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Upcoming Webinars

Jake Creps
05 / 12 / 2021

Manual investigations can be time-consuming for law enforcement personnel. Join Skopenow to discover best practices in uncovering fraudulent product listings and seller accounts. Learn how to seamlessly expand your investigation [...]

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Edward Paine
Hilary Weinberg
05 / 13 / 2021

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

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Trevor Whipple
05 / 18 / 2021

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

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Obed Magny
05 / 18 / 2021

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

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Laura Joyner
Angela Aufmuth
05 / 20 / 2021

In 2019 there were over 420,000 missing children entries in NCIC, with over 29,000 children reported missing to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). The United States Marshals Service’s ([...]

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown
05 / 20 / 2021

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

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Marc Hildebrand
05 / 25 / 2021

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

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Sheryl Victorian
05 / 25 / 2021
This webinar will introduce participants to the principles of Relational Policing and discuss how the power of cultivating these principles build and maintains community trust.
Michelle Welch
05 / 26 / 2021

Small and Rural Law Enforcement have many issues which are unique.  Animal Crimes can present huge obstacles and can overwhelm a small or rural agency.  Being presented with a hoarder [...]

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Gabrielle Salfati
05 / 27 / 2021

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

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Don Redmond
05 / 27 / 2021

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

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Emily LaGratta
06 / 01 / 2021

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

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Grant McDougall
06 / 03 / 2021

They are the largest generation groups in our country’s history and perhaps the most misunderstood.  In this training, Dr. McDougall will provide the audience with an in-depth clinical, and [...]

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Easton McDonald
Megan Price
06 / 08 / 2021

Law Enforcement officers confront conflict every day. Having the skills and understanding to handle it effectively, and most importantly, safely, is essential. The conflict resolution skill-set for law enforcement, Insight [...]

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Damon Ing
06 / 09 / 2021

You have done it! As you begin your travel up the organizational hierarchy what are your plans? This webinar will discuss the characteristics of a newly promoted front-line supervisor. Promotion [...]

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Cherice Hopkins
Rebecca Burney
06 / 10 / 2021

The commercial sex trade in the US is inextricably linked to historical legacies of racialized violence involving the sexual subjugation of women and girls of color. Ignoring this history has [...]

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K. Campbell
06 / 10 / 2021

Cybercriminals use automated tools that can attempt to access hundreds of accounts per second using stolen logins and passwords.  And in 2020, over 155 million people were affected by data exposures.  During [...]

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David Rosengard
06 / 15 / 2021

One of the great shifts in the modern framing criminal justice in the United States has been the success of the crime victim movement in arguing that crime victims have [...]

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Wendy Rountree
Cody Telep
Jon Bottema
06 / 17 / 2021

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

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Cheryl Stewart
Michael M. Brown
06 / 17 / 2021

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

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John Barbieri
Michael M. Cutone
06 / 22 / 2021

In today's Policing...who will lead effectively with courage and results? In this politically-charged climate of defunding police, C3 Policing is a proven effective community-based policing model that empowers patrol [...]

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Jake Kamins
06 / 22 / 2021

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

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Al Cobos
06 / 24 / 2021

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

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Kate Kimble
06 / 24 / 2021

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

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Ed Sherman, Psy.D.
06 / 29 / 2021

Have you ever struggled to decide whether it is more important to support your people or your agency? On the one hand, you want to do the right thing to [...]

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Lois James, PhD
07 / 08 / 2021

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

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Wendy Hummell
07 / 13 / 2021

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

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William "Bill" Loucks Jr
07 / 13 / 2021

Problem-Legal hemp looks and smells just like marijuana in its raw and burnt forms. Officers have made arrests and seizures of hemp which, is a legal commodity.  As the nation [...]

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David Rosengard
07 / 15 / 2021

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

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Brenda Dietzman
07 / 20 / 2021

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

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Judge Brandon Birmingham
07 / 20 / 2021

He was tall, handsome, and raised in a religious house. As a youth, he worked in his father's grocery store. He was a star athlete at Farmersville high school in [...]

