Welcome to the Small & Rural Law Enforcement Executive Association!

The Small & Rural Law Enforcement Executives Association is the only 501(c)(3) non-profit organization solely dedicated to training, supporting, and promoting law enforcement executives and agencies that serve small and rural communities across the country.

 

Small, Rural & Tribal law enforcement executives have been underrepresented at the national level and have primarily been left out of discussions regarding law enforcement needs and challenges. With fewer resources than larger agencies, larger geographical areas of responsibility, and different types of crimes, they needed a voice!

 

SRLEEA provides that voice, and our mission is to strengthen, unite and raise the capacity of small, rural & tribal law enforcement executives and the agencies they serve.

Upcoming Webinars

10 / 04 / 2022

International bots, troll farms, shepherds: they have been active on social media for more than a decade, but in recent divisive years, they’ve really come to the forefront for [...]

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10 / 04 / 2022

This talk will discuss a concept that we all have innate wisdom, knowing inside of us, and that when we utilize it, we will be able to know what to [...]

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10 / 06 / 2022

When can “he said/she said” come into court?  Hearsay can be complicated and tricky because it consists of different rules with different exceptions to those rules.  While all states [...]

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10 / 11 / 2022

By tracking the exact location of gun violence, we gain valuable data that can be used for delivering targeted, non-enforcement-based interventions. These interventions are designed to bring social and economic [...]

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10 / 13 / 2022

Does adverting a school attack ensure that the threat of violence has been mitigated? In 2018 a youth at Michigan High School was arrested after his mother uncovered a school shooting [...]

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10 / 13 / 2022

Chief Ken Clary (Bellevue, NE Police Department), discusses transitioning into a leadership role within a department recovering from a time of turmoil. He will outline the fundamentals of leadership, action [...]

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10 / 20 / 2022

The assessment center and oral panel interview in examination processes can be daunting. Collectively, both are used to assess an employee’s skills, knowledge, and ability to be suitable and [...]

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10 / 25 / 2022

“Congratulations, you’ve been promoted! Good luck.” Those are great words to hear, but once the excitement wears off and reality sets in, you can’t help but think, “Ok, [...]

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10 / 25 / 2022

In 2022, being aware of the security threats against your agency is critical. What’s even more important, however, is ensuring that your employees have the skills to combat the threats [...]

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10 / 27 / 2022

Join this dynamic, engaging webinar for practical nutrition tips designed specifically for the first responder lifestyle. The science-based "Tactical Nutrition Guardrails" shared will provide refreshing clarity and help solve the [...]

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10 / 27 / 2022

How three basic words can transform your overall performance and empower individuals to reach their short and long-term goals. Participants will learn that self-expectations, accountability, and consequences are three action [...]

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11 / 01 / 2022

During this webinar, experts from Idaho, Nlets, and NCIC will talk with you about how offline searches to their systems can assist you with your investigations. If you are not [...]

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11 / 03 / 2022

This webinar will focus on the intersection of trauma and intellectual and developmental disabilities (e.g., autism, ID, FAS, etc).  This talk will focus on three main areas.  The first [...]

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11 / 03 / 2022

Listen to a panel of women from a variety of professions discuss the opportunities and hurdles women face in the workplace today. This forward-thinking discussion will include stories of personal [...]

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11 / 08 / 2022

The Barrie Police Service undertook a randomized controlled trial to test focused deterrence strategies on IPV recidivism. Using enhanced monitoring techniques, such as compliance checks, the Barrie Police aimed to [...]

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11 / 08 / 2022

Mike Parker will lead an informative and lively panel discussion with Mickey Osterreicher and others about the rights and limitations of journalists and citizens to photograph and record police officers [...]

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11 / 15 / 2022

This webinar addresses many of the opportunities and challenges that law enforcement personnel may face in their specific and unique careers. This presentation will cover key areas of building basic [...]

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11 / 15 / 2022

For those who successfully promote into their next position the level of freedom changes.  You are now responsible for leading others in your organization and that requires much more than [...]

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11 / 16 / 2022

In recent years, sharp criticism and scrutiny have occurred on high-profile use-of-force cases by the police. Law enforcement is asked to reimagine police response to reduce the incidents of force [...]

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11 / 17 / 2022

This webinar will present an opportunity for justice professionals to interact with a professor, clinician, and trainer who has spent over 20 years working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum.  After [...]

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11 / 17 / 2022

Conflict is an unavoidable part of our existence.  It is present in both our personal and professional lives and is a source of stress for many.  Instead of dreading it, [...]

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11 / 29 / 2022

This presentation utilizes the presenter’s personal experiences as a childhood victim of domestic violence along with his continuing research in the area of family violence. As a teen, the [...]

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11 / 29 / 2022

This is part one of a two-part webinar series that addresses a major problem in corrections, specifically the manipulation of correctional staff by criminal offenders. All correctional staff, including juvenile [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
12 / 06 / 2022

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 [...]

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12 / 06 / 2022

Pre-COVID saw Law Enforcement in a Mental Health crisis, with officers experiencing the mental health effects of stress well beyond the civilian population, and taking their own lives at twice [...]

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12 / 07 / 2022

The ability of law enforcement agencies to respond to emerging threats and future goals depends on the implementation of new operational initiatives, policies, and programs based on leveraging community resources [...]

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12 / 08 / 2022

Security assessments are an important process in determining the value and importance of an organization’s assets and the cost and impacts should they be compromised. Assets are not only [...]

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12 / 08 / 2022

This is the second of a two-part webinar that addresses a major problem in corrections, specifically the manipulation of correctional staff by criminal offenders. All correctional staff, including juvenile and [...]

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01 / 18 / 2023

It’s 2023…what are you going to do this year to become a better leader? I know as a leader you are busy. Too busy no matter what position you [...]

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01 / 19 / 2023

Self-Confidence can impact all areas of our lives.  When we show up more confident it keeps us safe, keeps us taking the right actions, and helps us have better conversations. [...]

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01 / 24 / 2023

Police departments nationwide struggle with recruiting diversity to their sworn law enforcement positions. Chief Ken Clary and Sergeant Howard Banks (Bellevue, NE Police Department), will discuss a new approach to [...]

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01 / 26 / 2023

Empathetic leadership is the key to building organizations that are productive, resilient, and cohesive. Balancing the needs of employees, clients, and the organization with compassion and skill is not always [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
01 / 31 / 2023

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 [...]

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01 / 31 / 2023

Given a vehicle theft claim, the attendees will learn to recognize vehicle theft fraud schemes and distinguish indicators of potential fraud. ​ Carjacking trends and their impact on the insured will [...]

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02 / 02 / 2023

For any team to succeed, there must be a significant degree of trust which allows them to perform at their highest level.  Most leaders want a well-functioning and high-performing team.  [...]

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02 / 02 / 2023

This presentation will provide justice leaders with a model to improve organizational culture and climate. Leaders will learn the importance of setting expectations, maintaining accountability, and delivering the necessary consequences [...]

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02 / 07 / 2023

This talk will share use the “Think Trauma” resource from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) as a nucleus to have a discussion about the intersection of child trauma [...]

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02 / 09 / 2023

“The thing that breaks your heart is the very thing you were born to help heal.”- Glennon Doyle.  What role does passion play in your life? In public safety, [...]

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02 / 09 / 2023

Those who work in First Responder and public safety careers see a whole lot of really traumatic things throughout their career. While many do get somewhat desensitized after being exposed [...]

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02 / 14 / 2023

This webinar will briefly describe the characteristics of individuals on the autism spectrum as well as a brief description of common situations in which individuals with autism encounter law enforcement [...]

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02 / 14 / 2023

Agencies can face a crisis of faith and trust at any given moment – it’s not a matter of if, it’s a matter of when. But how do you [...]

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02 / 16 / 2023

Contact with first responding officers proves critical to the victim’s recovery and the victim’s decision as to whether or not they will move forward in the criminal justice [...]

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02 / 22 / 2023

The major tasks of a police investigation is typically to collect, assess and utilize a great variety of sources of information that provide accounts of crime and make decisions on [...]

