Law Enforcement

 

The Justice Clearinghouse covers topics of particular interest and focus for those in the Law Enforcement profession on a regular basis: through the webinars we hold, the articles we write, as well as the articles we curate from other respected sources. 

Begin or enhance your knowledge in ways that will be immediately applicable to your law enforcement role by reviewing some of the information below.

 

Upcoming Webinars

David Hyche
12 / 01 / 2020

Comprehensive crime gun investigative methods and tools work very well and show rapid results in smaller jurisdictions.  Prosecution of armed felons, drug dealers and gang members in a systematic way [...]

Read More

Kim Basinger
Roger Blevins
12 / 01 / 2020

Protective parents, investigators, & prosecutors, are sometimes confused by the fact that there are two (& sometimes three) different types of child sexual abuse examinations that may pertain to the [...]

Read More

David Grantham
12 / 02 / 2020

As the intelligence flows out of the detention program, it takes an equally sophisticated operation to document, analyze, and disseminate that information. We will establish a framework for documenting information [...]

Read More

Kevin Johnson
12 / 02 / 2020

At all levels, law enforcement depends on fast and always-on access to critical applications and data to better protect people and property and maintain order. The latest advancements in cellular-based [...]

Read More

Katharine Manning
12 / 03 / 2020

Victim rights are a powerful tool for victims—and for law enforcement. Victims who have received their rights are stronger witnesses, more likely to share information with agents, and better [...]

Read More

Beth Gammie
12 / 03 / 2020

When disaster hits, animals and their owners are greatly impacted.  All eyes will be on your agency, and how well it serves the animals and their owners in your community [...]

Read More

Jon Gaster
Justin Steinke
12 / 08 / 2020

Both Tactical and Strategic Situational Awareness are critical for assessment, coordination, and delivery during Emergency Response, Search and Rescue, and Disaster Recovery. High quality, live video, and telemetry data streaming [...]

Read More

Adam Leath
12 / 08 / 2020

Ever wish your boss could just tell you what they’re thinking?  What can sometimes seem like a mystery, your boss’s thoughts are often more simple than you think. [...]

Read More

Laurie Blevins
Roger Blevins
12 / 09 / 2020

The essence of child neglect cases is proving in court that a caregiver acted in a way that resulted in harm to a child.  In most cases of neglect, however, [...]

Read More

John J. Farmer, Jr.
Paul G. Goldenberg
Graham Brookie
Chris Swanson
Donald J. Mihalek
Mark Pfeifle
12 / 09 / 2020

In today’s environment, the way citizens view facts, define certainty, and classify information no longer adheres to traditional rules. Fundamental changes have made it easier for domestic and foreign [...]

Read More

Jeri’ Greer
Danielle (Hunter) Thompson
01 / 12 / 2021

The KDOC Office of Victim of Services Batterer Intervention Program (BIP) provides programming to inmates and parolees who are identified as domestic violence offenders. In collaboration, KDOC BIP coordinates a [...]

Read More

Michael Goold
01 / 12 / 2021

The Gallup Organization has studied effective leaders and organizations for decades. Their recent study, “It’s the Manager,” found 52 discoveries about the future of work, and the manager was the [...]

Read More

Mark Warren
01 / 13 / 2021

Every workplace has had to deal with a termination but what are the risks, technically aren’t all terminations high risk? What defines a high-risk termination? What are some practices [...]

Read More

Carolyn Naoroz
Janne Gaub
01 / 14 / 2021

Police body-worn cameras (BWCs) have primarily been discussed from the perspective of police. As the primary users of the technology, this makes sense. But the implementation of a BWC program [...]

Read More

Cheryl Stewart
01 / 14 / 2021

Emotional Intelligence is the combination of several social and emotional components that work together to determine how well we utilize our skills of self-perception, self-expression, the way we build and [...]

Read More

Amy Morgan
01 / 19 / 2021

All too often, we feel like we should be able to handle everything that life throws at us, and we should be able to do it on our own, without [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson
01 / 19 / 2021

Knowing what to discuss and how to stay on talking points, particularly with difficult or controversial topics, is a key component of ensuring your agency’s leader is prepared whenever [...]

Read More

Erin Monahan
Trent Hayden
01 / 20 / 2021

New to online research? Not sure how to begin an online investigation? Unclear what “OSINT” really means? This webinar will review how to begin an online investigation, including basic OSINT [...]

Read More

John J. Farmer, Jr.
Paul G. Goldenberg
Mark Pfeifle
01 / 21 / 2021

In today’s environment, the way citizens view facts, define certainty, and classify information no longer adheres to traditional rules. Fundamental changes have made it easier for domestic and foreign [...]

Read More

Dr. Kris Otteman DVM
Dr. Linda Fielder DVM
Emily Lewis
01 / 21 / 2021

When a low-income client presents a severely neglected animal to a veterinarian for treatment, the doctor faces a difficult conundrum: is it their duty to protect the animal from continued [...]

Read More

Ashley Heiberger
01 / 26 / 2021

The ability of police officers to use force, and potentially take human life, is likely the most significant aspect of the profession. Police have a clear obligation to ensure force [...]

Read More

Al Cobos
01 / 27 / 2021

Motivational Conversation is a skill that managers must use to move their people along a well-intended path toward improvement.  Motivation Conversation is a powerful tool that is to be used [...]

Read More

David Black
01 / 28 / 2021

Law enforcement professionals serve on the front lines of humanity’s worst-case events, and nearly 70 percent of officers report that stressful work experiences have caused ongoing emotional issues, leading to [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
02 / 02 / 2021

In this webinar, we will take a close look at various ethical frameworks. Next, we will explore various reasons why people act unethically and why agencies might exacerbate such behavior. &[...]

Read More

Dr. Regi Frection, PhD
02 / 04 / 2021

Unlike other implicit bias training, this module provides a different perspective. The executive state is the capacity to engage in complex problem-solving. The module bridges the gap between the research [...]

Read More

Adam Leath
02 / 04 / 2021

The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a ripple effect throughout our industry.  The Criminal Justice System has had to implement many new and innovative ways to respond to our new way [...]

Read More

Halcyon Frank
02 / 09 / 2021

According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence there are on average 20 people physically abused by their intimate partner. This high rate also demonstrates how common these calls can be [...]

Read More

BJ Wagner
Dr. Margie Balfour
John Snook
02 / 09 / 2021

Communities across the country are finally recognizing what law enforcement has argued for years: mental health response should not be a criminal justice matter. But what does successful mental health [...]

Read More

Duane T. Bowers, LPC
02 / 11 / 2021

Now that we are nearly a year into coping with the pandemic, we recognize that there are a lot of things we have been putting on hold for ‘when it’[...]

Read More

Cheryl Stewart
02 / 11 / 2021

How well do you perceive your own actions and behaviors impacts the way you treat others? During this session, we’ll discuss the importance of Self-Perception and Self-Awareness in the [...]

Read More

Chris Eloiza
Gabrielle Padilla
02 / 16 / 2021

A correctional environment can provide a wealth of intelligence to assist law enforcement agencies in criminal investigations, yet correctional intelligence is often overlooked by the law enforcement community. Correctional intelligence [...]

Read More

Brenda Dietzman
02 / 16 / 2021

Do you feel like you are floating aimlessly through your career? Or do you have career goals and aspirations but don’t know how to achieve them? We will explore [...]

Read More

Michael “Vince” Kersey
James Reed
02 / 17 / 2021

Due to the nature of this webinar, participants will be required to use their official agency email for their registration. The El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC) is a national-level intelligence [...]

Read More

Tiffany Mow
02 / 18 / 2021

The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs; www.NamUs.gov) is a national information clearinghouse and resource center for missing, unidentified, and unclaimed person cases across the United States.  [...]

Read More

Jamie L. Roush
02 / 23 / 2021

More than ever before, today’s criminal justice agencies are faced with increasing demands to address quality of life issues, such as mental health, homelessness and substance abuse, in addition [...]

Read More

Michelle Welch
02 / 23 / 2021

From the minute you step into the puppy mill, it is important to capture the images and the cacophony of the living conditions.  Large Scale seizures all have the same [...]

Read More

K. Campbell
02 / 25 / 2021

Thirteen prosecutors in the U.S. have been murdered since 1967.  During the coronavirus pandemic, public health officials have quit their jobs over concerns for their safety, and some have been [...]

Read More

Barbara Mattes
02 / 25 / 2021

Law enforcement, in general, has taken big steps in training Officers to recognize sex trafficking victims and perpetrators on the street. However, there is a profound disconnect between recognizing a [...]

Read More

Nina Stively
03 / 02 / 2021

There comes a time in every investigator’s career that cats and dogs are part of a case, whether centrally, as seen in situations of animal cruelty, or peripherally, as [...]

Read More

Sheryl Victorian
03 / 02 / 2021
This webinar will introduce participants to the principles of Relational Policing and discuss how the power of cultivating these principles build and maintains community trust.
Jim Martin
03 / 04 / 2021

When the coronavirus pandemic was in its infancy, NCCHC and MCSA both recognized the tremendous challenge it would pose for correctional institutions. We knew that sheriffs needed access to real-time [...]

Read More

Valarie Findlay
03 / 04 / 2021

Extending trust to employees and contractors to access and make use of sensitive information, intelligence and materials is a necessary risk for nearly every organization and institution, whether public or [...]

Read More

Shawn Williams
03 / 09 / 2021

This webinar will begin a framework into WHO exactly is applying for this position and what are they bringing with them. As researched by the original theorists, there is a [...]

Read More

Emily LaGratta
03 / 11 / 2021

We all want to be fair in our roles. Fairness may even be a direct mandate within our agency's mission statement. But how do we know if we're successful in [...]

Read More

Cheryl Stewart
03 / 11 / 2021

Can you walk in someone else’s shoes? How you relate to others can impact a situation’s outcome. This combination of social and emotional components work together and influence [...]

Read More

Al Cobos
03 / 16 / 2021

Motivational Conversation is the process of using questions to move people in a well-intended direction.  The questions are used to create conversations which lead to relationship building, or rapport.  As [...]

Read More

Kevin Morison
03 / 16 / 2021

Human trafficking is a complex problem that often crosses city, state and national borders. However, it is a local police officer or sheriff’s deputy who is typically the first [...]

Read More

Obed Magny
03 / 18 / 2021

With all of the negative press in policing, it takes a certain level of fortitude to navigate in a profession where there is so much negativity. Mental tenacity is important [...]

Read More

Michael Goold
03 / 23 / 2021

Psychology Safety is a belief that one will not be punished or humiliated for speaking up with ideas, questions, concerns or mistakes. Sounds easy and maybe a little “soft”. But [...]

Read More

Chris Jones
03 / 23 / 2021

The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) study is one of the world’s most massive research projects on childhood abuse and neglect.  A collaboration between the Center for Disease Control and [...]

Read More

Catherine A. Miller
David "Ship" Shipley
03 / 25 / 2021

What are your agency connections online? Is your agency connecting at all? Is your agency connecting but only a little bit, or with just a few surrounding jurisdictions?  Don’t [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson
03 / 30 / 2021

Policing is changing, and that means the way we talk about policing must change as well. The trust and transparency that public information officers and departments have built over the [...]

Read More

Alexandra Appleton
Natalie Weaver
03 / 30 / 2021

This webinar will share lessons learned from building a community advisory board from the ground up.  Too often these well-intentioned efforts fail, are ineffective, or cause serious unnecessary harm for [...]

Read More

Sean Goodison
04 / 01 / 2021

Police often are the first (and sometimes the only) point of government contact for persons experiencing homelessness (PEH). Although it has been common for police to rely on traditional law [...]

Read More

David Rosengard
04 / 01 / 2021

Animals seized in the course of cruelty cases have unique needs, which can pose challenges involving evidence preservation, unanticipated drains on law enforcement resources, and harm to the animals themselves. [...]

Read More

Wendy Hummell
04 / 06 / 2021

Have you ever felt physically or mentally exhausted, irritable, dissatisfied with your work, or had trouble sleeping?  If you work in the criminal justice field, you may have experienced compassion [...]

Read More

Brenda Dietzman
04 / 06 / 2021

Even with all the leadership training that is available, most employees still leave organizations because of poor leadership. In this webinar, learn in a straightforward, honest, and uncomplicated way the [...]

Read More

Tiffany Fuller
Tina Buneta
04 / 07 / 2021

911 First Responders have faced a variety of challenges in the last year. From pandemic response, to societal demands for change in public safety practices, 911 professionals have entered unchartered territory, and [...]