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Eduardo Ferrer
Cherice Hopkins
Rebecca Burney
07 / 22 / 2021

Historically, efforts to address mass incarceration left girls behind due to gender-neutral policies that failed to contemplate their needs. Events over the past year have amplified interest in addressing inequities [...]

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Alycia Cisneros
Alexis Calleros
Eden Ruiz-Lopez
07 / 27 / 2021

Latinx Americans are the largest ethnic minority in the United States. Join the National Center on Elder Abuse (NCEA) as they take a deep dive addressing elder abuse research findings [...]

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Jay Hauhn
Jada Lee
Bob Finney III
07 / 29 / 2021

The webinar will provide an overview of how the ASAP-to-PSAP service simplifies the creation of a call-for-service for fire, robbery, and burglary events.  TMA will review how the ASAP Service [...]

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Jake Kamins
08 / 03 / 2021

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

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Jim Martin
08 / 05 / 2021

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

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Wendy A. Dutton
Lindsay M. Gephardt
08 / 05 / 2021

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

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Obed Magny
08 / 10 / 2021

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

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Thomas Dworak
08 / 12 / 2021

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

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Josh Fisher
08 / 17 / 2021

In the field of animal welfare, we have not always been the best at keeping track of data and metrics around the work we do; we are simply focused on [...]

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Sandra K. Antoniak
08 / 17 / 2021

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

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Chris Jones
08 / 19 / 2021

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

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Grant McDougall
08 / 19 / 2021

The job of a law enforcement officer has always been challenging.  There has always been a psychological price to pay for those who serve. Those statements can be supported by [...]

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Rich Martin
08 / 24 / 2021

It has been said that culture eats strategy for lunch. So much hinges on the culture of the organization. But, if leadership is not intentional about building the culture, the [...]

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Richard Samuels
Michelle Welch
08 / 25 / 2021

Animal cases can be very complicated and can overwhelm a small or rural law enforcement agency.  This webinar is going to delve into the best investigation techniques on animal abuse [...]

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Jim Martin
08 / 31 / 2021

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

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Gabrielle Salfati
09 / 02 / 2021

First responder and frontline occupations such as law enforcement, corrections, and the fire service are inherently stressful occupations, often leading to high rates of burnout that far surpass those of [...]

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Dr. Shannon Denard
09 / 09 / 2021

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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Michelle Welch
09 / 09 / 2021

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

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Dr. Stephen Odom
Amy Morgan
09 / 14 / 2021

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

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Jonni Redick
09 / 14 / 2021

There is great value, and research, that shows studying for promotional examinations result in better success rates. How you study and what you study increases not only success rates, but [...]

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Vaughn Baker
09 / 16 / 2021

Have you had an employee that co-workers or supervisors were concerned about their behavior related to potential violence or self-harm? Has progressive discipline related to decreased performance now reached the [...]

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Wendy Hummell
Brenda Dietzman
09 / 16 / 2021

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

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Katie Nelson
09 / 21 / 2021

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

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Josh Fisher
09 / 21 / 2021

Now that we have the basics down, let's look at some examples of "data dashboards" and how they can be used to help drive conversations, gain support, and give leadership [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
09 / 23 / 2021

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

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John T. Schultz
09 / 23 / 2021

America's love affair with the automobile is a connection among many generations of Americans. This is due in large part to the innovation of the automobile and how the automobile [...]

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Patrick Doyle
Robert Turner
09 / 28 / 2021

Virtually every citizen interaction with police now involves some form of image, video or digital file. Such evidence comes from an ever-increasing array of devices including cell phones, tablets, computers, [...]

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Kevin Morison
09 / 28 / 2021

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

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Andrew Campbell
09 / 29 / 2021

This presentation will explore academic literature, data, and victim accounts of family violence (Partner Abuse, Child Abuse, Elder Abuse, and Pet Abuse) occurring in rural communities. Key barriers to reporting [...]