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02 / 28 / 2023

Most people dread conflict.  In fact, workplace conflict is a major reason people leave a job.  No one wants to be part of a dysfunctional organization.  But what if conflict [...]

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03 / 02 / 2023

While verbal tactics like crisis intervention and de-escalation have been around for decades, few people have unpacked these practices to master them. As such, these concepts often get reduced to [...]

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03 / 07 / 2023

Today’s Public Information Officers are in the field more often than not and usually have multiple electronic devices to help share stories about their agencies or municipalities. Today’s [...]

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03 / 09 / 2023

Followership, is that really a thing, or did you just make that up? Yes, followership is real. You are a follower. That’s right; I called you a follower. Guess [...]

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03 / 09 / 2023

There is a lot of overlap between the roles of police officers and Sheriff’s deputies, who are expected to be masters in all things related to public safety and [...]

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03 / 14 / 2023

We are aware that trauma has a lasting impact on the victims, survivors and those closest to them. But the effects, behaviors and contributors of the trauma may be passed [...]

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03 / 14 / 2023

UAS technology (commonly referred to as drones) can be used by public safety agencies to enhance community service, increase situational awareness, and provide de-escalation strategies to keep first responders and [...]

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03 / 16 / 2023

Are your goals and objectives at work consistently being met? Are your interactions with others in the workplace ever a bit rocky and you wish they were smoother? Have you [...]

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03 / 23 / 2023

As our society evolves, there is an increasing expectation that police officers will perform at a higher level regarding use of force than in the past. This webinar will address [...]

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03 / 28 / 2023

Some surveys have shown that 1 in 4 Americans have been a victim of cybercrime in the last year.  Whether the victim's case will be investigated and prosecuted or not, whether they [...]

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03 / 28 / 2023

The ROAR response model minutely dissects facets of field response and is considered a roadmap to de-escalation (crisis stabilization), field dynamics and decision making.  It is applicable to field responders, [...]

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03 / 30 / 2023

What is the number one stressor in the workplace? Is it the emotional or physical toll our careers take on us? Is it citizens or clients that demand too much [...]

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04 / 04 / 2023

The role news media plays in shaping public perceptions of law enforcement has been significant since the Rodney King incident in 1991; this interest and heavy media scrutiny has only been [...]

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04 / 11 / 2023

Quality leadership in law enforcement is arguably more important today than at any other time in modern history. The national narrative and calls for police reform have added complexity to [...]

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04 / 18 / 2023

 In this course, we discuss the human element of leading and working within a disaster/emergency response incident command system.  We will discuss how individuals and agencies might collaborate, communicate, [...]

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04 / 18 / 2023

Public safety recruitment and hiring is a significant concern nationwide, with agencies struggling to maintain basic operations due to staffing shortages across public safety. While many agencies are desperately searching [...]

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04 / 20 / 2023

Now, more than ever mental health has been a buzz phrase to promote self-care or external care from mental health professionals with demands from community, law enforcement professionals, and allocated [...]

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04 / 25 / 2023

In the wake of an unprecedented call for further reform heard during the summer of 2020, the Seattle Police Department (SPD) is standing up a CompStat-style accountability forum focused on the [...]

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04 / 27 / 2023

What is the number one stressor in the workplace? Is it the emotional or physical toll your career takes on us? Is it citizens that demand too much with little [...]

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05 / 02 / 2023

This webinar will provide an overview of the claim environment during a Catastrophe (CAT) and how unscrupulous claimants, vendors, and others can take advantage of a CAT situation.     [...]

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05 / 02 / 2023

While the focus is on tactics such as de-escalation, physical techniques, and new control weapons, little training is applied to the area of decision-making.  Criminal justice professionals work in an [...]

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05 / 04 / 2023

We often hear about the need to focus outwardly with our communication efforts to ensure we are transparent and build trusting relationships with our communities. But what about our own [...]

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05 / 04 / 2023

This is a follow up to Brian Lovins’ webinar on “Referee or Coach: How a Coaching Identity May Just Save Probation”.  We present a new coaching system for working with [...]

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05 / 09 / 2023

As contributing members in our organizations, we are commonly placed in a position where we need to communicate an idea or concept to our supervisors which may not be well [...]

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05 / 16 / 2023

Stress-management provided us with the tools we needed when we were already stressed, but did not help us to keep from getting stressed. Self-care was introduced to help us prepare [...]

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05 / 18 / 2023

Injuries sustained during domestic violence incidents are an ever-increasing problem for law enforcement.  The number of incidents reported to law enforcement increases every year.  This increase in domestic violence leads [...]

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05 / 23 / 2023

Trauma-informed leadership is the key to building organizations that are productive, resilient, and cohesive. Balancing the needs of employees, clients, and the organization with compassion and skill is not always [...]

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06 / 01 / 2023

Everyone has experienced the stress response; whether we get upset during an argument, are involved in a high-speed car chase, or we perceive something to be a threat, our stress [...]

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06 / 08 / 2023

Have you ever wished that the person who supervises you consistently demonstrated the characteristics of a genuine leader? That he or she influenced people to follow as a result of [...]

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06 / 13 / 2023

In early 2021, a mob of thousands launched a violent assault on the United States Capitol in an attempt to halt the counting of the electoral ballots. The mob’s sustained [...]

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06 / 20 / 2023

Most homicide and gun violence is far from random and can be analyzed, understood, and addressed at the local level.  This session will set out: The key varieties of homicide [...]

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06 / 27 / 2023

Organizational stressors cause more harm than job duties. The primary reasons for poor staff retention are conflicts with other staff, poor supervision and the feeling administration doesn’t support staff.  [...]

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06 / 29 / 2023

Our recollections for events we experience can be influenced by other sources of suggested information.  This webinar will provide an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of eyewitness memory, and [...]

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07 / 06 / 2023

There are now powerful, effective, evidence-based approaches to preventing homicide and gun violence.  This session will address: Preventing group violence; Preventing violence by individual violent offenders; Preventing intimate partner violence; [...]

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07 / 25 / 2023

Women have been told for ages to Lean In, be the Bosslady, to speak up, sit at the table and on and on. But why do we have to be [...]

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09 / 07 / 2023

This course will provide information on how to properly identify all parties involved with the OSAG (Organized Staged Accident Group(s)​ as well as various search techniques to identify all [...]

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09 / 12 / 2023

“Why is this therapist such a bad witness?”  “Why is this psychologist refusing to release their paperwork to me?”  “Why is this doctor giving me such a hard time?”  If [...]

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09 / 14 / 2023

First Responder Support Team (FRST) Midwest is a non-profit established by First Responders to serve First Responders. The multi-disciplinary board of directors have worked alongside culturally competent mental health professionals [...]

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09 / 19 / 2023

In this course, we discuss individual employee performance management processes. We will discuss job tasks, creating employees' job performance categories, and setting goals and objectives. We will look at training, [...]

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09 / 21 / 2023

Studies have shown that depression and PTSD are up to 5 times more common in first responders and that 85% of first responders have experienced symptoms related to mental health conditions. Most [...]

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09 / 26 / 2023

This presentation will discuss the roles law enforcement and state Juvenile Justice play in investigating crimes perpetrated by juveniles.  North Carolina’s Juvenile Justice Reinvestment Act, AKA “Raise the Age,” [...]

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09 / 28 / 2023

Managers' and trainers' overall duty is to develop their colleagues and students. Often employee development is wrapped up in what or how. This is due, in large part as the [...]

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Recorded Webinars

Daniel Coble

When can “he said/she said” come into court?  Hearsay can be complicated and tricky because it consists of different rules with different exceptions to those rules.  While all states [...]

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Kathy Murphy

This talk will discuss a concept that we all have innate wisdom, knowing inside of us, and that when we utilize it, we will be able to know what to [...]

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Sarah Boyd

International bots, troll farms, shepherds: they have been active on social media for more than a decade, but in recent divisive years, they’ve really come to the forefront for [...]