Read More

Mark Warren
04 / 13 / 2021

There are many times that organizations have someone high profile, at-risk, or a visiting dignitary that causes a security concern for the entity. Have you wondered whether you should raise [...]

Read More

Lindsay M. Gephardt
04 / 15 / 2021

Discussing the initial investigation, forensic interviews, physical evidence, and trial process, this webinar will highlight the various factors involved in reviewing a criminal case for child abuse or child neglect [...]

Read More

Cheryl Stewart
04 / 15 / 2021

Can you accurately read a situation and understand what’s really happening? Can you pick up on the emotional undercurrents that could be charging the environment? Decisions and the decision-making [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
04 / 20 / 2021

In this webinar, we will examine the need and use of and for after-action reports, debriefings, and hot washes after a non-routine incident. Best practices in conducting such activities will [...]

Read More

Joel Caplan, PhD
04 / 20 / 2021

Crime prevention efforts require strong capacities for data collection and analysis. This webinar will demonstrate how effective and sustainable efforts also need robust frameworks for collaborative problem-solving and community engagement. [...]

Read More

Dr. Stephen Odom
Amy Morgan
04 / 22 / 2021

Depression affects millions of people worldwide, and is the leading cause of disability, but it's still a mystery to many, and something that few want to admit they're experiencing. This [...]

Read More

Duane T. Bowers, LPC
04 / 27 / 2021

Our experience with the pandemic taught us that the short-term ‘self-care’ coping skills were effective for the first few months, but were not particularly effective in sustaining all of our [...]

Read More

Valarie Findlay
04 / 27 / 2021

Making use of and disseminating sensitive information, intelligence and materials within the standards of the Five-Eyes (FVEY) community is a complicated process with extraordinary responsibility and accountability within the scope [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson
Kate Kimble
04 / 29 / 2021

In an age when speed beats accuracy, it’s critical for justice agencies to develop communication strategies that hinge on transparency. Whether you’re breaking bad news or navigating complex [...]

Read More

Michelle Welch
04 / 29 / 2021

When should you charge?  Is it Simple or Gross Neglect?  When does it rise to Cruelty?  Do you know?  Are you letting them slide when you should be charging them?  [...]

Read More

Chris Brosan
05 / 04 / 2021

From dogs and cats to wildlife and livestock, law enforcement personnel often encounter animals on a weekly, if not daily basis. The challenges of carrying out law enforcement duties when [...]

Read More

Halcyon Frank
05 / 04 / 2021

You’ve interviewed, tested, and hired what you think are the best dispatch candidates. Now what? How do you orientate new employees to the sometimes high pace, high-stress world that [...]

Read More

Scott Wolfe
05 / 06 / 2021

Police officers hate training and the profession lacks a training culture. Whether it is completing state mandated re-certification training or going to a training program administered by an outside “expert” [...]

Read More

Sandra K. Antoniak
05 / 06 / 2021

The first lecture in this series focuses on severe violence perpetrated by individual children and youth. The series begins with a historical overview of select case studies of violence committed [...]

Read More

Sean Goodison
05 / 11 / 2021

Autonomous vehicles (AVs) promise many benefits, but questions remain about how law enforcement officers will interact with them. Officers likely will encounter new challenges related to technology, procedures, and constitutional [...]

Read More

Edward Paine
Hilary Weinberg
05 / 13 / 2021

Preparing a case for trial takes a lot of work.  Attorneys have to assess and mark their evidence, file motions and issue subpoenas.  Among the many tasks is the need [...]

Read More

Trevor Whipple
05 / 18 / 2021

 "Fruit of the poisonous tree" is a legal metaphor for a concept with significant implications for animal control and enforcement officers. This seminar will review critical evidence identification for animal [...]

Read More

Obed Magny
05 / 18 / 2021

Officers are more stressed than ever before and are struggling to cope with the new normal. This webinar is about how Justice professionals can use strategies to keep their employees [...]

Read More

Cheryl Stewart
05 / 20 / 2021

Public safety is fraught with stressful and tense situations. Your Emotional Intelligence can help you navigate these challenging situations effectively by capitalizing on your own flexibility, ability to tolerate and [...]

Read More

Marc Hildebrand
05 / 25 / 2021

Most people think the way I used to.  We don't have enough time within our busy career to focus on our health, connect with our family, and completely own our [...]

Read More

Gabrielle Salfati
05 / 27 / 2021

This talk will outline the most up to date research and evidence-based methods relating to behavioral crime scene analysis, specifically as relevant to cases of serious serial violent crime such [...]

Read More

Don Redmond
05 / 27 / 2021

While drones might be the latest buzz-worthy technology in law enforcement, understanding not only what drones are, but their limitations, capabilities, and – perhaps most importantly – what they can do for [...]

Read More

Emily LaGratta
06 / 01 / 2021

Websites have become vital tools to communicate ever-changing practices and policies during COVID-19. But simple word choices, topical priorities, and even omissions may be communicating the wrong message to the [...]

Read More

Jim Martin
06 / 15 / 2021

When the coronavirus pandemic struck, facilities from around the country had to quickly assess how they would respond. Faced by many challenges, facilities, from across the country, battled on a [...]

Read More

Wendy Rountree
Cody Telep
Jon Bottema
06 / 17 / 2021

This webinar provides an overview of the Phoenix Police Department’s Intelligence Officer Program. This innovative patrol-driven initiative was piloted in 2014 as part of a collaboration with Arizona State University. [...]

Read More

Cheryl Stewart
06 / 17 / 2021

Emotionally intelligent people have the ability to not only show or express feelings – but also to understand other people’s feelings. Whether your partner has had a frustrating day, or [...]

Read More

Jake Kamins
06 / 22 / 2021

In prosecuting animal cruelty offenses, success largely depends on the prosecutor’s witnesses testifying confidently and competently. (After all, our victims cannot take the stand for themselves!) Unfortunately, testifying in [...]

Read More

Al Cobos
06 / 24 / 2021

The need for Community Building has become increasingly complex.  Motivational Conversation is a method where building relationships through the use of well-placed questions will lead to better relationships with the [...]

Read More

Kate Kimble
06 / 24 / 2021

Speaking up during a crisis can be a daunting prospect, and many leaders default to silence when times get tough. However, the discussion will happen whether or not your agency [...]

Read More

Lois James, PhD
07 / 08 / 2021

Fatigue is a leading concern within the police profession. Police fatigue has safety, performance, health, and wellness effects that are critical to address and mitigate both the police and the [...]

Read More

Wendy Hummell
07 / 13 / 2021

In this webinar, we discuss the roots of resilience and how we can learn to move through adversity, not just bounce back.  The Stoic philosopher Heraclitus said, “No man steps [...]

Read More

David Rosengard
07 / 15 / 2021

In the United States, farmers raise billions of animals every year for their meat, milk, and eggs.  No federal laws govern how those animals are treated while they are on [...]

Read More

Brenda Dietzman
07 / 20 / 2021

Does your organization have meetings where nothing is really accomplished, and they seem to drag on forever?  Do you feel overwhelmed by your inbox and the unrelenting demands that come [...]

Read More

Jake Kamins
08 / 03 / 2021

Have you had too much success with animal cruelty case investigation and prosecution, and just really want to mess one up? Are you tired of keeping track of your evidence, [...]

Read More

Jim Martin
08 / 05 / 2021

When the coronavirus pandemic was in its infancy, NCCHC and MCSA both recognized the tremendous challenge it would pose for correctional institutions. We knew that sheriffs needed access to real-time [...]

Read More

Lindsay M. Gephardt
08 / 05 / 2021

A forensic interview is a fact-finding conversation with a child intended to elicit detailed information about a possible event that the child may have experienced or witnessed. These interviews are [...]

Read More

Obed Magny
08 / 10 / 2021

Whether its reform or defunding, changes in policing are taking place. ...In many cases without the police at the table. This webinar will discuss how policing can change for the [...]

Read More

Thomas Dworak
08 / 12 / 2021

Decisions, decisions, decision.  We make hundreds if not thousands of them every day.  And most of our decisions are made subconsciously, quickly and emotionally.  As a matter of fact, emotion [...]

Read More

Sandra K. Antoniak
08 / 17 / 2021

Risk assessment, when applied to youth who have committed physical or sexual violence, is the process of evaluating the youth for behaviors and characteristics that would impact the likelihood of [...]

Read More

Chris Jones
08 / 19 / 2021

The Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) was designed by the Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence and based on Dr. Jaquelyn Campbell’s “Danger Assessment.”  The LAP is an 11-question checklist that [...]

Read More

Gabrielle Salfati
09 / 02 / 2021

First responder and frontline occupations such as Law enforcement and the Fire Service are inherently stressful occupations, often leading to high rates of burnout that far surpass those of the [...]

Read More

Michelle Welch
09 / 09 / 2021

You are on a call and you find a lemur in a bathroom or venomous snakes behind a locked door.  What do you do?  What should you do?  Is it [...]

Read More

Dr. Stephen Odom
Amy Morgan
09 / 14 / 2021

Sometimes you hear about someone going "into treatment," and then you hear about, "when they came out of treatment," but it remains somewhat of a mystery about what goes on [...]

Read More

Wendy Hummell
Brenda Dietzman
09 / 16 / 2021

As women, it is important to be resilient for ourselves first and then for our families, friends, and community. But often, our ever-present “to-do” list gets in the way and [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson
09 / 21 / 2021

We live in a headline culture where thoughts and opinions are based more often than not on simply what is read in a headline. How do you compete with that? [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
09 / 23 / 2021

In this webinar, we will discuss current cutting-edge issues involving many facets of law enforcement and criminal justice in general. We will examine styles of policing along with their pros [...]

Read More

Kevin Morison
09 / 28 / 2021

Changing American policing begins with who agencies hire and how they are trained. While there has been considerable attention paid in recent years to improving police recruiting, the way new [...]

Read More

Chris Jones
09 / 30 / 2021

The MBTI is one of the most widely used personality tools in the world.  It is backed by 70 years of science-based research and is used by the majority of Fortune 500 [...]

Read More

Thomas Dworak
10 / 12 / 2021

Sometimes it seems the world has gone straight past crazy and directly to chaos.  A place where nothing makes sense and we can feel a great loss of control.  Many [...]

Read More

Rhea DuMont
10 / 12 / 2021

Navigating the justice process is a complex and confusing process, and victims and survivors often have limited system support when the person who caused them harm is placed onto community [...]

Read More

Jim Martin
10 / 26 / 2021

In today’s correctional landscape, there’s no room for overly competitive departments bickering. When departments cooperate to achieve organizational goals, tasks are completed faster and more efficiently, leading to [...]

Read More

Brenda Dietzman
11 / 02 / 2021

What if we started planning for ‘what comes next’ right now? Wherever you are in your career or life, start building your legacy and planning what life will be like [...]

Read More

Amy Morgan
11 / 09 / 2021

How many times have you heard about someone who retired, and then figured out that they had no idea what to do with themselves? In a First Responder career, and [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
11 / 18 / 2021

The purpose of this webinar is to provide the student with a deep understanding of what it means to be a police professional or public safety professionals.  We will ask [...]

Read More

Recorded Webinars

Gordon Ramsay

When it comes to addressing gun crimes, traditional reactive models of patrol and arrests just seem to be not enough anymore. As the trigger pullers in the community grow smarter, [...]

Read More

Halcyon Frank
Amy Morgan

Ensuring the safety of the public requires constant coordination between the agencies involved. Fire, EMS, law enforcement, dispatch – these are just some of the key stakeholders that must collaborate to [...]

Read More

Bill Pope
Craig Storer

There are ongoing FCC proceedings that aim to regulate the Inmate Calling Services (ICS) rates and fees. Changes proposed will impact the operations of prisons and jails in terms of [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson

If you’re finding yourself not performing at your best the past months, you’re not the only one. The past 9 months or so had been surreal, from natural disasters, [...]

Read More

Mark Warren

Active shooters tend to take their own lives immediately after they carried out their planned destruction. Thus, the motivation behind active shooter attacks remains to be somewhat of a mystery. [...]

Read More

Eric Knutson
Jeannette Dominguez
Anthony Norman

These days, recruiting for roles within the Police Department is quite the task. It requires agencies to have an awareness of what exactly they’re looking for, and what the [...]

Read More

David Grantham

Jails and prisons house some of law enforcement's best and unexpected assets. Individuals behind bars are some of the best information sources when it comes to uncovering crime operations. This [...]