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Chris Jones
09 / 30 / 2021

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

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Jeremy Barnum
10 / 07 / 2021

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

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Thomas Dworak
10 / 12 / 2021

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

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Rhea DuMont
10 / 12 / 2021

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

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Marli Mayon
10 / 14 / 2021

This two-part webinar series will provide an overview of the dynamics of sexual violence, specifically as it relates to the LGBTQ+ community. LGBTQ+ folks experience some of the highest rates [...]

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Judge Brandon Birmingham
10 / 14 / 2021

Dr. Peacock’s examination included looking for the presence or absence of injuries to the eyes. But they were gone. They had been removed with surgical precision. Enucleated. She had [...]

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Michael Levin
10 / 19 / 2021

In this webinar, Michael will share how his leadership philosophy can help create the change we need in today’s environment.  In this webinar he will discuss: The 3 steps and [...]

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Joe Smarro
10 / 19 / 2021

In this webinar, one of the subjects of the acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning HBO documentary ERNIE & JOE: CRISIS COPS, Joe Smarro, will share insights and techniques for compassionate policing. As [...]

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Jim Martin
10 / 26 / 2021

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

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Ron Mueller
John T. Schultz
10 / 26 / 2021

America's love affair with the automobile is a connection among many generations of Americans. This is due in large part to the innovation of the automobile and how the automobile [...]

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Jonni Redick
10 / 28 / 2021

Researchers defined crisis as a common, though often unexpected, time-sensitive, high-impact event that may disrupt organizational functioning and pose relational threats. In a Deloitte online poll of more than 2,000 C-suite [...]

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Brenda Dietzman
11 / 02 / 2021

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

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Shawn Williams
11 / 04 / 2021

Proficiency and Confidence are at the forefront of law enforcement use of force discussions. This particular session will begin to dive into the leadership aspects as to how law enforcement [...]

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Amy Morgan
11 / 09 / 2021

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

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Lois James, PhD
Renée J. Mitchell, J.D., Ph.D.
11 / 16 / 2021

This webinar will describe a National Institute of Justice funded study to evaluate the effectiveness of two different modalities of implicit bias training at promoting fairness in police decision making [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD
11 / 18 / 2021

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

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Sandra K. Antoniak
12 / 02 / 2021

This presentation is Lecture 3 in a 3-part series focused on the issues related to extreme violence perpetrated by children and adolescents. The third lecture in this series focuses on neurodevelopmentally [...]

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Martin Stark
John T. Schultz
12 / 02 / 2021

America's love affair with the automobile is a connection among many generations of Americans. This is due in large part to the innovation of the automobile and how the automobile [...]

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Andrew Campbell
12 / 07 / 2021

This webinar will focus on the need to better utilize places of worship in the fight to end family violence. Participants will learn of unique research conducted by the presenter [...]

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Marli Mayon
12 / 09 / 2021

This training is part two of the Working with LGBTQ+ Survivors of Sexual Violence webinar series. This training provides current best practices for serving LGBTQ+ survivors of sexual violence. It [...]

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Rich Martin
12 / 09 / 2021

Have you ever seen a child that is an absolute brat and thought, "their parents need to teach them better"? Well, those children likely learned that poor behavior from their [...]

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Recorded Webinars

Edward Paine
Hilary Weinberg

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

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Jake Creps

Manual investigations can be time-consuming for law enforcement personnel. Join Skopenow to discover best practices in uncovering fraudulent product listings and seller accounts. Learn how to seamlessly expand your investigation [...]

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Sandra K. Antoniak

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

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Scott Wolfe

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

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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

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Roger Blevins

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Craig Storer

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Anthony Norman

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Renée J. Mitchell, J.D., Ph.D.