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Obed Magny

Given the issues and changes that the policing profession is facing, leaders are now looking for ways to keep their people engaged and satisfied in their jobs. How to achieve [...]

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Deborah Johnson

This is the second installment of Deborah Johnson’s webinar series on courtroom testimonies for expert witnesses. The first session looked into preparing for the trial – the importance of soft [...]

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Nick Spencer

Workplace violence is one of the most horrific incidents in society today. Who commits such acts? Agitated individuals who are recently terminated or are displaying high-risk behavior motivated by different [...]

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Steven A. Smith Jr.
Philip Smith
Katie Nelson

In a fast-paced and highly critical world where information and misinformation spread in a matter of seconds, having a Public Information Officer (PIO) for law enforcement agencies is no longer [...]

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Ed Sherman, Psy.D.

This is the third installment of Dr. Ed Sherman’s webinar series. The first part tackled the Leader’s Dilemma and how leaders can balance the interests of employees and [...]

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Nicole Fredricks Jackson

We all want to be better off in life – be it physically, emotionally, or professionally. But any improvement entails changes – and this is typically where the difficulty comes in because [...]

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Al Cobos

Maslow’s Hierarchy Of Needs has been used for decades to understand human requirements and motivations in life. The model can also be utilized to evaluate and subsequently drive performance [...]

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Jarrett Morris
Michael Chitwood
Ronald E. Brooks

From crime scenes and mass casualties to military field forward ops, Rapid DNA is revolutionizing the once complicated and delayed process of human DNA profiles for identification. From an investigative [...]

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Bobby Kipper
Scott Geller, PhD

With the barrage of issues hounding law enforcement and related justice professions, different approaches utilizing complicated models, advanced skills, and innovations are implemented in response. But at the heart of [...]

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Rodger Ruge

Helping professions are very demanding. Those employed in these fields must be fit in every sense of the word to be hired. Being in these professions, however, subject them to [...]

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Brenda Dietzman

Men and women are different – but it doesn’t make one better than the other. Each one has strengths that can be harnessed and weaknesses that can be improved. This [...]

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Travis Martinez

 Organized Retail Crime (ORC) not only impacts the businesses whose merchandise are stolen, but it also increases the costs to customers as businesses try to offset the losses or worse, [...]

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Jarriel Jordan, Sr
Megan Price
Michael Delaney

The deeper why to the criminal justice system profession is to maintain peace and public safety, to prevent crime from occurring, and when an individual has already committed an offense – [...]

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Wendy A. Dutton

This is the second part of the webinar series on Forensic Interviews with Children. The first installment provided guidance on the types of information to gather that are valuable when [...]

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Deborah Johnson

It’s not what you know but how well you’re able to communicate it. This is especially true in depositions and the court setting during testimonies. For individuals who [...]

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Christine Johnson
Chief David Roddy
Caroline Huffaker
Frank Straub, PhD

2020 is one for the books for law enforcement. In between the pandemic and civil unrest, the other existing organizational challenges, and the regular calls for service, law enforcement was not [...]

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Dennis Nayor

This is the second part of the webinar series on Career Survival with the Administrative Ranks in Policing. The first installment introduced the components to promote career survival that leaders [...]

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Valarie Findlay

This is the third part of the Justice Clearinghouse webinar series on Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and Social Media Intelligence (SOCMINT). The first session zeroes in on SOCMINT and its [...]

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Jackalyn Rainosek

Change isn’t always easy especially when it isn’t something that we internally decide upon and instead brought about by external forces. Change, however, is also inevitable and something [...]

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Dennis Nayor

Amidst all the controversies and public scrutiny, a job in the law enforcement profession isn’t as appealing as it used to be. But there still are a handful of [...]

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Madison Charman
Randy Fitzgerald
Rich Johnston

Crimes are not equal. An incident of petty shoplifting does not hold the same weight as an armed robbery or murder would, and yet these statistics are reported as if [...]

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Colleen McCollough
Ken Murphy
BJ Wagner

Law enforcement has been unofficially managing community mental health issues despite not being the experts in such situations. The City of Austin identified this as an area for improvement and [...]

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Richard Bojorquez
Pietro “Piero” D’Ingillo
Dave Weiner

Around two out five of veterans are suffering from some form of mental health issue. Unfortunately, a culture deeply ingrained within veterans may prevent them from seeking assistance with the [...]

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Sheryl Victorian

In a time where law enforcement actions and decisions are scrutinized in great detail by the public, everyone within the profession is expected to do their share to foster trust [...]

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Wendy A. Dutton

Witness and victim interviews are critical in investigations. Challenges however arise when the victim or witness is a child who may not be able to fully articulate what they experienced [...]

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Mickey Osterreicher
Michael Parker

A picture is worth a thousand words – but a video of a police officer can garner a million views and is on the internet forever. In today’s world, cameras [...]

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Brenda Dietzman

True leadership does not rely on titles. It is often observed in day-to-day situations where people step up outside of their roles and serve as informal leaders to ensure successful [...]

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Marc Hildebrand

Looking to make a change but finding yourself not just quite going all in or unable to sustain it? What you just might need to truly make things happen for [...]

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Rodger Ruge

An average human being is bound to go through about two traumatic events in a lifetime. But for those working in emergency services and other helping professions, that is increased [...]

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Michael Levin

If you lost one parent after another just after graduating from highschool, how do you think your life would’ve turn out to be? Would you have dwelled in your [...]

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Wes Dotson

People entangled in the criminal justice system commonly struggle with social skills. With this in mind, it makes sense that those who are assigned to help them navigate the criminal [...]

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Obed Magny

Leaders in the criminal justice field need to be emotionally intelligent, now more than ever. Being a leader who understands and relates to people from various backgrounds and all walks [...]

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Madeline Noblett
Kate Kimble

Public service agencies are recognizing the importance of a multi-disciplinary and inter-agency approach to critical incident response as well as the significance of public information and communications teams in these [...]

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Daniel Coble

Every American must know their rights, more importantly, law enforcement must be informed and up to date with this to be able to fulfill their role effectively. In this webinar, [...]

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BJ Wagner

Law enforcement by default is tasked with the responsibility of dealing with mental health emergencies on top of the profession’s challenges when it comes to funding, staffing, and other [...]

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Nelly Miles

Critical incidents, particularly officer use of force and officer-involved shootings, create challenges for law enforcement agencies. But more than the details of the event or the people involved in it, [...]

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Halcyon Frank

There is more to leadership than just the title and prestige of the people. In its truest essence, leadership does not require a title but entails selflessness and perseverance to [...]

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Valarie Findlay

When crimes are committed and criminals are moving in the online space, it only makes sense for law enforcement to likewise move their efforts online. Utilizing the power of Open-Source [...]

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Heather Vovak
David Weisburd
Cody Telep

There are beliefs that police reform initiatives are antagonistic to crime reduction, a push and pull that has created political friction from different sectors and their respective agendas. This webinar [...]

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Justin Erikson

Various approaches have been employed by different law enforcement agencies to rectify the damage of a few but too publicized incidents and rebuild trust within the communities they serve. Most [...]

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Michael Gomez

Anyone who has experienced vicarious trauma (VT) or secondary trauma (ST) and burnout, or is helping others with these, know too well the conscious effort it takes to manage let [...]

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Dane Sorensen
Carlena Orosco
Michael White

There are lots of attention on de-escalation training for police over the last several years. Like any agency in the US, the Tempe Police Department likewise wants to reap its [...]

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Wendy Hummell

The need to support law enforcement officers’ holistic wellness given the stressful, if not downright traumatic nature of the job, is being recognized by more and more agencies and even [...]

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Elizabeth A. Dunn
Rebecca Morgenstern Brenner
John T. Schultz

Criminal justice professionals are subjected to public scrutiny these days. Despite being overburdened already on any regular day, they are still the ones on the frontlines responding when critical events [...]

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Al Cobos

For criminal justice agencies, challenges are more of the status quo than the extra-ordinary circumstance. These become even more challenging when people must be steered into an intended path, but [...]

