and failures – and it is this concept that is the fo […]
1 year ago
The Investigation & Prosecution of Gang Related Crimes: an Introduction
This webinar will serve as a primer for basic gang investigation and prosecution.  It will focus on […]
1 year ago
Wildlife and Rabies
Much of what most people know about rabies are actually myths. These untruths spawned generalized fe […]
1 year ago
Using Your Words: Communicating Your Authority
Communication skills play a critical role in achieving success in your career. Research in this area […]
1 year ago
Mental Illness in the Criminal Justice System: The Facts and Figures Justice Professionals Need to Know
Law enforcement officers find themselves dealing with people from all walks of life daily – and it […]
1 year ago
Rural School Safety
More and more jurisdictions are shifting their perspective when it comes to shooter incidents. Gone […]
1 year ago
ICS and Legal Considerations for Animals in Natural Disaster Response
When disasters strike, media organizations never fail in providing updates and highlighting the […]
1 year ago
Staffing 911 Centers in the Era of NG911
Next Generation 911 is being integrated by public safety agencies in their goal to enhance emergency […]
1 year ago
From Child Welfare to the Juvenile Justice System: Disrupting the Abuse to Prison Pipeline For Girls
There is a problem with the child welfare system. Children are directed to the child welfare system […]
1 year ago
The Top 10 Reasons to Start a Police Homeless Outreach Team
The state of homelessness is getting worse, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development […]
1 year ago
Creating an Animal Abuse Task Force: How Law Enforcement Can Work with Local Resources to Investigate and Prosecute Crimes
The concept of ‘The Link’ establishes the correlation of animal cruelty to other crimes. Collate […]
1 year ago
Recognizing Common Mental Health Issues, Part II
Recognizing the Mental Health Issues in Others is a training workshop that will help a non-therapist […]
1 year ago
A Day in the Life: How Exposure to Community Violence Affects Children
Multiple studies supported that violence and trauma have very debilitating effects on children that […]
1 year ago
Brady Giglio: What Justice Professionals Need to Know
One of the ways that public service agencies measure their performance is through the trust that the […]
1 year ago
Women in Policing: Performance and Outcomes
Performance evaluation in policing is often focused on simplistic objectives based on outcomes. Doin […]
1 year ago
Workshop: Recognizing Common Mental Health Issues Part I
Recognizing the Mental Health Issues in Others is a training workshop that will help a non-therapist […]
1 year ago
Recruiting a Diverse Police Force: Insights and Action Items from a 21-City Study
Diversity is being widely advocated in today’s society. This is no different in the workplace with […]
1 year ago
Advanced Cock Fighting Investigations and Prosecutions
People, especially those living in the cities are not aware that cockfighting continues to exist to […]
1 year ago
Online Enticement: Examining Risk Factors and Vulnerabilities of Minors in a Technological World
Online enticement involves an individual communicating with someone believed to be a child via the i […]
1 year ago
The Art of Crisis Leadership
We often think that we’re all prepared and got all bases covered until a crisis hits us. A crisis […]
1 year ago
Honoring our Differences
Doing a Google search can easily expose you to the many ways society decides to categorize and label […]
1 year ago
Thinking for a Change: Expanding and Collaborating on a Cognitive Behavioral Program for Probation
Learn how Maricopa County Adult Probation Department (MCAPD) successfully expanded its implementatio […]
1 year ago
Mastering Police Work
How to master policework and be a great police officer? The concept is abstract but somehow Dr. Jeff […]
1 year ago
Prosecutors and Law enforcement Tools in Animal Cruelty Cases
The urgency in the need to address animal abuse is established through the well-supported findings t […]
1 year ago
Race, Ethnicity and Police Deployment
Patrol workload staffing can be tedious. It may require trial and error before getting to that optim […]
1 year ago
Presenting Medical Evidence in Child Sexual Abuse Cases: Why it’s normal to be normal and why that still matters
Hearing the details of child sexual abuse incidents and cases is dreadful. Unknown to most of us is […]
1 year ago
Your Story, Your Time: Elevating Your Social Media Presence in the Digital Age
The use of social media gave people the freedom and power to share their stories and experiences. So […]
1 year ago
Mental Health Concepts and Trafficking: fundamentals for justice professionals to understand
According to The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, post-traumatic stress disord […]
1 year ago
Trends in Off Duty Work: Challenges & Considerations
Law enforcement is an elite profession that comes with specific skills and training. These are in de […]
1 year ago
Women in Law Enforcement: Navigating Police Culture
Law enforcement is a male-dominated field and one has to ask if it is the culture that is preventing […]
1 year ago
What Dog Fighters Don’t Want You to Know: Considerations for the Justice Professional
Animal fighting is one of the most barbaric crimes out there. The scene and aftermath of such fights […]
1 year ago
The Dynamic of Restoration: Restoring Renegade Officers
Law enforcement is identified to be one of the most stressful professions. But more often than not, […]
1 year ago
What Happens When You Get Sued: The Civil Litigation Process for Law Enforcement Officers
Your job brings you in contact with the criminally accused, but now you are called the “defendant […]
1 year ago
Fostering and Maximizing Your Organization’s Community Engagement
Any agency that delivers services to the community understands the value in engaging the citizens an […]
1 year ago
Retail Sale of Pets: What Investigative Agencies Need to Know
Animals of different species showcased on pet stores look appealing to people who want to take these […]
1 year ago
Tribal-Federal-State Jurisdiction and its Relationship to Public Safety in Indian Country
The plight of Native Americans is a convoluted one. From being the guardians of the land, they were […]
1 year ago
Leading the Chaos
In arenas that deal with emergency response and public safety, it is best to be prepared for things […]
1 year ago
Policing Vulnerable Populations: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Programs
Law enforcement and mental health support services intersect in drug abuse cases. Tucson recognized […]
1 year ago
Family Abductions Part 2: The Crime of Family Abduction – Impact, Consequences and Considerations
On the first part of this series, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) discuss […]
1 year ago
Sustainable Crime Gun Intelligence Strategies Require Policy Driven Tactics
Whether implementing a regional or agency-wide preventive crime gun strategy, the establishment of f […]
1 year ago
Kids at Hope: Believing, Connecting and Time Traveling in Youth Justice
Hope is probably the one secret ingredient that can turn a person’s outlook and life around howeve […]
2 years ago
Male Victims of Sexual Assault: Best Practices for Justice Professionals
When people discuss sexual violence, it is often assumed that the victim is female. This isn’t alw […]
2 years ago
Reducing Traffic Fatalities in Urban and Rural Areas: Notes from NIJ’s LEADS Program
When people refer to car crashes as accidents, it gives a tone that there isn’t much anyone can do […]