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Chris Williams

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Grant Phillips

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Frank Webb
J.C. Adams
John Colburn, PhD

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Don Redmond
William “Fritz” Reber

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Scott Wolfe
Jeff Rojek

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Adam Kirhagis

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Rebecca Burney

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David Hutchinson
Mark Pfeifle
James Stuart
David Beth

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Camie Borsdorf
Laura Farmer

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John McGuire
Kit Cummings
Rita Watkins
Eric Skidmore

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Michael Fletcher

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Andrew Campbell

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Sandra K. Antoniak

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Kevin Morison

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Joseph Hoebeke
Michael M. Brown
Kimberly Miller
Deanna Cantrell

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Amy Morgan

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Eric Skidmore

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Adam Leath

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Eden Ruiz-Lopez

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Rick Hodsdon

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Mitch Shim
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Tim Meyerhoff
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Jason Thompson

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Bob Troyer
Tom Brandon

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Doreen Jokerst
Kimberly Miller
Deanna Cantrell

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Grant McDougall

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Jessica Lauginiger

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Jessica Rock

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Adam Leath

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Sherrill Wayland
Bonnie Olsen

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Brenda Dietzman

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Lisa Goldblatt Grace
Cherice Hopkins
Rebecca Burney

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Richard Goldberg
Andrea Higgens
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Jonas Baughman
Joel Caplan, PhD

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Al Cobos

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Michael Goold

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Jenefer Duane

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Ruby Barraza
Victoria Riechers, MA

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Diane Robinson

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Andrew Campbell

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Wendy Stiver

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

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Rick Hodsdon

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Katie Nelson

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Janne Gaub

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Justin Holloway
Suzann Cromer
Mike Eberhardt

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

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James S. Stewart
Nikki Carson
Shelagh Dorn

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Mark Warren

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Michelle Welch

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Katharine Manning

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Audra Houghton

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

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Duane T. Bowers, LPC

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

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Daniel Dubief
Michael Fletcher

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

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Don McCrea

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

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Kimberly Miller

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Jake Kamins

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Madeline Bernstein
Scott Page
Scott Giacoppo
Trevor Whipple

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

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David J. Rogers

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

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Hilary Weinberg

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

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Daniel McDonald

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

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Halcyon Frank

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

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Kimberly Miller

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

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

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

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Sarah Mostyn
Kevin Morison

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

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Victoria Riechers, MA

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

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Robin Timme
Jennifer Horney
Scott Semple
Elias A. Diggins

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

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Dan Fisher

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

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Chris Jones

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

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Nicholas Augustine

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

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Negativity can be justified when conditions are unfair, but constant negativity is just detrimental especially in the workplace where the whole team is working towards a goal. So how do [...]

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Denise Beagley

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

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Andrew Campbell

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

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Michael Lieberman
Jessica Reaves

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

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Darrel W. Stephens
Peter Bellmio

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

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Christopher W. Diorio

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

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Thomas Dworak

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

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David J. Rogers

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

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Laurie Blevins
Roger Blevins

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

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Ed Jamison
Scott Giacoppo
Nick Lippincott

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

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Nina Stively

By nature, the public sector is subjected to scrutiny on their decisions and actions, ensuring tax dollars are being spent sensibly. On social media, the criticism is amplified many times [...]

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Sean Goodison

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

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Duane T. Bowers, LPC

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

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Andrew Laurence
Amanda Bixler

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

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Michael Parker

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

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Amy Taylor
Michelle Welch

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

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Chase Wetherington

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

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Cassie Johnson

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Naomi Smoot

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Hilary Weinberg

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

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

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

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Jessica Ellefritz
Ron Nichols

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Rick Hodsdon

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

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Shannon Struble
Michael G. Gingold

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

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Harry Glidden

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

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Daniel McDonald

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Trevor Whipple

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

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Rich Myers
Linda L. Chezem

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

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

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

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Peter Bellmio

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

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Chris Jones

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

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Cecelia Rosser
Wendy Rich-Goldschmidt

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

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Kimberly Miller

When people hear about conflict, it conjures thoughts and feelings of betrayal, disappointment, pain or anger, among others. Because of these negative memories and experiences, the most common response is [...]

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Jonathan Parker

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Stacey A. Wright

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Michael Gomez

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Claudine Wilkins

The realm of public safety, criminal justice, and animal control protects its personnel by granting some immunities that allow them to perform their duties. However, there are limitations to these [...]

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John Snook
Carrie Hill

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

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Jonathan Parker

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Kimberly Miller

Everyone needs to communicate, even those who refuse or are unable to talk utilize non-verbal form of communication to convey their preferences or emotions. Communication is critical in any relationship – [...]