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Thomas Dworak

Leaders shape the outcomes of the agencies they direct and the job satisfaction of the people they manage. Given the current staffing crisis in the criminal justice profession, the role [...]

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Jessica Ellefritz

Any effective Crime Gun Intelligence Program relies on the expeditious processing of firearms-related evidence to achieve the goal of intelligence lead, firearms-based investigations.  The possible intelligence gained through National Integrated [...]

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Ray Nash

Various innovations assist law enforcement in the investigative process today. However, there will always be instances where good old-fashioned detective work and interviewing people is what is required to crack [...]

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Miriam Foxx

Technology has been an MVP in everyone’s life for the last decade at least. It is no different with public safety and first responder agencies – particularly law enforcement that [...]

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Margaret M. Crowley

Apart from the fact that corrections facilities are over capacity, it is also acknowledged that existing sentencing procedures and outcomes don’t always address the root of the problem. Alternative [...]

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Renée J. Mitchell, J.D., Ph.D.

Numerous programs are being implemented in law enforcement in attempt to combat existing problems that plague the community – some of which achieve the goals they set out, some not quite. [...]

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Katie Nelson

Given the sheer number and extent of events and incidents that have been transpiring one after another, public safety agencies are trying to come up with ways to be able [...]

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Alex Lucero
Megan Price

Campus police and security services are expected to protect college and university communities. A lot of them, however, have limited authority compared the sworn law enforcement. In the absence of [...]

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William "Bill" Loucks Jr

Those working in law enforcement deal with all the facets of the drug trade. To be able to be fully effective in the role, law enforcement professionals must be adept [...]

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Chris Jones

Personality assessments are a great way to better understand oneself in the people around us. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is one of the most widely used personality assessments across [...]

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Jonathan Aronie
Travis Taniguchi
Gary Cordner

Issues are inundating the law enforcement profession as it relates to how officers interact who are the members of the community they have sworn to serve. There is much public [...]

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

Implicit bias training has been integrated into the criminal justice system over at least 6 years in response to tragic incidents that have befallen the profession. Despite the pervasiveness of such [...]

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William "Bill" Loucks Jr

There are lots of nuances involved in the legalization of marijuana. Changes are taking place and it only makes sense for us to adapt. People working in the criminal justice [...]

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Bobby Kipper

More and more workplaces including the criminal justice field are paying attention to employee wellness. Different initiatives, programs, and services are being made available to the workforce to ensure that [...]

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Daniel Donahue

When we think of law enforcement, the things we often attribute with it are tactical skills, public service, and keeping peace in the community. But at present, with the continuous [...]

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Valarie Findlay

Most people now have an online alter ego, aptly called as our “digital selves”. Just having an email address, doing financial transactions online, and subscribing to newsletters or different forms [...]

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Halcyon Frank

Attracting and hiring the right candidates is an uphill battle in today’s job market, especially in emergency communications where small candidate pools were already the norm. From employees working [...]

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Jonni Redick

This is the second installment of Jonni Redick’s two-part webinar series How Women Rise. The first part looked into perfectionism, people-pleasing, waiting for others to see you, social relationships [...]

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Amy Morgan

What drives people to end their lives? Amy Morgan leads the discussion on the factors that lead to suicide ideation, common myths surrounding it, and what can be done to [...]

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Thomas Dworak

Law enforcement is struggling with staffing issues. First, the profession is no longer seen as an appealing option for those looking to start a career. Second, a slew of law [...]

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Wes Dotson

People with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are more likely than the general population to have an involvement with the criminal justice system because of characteristics and behavior distinctive to them [...]

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Wendy Hummell

People often compartmentalize the symptoms that they are experiencing into physical, mental, or emotional. What we often miss is the interrelations of these symptoms with one another. Wendy Hummel leads [...]

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Michael Daniels

Once an individual becomes involved with the criminal justice system, it becomes the responsibility of the system the provide them with their needs and support so they may be successfully [...]

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In this day and age where equality between genders is highly upheld in society, there is still an apparent gap in terms of the number of women working in the [...]

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Al Cobos

Implementing disciplinary measures in the workplace are performance and accountability mechanisms to ensure that the workforce is performing up to a certain standard and are not violating any standards or [...]

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Eldon D. Amoroso
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Patrick Doyle

With the war in Europe, COVID resurging, global crime, and cyber threats, among others, the pressure between states, territories, and geographies of the world is increasing. In this era, we [...]

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Michael Gomez

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Offender Profiling is a process that aims to narrow down the suspect pool and prioritize the most likely type of perpetrator responsible for the crime. This is one of the [...]

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Terry Clark
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Ed Sherman, Psy.D.

This session is a supplement to the Dealing With Challenging Staff Members webinar. This time around, Ed Sherman will be answering the many questions webinar participants have sent in related [...]

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Scott Kirshner

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Bobby Kipper

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Brenda Dietzman

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Sara Metz
Bill Walsh
Sammie Wicks

Events that transpired in the last few years made it evident more than ever the challenges the public safety profession is facing. Forced to adapt in a fast-changing world of [...]

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Stephen Barborini

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Don Redmond

The benefits of technology for the law enforcement profession have been undeniable In their mission to save lives and maintain public safety. However, technology likewise poses some concerns for the [...]

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Jennifer Viets
Matt Butler

Nlets is a truly beneficial resource that may be utilized by law enforcement professionals to aid in the investigative procedure. Unfortunately, not every agency is familiar with the ways that [...]

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Bobby Kipper

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Chris Jones

Change isn't easy – be it at the individual level and even more for organizations that have multiple moving parts, with complex systems policies and protocols that will be impacted by [...]

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Katie Nelson

As people’s lives get more and more intertwined with the digital world, actors with criminal intent are leveraging social media and other online spaces to wreak havoc, threaten communities, [...]

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Jessica Simpson

Thirty to forty million renters across the country are at risk of being evicted from their homes due to the pandemic and resulting unemployment. this means that an estimated 10 to 11 [...]

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Robbi Lachenal
Linda Michaels
Michael Stelzen

Supporting victims of crime is a mission-critical aspect of many entities within the criminal justice system.  In many cases, the personnel and divisions mandated to deliver these services are funded [...]

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Lois James, PhD

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C. Gabrielle Salfati

Police work is more than just patrolling the streets and catching people committing offenses. They are more complex crimes that require lots of groundwork, investigation, forensic analysis, and pattern recognition [...]

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Jon Murad
William Bratton
Cory Haberman

The law enforcement field has gone through massive changes over the last half a century. Various programs, models, and related buzzwords made their way into the profession, all with their [...]

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Wendy Hummell

Ever felt like you want to achieve something only to feel limited by your own thoughts and beliefs? Don't worry because you're not the only one. You see, humans are [...]

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Ed Sherman, Psy.D.

Anyone who has been put in charge of a group of people is well aware that there will always be someone or a few who will make the job a [...]

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Rhea DuMont

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John Snook

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Thomas Dworak

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Kim Colegrove

For a lot of people, meditation is typically seen as a practice linked to eastern religions and beliefs. This notion tends to create hesitancy and fear that practicing it means [...]

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Cris Marquardt
Rebecca David
Paul Musack
Tony Abate
Dion McArthur

Learn about Nova, the Nlets Secure Cloud Platform, and how it can be leveraged by your agency or organization for standalone services as well as connected services that utilize the [...]

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Al Cobos

For most, the concept of decision-making involves deliberating various factors religiously to come up with a logical decision. For those working as law enforcement, first responders, and in other professions [...]

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Amy Morgan

When faced with a critical event, an agency will not try to just handle everything on its own. It will call in every possible resource from partner agencies and even [...]

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Marc Hildebrand

So many things to do, so little time. We all have goals for different aspects of our lives that it just seems impossible to accomplish all at the same time. [...]

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Joseph Young
Courtney Nilan
Travis Taniguchi
Katherine Hoogesteyn

Traditional firearms can be traced using unique identifiers utilized by law enforcement in investigations to be able to make sense of who are the firearm sources and the trigger pullers [...]