Read More

Rob Weinhold

In the law enforcement arena, it is not a matter of if a crisis will hit, but when will it hit. Crises may mean time, money, customers, careers and, in [...]

Read More

Lois James, PhD
Renée J. Mitchell, J.D., Ph.D.

Implicit bias is a hot issue that the Justice Clearinghouse has covered in past webinars. However, most of these past discussions centered on defining implicit bias and how it manifests. [...]

Read More

Joe Alexander
Chris Williams

The COVID-19 pandemic truly changed how we live our lives. We were all forced to tweak how we do our daily transactions. It is even more stringent when it comes [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

To be able to have a great workforce, leaders and managers must work throughout the employee life cycle, from first day to farewell. There are so many resources on workforce [...]

Read More

Sean Goodison

Opioid use has reshaped American society in many ways – how drug trafficking and trade is being done, the drug dependency lifestyle perpetuated, the decreased life expectancy, the families it impacted. [...]

Read More

David Rosengard

Animal law has gone leaps and bounds over the last few years in ensuring that animals are afforded protections from forms of cruelty. There’s still work to be done [...]

Read More

Alexandra Duncan
Grant Phillips

Substance abuse is a type of disorder and as such, requires a treatment plan to rehabilitate individuals suffering from it. Currently, Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the standard of care [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

In an era when nearly everyone is equipped with a smart phone with audio-visual recording ability the number of recorded negative encounters between law enforcement and the public over the [...]

Read More

Amin Amini

When we talk about efficiency in call for service response, we typically think about the responder, the dispatcher relaying information, people’s training and familiarity with response protocol, or the [...]

Read More

Karla Ramirez
Frank Webb
J.C. Adams
John Colburn, PhD

Demands to defund the police are rather counterintuitive considering communities’ dependence on them to address any incident that is considered a threat to public safety or a nuisance to the [...]

Read More

Greg Goreck
Don Redmond
William “Fritz” Reber

Stories get modified as it is passed from one person to another, some details will be omitted, added, and at some point, things get lost in translation. The same is [...]

Read More

Kyle McLean
Scott Wolfe
Jeff Rojek

This webinar discusses the experience of conducting an RCT of a long-term, repetitive social interaction training program in two US police departments. Results of the study from survey data and [...]

Read More

Christopher W. Diorio

The online environment is a bustling economy. Big business is leveraging it selling services and products to people who are spending a sizeable chunk of their days on their devices. [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

Selling is a primary life skill. It may not be as obvious, but every day, we’re selling. Selling is a valuable skill that is being practiced in most of [...]

Read More

Brenda Dietzman

The helping profession has its two sides. One is positive, with words like noble and rewarding associated with it. On the other side, it is seen as a thankless job, [...]

Read More

Emily LaGratta
James Newman

Probation is that arm of the criminal justice system that ensures individuals who committed offenses in the past are going to be reintegrated back to the community as valuable, productive [...]

Read More

Christine Mullin
Adam Kirhagis

Sex offenders may be considered the bane of society that they are required to be registered. But not all of them are as compliant which then puts communities at risk. [...]

Read More

Jesse Loomis

A significant chunk of our lives now lives online. The last couple of months is a testament to the value of technology and our reliance on it now that we [...]

Read More

David Grantham

When we think about the criminal justice process, what is perceived to be the endgame is the conviction, where an offender is put behind bars. But in the bigger scheme [...]

Read More

Cherice Hopkins
Rebecca Burney

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Rights4Girls is one of the organizations at the forefront of ensuring that domestic violence is prevented, focusing particularly on the impact that family [...]

Read More

Anne Li Kringen

The Justice Clearinghouse has delivered numerous webinars tackling the value of social media for law enforcement. Whether it be a tool to keep communities safe, ensure citizens are up to [...]

Read More

Emily Lewis
David Rosengard

Understanding the status of animal in criminal animal cruelty cases may be a little bit more complex for those who are not as versed in this topic. This webinar, however, [...]

Read More

Gipsy Escobar

Various factions are claiming differing positions as facts that most of us may no longer be sure which of these to believe. In these times of information overload, one thing [...]

Read More

Obed Magny

In a profession inundated with public criticism, it takes perseverance and internal factors to remain motivated. Job satisfaction may be elusive but Dr. Obed Magny is back on the Justice [...]

Read More

Roger Blevins

Though often neglected medically & legally, child neglect is literally the most lethal of all forms of child maltreatment. This presentation will discuss the medical evaluation & diagnosis of child [...]

Read More

Michelle (Shelley) Turner
Camie Borsdorf
Laura Farmer

This is a continuation of the discussion on the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) Office of Victim Services (OVS) efforts to address domestic violence in a proactive manner. While the [...]

Read More

Andy Carrier
John McGuire
Kit Cummings
Rita Watkins
Eric Skidmore

In a previous related webinar, Rev. Eric Skidmore and Dr. Joseph Cheng provided an overview of the Post Critical Incident Seminars (PCIS) being conducted by the South Carolina Law Enforcement [...]

Read More

Jason Johnston
Michael Fletcher

The scope of law enforcement has broadened. Their responsibilities range from catching the bad guys and putting them behind bars, managing at-risk individuals from posing hazards to public safety to [...]

Read More

David Hyche

A comprehensive crime gun intelligence program is buttressed on identifying your jurisdiction’s most violent offenders. Doing so, however, cannot rely on guesswork, and instead requires a more systematic and [...]

Read More

B.J. Spamer

The Justice Clearinghouse has been covering topics surround missing persons and ambiguous loss, capturing the support needed by the families that are left behind, the challenges of the search, and [...]

Read More

Grant McDougall

Despite opposing opinions and stances on many factors surrounding school shootings, if there’s one thing that the entire population can agree on it, it is that the carnage has [...]

Read More

Andrew Campbell

This webinar will describe the desperate need to bridge critical gaps that currently exist in domestic violence research and literature. We'll cover improving batterer intervention programs to better address mental [...]

Read More

Sandra K. Antoniak

Juvenile justice has made progress over the last century in terms of defining the age of criminal liability. While there are still areas that require fine-tuning, the understanding of neurosciences, [...]

Read More

Jeff Thompson, Ph.D.
Kevin Morison

More officers are dying by suicide than line of duty deaths. This conveys that while they’re well prepared and trained to handle critical incidents and dodge attacks and bullets, [...]

Read More

Brian Williamson
Joseph Hoebeke
Michael M. Brown
Kimberly Miller
Deanna Cantrell

The world today is rife with issues that challenge people’s priorities and politics particularly for those who were bequeathed with the mandate to keep the peace and safety of [...]

Read More

Halcyon Frank
Amy Morgan

Dispatchers are the very frontline of the public safety sector. They play a critical role in response as they’re the first ones who get information on what’s happening [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

Bruce Lee is famously quoted for saying “Be Water, my friend,” but what does it exactly mean? Dr. Kimberly Miller is back on the Justice Clearinghouse to dissect what exactly [...]

Read More

Al Cobos

Ethics is one of those  concepts that we all know at the back of our minds, but rarely are there active discussions on how it impacts our decisions – both on [...]

Read More

Thomas Dworak

Emotional Intelligence (EI) is about understanding and managing your emotions, along with the ability to establish and maintain relationships with others. Law Enforcement, Corrections, Parole or Courts are a relationship-driven [...]

Read More

Dr. Joseph C. Cheng
Eric Skidmore

Individuals working in the law enforcement, public safety, and emergency response field are often exposed to sensitive if not completely gruesome events on the job. Line of duty shootings, high-speed [...]

Read More

Adam Leath

Employee attrition and talent acquisition cost agencies a lot. According to a research, it costs an estimated $5,000 each time an employee leaves and requires to be replaced by another. With [...]

Read More

Kimmy Moon
Eden Ruiz-Lopez

While elder abuse occurs across cultural lines, cultural aspects can present both aggravating and mitigating factors on the likelihood of abuse from transpiring. This course will dissect the intersection of [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

Employment discrimination against a member of a protected class is something that any developed society should aim to eliminate. With the current political climate, the public scrutinizes every move that [...]

Read More

Sean Goodison

Webinar Video Clip: Understanding the Dark Web   What criminals have always wanted is for their activities to remain undetected. This makes committing these crimes online somewhat inevitable – some of [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Police work is often associated with keeping the community safe through crime reduction, investigation, and maintaining peace and order. But one facet that touches the community the most is their [...]

Read More

Mitch Shim
Maria Volakhava

In 2020, effectively deploying law enforcement budget is more important than ever before. Whether you’re purchasing equipment for security, protection, combat, or emergency response, ensuring that you’re stewarding taxpayer [...]

Read More

Shelly Katkowski

Webinar Video Clip: Suicide by Cop Protocols and Training Guide Law enforcement protocols are highly scrutinized as of late. Responding officers are specially trained to de-escalate in-crisis individuals, but in [...]

Read More

Justin Steinke

Public Safety agencies around the world are embracing drones to help save lives and property - quickly evolving the way all types of Public Safety agencies and organizations operate. For [...]

Read More

Monica Player

Protection orders are just one of the mechanisms that the justice system put into place to protect victims from retaliation or harassment from their offenders, often seen in domestic violence [...]

Read More

Obed Magny

Everyone can experience trauma, for individuals working in industries that deal with critical incidents and emergencies, the risk of exposure to trauma is further aggravated. The community’s helpers need [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

Most of the changes in our lives are either ones that we mindfully laid out and prepare for or ones that disrupt our routines out of the blue. Our reaction [...]

Read More

Tina Frundt
Rebecca Burney

Sexual exploitation of children and minors has got to be one of the worst things in our society and everyone probably agrees that we must do everything within our power [...]

Read More

Michael Goold

This webinar will introduce you to the principle of Emotional Intelligence and how you can prevent emotional hijacks, give yourself a yellow card, and “read” the emotions of others to [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

It’s been told that the COVID-19 pandemic is the kind of storm that puts us all in the same boat, unfortunately, this isn’t exactly the case. When such [...]

Read More

Mark Dolfi
Stephen Bevan
Tim Meyerhoff
Michael Cuti
Jason Thompson

Technology made our lives easier. The world we live in has been made so much more efficient through technology – transactions and processes have become more straightforward and seamless, systems and [...]

Read More

Cara Rabe-Hemp
Sheryl Victorian

Success is elusive to those who gauge it with money, status, or fame. But when we come to understand that success is relative, it becomes a more feasible concept to [...]

Read More

Jake Kamins

A collaborative approach is seen to be effective in the law enforcement and justice profession. It also highlights that the players’ involvement in a case makes all the difference. Just [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

In any organization, there will be hierarchy, different teams, cogs in a machine, playing vital roles to move things forward. It might be impossible to find an organization that does [...]

Read More

Bob Troyer
Tom Brandon

Developments over the last couple of weeks paved the path to a movement that demands defunding of law enforcement – a seemingly simplistic, even counterintuitive solution to ineffective policing. Law enforcement [...]

Read More

Tina Buneta
Doreen Jokerst
Kimberly Miller
Deanna Cantrell

True leaders welcome insights from others to become better. There are lots of resources – books, conferences,  coaches, and mentors – that offer leadership development advice. However, for female leaders, these may [...]

Read More

Katharine Manning

Amanda Nguyen was a college student at Harvard. She was sexually assaulted and wasn’t sure if she wanted to report to the police or not. While most people would [...]

Read More

Grant McDougall

Trauma is typically associated with extreme life-altering experiences. However, the concept of cumulative trauma is quite different from this. As the term suggests, it happens in a slow, repeated, and [...]

Read More

Lindsay M. Gephardt

One of the best parts of working in the criminal justice system is the sense of fulfillment that an individual gets knowing that their work helps to keep people safe. [...]

Read More

Jessica Lauginiger

Large-scale animal cases that involve seizures may seem like an overwhelming operation. Any law enforcement or animal control officer may find themselves daunted by what it will entail and the [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

Webinar Video Clip: Owning Racism & Living the Solution There’s been public outcry over numerous incidents that‘s been happening all over the US seen to be fueled by [...]

Read More

Martha Smith-Blackmore, DVM
Jessica Rock

There’s been more and more awareness of animal cruelty and its link to human violence and crimes. However, despite this awareness, some agencies still don’t have enough practical [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

Recent turn of events has the public looking at constitutional rights. It becomes a question of where do their fists end and our noses begin for those working in the [...]