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

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

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Corey Dobridnia

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

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Wes Dotson

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

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Alyssa Neumann
Julie Schoen

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

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Diane Robinson

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

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Karen Solomon
Amy Morgan

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

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Jenny Edwards

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

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

The word leadership has a lot of weight – it denotes power and responsibility, privileges and selflessness. With these in mind, some people may find themselves in a leadership position with [...]

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Karen Ziegler

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

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Rick Hodsdon

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

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Jason Ratcliff
Darrah Metz
Kimberly Miller

One in every five American families has a pet. Pets provide security, companionship, happiness, and love to the individuals and families they live with. The law enforcement and criminal justice [...]

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Margery Broadwater

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Chris Jones

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

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Wayne C. Beyer, Esq.

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

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Colin McNally

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

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William Babb
Michael G. Gingold

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

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Dr. Mallory O’Brien
John Hollway

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

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Karin Montejo

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

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Dan Phillips

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

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Mike Kersey
Linda L. Chezem

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

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Peter Bellmio

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

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Daniel McDonald

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

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Rick Hodsdon

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

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Anne Li Kringen
Paige Valenta

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

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Evie Monnington-Taylor

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

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Lanae Holmes

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

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Richard Samuels
Michelle Welch

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

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Rob Weinhold

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

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Amy Morgan

Doing a Google search can easily expose you to the many ways society decides to categorize and label people. Are you an introvert, extrovert, or ambivert? Do you belong to [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

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

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Alexander Weiss

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

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Katie Nelson

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

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Jeff Sweetin

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

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Cara Rabe-Hemp
Sheryl Victorian

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

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Terry Mills

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

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Wayne C. Beyer, Esq.

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

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Ray Nash

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

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Corey Yunke

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

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David J. Rogers

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

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Jason Winsky

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

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Adam Ricci

In arenas that deal with emergency response and public safety, it is best to be prepared for things not to go as planned. Change can be scary – but it is [...]

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Abby Potash

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

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Mike Eberhardt
Pete Gagliardi

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

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James Williams
Ken Clary

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

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

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

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Estee Woods
Michael Fletcher

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

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Marisa McKeown
Ron Nichols

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

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Chase Wetherington

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

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Rachel Tolber
Natalie Todak

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

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Rick Hodsdon

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

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Laurie L. Wood

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

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Jeremiah Johnson
Jason Potts

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

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Michelle Welch

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

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Kimberly Miller

The success or failure of any organization is often attributed to its leadership. Great leaders create a great team that results in great performance. An organization’s effectiveness and dynamics, [...]

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Alana Negroni

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

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Corey Yunke

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

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Rich Martin

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

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Jason Winsky

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

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Adam Leath

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

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Jessica Rock

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

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Peter Bellmio

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

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Stacey A. Wright

Cyberthreats are plenty, thus securing technology and infrastructure is now integral in any business or agency. But too often, the higher-ups of these organizations are not as adept with the [...]

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Caroline Teague

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

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Denise Beagley

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

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Ivonne Roman

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

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Sam Johnson
Steve Levorchick
AJ "Andy" Louderback
Jason Henkel

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

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

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Mark Warren

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

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Janee’ Boswell

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

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Duane T. Bowers, LPC

In 2012, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM–V) rewrote the definition of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) such that it is no longer confined to those who experienced [...]

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Eric Witzig
Thomas Hargrove

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

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Rick Hodsdon

The debate on gun control can get heated but despite conflicting positions from different sectors of society, federal statutes have definite stipulations on firearm possession in effect. These, together with [...]

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Robert "Sully" Sullenberger
Jason Oehlkers
Jim Wolfinbarger

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

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Thomas Dworak

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Kimberly Miller

Succession planning is complex – it is not just a matter of picking and choosing a person to pass the torch to. It’s an arduous process that involves modeling, coaching, [...]

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Amy Morgan

Difficult conversations are just that – difficult. They happen in instances when we need to communicate our grievances, things that we want to change, or deliver bad news. But there are [...]