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Brenda Dietzman

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Rich Martin

Law enforcement personnel are stressed and leaving their jobs, and very few are interested in joining it to fill the positions. Meanwhile, the public questions law enforcement’s authority and [...]

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Marli Mayon

This is the second part of the webinar series on Working with LGBTQ+ Survivors of Sexual Violence. While the first installment provided an understanding of the LGBTQ+ population and LGBTQ+ [...]

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Jenn Markey
Martin Hoff

Trusted identities, credentials, and transactions of employees and citizens are more important now than ever. Hybrid work environments are becoming the norm, financial and personal information-based transactions are happening more [...]

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Andrew Campbell

Family violence is a societal issue that requires collaboration between different segments to be fully addressed. As an institution in the community that a sizeable chunk of people refers to [...]

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Martin Stark
John T. Schultz

This is the third installment of a three-part webinar series on the Investigation and Prosecution of Criminal Vehicular Homicide Cases. The first course provided guidance and basic concepts to effectively [...]

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Sandra K. Antoniak

This course is the third part of a webinar series on issues related to violence perpetrated by children and adolescents. While the previous sessions looked into risk assessment instruments for [...]

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Yaneisy Delgado

More and more agencies are implementing evidence-based, data-driven, and forensic-led policing approaches. The Miami-Dade Police Department is one of those with a more robust Forensic Services Bureau and NIBIN programs [...]

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Melissa Reuland
Rob Davis
Jennifer Zeunik

Police officers and sheriff’s deputies help people in crisis. The crisis though, can be a lot of things, and it includes people going through some sort of mental health [...]

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Anna Walton

More than being the middleman that collects information and relays it to the first responders on the field, the role of dispatchers has expanded and now involves actual call resolution [...]

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William "Bill" Loucks Jr

The opioid crisis currently plaguing the United States did not just spring out of nowhere and happen overnight. It is a perfect storm brought about by myriad factors including pain [...]

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Dr. John W. Newcomer, M.D.
Julie Hiett
Carol Caraballo

Law enforcement is often placed in the position of responding to individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis, whether a serious mental illness or substance use disorder. Thriving Mind South Florida, [...]

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Katie Monroe
Andrea Harrison
Jennifer Thompson

People are deprived of their agency, power, and choice when a crime is committed against them. What the justice system provides within its purview is a means to restore this [...]

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Eric Scott
Dan Weis
Manuel Gonzales III

Incidents in the recent past took a toll on the public’s confidence in law enforcement. To address this, agencies all over the US have implemented community policing initiatives to [...]

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Dr. Amber Simpler

Competency refers to the individual’s ability to understand their legal situation, its potential outcomes, and participate in a legal proceeding. Restoration is an effort to uphold justice by providing [...]

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Amy Morgan

Who are you know and where do you want to be? Existentialist questions are tough, but these are things that we ought to contemplate on if we want to live [...]

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People with autism are 4 to 5 times more likely than the general population to have an encounter with law enforcement. The reasons lie in the characteristics and behavior distinctive to those [...]

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Shawn Williams

The issue of training and its efficacy has been brought up in an attempt to address the use of force issues law enforcement has encountered in the not-so-distant past. This [...]

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Bob Troyer

This webinar will help prosecutors and law enforcement personnel understand how best to use NIBIN evidence in a courtroom. It will cover what NIBIN is and what it isn’t. [...]

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Brenda Dietzman

Are you at a crossroad in your life? Is the demand of a job in the helping profession making you reconsider your career and life plans? Know that others have [...]

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Jonni Redick

Between the riots and civil unrest, use of force incidents, and the pandemic, just to name a few, it’s been a turbulent and crisis-filled ride for law enforcement. While [...]

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Ron Mueller
John T. Schultz

This is the second installment of a three-part webinar series on the Investigation and Prosecution of Criminal Vehicular Homicide Cases. While the first course provided guidance and basic concepts to [...]

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Jim Martin

In a machine, each part has its specific functions so things run smoothly. In the corrections setting, custody officials and health staff provide inmates with the immediate services they need [...]

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Dr. Hirsh Handmaker
Hilary Weinberg

Incidents of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) in intimate partner violence (IPV) victims can be traced back to the last 50 years. There hasn’t been enough attention given to this issue [...]

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Ed Sherman, Psy.D.

Succession planning is often viewed as an organizational issue that can only be resolved by those in the top positions. In reality, there is much that can be done at [...]

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Joe Smarro

Compassionate policing is a mindset and culture that must be adopted across law enforcement agencies to be fully effective in the community. Not only does it provide community members with [...]

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Michael Levin

Change is always easier said than done. And more often than not, when change is implemented, it isn’t always done in an approach that makes the most sense for [...]

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Judge Brandon Birmingham

Three dead bodies were discovered in three separate incidents between December 1990 to March 1991 in Dallas. They were all women who worked as prostitutes and their eyes all found to be [...]

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Marli Mayon

Understanding the dynamics of sexual violence is complex as it is. When the nuances related to gender identities, gender expression, and sexual orientation are taken into account, it becomes even [...]

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Shannon Scully
John Snook

In 2020, Congress the Federal Communications Commission made 988 the universal three-digit dialing code for mental health crisis in the United States. It is an expansion of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’[...]

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Daniel Mullins
Gary Steiner

This webinar will present concepts for using modern technology within custody environments to address unique challenges presented by consent decrees and court mandates. This information is relevant to all types [...]

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Thomas Dworak

Our lives and the world in general tend to be full of uncertainty. The uncertainty is ultimately beyond our control but there is something we can control in such instances – [...]

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Dave McClure
Jeremy Barnum

The idea of autonomous vehicles (AVs) may seem like some futuristic utopia you only see in TV or movies. But actually, we are slowly transitioning into a society where AVs [...]

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Todd Wagner
Chad Sullivan
Jennifer DeLett-Snyder, M.S.

At least 60% of American children have been exposed to violent crime or abuse and 40% were direct victims of two or more violent acts. Exposure to such have effects that can [...]

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Natalie Hipple
Mark Kraft
Kerry Yerico

Agencies across the world have been trying for some time now to address the issue of crime gun violence. It is easier said than done, especially back when the technology [...]

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Bobby Kipper
Scott Geller, PhD

Different approaches to policing are being introduced and implemented – some require complicated models, technical skills, and some of the most cutting-edge technology. However, it is typically the foundational concepts that [...]

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Chris Jones

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a widely used personality assessment used all over the world. In the professional setting, familiarity with the MBTI can help boost individual and team [...]

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Andrew Campbell

The rural community setting – isolated homes, lack of or hard-to-reach community resources, and community members knowing each other – may create a greater risk of family violence. Given these characteristics, a [...]

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Kevin Morison

A lot is changing in policing, but the training methods and curriculum doesn’t seem to be keeping pace with the changes in the profession. The Police Executive Research Forum ([...]

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Patrick Doyle
Robert Turner

Our every move now has some form of digital footprint – be it an image, video, or geolocation. The existence of digital evidence can make law enforcement work easier. It’s [...]

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John T. Schultz

In 2019 in Florida alone, more than 3,000 individuals were killed in traffic crashes, compared to just 600+ who are murdered. With this in mind, it is more likely that our community members [...]

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The need for body cameras continues to grow all across the country, but some traditional systems are prohibitively expensive.  Visual Labs will show how an Android smartphone can be deployed [...]

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Josh Fisher

This is the second installment of a two-part webinar series on data-driven decision making for animal welfare organizations. The first course provided guidance on which data to track, the importance [...]

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Katie Nelson

A lot has changed in terms of how people consume information and remain up to date with current events. From waiting to watch the news at a fixed time of [...]

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Wendy Hummell
Brenda Dietzman

It entails a high level of resilience to work in helping professions. This is especially true for women who must constantly be present for the people they serve at work [...]

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Vaughn Baker

Violence in schools, workplaces, and other integral organizations costs a lot. From the equipment and infrastructure that is damaged, the business operations that must stop to give way to investigations, [...]

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Jonni Redick

If you’ve ever sought to get promoted, you probably know the feeling that comes with preparing for it – the sense of not knowing what you’ll be facing come [...]