Read More

Sherrill Wayland
Bonnie Olsen

Webinar Video Clip: Increased Risks for Elder Abuse among the LGBTQ Community.   Life can be tough when you’re on the fringe, and for LGBT Elders, this feeling is [...]

Read More

Brenda Dietzman

Generalizing people based on the generation they belong to is seemingly apparent in the current zeitgeist. What should have been an opportunity to better understand people and provide support based [...]

Read More

Beth Bouchard
Lisa Goldblatt Grace
Cherice Hopkins
Rebecca Burney

By virtue of the sensitive nature of the crime, the vulnerability of the victims, the various agencies involved to address the problem, the long-term support required to keep survivors from [...]

Read More

Richard Goldberg
Andrea Higgens
Jenefer Duane

Webinar Video Clip: Suspicious Activity Reports - Taking Your Elder Financial Abuse Investigations to the Next Level   The multi-disciplinary approach required when handling Elder Financial Exploitation (EFE) cases has [...]

Read More

Jonas Baughman
Joel Caplan, PhD

Law enforcement agencies have employed various approaches when it comes to their efforts to curb criminal activities and maintain the safety of the communities they serve. This webinar will unpack [...]

Read More

Al Cobos

It takes one bad apple to spoil the bunch, one bad incident to forget all the good that’s been done. Outlier events are putting the whole law enforcement arena [...]

Read More

Christopher W. Diorio

Webinar Video Clip: An In-Depth Look at Darknet Marketplaces   In his previous webinar, Special Agent Christopher W. Diorio provided an intro to the Dark Web. This time around, he [...]

Read More

Michael Goold

Webinar Video Clip: Like Being the Boss? You'll Need Your Team to Stay that Way!   Law enforcement is currently under scrutiny. One can only imagine how challenging it may [...]

Read More

Denise Beagley

There are numerous complex issues that the world is dealing with daily that one may wonder is there a way to fix any of these? While there is no absolute [...]

Read More

Talitha Guinn-Shaver
Jenefer Duane

Working on elder financial exploitation cases requires mobilization from separate entities. APS, law enforcement, financial institutions - these are just some of the sectors that must collaborate to trace the [...]

Read More

Ruby Barraza
Victoria Riechers, MA

Victims deal with lots of barriers when it comes to seeking support, assistance, or justice itself. It becomes a double whammy when the victim is part of a marginalized sector [...]

Read More

Diane Robinson

Hurricane Dorian is one of the most recent storms that created massive devastation within the west of the Atlantic Ocean.  It struck the Bahamas and other neighboring islands and also [...]

Read More

Andrew Campbell

Webinar Video Clip: More Than Words - The Emotional Maltreatment of Children   There are different types of abuse, but regardless of the type of abuse a victim experiences, the [...]

Read More

Wendy Stiver

When push comes to shove planning and preparedness can only go so far. In these instances, building and fostering relationships has been proven to be effective in getting the resources [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

Knowledge of legal concepts, albeit the most basic ones, provides all of us with a better understanding of how things work and how to traverse certain situations. This is particularly [...]

Read More

Janne Gaub

Body-worn cameras (BWCs) may be seen as the future of law enforcement, and the use of the technology has spread across the US and even globally. But the question remains, [...]

Read More

Justin Holloway
Suzann Cromer
Mike Eberhardt

The ATF National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) is a game-changer when it comes to crime gun strategy. It is then imperative to ensure law enforcement agencies are aware of [...]

Read More

James S. Stewart
Nikki Carson
Shelagh Dorn

Recruitment and retention in the law enforcement field has been challenging in the past couple of years. With less applicants and more retiring or eligible to retire, agencies became more [...]

Read More

Mark Warren

Webinar Video Clip: Domestic Violence Comes to Work -- Signs Symptoms and Response  Too often, domestic violence is a problem that remains contained within the walls of the household. But [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

The Doctor is IN. Join us for the finale of this thought-provoking series about Resiliency, Leadership and the Challenging time we're living through. Dr. Kimberly Miller will be answering questions [...]

Read More

Michelle Welch

Numerous studies have established the correlation of animal cruelty to other violent crimes. Collateral crimes linked include family violence, sexual abuse, serial killers and mass shooters, organized crimes, and even [...]

Read More

Katharine Manning

Webinar Video Clip: Victim Rights in a Post Epstein World It took decades for victims to fight for their rights and have their voices heard. Victims aren’t always aware [...]

Read More

Audra Houghton

Investigating animal crimes can be a lot of work as it is, but dealing with large animals can make it even more tedious. Past Justice Clearinghouse animal welfare and control [...]

Read More

Duane T. Bowers, LPC

This is the third installment of Duane Bowers’ Child Trauma webinar series. It started with a course that covered a comprehensive introduction to childhood trauma. The second one provided guidelines [...]

Read More

Tina Buneta
Joseph Hoebeke
Doreen Jokerst
Justin Smith
William Beck
Jack Cauley
Kimberly Miller

Webinar Video Clip: Leadership on the Front Lines - Navigating the COVID-19 Pandemic    COVID-19 is testing everyone’s resilience. People are experiencing anxiety over their mobility, safety, livelihood, and [...]

Read More

Daniel Dubief
Michael Fletcher

Our world is now heavily dependent on technology, and it is no different when it comes to emergency response. When it comes to public safety, leveraging the latest technology to [...]

Read More

Don McCrea

Use of force incidents set back law enforcement agencies hundred-million dollars’ worth of settlement payout. And yet, when asked about challenges in the job, they cite a lack of resources [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

This is the second installment of Dr. Kimberly Miller’s webinar series on resilience and bounceability. This time around, she will be providing six additional tools that can be integrated [...]

Read More

Jake Kamins

Webinar Video Clip: Working with Your Local Vet   There is value in having an expert witness to prove a case beyond reasonable doubt. This is particularly true in animal [...]

Read More

Madeline Bernstein
Scott Page
Scott Giacoppo
Trevor Whipple

No one was really fully prepared when COVID-19 struck. But it helps to have some level of planning with protocols and policies in place for agencies to maneuver when disasters [...]

Read More

David J. Rogers

A missing person is a person who has disappeared and whose status as alive or dead cannot be confirmed as their location and fate are not known. A broad definition [...]

Read More

Hilary Weinberg

We worry about concussions due to sports injuries or car accidents but rarely do we consider if a domestic violence victim may be concussed from physical blows to the face [...]

Read More

Daniel McDonald

Amidst the COVID-19 crisis, we are all told to stay home and stay safe. But what happens to those who do not have homes? Under normal circumstances, there are more [...]

Read More

Halcyon Frank

Preparation is key for 9-1-1 centers in every scenario.  Mass shooting incidents are increasing throughout the country.  Preparing for the initial calls, gathering the information, and relaying that information [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

What the whole world is going through right now is testing all of us – from the government’s decision-making to things that we have better control of like our discipline, [...]

Read More

Dr. Babatunde Okuleye, M.D., MBA
Robin Timme
Jennifer Horney

This is the second part of the Corrections and COVID-19 series made possible through the Falcon Correctional and Community Services, Inc. Topics covered in the first installment are the epidemiology [...]

Read More

Jessica Rock

Working on domestic violence cases can get tricky. Victims may not want to leave their abusers and may not want to cooperate during the trial. In such instances, the role [...]

Read More

Sarah Mostyn
Kevin Morison

Law enforcement agencies are facing a crisis. Pressures from different sides pose multiple threats to the workforce as agencies remain understaffed, the number of applications dwindling, voluntary retirement rising, and [...]

Read More

Victoria Riechers, MA

Sexual violence in persons with disabilities is a complex issue with numerous factors that can lead to further victimization and traumatization of the individual. This session aims to provide an [...]

Read More

Robin Timme
Jennifer Horney
Scott Semple
Elias A. Diggins

Strange times we’re in right now and it’s affected our consciousness on a whole new level. There is a threat – we cannot see it, but we know it’[...]

Read More

Dan Fisher

This course is the third installment of Justice Clearinghouse’s Gang Related Crime Series. The first part introduced us to criminal street gangs and gang-related crimes. Meanwhile,  the second course [...]

Read More

Chris Jones

Any public sector initiative is only as good as the community support it gets. But rallying the community is easier said than done. This course aims to provide pointers on [...]

Read More

Nicholas Augustine

As the human population rise, so does the demand for services that will ensure their safety and security. Unfortunately, law enforcement agencies are seeing a decline in the number of [...]

Read More

Denise Beagley

We’ve all come to understand that to be successful in our professional or personal lives, it requires more than just IQ. Justice Clearinghouse has featured numerous courses detailing the [...]

Read More

Andrew Campbell

This webinar provides a unique take on domestic violence prevention, identification, and intervention by enabling participants to develop a multi-disciplinary perspective of violence in the home. Results from my national [...]

Read More

Michael Lieberman
Jessica Reaves

Hate crimes are those that are committed to individuals over reasons like the color of their skin, the religion they practice, the heritage of their parents, the disability they possess, [...]

Read More

Darrel W. Stephens
Peter Bellmio

Community safety is so much more than just law enforcement making arrests. It entails the community’s cooperation and other agencies’ collaboration to make the efforts more effective and comprehensive. [...]

Read More

Christopher W. Diorio

You probably have seen the Iceberg image going around online about the Dark Web. It exudes a sense of mystery and ominousness on something that people aren’t familiar with. [...]

Read More

Thomas Dworak

It’s been established that individuals can get trauma from repeated exposure to details of distressing events. Dispatchers who are in the front lines receiving emergency calls for service from [...]

Read More

David J. Rogers

Native Americans comprise about 1% of the total US population, but the missing and unsolved homicide cases within their segment is staggering. Compared to the national average, Indian Country’s violent [...]

Read More

Laurie Blevins
Roger Blevins

Proving abuse can be infuriating. Victims are questioned on the validity of the claim of abuse and are subjected to retraumatization as the incident is recounted in court.  In such [...]

Read More

Ed Jamison
Scott Giacoppo
Nick Lippincott

The animal care and control field is seeing more and more innovation. Changes in approaches,  technology, and even staffing allow agencies to better serve the communities. This session’s speakers [...]

Read More

Sean Goodison

The private sector is making innovations and improvements in how they conduct their business, and the public sector is definitely following suit. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced that [...]

Read More

Duane T. Bowers, LPC

This is the second installment of this Justice Clearinghouse series on childhood trauma. While the first one provided an introduction to childhood trauma, this one offers pointers on the things [...]

Read More

Andrew Laurence
Amanda Bixler

Sometimes, despite best effort, practices and technology, a case investigation arrives at a dead-end. If only there is a process that can provide scientifically-validated leads and support to existing processes [...]

Read More

Michael Parker

There are lots of fish in the sea. Unfortunately, not all of them are qualified to become peace officers. The challenge of recruitment is very real for public safety and [...]

Read More

Amy Taylor
Michelle Welch

As with almost anything in life, preparation makes all the difference. This certainly is the case when it comes to court proceeding, specifically for witness testimonies. To talk about witness [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

This is the second course in the Officer-Involved Shooting (OIS) webinar series conducted by Rick Hodsdon. The first part unpacked the nitty-gritty of determining the party to conduct investigations on [...]

Read More

Chase Wetherington

Law enforcement is a field that is considered heroic. So is military service. So it kind of makes sense that the skills and expertise of military veterans be leveraged for [...]

Read More

Cassie Johnson

What is a law enforcement planner? It isn’t as easily defined as it not specifically just one title or person. What identifies the role is its roots in data-informed [...]

Read More

Naomi Smoot

It is not unusual for people who become entwined in the justice system to experience certain hindrances and limitations when it comes to their opportunities in life. Securing education, housing [...]

Read More

Jake Kamins

Cases on animal cruelty or neglect can be difficult to investigate or prosecute. Lack of knowledge and education on statutes to use and procedures to do certainly makes these cases [...]

Read More

Renée J. Mitchell, J.D., Ph.D.
Rachel Tolber

Evidence-based policing (EBP) is more than a buzzword or trendy approach in law enforcement. It is an effort to ensure that law enforcement practices, programs, and policies will be effective, [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson

People’s lives are now online and expect the same for the public sector – to deliver services, provide information, and engage with the population online, and in critical situations, real-time. [...]

Read More

Kate Loudenslagel
Hilary Weinberg

The lethality of strangulation is severe but proving it can be problematic. Difficulties may arise because of the lack of outward injuries, the defendant claiming self-defense, or the victim recanting [...]