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Gregory McDonald
Michael Delaney
Andre Brooks
Reginald Ware Jr.

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

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

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

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

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

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Wendy Stiver
Cory S. Nelson

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

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Mark Warren

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

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Corey Yunke

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

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Shon F. Barnes
Daniel Stewart

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

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Estee Woods
Michael Fletcher

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

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B.J. Spamer

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

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Rick Hodsdon

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), first enacted in 1990 and amended in 2009 was put into place to eradicate discrimination against individuals with disabilities. In the workplace setting, ADA works to [...]

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Erin Albright
Colleen Owens

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

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Mark Warren

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

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Jamey Gadoury
Thomas Dworak

If there is one thing that we ought to mindfully invest our time and efforts on, it is our personal growth. Doing this entails looking at one’s habits and [...]

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Ray Nash

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Nick Mastrocinque
Seena Gressin

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

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Kimberly Miller

With the growing amount of professional coaches and leadership strategies that are out there, it can get overwhelming which of them will suit us best – from stylish buzzwords, clever mnemonics [...]

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Ray Nash

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Peter Bellmio

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

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Wayne C. Beyer, Esq.

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

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Justin Watt
Jamey Gadoury

War zone. Unspeakable crimes. Americans responsible. What makes one person speak for justice when others stay silent? What happens when accusations lack evidence – and a life hangs in the balance? [...]

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Roger Blevins
Dyanne Greer

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

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Corey Yunke

While social media is viewed as nothing but an avenue to kill time for most people, it has evolved into playing a critical role for institutions – from private companies to [...]

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Rick Hodsdon

The Family Medical Leave Act is one of the major pieces of legislation adopted in the early 1990s. It requires nearly all public employers to provide up to 12 weeks per [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Saying that communication is important is an understatement. It serves a central role in our lives, specifically our relationships – from the people closest to us to the most random strangers. [...]

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Eric La Scola

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

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Ray Nash

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

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David J. Rogers

When a person decides to be a part of the world of criminal justice, they are generally drawn in by the authority, having the means to protect the people they [...]

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Jessica Rock

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

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Kimberly Miller

Taking on the job in the public sector means being ready to be of service to the people. For those working as first responders, health providers, or law enforcers – service [...]

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Peter Bellmio

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

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Gary Cordner

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

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Amy Morgan

There are different types of personalities in the workplace, some of whom we may not necessarily see eye-to-eye with. Some claim the disconnect to be a result of generational differences. [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Organizational culture and the management/leadership style makes all the difference for the agency and its members. It should become instinctive for any organization – be it a private entity or [...]

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Martha Smith-Blackmore, DVM

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

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Maureen Q. McGough
James Doyle

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

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Kimberly Miller

The human mind is a truly incredible thing. How it processes information outside of our consciousness is amazing. Implicit bias is one of those brain functions that run in the [...]

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Peter Bellmio

Workforce staffing can be problematic for law enforcement patrol officers who are always on the move. But to be able to support an agency’s requests for additional resources – be [...]

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Rick Hodsdon

As employees and employers, it is always good to maintain fairness in the workplace. How can one ensure that they are doing what is fair at all times? The National [...]

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Natasha Terk

For some people, the word meeting evokes hours spent unproductively, listening to people talk about topics that could've easily been settled through a call or email, or in some cases, [...]

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Tiffany Anderson
Candace Hammond

Most public safety agencies have existing facilities that are sufficient for their daily operations and activities. But for some, additional facilities or improvements to existing ones are necessary to deliver [...]

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Gary Cordner

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

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Courtroom Witness
Jessica Rock

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

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John Thompson

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

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Cassie Johnson

The Restorative Justice model aims to resolve juvenile offenses/cases by ensuring responsibility of the juvenile offender and some way to make things right for the victim. Through this process, [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

Wouldn’t it be just nice if everyone in your workplace is working and contributing the best that they can? Unfortunately, that isn’t always the case. Some would only [...]