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Kim Colegrove

Helping professions like law enforcement, dispatchers, EMTs, and firefighters are subjected to some of the most dreadful aspects of a community. All the horrors they’ve witnessed, listened to, or [...]

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Shannon Denard

To “Protect and Serve” requires “Trust and Cooperation.” Law Enforcement utilizes police academy training on every call but not every community call results in law enforcement to community relationship cooperation. [...]

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Jesse Loomis

More and more public sector entities are leveraging technology and innovations especially after the pandemic posed limitations on how we interact. Auctioning foreclosed property used to be done in the [...]

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Matthew Barter
Amanda Burstein
Melissa Reuland

With the public scrutiny that the law enforcement profession has been subjected to, agencies have been working hard to demonstrate their effectiveness in addressing the challenges that they face daily. [...]

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C. Gabrielle Salfati

Mental illness issues are much higher in first responders than in civilians. Deterioration of mental health is observed in criminal justice and public safety professionals during their time of service [...]

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  The FCC’s most recent rulemaking regarding Inmate Calling Services (‘ICS’) was finalized on August 1st, 2021. This new rulemaking brings several important changes in how Inmate Telephone Providers can [...]

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Ed Sherman, Psy.D.

Decision-making is one of those skills that we never really get proper training for. It is one thing to make questionable decisions in our personal lives. But when the decisions [...]

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Jim Martin

We’ve been traversing the COVID-19 world for almost two years now and it has changed a lot of things in the world. When the pandemic first struck, everyone was [...]

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Kerry Mensior

Have you ever found yourself dealing with a situation that was emotionally charged and where everyone there viewed you with mistrust and sometimes even hatred?  What about when someone you [...]

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Richard Samuels
Michelle Welch

Animal cruelty cases are complex. Mainly because not everyone in the criminal justice system is as versed with animal law, and handling animals poses real physical dangers to anyone responding [...]

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Rich Martin

Leaders can implement various strategies but a deeply ingrained organizational culture can resist if not downright reject any efforts for change. This webinar will expound on the importance of organizational [...]

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Grant McDougall

The law enforcement profession is demanding to say the least. In a career where one is deployed to some of the most dangerous and daunting situations, it requires those who [...]

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Chris Jones

Domestic violence (DV) and intimate partner violence (IPV) are quite problematic. There’s the relationship between the victim and the abuser which makes the victim reluctant to report. The justice [...]

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Jackson Gillet

Are you using software services? Are they helping reduce response times and increase efficiencies for calls? We live in a technology-driven world which can be daunting to implement. But, if [...]

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Sandra K. Antoniak

Transitional age brain happens between the age of 13 to 25 years old where there’s a mismatch between the areas of the brain involved in emotions and pleasure and the region [...]

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Josh Fisher

Dataism is deemed as the modern-day ideology. Everything must be backed up by some sort of data to be considered compelling. Some industries however weren’t founded to be data-focused [...]

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Bobby Kipper

In the last couple of years, there has been a shift in the criminal justice training arena towards the ‘soft skills’ to help criminal justice professionals manage the people they [...]

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Obed Magny

Transformational leadership is an approach that aims to increase engagement, enhance the motivation, and improve morale of the workforce. It is also a valuable tool for justice professionals to have [...]

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Wendy A. Dutton
Lindsay M. Gephardt

The best people to provide clarity in any case are the ones who actually experienced or witnessed it. But when your top witness is a child, it may not be [...]

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Jim Martin

The Suicide Prevention Resource Guide was conceived with a goal to find solutions for suicidal individuals and suicide risks in correctional facilities. It provides insights, promising practices, and guidelines for [...]

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Rich LeCates

The law enforcement profession is facing so many obstacles – civil unrest and political tension, pandemic restrictions, budget allocation, mass attrition – which makes one somewhat doubt if there really is some [...]

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Jake Kamins

To get people to do things and follow specific rules, you tell them what to do. But for some, getting things etched in their memory requires a more creative approach. [...]

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Celia Besore
Carmen Van Voorhis
Jay Hauhn
Bob Finney III

The ASAP (Automated Secure Alarm Protocol) to PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point) service provides unprecedented efficiencies for public safety agencies by automating the creation of calls-for-service, effectively saving minutes spent [...]

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Alycia Cisneros
Alexis Calleros
Eden Ruiz-Lopez

One in ten people over the age of 60 are abused or neglected each year, taking into account that elder abuse remains vastly under-detected and underreported. The largest minority group in [...]

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Ray Guidetti

How do you stop gun violence when it reaches a point that an innocent 13-year-old is gunned down while taking the trash out on Christmas Day? You do everything in [...]

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Judge Brandon Birmingham

Charlie Manson is notorious for bringing together a group that is responsible for a series of murders in the Los Angeles area. However, it was his first Lieutenant, Charles, “Tex” [...]

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Brenda Dietzman

Experience is indeed a great teacher. There are things that we don’t get taught or trained in and just end up acquiring the skills as we go through life. [...]

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David Rosengard

When people think of farmed animals, what comes to mind are chickens, cows, and pigs. Its legal definition however provides specific conditions for an animal to be part of this [...]

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William "Bill" Loucks Jr

Is it hemp or is it marijuana? That is the question. It can actually be pretty confusing but law enforcement officers ought to be able to discern the similarities and [...]

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Wendy Hummell

The concept of resilience may seem abstract and at times romanticized to a fault. But at its core and in the practical side of looking at things, resilience is a [...]

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Lois James, PhD

With the inherent nature of the law enforcement profession where officers are exposed to challenging conditions, traumatic circumstances, plus add the shift work into the equation, fatigue becomes inevitable. Numerous [...]

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Ed Sherman, Psy.D.

Typically, the interests of the employees and the employers are viewed to be at odds with each other, and leaders also usually find themselves in a dilemma and balancing on [...]

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Kate Kimble

We’re all living in a world where information is being released for public consumption constantly. Unfortunately, some of these are actually inaccurate or just deliberate misinformation. Public safety agencies [...]

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Al Cobos

Getting people to mobilize around a goal isn’t always the easiest thing to do. The same goes for getting the community members into building relationships with law enforcement that [...]

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Jake Kamins

We all have some vague idea about how the justice system works, be it with how it is portrayed in the media, with how public trials are covered in the [...]

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John Barbieri
Michael M. Cutone

Police cannot arrest their way out of criminal activities in communities, that is for sure. Arresting all the bad actors law enforcement can get their hands on places a huge [...]

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown

This is the final installment of the six-part Emotional Intelligence (EI) webinar series. Past sessions introduced the Dr. Reuven Bar-on EI Model, unpacked self-awareness, discussed the importance of stress management, [...]

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Wendy Rountree
Cody Telep
Jon Bottema

Patrol officers are the ones that spend most time on the field so it makes sense that they’re able to gather leads and other information while interacting with the [...]

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David Rosengard

Meaningful progress in crime victims’ rights in the US truly shaped criminal justice. The best part, the past decade or so witnessed society’s recognition of the sentience of animals [...]

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K. Campbell

According to the 2020 FBI Internet Crime Report, internet crime complaints and monetary loss due to cybercrimes were at a record high in 2020. The caveat is, of course, these are just [...]

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Cherice Hopkins
Rebecca Burney

Native and Black women and girls are often the targets of sexual exploitation, forcing a narrative that their bodies are for the sexual gratification of men. Cherice Hopkins and Rebecca [...]

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Damon Ing

The first step is always the hardest. It also often is a step outside one’s comfort zone. For law enforcement officers recently promoted to a front-line supervisor, this is [...]

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Easton McDonald
Megan Price

We all experience conflicts, and conflict resolution is a skill that is very valuable and can be applied to all the facets of our lives. For those working in law [...]

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Grant McDougall

The law enforcement field is facing systemic challenges brought about by a mass exodus of law enforcement officers hired in the 90s that are retiring simultaneously and the difficulty of [...]

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Emily LaGratta

The justice system is under heavy scrutiny. The outcome of this is the public’s deteriorating trust in the agencies and processes within. Trust-building is paramount, but the question being [...]