Read More

Duane T. Bowers, LPC

Traumatic events can have lasting effects on people – more so if it is children who have limited understanding and lack awareness when it comes to regulation their own behavior and [...]

Read More

Kimberly Miller

Every organization has a set of core values and mission statement. It is from these and the people within that the organizational culture is formed. These are the factors that [...]

Read More

Wes Dotson

This session is the final installment of the Autism Spectrum Disorder webinar series. Tying up what was discussed and applying what was learned in the first three webinars, this session [...]

Read More

Martin Hoff

In our attempt to make things easier in today’s world, we might be inadvertently making things complicated too. With all the innovations we’re seeing, everyone is playing catch [...]

Read More

Sonia Quiñones
Karin Montejo

Leadership is a word that carries so much weight – power, influence, responsibility, and wisdom are just a few words that are associated with it. While some may be hesitant to [...]

Read More

David J. Rogers

Statistics show the level that drug trafficking and addiction has impacted Indian Country. Characteristics unique to Indian Country – oppression, displacement, isolation, poverty – make them susceptible to be victimized or commit [...]

Read More

Addison Owen
Jessica Ellefritz
Ron Nichols

Change is good, it allows us to grow and improve but making changes can be challenging. It takes so much more than just intention to make it stick – especially when [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

Officer-involved shootings are one of those things that law enforcement agencies dread to be dealt upon them. There will be questions on the officer’s competency, the agency’s credibility, [...]

Read More

Shannon Struble
Michael G. Gingold

It can be tricky to Investigate and prosecute gang crimes. Mere hearsay that a gang is involved in some incident is not enough to prove that the crime is actually [...]

Read More

Harry Glidden

Law enforcement is supposed to be the guardian and protector of the communities that they serve. But somewhere along the way, distrust and animosity grew between the communities and law [...]

Read More

Daniel McDonald

After answering the whys for a law enforcement agency to launch their own Police Homeless Outreach Team (HOT), Daniel McDonald’s second webinar in the series will deep-dive into the [...]

Read More

Trevor Whipple

Numerous studies have established the link between animal cruelty to other violent crimes. Making a difference requires that this knowledge be made useful by fully understanding its implications and applying [...]

Read More

Rich Myers
Linda L. Chezem

Different locations experience different issues when it comes to preserving peace and safety. Various factors like geography and topography, population, available manpower and budget all play important roles on whether [...]

Read More

Dan Phillips
Brandon “Choe” Sergent, M. Th.,

Jails and prisons have their challenges and would greatly benefit from help from the community. Religious organizations are willing to provide whatever help they can extend, but they too, identify [...]

Read More

Peter Bellmio

Public safety agencies are doing the best that they can to make sure that the communities they serve remain safe and peaceful. But still, there will be certain things that [...]

Read More

Chris Jones

This webinar will cover the different Myers-Briggs personality type dichotomies.  By understanding these dichotomies, participants will better understand the innate personality traits of not only themselves but their coworkers as [...]

Read More

Cecelia Rosser
Wendy Rich-Goldschmidt

Following the Women in Policing webinar series that covered various gender dynamics, diversity and women issues in the law enforcement field, this session will provide strategies to address issues related [...]

Read More

Jonathan Parker

The second installment of a two-part series, Jonathan Parker is back on Justice Clearinghouse to continue on his Watch Your Six course. In the first part, Jonathan unpacked the six [...]

Read More

Stacey A. Wright

Cyberthreats exist and they evolve. With this in mind, it is always recommended to stay on top of things when it comes to cybersecurity. Anyone call fall victim to these [...]

Read More

Michael Gomez

On the first installment of this webinar series, Dr. Wes Dotson provided a comprehensive introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In this session, Dr. Michael Gomez will talk about the [...]

Read More

John Snook
Carrie Hill

Criminal justice agencies are bearing the brunt of the mental health crisis – in cost, time, and manpower. Despite numerous initiatives from different segments of the criminal justice system, from training [...]

Read More

Jonathan Parker

It’s s been said that in life we juggle rubber and glass balls. The rubber balls represent aspects of our life that we can bounce back from. The glass [...]

Read More

Stephen Luce
Rich Myers
Joseph Flies-Away
Linda L. Chezem

Dealing with the issue of substance abuse for law enforcement agencies is truly painstaking. This only gets worse when there are barriers like lack of resources and systems to ensure [...]

Read More

Corey Dobridnia

Any public agency knows that a community’s trust is the best measure of return of investment. And how does an organization gain trust? Through its engagement with the community [...]

Read More

Wes Dotson

First responders and justice professionals deal with people from all walks of life and it makes all the difference when they know how to best respond and interact with them. [...]

Read More

Alyssa Neumann
Julie Schoen

How we are communicating is just as important as the message we’re trying to convey. This is especially true when what we’re trying to communicate is a little [...]

Read More

Diane Robinson

Animal cruelty cases go beyond companion animals like dogs and cats, it also includes farm and wild animals. There are millions of horses all over the United States, even more [...]

Read More

Karen Solomon
Amy Morgan

Articles, photos, reminders, and chain messages are making rounds on the internet encouraging people to be cognizant of potential mental health issues others are experiencing – to be wary, listen, support, [...]

Read More

Jenny Edwards

Bestiality is one of those things that people don’t want to think or talk about. Avoiding the topic, however, causes more harm than addressing this issue head on. Over [...]

Read More

Karen Ziegler

Public safety and law enforcement agencies would undoubtedly agree that there are numerous things that they can improve – technology, processes or equipment that would allow them to provide better service. [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

Most of the world is now online. This definitely altered our reality, changing how humans deal with their personal lives, the workplace, the society and its government. Technology provides conveniences [...]

Read More

Margery Broadwater

innovations, mugshots become a key piece in investigations through the FBI’s Interstate Photo System (IPS). Joining Justice Clearinghouse to talk about this initiative is Margery Broadwater, the Lead Analyst [...]

Read More

Chris Jones

Just as the media frenzy of one mass shooting incident seems to have died down, another one hits us. It is especially heartbreaking when it is a school shooting and [...]

Read More

Wayne C. Beyer, Esq.

A career in law enforcement grants specific powers, but it also comes with a set of obligations and limitations on one’s conduct and rights. It may seem like a [...]

Read More

Colin McNally

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has been creating age progressions for long term missing children since 1989. The forensic artists also create facial reconstructions from unidentified remains of [...]

Read More

Alan Lawitz, ESQ
Karen Webber

Elder abuse incidents go unnoticed and unreported especially if it does not cause apparent injuries. One aspect of elder abuse that is rarely discovered until it’s too late is [...]

Read More

William Babb
Michael G. Gingold

This webinar will serve as a primer for basic gang investigation and prosecution.  It will focus on different types of gangs, the importance of documenting gang members and gangs, and [...]

Read More

Dr. Mallory O’Brien
John Hollway

There is much to be learned from our mistakes and failures – and it is this concept that is the foundation of Sentinel Events. Different industries have employed this learning approach [...]

Read More

Karin Montejo

Communication skills play a critical role in achieving success in your career. Research in this area has recognized men and women differ in their communication styles. How we communicate goes [...]

Read More

Dan Phillips

Law enforcement officers find themselves dealing with people from all walks of life daily – and it includes people with mental health issues. These people might end up in jails and [...]

Read More

Mike Kersey
Linda L. Chezem

More and more jurisdictions are shifting their perspective when it comes to shooter incidents. Gone are the days of, “It won’t happen here”, and being replaced by preparedness and [...]

Read More

Peter Bellmio

Next Generation 911 is being integrated by public safety agencies in their goal to enhance emergency services through improved communications powered by wireless technology. As more and more communities are adopting [...]

Read More

Daniel McDonald

The state of homelessness is getting worse, and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development highlighted the magnitude of the issue reporting that more than half a million [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

One of the ways that public service agencies measure their performance is through the trust that the community places upon them. With this in mind, every government employee is held [...]

Read More

Anne Li Kringen
Paige Valenta

Performance evaluation in policing is often focused on simplistic objectives based on outcomes. Doing so fails to capture all the other facets of policing that goes beyond arrests, tickets and [...]

Read More

Evie Monnington-Taylor

Diversity is being widely advocated in today’s society. This is no different in the workplace with the belief that it is the differences in views and experiences that allows [...]

Read More

Lanae Holmes

Online enticement involves an individual communicating with someone believed to be a child via the internet with the intent to commit a sexual offense or abduction. How are children vulnerable [...]

Read More

Richard Samuels
Michelle Welch

People, especially those living in the cities are not aware that cockfighting continues to exist to this day. It is prevalent especially in more rural and secluded areas – where the [...]

Read More

Rob Weinhold

We often think that we’re all prepared and got all bases covered until a crisis hits us. A crisis can just turn lives and organizations 180 degrees, disrupting established systems [...]

Read More

Claudine Wilkins

The urgency in the need to address animal abuse is established through the well-supported findings that link animal cruelty to other crimes. Awareness of animal law can definitely still be [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

How to master policework and be a great police officer? The concept is abstract but somehow Dr. Jeff Fox is able to provide a crash course. Highlights of the book [...]

Read More

Alexander Weiss

Patrol workload staffing can be tedious. It may require trial and error before getting to that optimized point where the staff allocation is exactly the level needed to fully cover [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson

The use of social media gave people the freedom and power to share their stories and experiences. Some abused this which resulted in the proliferation of false information and fake [...]

Read More

Laurie Blevins
Roger Blevins

Hearing the details of child sexual abuse incidents and cases is dreadful. Unknown to most of us is that ninety-five percent of all delayed child sexual abuse examinations turn out [...]

Read More

Jeff Sweetin

Law enforcement is an elite profession that comes with specific skills and training. These are in demand for private establishments that desire to have a certain level of expertise in [...]

Read More

Cara Rabe-Hemp
Sheryl Victorian

Law enforcement is a male-dominated field and one has to ask if it is the culture that is preventing women from joining it and rise to leadership positions. From addressing [...]

Read More

Terry Mills

Animal fighting is one of the most barbaric crimes out there. The scene and aftermath of such fights, with bloodied if not dead animals, are just downright gruesome. This may [...]

Read More

Wayne C. Beyer, Esq.

Your job brings you in contact with the criminally accused, but now you are called the “defendant” in a civil case. What are the steps in civil litigation? Is your [...]

Read More

Ray Nash

Law enforcement is identified to be one of the most stressful professions. But more often than not, what’s keeping our police, corrections and probation officers stressed out isn’t [...]

Read More

Corey Yunke

Any agency that delivers services to the community understands the value in engaging the citizens and that return on investment is measured through the trust earned. It’s another story [...]

Read More

David J. Rogers

The plight of Native Americans is a convoluted one. From being the guardians of the land, they were robbed off of it or relocated or were left with a tiny [...]

Read More

Jason Winsky

Law enforcement and mental health support services intersect in drug abuse cases. Tucson recognized the link between two disciplines when they conceptualized their Mental Health Support Team that allowed people [...]

Read More

Abby Potash

On the first part of this series, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) discussed family abductions including misconceptions, statistics, risks, responses and resources available for such cases. On [...]

Read More

Mike Eberhardt
Pete Gagliardi

Whether implementing a regional or agency-wide preventive crime gun strategy, the establishment of formal policies is a critical factor that must be addressed.  These policies can be wide ranging in [...]

Read More

James Williams
Ken Clary

When people refer to car crashes as accidents, it gives a tone that there isn’t much anyone can do to prevent it. But through evidence-based policing, the Metropolitan Nashville [...]

Read More

John G. Peters, Jr., Ph.D.

Different factors come into play in use of force incidents. However, a thorough understanding between use of force standards and force options, coupled with an approach that begins with the [...]

Read More

Estee Woods
Michael Fletcher

With advanced technology, law enforcement agencies benefit from the ability to be at the right place at the right time — and with the right tools to enable critical communications so [...]

Read More

Marisa McKeown
Ron Nichols

A collaborative approach has been espoused by different sectors in addressing some of their most pressing issues. It is no different when it comes to crime gun prevention and investigation. [...]

Read More

Chase Wetherington

It wasn’t until about 50 years ago that the law enforcement field actually implemented efforts to encourage its members to pursue higher level of education. Prior this, just about anyone [...]

Read More

Rachel Tolber
Natalie Todak

Studies show that there is a very evident lack of representation of women in policing especially in leadership positions. Further, the lack of literature and researches surrounding the topic of [...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon

The United States Supreme Court decision of Garrity v. New Jersey became the baseline in which government employees have the right to be free from compulsory self-incrimination. However, the concept [...]