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Don Redmond

The idea of drones being used in law enforcement can raise privacy concerns from the citizens. However, there are lots of benefits to be gained from employing this emerging technology [...]

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C. Gabrielle Salfati

Apart from the forensic science, another aspect of investigation that people find fascinating is the psychology behind it – it’s the type of capabilities that solve some of the most [...]

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Michelle Welch

Animal crimes can be tedious to investigate and prosecute but for small and rural law enforcement agencies, there are unique circumstances that make these even more challenging. Michelle Welch is [...]

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Sheryl Victorian

According to a Gallup Poll, the public’s confidence in law enforcement has declined for both the Black and White segments of the population and has been its lowest point [...]

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Marc Hildebrand

We all want to be the best version of ourselves. Unfortunately, as we juggle so many things in our lives, we sometimes find ourselves dropping some of these, with one [...]

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown

This is the fifth of the Emotional Intelligence (EI) webinar series. In the past four sessions, we’re introduced to the Dr. Reuven Bar-on EI Model, unpacked self-awareness, discussed the [...]

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Laura Joyner
Angela Aufmuth

Law enforcement is inundated with shortages of resources and an overwhelmed workforce. Couple that with talks of reform and defunding, the profession is bending over backward to meet the demands [...]

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Obed Magny

Dealing with critical incidents, people that could potentially endanger public safety, generally righting what is wrong with the community is no easy feat – this is what the criminal justice profession [...]

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Trevor Whipple

People love animals. Sometimes the role of animals for their humans are so valuable that humans depend on them  for daily activities as in the case of service animals and [...]

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Edward Paine
Hilary Weinberg

Most people’s knowledge of the criminal justice system is founded on media portrayals of forensic investigations or court proceedings that are not always realistic. With this in mind, it [...]

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Jake Creps

As we all move towards an online life, so are the bad guys and the crimes. From cybercrimes that put our online security and identities in danger like malwares, phishing, [...]

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Sandra K. Antoniak

One in every ten violent crimes committed in the US is perpetrated by a person younger than 18 years old. Violence perpetrated by youth is truly unsettling. It also makes us, [...]

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Scott Wolfe

The law enforcement field is pushed into the spotlight due to controversial and complicated interactions between the officers and the community. Not one to take things sitting down, law enforcement [...]

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Ben Gorban
Frank Straub, PhD
Jennifer Zeunik

It’s been said time and again, it’s only failure if you don’t learn from it. In the current political climate where law enforcement is under scrutiny, efforts [...]

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Halcyon Frank

The first day on the job can be anxiety-inducing. Everything and everyone is new, and you’re scared to mess up, this is especially true for new dispatchers who learn [...]

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Chris Brosan

When someone decides to be in the law enforcement profession, they might not necessarily be thinking of having to deal with animals and it is assumed that animals remain within [...]

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Michelle Welch

When it comes to making the call in terms of charging for animal law crimes, what the statute prescribes is essential, but context also plays a huge part in determining [...]

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Katie Nelson
Kate Kimble

Transparency is a success indicator in the public service space. How do organizations effectively achieve this in their efforts in an arena that deals with sensitive if not classified information? [...]

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Jayson Chambers
Noreen Charlton

For law enforcement and the courts, ensuring that justice is served, the community is kept safe, and the bad guys are made accountable are the primary goals.  3D technology is [...]

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Duane T. Bowers, LPC

The pandemic affected people all over the world. Physically – with their mobility reduced due to health protocols; socially – with lessened interactions with loved ones; professionally – with productivity impacted by remote [...]

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Dr. Stephen Odom
Amy Morgan

People assume that depression looks the same for everybody, but this isn’t really the case. This session is dedicated to better understand depression – see its prevalence, debunk myths about [...]

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Katharine Manning

There are a lot of people who are suffering from stress and trauma that are not getting the help they need. This fact is only exacerbated over the last year [...]

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Joel Caplan, PhD

What happens when you merge factors of evidence-based and community policing together? Well, you get a super-informed strategy to mitigating and managing crime and other issues that a community might [...]

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown

This session is the fourth of the Dr. Reuven Bar-on Emotional Intelligence Model webinar series. The first session provided an overview of the Emotional Intelligence EQ-i 2.0 model. The second webinar [...]

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Lindsay M. Gephardt

Determining between physical discipline and child abuse essentially boils down to a balancing test between the right of the parent/s to raise their children as they please and the [...]

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Bobby Betros
Laura Sudkamp
Michael Lee
Ronald E. Brooks

With more and more products being sold in the market that features hemp or CBD as an ingredient, distinguishing between hemp and illicit marijuana, CBD and THC, is causing some [...]

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Mark Warren

Safety and security are essential – heads of states, organizational leaders, and celebrities face threats and risks and employ protective details to provide this. Ordinary people, however, can likewise encounter such [...]

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Andrew Campbell

There are risk factors for family violence. This includes financial conditions, level of unemployment, and educational background – things that we can control or manage in one way or another. Natural [...]

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Brenda Dietzman

Willingness to learn is a critical skill in any individual. Learning, however, can be a time-consuming process, and in the public safety and helping profession, the gift of time is [...]

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Wendy Hummell

Who helps the helpers when they’re the ones who need help? Work for those in the helping professions – law enforcement, medical, EMT, animal control, fire, dispatch – seeing people suffering, [...]

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David Rosengard

Animals have overlapping statuses in law. They are property, evidence, and victims of crime. Like any property, they cannot just be unlawfully seized or assigned to a different owner. And [...]

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Sean Goodison

Law enforcement has been the first responder and default go-to entity for so many incidents that they really shouldn’t be involved in the first place. With the realization that [...]

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Johnny Roberson
Rich LeCates

Expectations are high when it comes to what must be done to be seen as effective or successful in this world of technology and information. The same expectations are demanded [...]

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Claire Barrera
Alexandra Appleton

Taking a trauma-informed approach has been central when it comes to handling the victims and survivors of violence. To do this successfully may entail the expertise of people who actually [...]

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Katie Nelson

The last 12 months have been intense. In between a pandemic that threw off the whole world, the attack on the Capitol, incidents that pushed the BLM and StopAAPIHate movements into [...]

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Catherine A. Miller
David "Ship" Shipley

Bad guys know no jurisdictional boundaries. They’ll commit crimes in one city, state, or even country and then perpetrate more in another. While the value of collaboration and information-sharing [...]

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Chris Jones

It’s been said that most of the things we are dealing with in our adulthood are actually remnants of our childhood. We may not see it outright, but once [...]

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Obed Magny

There’s just too much we’re all dealing with in the world today that being on that go-mode just becomes our default setting. It means being always ready in [...]

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Stephany Powell
Kevin Morison

Human trafficking is a global problem that generates billions of dollars in profit. Commonly misconstrued to be a criminal activity involving undocumented immigrants, human trafficking is on the rise in [...]

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Al Cobos

Outside the “cool” parts of law enforcement that we see on TV, a huge chunk of the profession operates on a lot of people skills and community engagement. Checking how [...]

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown

This session is the third of the Emotional Intelligence webinar series. The first session provided an overview of the Emotional Intelligence EQ-i 2.0 model, the research it is based upon, the [...]

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Emily LaGratta

There are performance indicators that can easily be measured for success – things like numbers of arrests, recidivism rate, or completed probation. But there are also more subjective metrics, like fairness. [...]

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Damon Ing

Register to attend this special webinar presentation with Dr. Damon Ing, retired Law Enforcement Officer and Lead Coordinator of the Tarrant County College Law Enforcement Academy in Fort Worth, Texas. [...]

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Jenn Markey
Martin Hoff

When it comes to the identities, credentials, and transactions of employees and citizens, securing a foundation of trust is more important now than ever. This webinar will explore the trends, [...]

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Alexis Calleros
Julie Schoen

There are stereotypes and stigma associated with elders that create barriers preventing older adults from reporting incidents of elder abuse. In a world inundated with information, there are critical things [...]

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Shawn Williams

The turn of events over the last few years highlighted the adverse consequences of lack of cultural intelligence and beliefs fueled by hate. It is useful more than ever to [...]

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Jim Martin

It’s been a year since the world shifted as nations hurried to enforce limitations on people’s social mobility in response to the ballooning casualty of the novel coronavirus. [...]

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Mo Canady
Chris Loane
Michael Lee
Ronald E. Brooks

The pandemic has created different challenges for everyone. The kids and youths are forced to stay at home without their peers and school support system. In the critical adolescent development [...]

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Nina Stively

When it comes to combatting crime and cruelty, would want to ensure that offenders are made accountable for the violence or negligence committed. When the victims are helpless and do [...]

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Barbara Mattes

There’s a lack of awareness regarding sex trafficking. Girls and adult women are being arrested by law enforcement for prostitution when they are actually victims of sex trafficking. Meanwhile, [...]

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K. Campbell

If there’s anything that the last 12 months taught us, it is that things can go awry any moment, danger is always lurking, and it is critical to make personal [...]

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Bryon O'Neil
Noreen Charlton

Technology changes the course of our lives. On one end, it improves how we do things, on the other, it presents new challenges trying to acclimate to it and integrate [...]

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Michelle Welch

Between the lack of legal familiarity within the court, society’s oblivion to the suffering of animals, and the animals’ inability to testify on their experience and plight, proving animal [...]

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Jamie L. Roush

Data-driven and evidence-based approach is the buzzword in almost any industry lately. With all the data that’s made available from the numerous technology and systems that we are using, [...]

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Michael “Vince” Kersey
James Reed

Collaboration and information-sharing are key to any effective law enforcement effort. And there is no greater testament to this than the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC). EPIC is one of, [...]

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Brenda Dietzman

We all probably started out in our careers with some goal. But somewhere along the journey, the goal may start to blur, we might get sidetracked, finding ourselves meandering or [...]

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Chris Eloiza
Gabrielle Padilla

It’s about time we recognize the value of corrections. Not just to merely protect the community by keeping the bad guys out of the streets, but also through the [...]

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown

This webinar is the second of a three-part series on emotional intelligence. The first session provided an overview of the Emotional Intelligence EQ-i 2.0 model, the research it is based upon, [...]

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Duane T. Bowers, LPC

We witnessed massive changes around us. Between 2020’s wildfires, COVID-19, George Floyd, the civil unrest, to a heated presidential election, and the fresh Capitol riot of 2021, we’re all forced [...]

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Katie Nelson

Dealing with critical incidents is a default setting for those working in the law enforcement arena. Those in the front lines are putting themselves at risk handling some of the [...]

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Shane Nolte
Krista Thronson
BJ Wagner
Dr. Margie Balfour
John Snook

Emergencies are typically grouped based on who can resolve them: fire, medic, or police. It’s easy to determine which ones fall under fire and medic. For all the gray [...]

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Halcyon Frank

Dispatch serves as the intermediary between members of the community and the first responders who can help them. But merely being the messenger is not sufficient when it comes to [...]

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Adam Leath

The COVID-19 pandemic truly reshaped how we live and the criminal justice field is just one of the sectors affected by it. The new normal found its way to the [...]

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Jesse Loomis

With COVID-19 rampant across the U.S., sheriffs in Pennsylvania sought to find a way to continue their auctions without risking further spread of the infection. A progressive sheriff decided [...]

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Chris Loane
Michael Lee
Ronald E. Brooks

Fentanyl and drugs containing fentanyl are the leading cause of overdose deaths in America.  Law enforcement officers are encountering this deadly drug with increasing frequency during traffic stops, on calls [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Some of the most pressing problems that entities both in the public and private sphere are facing right now boil down to ethics. Use of force, bribery, and corruption are [...]

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David Black

First responders are the people whom the community depend on to do the dirty work – the ones we know we can’t handle and are too difficult. Given the stressful [...]

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Al Cobos

Managers aim to move their people towards an organizational goal. But by merely telling someone just what to do, you may be setting them up for failure when they’re [...]

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Ashley Heiberger

We’ve heard it time and again, from sage life advice to pop culture… With great power comes great responsibility. The past few years is testament to how this applies [...]

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Matthew C. Thomas
Kevin  Armbruster
Kerry Yerico

Amidst the socio-political atmosphere, the entity that swore to serve and protect the public is experiencing some of the greatest challenges – distrust from the communities and the threat of being [...]

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Dr. Kris Otteman DVM
Linda Fielder
Emily Lewis

The concept of the animal-human bond simply refers to the role that animals play in human’s lives. Veterinarians play a critical role in the animal-human bond with their duty [...]

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Jeffery Carroll
Alex Goldenberg
Glen Mills
Paul G. Goldenberg
Mark Pfeifle

Disinformation is wreaking havoc on our modern society. The January sixth attack on the Capitol is one of the most glaring and horrifying examples of which. Groups that operate on [...]

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Erin Monahan
Trent Hayden

For most, the concept of online research is just merely doing a Google search and then rummaging through the millions of search results that it returns. This session aims to [...]

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Amy Morgan

In discussions that relate to mental health, self-care, and wellness, one of the points that is stressed time and again is to reach out to resources proactively and when needed. [...]

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown

In the real world, it takes more than just the traditional definition of intelligence to make it in life. Emotional intelligence, also known as EQ, is regarded as a much [...]

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Carolyn Naoroz
Janne Gaub

Body-worn cameras (BWCs) are touted by law enforcement agencies for its ability to uphold transparency and accountability. No doubt, BWCs are beneficial in the overall goal of justice, but what [...]

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Mark Warren

By nature, humans tend to avoid thinking of the negative things we have to deal with. This tendency limits our ability to deal with the negativity when it comes. But [...]

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Michael Goold

Organizational productivity has been linked to a multitude of factors, and leadership is identified as one of the key cornerstones of this topic. The role of managers is seen as [...]

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Jeri’ Greer
Danielle (Hunter) Thompson

This session is the third installment of the Proactive Response to Domestic Violence webinar series. The first course discussed how domestic violence is perpetrated even when the offender is already [...]

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

Information circulated in online platforms is being leveraged to mobilize the population to stand up for justice and accountability. But the same channels are used to spread false information that [...]

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Frankie Grimsman
Roger Blevins

Crimes are either by commission or omission. When it comes to cruelty to children, one can either commit abuse by harming a child or fail to act as required and [...]

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Adam Leath

Too often, employees come to their bosses for grievances in hopes that they can provide answers to their questions and solutions to their issues. But did it ever occur what [...]

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Jon Gaster
Justin Steinke

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 [...]

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Beth Gammie

Probably one of the best developments that we’ve seen in the last few years related to critical event and disaster response is how agencies responsible for preparations and rescue [...]

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Katharine Manning

Victims often feel violated or scared after an incident, so ensuring that there are rights that protect them is crucial in getting their cooperation throughout the case. Victims’ rights serve [...]

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Kevin Johnson

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 [...]

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David Grantham

This is the third installment of the Detention Intelligence webinar series. The first webinar explained the wealth of information waiting to be leveraged in detention and correction facilities that may [...]

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Kim Basinger
Roger Blevins

Sexual abuse no doubt is traumatic for the victim. The processes involved following the incident may get even more confusing and stressful. Having to recount what happened to investigators and [...]

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David Hyche

The common misconception is that violent crimes happen in big cities more than they do in small towns. Interestingly, if to analyze the crime figures vis-à-vis the population, it [...]

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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, [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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, [...]

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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. [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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. [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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. [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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. [...]

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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 [...]

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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, [...]

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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 [...]

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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. [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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Clifford Pinkney
David Hutchinson
Mark Pfeifle
James Stuart
David Beth

Incidents of civil unrest have been materializing in different parts of the US. The issue itself is complex and unfortunately, it is the law enforcement agencies that are bearing the [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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Roger Blevins

Neglect happens behind closed doors. The moment other people realize the level of neglect a parent or guardian is inflicting onto a child, it could be too late. The damage [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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, [...]

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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, [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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