Read More

Laurie L. Wood

The nature of hate crime is differentiated from all other types of crime such that its motivation is deeply rooted prejudice against specific segments of society over things that a [...]

Read More

Jeremiah Johnson
Jason Potts

When it comes to policing initiatives, it really helps not having to start from scratch. Evidence-based policing (EBP) advocates an approach that does not involve reinventing the wheel, instead, it [...]

Read More

Michelle Welch

Animal hoarding cases are tedious – just the sheer number of animals in such cases and the logistics involved can be challenging. Add the difficulty of as well as treading the [...]

Read More

Alana Negroni

Stress seems to be inevitable these days – in our work, relationships, and life brought about by the competitive, fast-paced lifestyles we’re leading and external factors and circumstances we’re [...]

Read More

Corey Yunke

From being a place in the internet where students merely kill their time to connect and meet people through their network of friends, social media has evolved into a one-stop [...]

Read More

Rich Martin

In 2018, CareerCast ranked policing as the fourth most stressful job in the US brought about by the dangerous and demanding nature of the profession. When an individual’s stress is [...]

Read More

Jason Winsky

Responding to those experiencing mental health challenges or addiction requires a unique set of skills that many in law enforcement simply don't have. Knowing the challenges facing their jurisdiction, the [...]

Read More

Adam Leath

  We live in a world surrounded by social media.  Those who perpetrate animal abuse are all too eager to share information on numerous social media sites. The trained investigator [...]

Read More

Jessica Rock

The responsibility of law enforcement does not end with going to the scene of the crime or catching the bad guys. It also includes coming to court and testifying as [...]

Read More

Peter Bellmio

One of the most common problems encountered by law enforcement agencies is the allocation of their resources. Various approaches have been employed by agencies not just around the US but [...]

Read More

Caroline Teague

Every year children in the United States are wrongfully removed or retained by a parent or family member. When a child is abducted by a family member, the parent who [...]

Read More

Denise Beagley

A significant chunk of the population has gone through a traumatic experience in their lives – it has become the norm and no longer the exception. Because of this, awareness efforts [...]

Read More

Ivonne Roman

More than a buzzword, equality produced numerous campaigns that call to provide equal rights for different segments of society. Policing is likewise facing the impact of discrimination as the number [...]

Read More

Sam Johnson
Steve Levorchick
AJ "Andy" Louderback
Jason Henkel

The number of law enforcement line of duty deaths is observed to have increased, a significant chunk of these fatalities are from firearms. In 2018 alone, 49 law enforcement officers killed with [...]

Read More

For the general population, only 9% meet the criteria for PTSD across their lifespan, but in correctional populations, almost 100% experienced trauma in their life.  The correctional setting is found to be [...]

Read More

Mark Warren

In this three-part seminar series we start with a question we often use in class: Somewhere in your community today, there is someone that you believe could be capable of [...]

Read More

Janee’ Boswell

Back in 2013, Colorado was devastated by a natural disaster that affected 17 counties with lives lost, properties destroyed or damaged, and families and animals displaced – at least $2 billion worth of losses. [...]

Read More

Claudine Wilkins

Over the past few years, more attention is drawn to the gravity of animal cruelty cases and how it often coexists with other link crimes as domestic abuse, fraud, drug [...]

Read More

Eric Witzig
Thomas Hargrove

The Murder Accountability Project (MAP) is a non-profit initiative from experts in the field of investigations, criminal justice and the media to bridge the gap that prevents the successful resolution [...]

Read More

Robert "Sully" Sullenberger
Jason Oehlkers
Jim Wolfinbarger

Body-worn cameras is the future of policing as more and more law enforcement agencies are proactively working on providing transparency to the community they serve. Boulder Colorado’s County Sheriff’[...]

Read More

Gregory McDonald
Michael Delaney
Andre Brooks
Reginald Ware Jr.

Crime scene investigation has got to be the most exciting, if not glamorized, part of policing – after all, countless movies and TV shows have been made inspired by it. In [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Teachers are probably one of the world’s most important human resource – they are the ones who lay the foundations of society by honing skilled and educated individuals. Teachers and [...]

Read More

John G. Peters, Jr., Ph.D.

Suicide was the leading cause of death in jails in 2014. It also impacts everyone surrounding the incident including inmates and corrections personnel. While there is no fool-proof way to prevent [...]

Read More

Wendy Stiver
Cory S. Nelson

Opioid use and abuse had been declared an epidemic. It does not distinguish between race, gender, age or economic conditions – everyone is at risk, and too many lives taken from [...]

Read More

Christine Keller
Roger Blevins

The investigation and prosecution of Abusive Head Trauma cases is fraught with perceived contradictions in the medical literature.  In fact, AHT is very well accepted medical concept worldwide which is [...]

Read More

Mark Warren

The Workplace Violence webinar series started with a brief overview on the dynamics of the actors, the causes, types, phases, and impact of critical incidents. It also delved into the [...]

Read More

Kim D'Amico
Julie Schoen

Over the last few years, greater awareness on elder abuse paved the way to numerous initiatives to elevate the criminal justice field’s proactive measures and response to such incidents. [...]

Read More

Corey Yunke

There’s a common misconception that social media management is fast, free and easy. Unlike our personal social media accounts, managing social media for an organization requires a working budget, [...]

Read More

Shon F. Barnes
Daniel Stewart

Evidence-based methods have been utilized in medicine and sciences for a significant time and it has resulted in desirable results. Evidence-based policing is a practice that is being embraced by [...]

Read More

Estee Woods
Michael Fletcher

With the constant innovation in technology and its risks which we have to face daily, public services cannot settle on subpar standards and solutions. Given the urgent nature of law [...]

Read More

B.J. Spamer

NamUs is a powerful tool designed to assist with missing and unidentified persons cases. Traditionally, searches take long – years or even decades pass before a case is finally resolved. Using [...]

Read More

Erin Albright
Colleen Owens

Issues in immigration arise due to instances of labor trafficking – a modern form of slavery where people are being taken advantage of because of their economic conditions. Investigating these cases [...]

Read More

Roger Blevins
Dyanne Greer

Young children and infants are incapable of coherently recounting abuse they experienced. This becomes a challenge to justice and medical professionals who want to ensure that the children are safe [...]

Read More

Michelle Welch

Investigation and prosecution are two complex aspects of criminal justice. This gets even more tricky when the law to be applied is relatively new. Brought about by a new awareness [...]

Read More

Mark Warren

On February 15, 2019, another shooting incident took place – this time around, it is in Aurora, Illinois. Gary Martin, a worker at Henry Pratt Co., open fired and killed five other employees, [...]

Read More

Ray Nash

Webinar Video Clip: Inductive Interviewing People don’t always tell the truth, some individuals lie profusely, while some just do it if it means they would get out of trouble. [...]

Read More

Nick Mastrocinque
Seena Gressin

As technology advances, so shall opportunistic individuals who will find ways to conquer the system for selfish interests. In 2016, 26 million fall victim to identity theft with a total financial loss [...]

Read More

Ray Nash

Webinar Video Clip: Inductive Interviewing Sheriff Ray Nash is back on Justice Clearinghouse for the second part of his two-part webinar special on Inductive Interview. In the previous installment of [...]

Read More

Peter Bellmio

This is a contentious issue in many police agencies. There is no generally accepted “best schedule."  Each system has advantages and disadvantages that must be weighed based on local needs. [...]

Read More

Wayne C. Beyer, Esq.

Use of force is one of those cases that is always open for public debate. Law enforcement is scrutinized so many times for such incidents. Numerous factors are considered, and [...]

Read More

Roger Blevins
Dyanne Greer

Abusive head trauma/inflicted traumatic brain injury cases (formerly “shaken baby syndrome”) are among the most difficult child physical abuse cases to prosecute.  Investigators & prosecutors are often overwhelmed when [...]

Read More

Michael Kane
Josh May

Building a preventive crime gun program is no easy feat. For it to be successful, it requires the buy-in of everyone involved. It takes a holistic approach that mobilizes both [...]

Read More

Eric La Scola

An exceeding number of police departments and law enforcement agencies, whose officers spend upwards of 3-4 hours a day completing incident reports and other time-sensitive paperwork, are turning to smarter [...]

Read More

Michelle Welch

Various research and numerous cases have substantiated the link between animal abuse to other forms of violent crime.  And for this webinar, Michelle Welch will discuss this phenomenon, providing case [...]

Read More

Ray Nash

Webinar Video Clip: Inductive Interviewing     Coercive and clever psychological interviewing tactics look cool in TV, but in reality, such practices produce false confessions that instead of shedding light [...]

Read More

Jessica Rock

Animal cruelty is now recognized as a legitimate crime and has been gaining more and more support from all concerned sectors. As a relatively novel crime, it is not without [...]

Read More

Peter Bellmio

Police patrol workforce staffing can be a tedious exercise that requires an immense amount of data collection and hours of number crunching during analysis. Despite the seemingly time-consuming effort, being [...]

Read More

Gary Cordner

Evidence-Based Policing (EBP) has been around for two decades but only has been getting a lot of traction in the last few years. However, evidence-based policing is being practiced by [...]

Read More

Martha Smith-Blackmore, DVM

Dogs have proven themselves to be helpful and dependable companions that a selected few are even trained to be part of law enforcement’s K9 unit. Dogs are subject to [...]

Read More

Maureen Q. McGough
James Doyle

In life, there are no failures or mistakes, just lessons. The criminal justice field could take a hint or two from this wisdom. But too often, when law enforcement messes [...]

Read More

Eric Witzig
Thomas Hargrove

Due to law enforcement's lack of resources and an overloaded workforce, it can get quite difficult to conduct an investigation, process evidence, arrest perpetrators, and close cases as if it's [...]

Read More

Gary Cordner

The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is the United States Department of Justice (US DOJ) arm that focuses on research and scientific initiatives. Through the NIJ’s efforts, the criminal [...]

Read More

Courtroom Witness
Jessica Rock

Law enforcement’s responsibility is to serve and protect. This includes responding to calls, enforcing laws, and make arrests. It is also a part of law enforcement’s job to [...]

Read More

John Thompson

72.9 million US households report to having at least one pet – that means one in every 5 American has a dog, cat or other pets. These days, more and more household treat [...]

Read More

Dean Cunningham
Kate Kimble

Technology helped a lot for people to keep in touch and stay updated whether it is with other people or with their community. Every minute, millions of content are being [...]

Read More

Kaitlin Seale
Colleen Owens

Labor trafficking is a modern form of slavery with a goal to obtain some type of labor or commercial sex act. Labor traffickers commit both civil and criminal violations, from [...]

Read More

Michael White

In the summer of 2014, two critical cases pressured the federal government to support transparency and accountability from law enforcement. Employing body-worn cameras is identified to be one of the ways [...]

Read More

Eugene Kipniss
Stacey A. Wright

As cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum become more popular and even integrated into our lives, the bad guys are also on the lookout on how to exploit these innovations for [...]

Read More

Future of Emergency Communications
Kevin Morison

The numbers 9-1-1 has become synonymous with emergency response, not just within the United States but even in the other parts of the globe. Children are taught how to [...]

Read More

Eugene Kipniss
Stacey A. Wright

Cryptocurrencies are all the rage. Everyone is watching the price of bitcoins. Those in-the-know are talking about Litecoin, Monero, Ethereum, Ripple, Dash, ICOs, Tokens, and forks. For the rest of [...]

Read More

Tasha Menaker, Ph.D.

Dr. Tasha Menaker is back on Justice Clearinghouse for part two of her three-part webinar series that seeks to understand sexual assault perpetration. Dr. Menaker holds an MA in Clinical [...]

Read More

Eva Klain

According to studies from the State Policy Advocacy Center and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, up to 80% of children/youth who are currently or formerly under [...]

Read More

E5 Leadership
Ray Nash

The type of leadership in effect in any agency is reflected in the people that work within its halls and the institution itself. Whether the agency and its personnel will [...]

Read More

Dan Carew
Karissa Taylor
Andrew Fox

Piecing out different sources of information related to criminal justice can be a difficult task. National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) and Social Network Analysis (SNA) has made leaps and [...]

Read More

Denise Beagley

As a public servant, part of any criminal justice profession is encountering random strangers, even sketchy characters. Not just merely meeting them, but talking to them, building rapport such that [...]

Read More

Body Camera Programs
Brenda Buren
Michael White

Two critical cases that shone the light on the issue of use of force took place in 2014. The death of Eric Garner and Mike Brown probed the racism in the [...]

Read More

Amy Morgan

Anxiety disorders (generalized anxiety, social anxiety, panic disorder, etc.) are the most common mental illness, and it affects millions of people around the world. According to the National Institute of [...]

Read More

Matthew Kail
Duane T. Bowers, LPC

Work-related stress is prevalent – it happens to people with 9 to 5 desk jobs, field workers, start-up entrepreneurs, top-tier executives; blue collar, white collar. Work-related stress can be reduced and relieved by [...]

Read More

Michael G. Aamodt

For most of the population, serial killer stories are the stuff of urban legends or pop culture. Names such as Jack the Ripper or the Zodiac Killer come to mind. [...]

Read More

Ray Nash

Resiliency is a highly-revered quality. Overcoming adversity and our personal demons can be tough. More so when you’re in a position that exposes you to different characters and situations. [...]

Read More

Ray Nash

Virtually all instances of police misconduct are the result of ego-driven officers operating “out from under authority.” Officers have been delegated all of the lawful authority necessary to accomplish the [...]

Read More

Patrick Beumler
Hilary Weinberg

Domestic Violence can be a problematic case. The community might not want to meddle with such cases with the belief that such disputes must be dealt with by the family [...]

Read More

Mark Warren

In light of the horrible Florida shooting and its students spearheading a movement for safer schools and communities, we've come to a tipping point. But while we're waiting for the [...]

Read More

Brian Gray
Will Morris

In a report published by the Police Foundation and Major Cities Chiefs Association in January, 2017, major city and county law enforcement executives stated that of all of the tools and [...]

Read More

Best Practices in Drug Testing
Mark Hendershot

Drug use and abuse are some of the biggest issues of the global community – in the legal and criminal perspective, as well in the scientific and medical point of view. [...]

Read More

Rick Wyant
Ron Nichols

Gun crime is an issue that continues to plague our communities. Law enforcement and justice professionals are doing everything they can to prevent gun crimes and resolve them when they [...]

Read More

Cybersleuths are the modern-day Sherlock Holmes. They are those citizens who might know something about a case and want to step forward with their information. They could also be just [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Being the first line supervisor is the gateway to being a part of management. Too often, however, associates are promoted to first line supervisor positions without sufficient training or mentorship. [...]

Read More

Darrell Smith
Paul W. Neudigate
Brandon Huntley

Gun-crime violence is prevalent not only in the US, but all across the world. With the number of such cases and even more recovered guns, cases, and bullets from crime [...]

Read More

Mark Hendershot

How does your organization ensure they are hiring the right people, with the correct mix of technical and soft skills, who are well suited to the demands of the job, [...]

Read More

David Salazar
Pamela Hofsass
Ron Nichols

Agencies dream of the resources seen on TV crime shows: the latest technology, gleaming, newly-built workspaces, and not a backlog in sight. But building a crime gun intelligence initiative doesn't [...]

Read More

Kate Loudenslagel
Hilary Weinberg

This course discusses the challenges faced in the investigation and prosecution of drowning cases.  We will discuss some tips in investigating these cases and thoughts on how to present these [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

No one becomes an officer wanting to use excessive force to detain or apprehend people. But in the course of doing their jobs, officers often have to make split-second decisions — [...]

Read More

Jon Eliason

Using confidential informants has always been a challenge. While there are times when using a CI is useful and can gain law enforcement agencies valuable information they might get in [...]

Read More

James Needles
Ron Nichols
William King

Download Presentation Materials Solving gun crime isn’t as simple as what the public sees on TV. From CSI to Blue Bloods, solving gun crime is so simple: talk to [...]

Read More

Hilary Weinberg
Tarah White

The crime of strangulation hasn’t always been given its due. The prevailing attitude towards strangulation for decades was “if it didn’t kill the victim, then things will be [...]

Read More

Jim Seeger
Hilary Weinberg

In 1960, a person could expect to live until they were about 69. Today? “Sixty is the new 50.” With better health care, diet and exercise, most of us are living longer: the [...]

Read More

Pat Nelson
Jason Winsky
Terry Staten

Today’s public safety practitioners are becoming increasingly aware that they need to use a special operational approach when encountering an individual with known mental health issues. Public safety officials [...]

Read More

Ray Nash

  The Dynamic of Authority is the cornerstone of the Police Dynamics program. Virtually every instance of police misconduct results from officers operating “out from under” the principle of authority. [...]

Read More

Kim MacEachern
Jon Eliason

  This course will focus on the importance of communications between the police and prosecutor in terms of turning over evidence to the defense – especially evidence that might exonerate the [...]

Read More

Patti Saylor

  Ms. Patti Saylor will guide viewers through the actions that have been taken since the death of her son Ethan. The training will open with this clip from WUSA9. [...]

Read More

Rob Trivino

  In this webinar Rob will discuss the After Action Review and how to use it. He will present his guiding principles of the AAR which will allow you to [...]

Read More

Michael E. Cindrich

In 1996 California voters passed Proposition 215, a state initiative which allows individuals suffering from a broad array of medical conditions to possess, use, and cultivate marijuana pursuant to a recommendation from [...]

Read More

Lanae Holmes
Duane T. Bowers, LPC

  This webinar will provide an in depth look at the impact viewing child pornography may have on personnel. It will also discuss why some people are more impacted than [...]

Read More

Lanae Holmes
Duane T. Bowers, LPC

    This webinar will provide an in depth look at the impact viewing child pornography may have on personnel. It will also discuss why some people are more impacted [...]

Read More

Jim Markey

  Backlogged rape kits, untested sexual assault evidence, unsolved and forgotten rape cases, it has been called many things, but today more than ever law enforcement has been under the [...]

Read More

Jim Markey

  Managing information can be especially challenging in law enforcement because information about cases are coming at you 100 miles per hour, at all hours of day, and from multiple sources. [...]

Read More

Aaron Gorrell

Virtually every agency recognizes the need to ensure that the multiple systems that they use in-house everyday are able to effectively share information. From traffic citation systems to crash reporting [...]

Read More

Enzo Yaksic
Michael G. Aamodt

The popularity of books, movies, and television shows about serial killers has resulted in a portrait of serial murder and criminal profiling that is more fiction than fact. In this [...]

Read More

Keith Manning

  During this webinar you will learn: How media has corrupted the jury pool’s understanding of forensics and firearms Common myths of the modern gunfight The valuable forensic evidence [...]

Read More

Karyn Rasile

"Strangulation is one of the most lethal forms of domestic violence “(Strack and Gwinn, 2011). In fact, one study explains that a victim whom is strangled by their partner is seven [...]

Read More

Michael Shively

Most law enforcement operations enforcing prostitution laws are driven by community complaints, and by the role of commercial sex in generating numerous felonies such as aggravated assault, sex and drug [...]

Read More

Articles

Webinar presenters Kristin Brewer, Chief Gordon Ramsay, and Lieutenant Chad Beard answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Wichita Crime Gun Intelligence Center: a Unique Law Enforcement [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Amy Morgan and Halcyon Frank answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Life-Saving Partners: 911 and Suicide Lifelines Working Together.  Here are just a few of their [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Katie Nelson answered a number of your questions after her presentation, You Matter: Self Care for PIOs.  Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience Question: [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Bill Pope and Craig Storer answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Current FCC Proceedings and How They Will Affect Your Inmate Communications.  Here are [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. David Grantham answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Building Detention Intel the Right Way.  Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Mark Warren answered a number of your questions after his presentation, The Psychology of an Active Shooter.  Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Eric Knutson, Jeannette Dominguez, and Anthony Norman answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Recruiting the 21st Century Police Officer: Successes, Challenges, and Lessons Learned. Here [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Renee Mitchell and Lois James answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Implicit Bias: Research & Reality.  Here are just a few of their responses.   [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Joe Alexander and Chris Williams answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Adapting to Critical Change at Corrections Facilities.  Here are just a few of their [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Sean Goodison answered a number of your questions after his presentation, On the Front Lines of the Opioid Epidemic: Research, Challenges, and Multi-Disciplinary Responses in the Justice [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters JC Adams, Dr. John Colburn, Karla Ramirez and Frank Webb answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Co-Responder Programs: Keys to Successful Implementation for Justice Professionals [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Rick Hodsdon answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Smile! You're on Not So Candid Camera. Here are just a few of his responses. Audience Question: [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Amin Amini answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Reducing Response Times with Smart Fleet Management. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter David Rosengard answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Understanding Wildlife Animal Cruelty. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: Do states [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Dr. Alexandra Duncan and Dr. Grant Phillips answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Provision of Methadone for Opioid Use Disorder within a County Jail. [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Captain Greg Goreck, Captain Don Redmond, and Captain Fritz Reber (ret) answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Livestream 911 Calls Directly to First Responders for Improved [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Rick Miller, John Schow, Tim Hardy, and Dr. Joe Barton answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Application of Kids at Hope: A Cultural Strategy. [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Judge Brandon Birmingham answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Jack Ruby: The Original Trial of the Century. Here are just a few of his responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Kimberly Miller answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Leadership and the Art of the Sale.  Here are just a few of her responses.   [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Brenda Dietzman answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Building Resiliency: The Dawn of the Mentally Strong Employee. Here are just a few of her responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Adam Leath answered a number of your questions after his presentation,  Custody Considerations in Animal Control. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: What [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Adam Kirhagis and Christine Mullin answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Collaborating to Catch a Predator. Here are just a few of their responses.   [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Jesse Loomis answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Conducting Online Sheriff Sales in the COVID -19 Era.  Here are just a few of his responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. David Grantham answered a number of your questions after his presentation, The Center of Emerging Threats.  Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Anne Li Kringen answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Using Social Media for Recruiting. Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar panelists Sheriffs David Hutchinson, James Stuart, David Beth, Clifford Pinkney (ret), presenter Mark Pfeifle and NSA Executive Director Johnathan Thompson answered a number of your questions after their presentation, [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Emily Lewis and David Rosengard answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Status of Animals in Criminal Cruelty Animal Cases. Here are just a few [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Gipsy Escobar answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Using Data and Performance Measurement to Improve Criminal Justice Outcomes. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Obed Magny answered a number of your questions after his presentation Job Satisfaction: An Evidence-Based Approach to Improving Morale and Reducing Stress with the Employees in Your [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Michelle Turner, Camie Borsdorf, and Laura Farmer answered a number of your questions after their presentation, A Proactive Response to Domestic Violence: Addressing Victim Safety and Offender Accountability ([...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Jason Johnston and Michael Fletcher answered a number of your questions after their presentation, How Public Safety Can Utilize LTE during Planned Events. Here are just a few [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Andy Carrier, John McGuire, Kit Cummings, Rita Watkins, and Rev. Eric Skidmore answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Post Critical Incident Seminar: A Tested Solution [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Chief David Hyche answered a number of your questions after his presentation It's Not the Person You Think It Is: Identifying Your Most Prolific Shooters. Here are just [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Grant McDougall answered a number of your questions after his presentation School Guardian Programs: A Psychological Perspective. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter BJ Spamer answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Promising Practices in Missing and Unidentified Person Case Investigations. Here are just a few of her responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Brian Williamson, Joseph Hoebeke, Mike Brown, Deanna Cantrell, and Dr. Kimberly Miller answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Tough Times, Hard Conversations and Healing - [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Dr. Jeff Thompson and Kevin Morison answered a number of your questions after their presentation, An Occupational Risk: What Law Enforcement Agencies Can Do to Prevent Officer Suicide.  [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Sandra Antoniak answered a number of your questions after her presentation, The Worst of Both Worlds: Risk-Taking and the Transitional Age Brain. Here are just a few [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Katie Campbell answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Supporting Domestic Violence Survivors and their Pets through Collaboration.  Here are just a few of her responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Thom Dworak answered a number of your questions after his presentation Emphasizing EQ in Your Organizational Culture. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Jeff Fox answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Traffic Safety through Education, Engineering, and Enforcement. Here are just a few of his responses.   [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Sean Goodison answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Understanding the Dark Web: Challenges and Case Studies for Justice Professionals. Here are just a few [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Kimmy Moon and Eden Ruiz-Lopez answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Cultural Competence and Elder Abuse. Here are just a few of their responses.   [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Adam Leath answered a number of your questions after his presentation, The Secret Sauce to Finding the Best Candidates. Here are just a few of his responses.   [...]

Read More

  Webinar presenters Rev. Eric Skidmore and Dr. Joseph Cheng answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Post Critical Incident Seminar: What You Can Do When Things Aren't [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Al Cobos answered a number of your questions after his presentation, The Connection between Personal and Organizational Ethics.  Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter John Griffin answered a number of your questions after his presentation, What Are Mesopredators? Taking a Deeper Look at Solving Problems with Our Smallest Urban Predators. Here are [...]

Read More

Dr. Sean Goodison shared some insightful information during his webinar, Understanding the Dark Web. Here’s just one snippet from the show.       Click Here to Watch a [...]

Read More

Shelly Katkowski shared some insightful information during her webinar, Suicide by Cop: Protocols and Training Guide. Here’s just one snippet from the show.     Click Here to Watch [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Monica Player answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Strategies to Facilitate Service and Enforcement of Foreign Protection Orders.  Here are just a few of her [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Obed Magny answered a number of your questions after his presentation, The Contagiousness of Vicarious Trauma. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Kimberly Miller answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Transformation and Change for Justice Professionals.  Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Josh Fisher answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Getting Started with Managed Intake. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Rebecca Burney and Tina Frundt answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Asking the Right Questions: Collaborative Approaches and Strategies to Identify and Serve Child Sex [...]

Read More

Dr. Kimberly Miller shared some insightful information during her webinar, Owning Racism and Living the Solution. Here’s just one snippet from the show.   Click Here to Watch a [...]

Read More

Sherrill Wayland and Bonnie Olsen shared some insightful information during their webinar, Increased Risks for Elder Abuse among the LGBTQ Community: What Justice Professionals Need to Know. Here’s just [...]

Read More

Brenda Dietzman shared some insightful information during her webinar, Developing Women as Leaders: Evidence-Based Insight and Solutions for Recruiting, Retaining, and Developing Women Leaders. Here’s just one snippet from [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Brenda Dietzman answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Developing Women as Leaders: Evidence-Based Insight and Solutions for Recruiting, Retaining, and Developing Women Leaders. Here are [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Kimberly Miller answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Calming Your Storm: Tools to De-Escalate Yourself, Increase Emotional Control and Reduce "Reactivity." Here are just [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Mark Dolfi, Stephen Bevan, Tim Meyerhoff, Michael Cuti, and Jason Thompson answered a number of your questions after their presentation, “Iris Recognition in Law Enforcement.”  Here are just [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Jim Martin answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Disaster Preparedness: How an Effective Plan between Custody and Health Services Can Make All the Difference. Here [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Dr. Cara Rabe Hemp and Asst. Chief Sheryl Victorian answered a number of your questions after their presentation, "Success Factors for Your Career.”  Here are just a few [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Kimberly Miller answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Beyond Racism: Identifying the Roadblocks, Barriers, and Blind Spots that are Holding Your Organization Back. Here [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Jake Kamins answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Working and Managing Inter-Agency Relationships: Investigating and Prosecuting Animal Abuse Cases. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Bob Troyer and Tom Brandon answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Preserving and Enhancing Your Violent Crime Reduction Program in the Era of "De-Funding."  Here [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Jessica Johnson answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Large Scale Animal Cruelty Seizures. Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience Question: Who [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Grant McDougall answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Cumulative Trauma: The Covert Enemy of First Responders. Here are just a few of his responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Lindsay Gephardt answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Evidence-Based Prosecutions: Building Your Case One Puzzle Piece at a Time. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Katharine Manninganswered a number of your questions after her presentation, Sexual Assault Survivors Bill of Rights.  Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience Question: How [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Audrey Cress and Janet Good answered a number of your questions after their presentation, A Proactive Response to Domestic Violence: Understanding and Identifying Incarcerated Batterers.  Here are just [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Dr. Kimberly Miller, Tina Buneta, Chief Doreen Jokerst and Cheif Deanna Cantrell answered a number of your questions after their presentation, In Search of Excellence: Lessons on Leadership, [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Kimberly Miller answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Owning Racism & Living the Solution. Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Jessica Rock and Dr. Martha Smith Blackmore answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Processing Evidence in Animal Crime Cases.  Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Continency Planning: Continuity of Operations, Planning, Resiliency, Redundancy, Disaster Recovery, and Crisis Communications. Here are [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Sherrill Wayland and Bonnie Olsen answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Increased Risks for Elder Abuse among the LGBTQ Community: What Justice Professionals Need to [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Rick Hodsdon answered a number of your questions after his presentation, 1983 Civil Rights Litigation: What Justice Professionals Need to Know. Here are just a few of his responses. &[...]

Read More

Christopher Diorio shared some insightful information during his webinar, An In-Depth Look at Darknet Marketplaces. Here’s just one snippet from the show.     Click Here to Watch a [...]

Read More

Katharine Manning shared some excellent insights and facts during her webinar, Victims Rights in a Post Epstein World. Here's just one snippet from the webinar. Click Here to Watch a [...]

Read More

Andrew Campbell shared some great insights and research during his webinar, More than Words: The Emotional Maltreatment of Children. Here's just one snippet from the show.   Click Here to [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Rebecca Burney, Beth Bouchard and Ann Wilkdinson answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Combating Domestic Child Sex Trafficking: A Multi-Disciplinary Response. Here are just a [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Rich Goldberg, Andrea Higgins, and Jenefer Duane answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Taking Your Elder Financial Abuse Investigations to the Next Level: Suspicious Activity [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Al Cobos answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Motivation and Meaning for Law Enforcement Personnel.  Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Jonas Baughman and Dr. Joel Caplan answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Community Engagement and Crime Prevention with Risk-Based Policing: Real Data, Real Results. Here [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Michel Goold answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Like Being the Boss? You'll Need Your Team to Stay That Way. Here are just a few [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Diane Robinson answered a number of your questions after her presentation, A Look at Hurricane Dorian: Were We Ready? Lessons about Planning, Preparedness and Future Response. Here are [...]

Read More

Stacy Ledvina shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her webinar, Kids at Hope: Believing, Connecting and Time Traveling in Youth Justice. Here’s just one reminder she [...]

Read More

Pete Gagliardi shared some incredible insights and advice during the webinar, Sustainable Crime Gun Intelligence Strategies Require Policy-Driven Tactics.  Here’s just one reminder. "Crime gun intelligence is about using [...]

Read More

Diane Robinson shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her webinar, A Look at Hurricane Dorian: Were We Ready? Lessons about Planning Preparedness and Future Response.  Here’s [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her webinar, Stand Up, Stand Out: How Social Media Enhances Your Staying Power. Here’s just one reminder she [...]

Read More

Marisa McKeown shared some incredible insights and advice during the webinar, NIBIN-Led Policing:  Prosecutor's Perspective.  Here’s just one poignant reminder. "Employee attrition is devastating to working cases."   Click [...]

Read More

Mike Eberhardt shared some incredible insights and advice during the webinar, Incorporating the Minimum Required Operating Standards (MROS) into Your Agency’s NIBIN Organizational Lifestyle.  Here’s just one poignant [...]

Read More

Stacy Ledvina shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her webinar, Kids at Hope: Believing, Connecting and Time Traveling in Youth Justice. Here’s just one reminder she [...]

Read More

Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD shared some incredible insights and advice during the webinar, Creating and Maintaining a Professional Workplace: Managing Difficult People, and Dealing with Negativity.  Here’s just one [...]

Read More

Audra Houghton of the Humane Society of the United States shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her webinar, Large Animal Cruelty Cases: Unique Considerations for Investigating Non-Companion [...]

Read More

Katie Nelson shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her webinar, Stand Up, Stand Out: How Social Media Enhances Your Staying Power. Here’s just one reminder she [...]

Read More

Mike Eberhardt shared some incredible insights and advice during the webinar, Incorporating the Minimum Required Operating Standards (MROS) into Your Agency's NIBIN Organizational Lifestyle.  Here’s just one reminder.   "[...]

Read More

Rick Hodsdon shared some great insights and advice during his webinar series on Officer Involved Shootings (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3).  Here’s just one poignant reminder. "You have no Constitutional [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Wendy Stiver answered a number of your questions after her presentation, When Relationships Matter Most: Community Resilience, Trust, and Critical Incident Management. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Katie Nelson answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Stand Up, Stand Out: How Social Media Enhances Your Staying Power. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Justin Holloway, Suzann Cromer and Mike Eberhardt answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Incorporating the Minimum Required Operating Standards into Your Agency's NIBIN Organizational Lifestyle. [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Janne Gaub answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Making Sense of the Current State of Body-Worn Camera Research. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Jim Stewart, Nikki Carson and Shelagh Dorn answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Recruiting and Retention of Police: Strategies for Small and Medium-Sized Agencies. Here [...]

Read More

Jake Kamins shared some incredible insights and advice during his webinar, "Working with Your Local Vet: Creating Veterinary Partnerships among Law Enforcement, Prosecution, and Your Veterinary Community.” Here’s just [...]

Read More

Dr. Kimberly Miller, Tina Buneta, Doreen Jokerst, Joseph Hoebeke, Justin Smith, William Beck and Jack Cauley shared some incredible insights and advice during their panel discussion webinar, “Leadership on the [...]

Read More

Mark Warren of Strategos International shared some incredible insights and advice during his webinar, “Domestic Violence Comes to Work: Signs, Symptoms, and Response.” Here’s just one snippet from the [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Mark Warren answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Domestic Violence Comes to Work: Signs, Symptoms, and Response. Here are just a few of his responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Michelle Welch answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Understanding the Link between Animal Abuse and Other Human Crimes: What Probation Officers Need to Know. Here [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Katharine Manning answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Victim Rights in a Post Epstein World. Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Duane Bowers answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Working with Childhood Trauma: Tools for Justice Professionals. Here are just a few of his responses.   [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Audra Houghton answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Large Animal Cruelty Cases: Unique Considerations for Investigating Non-Companion Animal Neglect. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Dr. Kimberly Miller, Tina Buneta, Joseph Hoebeke, Doreen Jokerst, Justin Smith, William Beck, and Jack Cauley answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Leadership on the [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Sara Mahoney and Mary Walsh answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The New York State Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team: Implications for Probation. Here are [...]

Read More

Webinar presenters Daniel Dubief and Michael Fletcher answered a number of your questions after their presentation, LTE Helps Sheriff's Departments Better Prepare for Emergencies. Here are just a few of [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Jim Martin answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Standards of Care: Mental Health in Our Jails and Prisons. Here are just a few of his [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Don McCrea answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Are Current Training Models Failing Officers and Communities Alike?  Here are just a few of his responses. &[...]

Read More

Webinar presenter NCCHC's Jim Martin answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Standards of Care: Mental Health in Our Jails and Prisons...Now What? Here are just a [...]

Read More

Webinar presenter Dr. Kimberly Miller answered a number of your questions after her presentation, More Ways to Bounce and Build Your Resilience, part 2 of her Resiliency Webinar Series. Here are [...]

Read More

Amy Morgan shared some fantastic insights and advice about recovery, trauma and growth during her webinar, Growth as a Post Trauma Response. Here's just one reminder.   "Growth can only [...]

Read More

Amy Morgan shared some fantastic insights and advice about recovery, trauma and growth during her webinar, Growth as a Post Trauma Response. Here's just one reminder.   "Sometimes we need [...]

Read More

DDA Jake Kamins shared some incredible insights and advice during his webinar, Working with Your Local Vets: Creating Veterinary Partnerships among Law Enforcement, Prosecution, and your Veterinary Community.  Here's just [...]

Read More

Dr. Kimberly Miller shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her Resiliency series, Increasing Your Bounceability: Ways to Build Resilience Every Day,  and Part 2,  More Ways to Bounce [...]

Read More

Dr. Kimberly Miller shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her Resiliency series, Increasing Your Bounceability: Ways to Build Resilience Every Day,  and Part 2,  More Ways to Bounce [...]

Read More

Dr. Kimberly Miller shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her Resiliency series, Increasing Your Bounceability: Ways to Build Resilience Every Day,  and Part 2,  More Ways to Bounce [...]

Read More

Dr. Kimberly Miller shared a number of excellent insights and advice during her Resiliency series, Increasing Your Bounceability: Ways to Build Resilience Every Day,  and Part 2,  More Ways to Bounce [...]

Read More