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Joe Alexander
Julie Ward

Cliché as it sounds, change is really the only permanent thing in life. Most think of the learning curve and the disruption when change happens, but with change also comes [...]

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Rick Hodsdon

The First Amendment rights are one of the great pillars of our democracy. Freedom of speech becomes a sensitive issue once a person enters the arena of public service though. [...]

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Dean Cunningham
Kate Kimble

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

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Difficult Employees
Kimberly Miller

Every organization has got its own share of good and bad. There are your superstar employees – the Jedis of your agency. Then there are your naysayers, critics, and apathetics – they [...]

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Kaitlin Seale
Colleen Owens

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

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Michael White

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

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Thomas Dworak

Leadership is very important for any organization. Thus, hiring the right candidates and succession planning is critical to ensure an organization’s continuity. Finding the right leaders can be elusive [...]

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Eugene Kipniss
Stacey A. Wright

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

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Future of Emergency Communications
Kevin Morison

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

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Jamey Gadoury
Judith S. Bethge
Thomas Dworak
Roy Bethge

During our final session Judy, Jamey, Roy and Thom will be taking your questions. Need further clarity on a concept? Want to go further down the rabbit hole on Courageous [...]

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

The only permanent thing in the world is change. Trite as it might sound, it’s the reality. Changes happen in our personal lives, in our workplace, in society. There’[...]

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E5 Leadership
Ray Nash

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

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Denise Beagley

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

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Brian Murphy

Lt. Murphy will share his story of being a reluctant hero in the face of being shot 15 times during the Sikh Temple Shooting in Oak Creek, WI. Discussion will include [...]

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Body Camera Programs
Brenda Buren
Michael White

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

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Amy Morgan

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

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Will Davis

Creating a long-term and sustainable strategic plan can be one of the challenges for institutions – whether public or private. Ensuring that an institution's priorities and trajectory are congruent to the [...]

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Matthew Kail
Duane T. Bowers, LPC

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

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Michael G. Aamodt

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

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Dan Linskey
Jamey Gadoury
Roy Bethge

Dan Linsky was Superintendent-In-Chief (ret) of the Boston Police Department during the Boston Marathon Bombing. Chief Linskey will share leadership lessons from the Boston Marathon Bombing including the role of [...]

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Ray Nash

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

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Leadership Seminar Series
Judith S. Bethge
Roy Bethge

In this session, participants will gain a better understanding of courageous leadership and develop strategies to improve their overall leadership capacity. Topics will include developing courage, the importance of mindset [...]

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Natasha Terk

Writing isn’t everyone’s strongest suit but it’s one of those things that we won’t be able to avoid. We need to write, even its just for [...]

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Ray Nash

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

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Patrick Beumler
Hilary Weinberg

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

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John Thompson

In today’s society, EQ is more important in the field of public service. John Thompson shares this to the attendees as he discusses Emotional Intelligence for Law Enforcement. John [...]

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Thomas Dworak

  Thomas Dworak is the instructor, content developer and consultant for the Virtus Group where he facilitates and develops training programs. His prolific background in law enforcement and education shaped [...]

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Mark Warren

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

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

From an outsiders’ point of view, law enforcement seems to be one of those muscle-intensive jobs. Once you’re in the profession though, then you’ll realize that brain really [...]

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Michael G. Aamodt

Employers use background checks – both criminal and credit history – when deciding which candidates to hire. Due to the increase in lawsuits involving background checks, they tread a fine line when [...]

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Ray Nash

Ray Nash has 40 years of experience working in law enforcement. Ray was first appointed as a police chief at the age of 23, had 3 terms as a sheriff, and became the [...]

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Cassidee Carlson

The recent shooting in Kentucky was the 11th of the year, and the worst so far. This statistic is difficult to wrap our heads around as it is only 25 days [...]

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Natasha Terk

Regardless of the industry or the niche of your business, organization, or agency, Performance Review is a great way to ensure that your workforce remains competitive. Further, employees need Performance [...]

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Brian Gray
Will Morris

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

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Thomas Dworak

Law enforcement is a prestigious career path, but recently, the younger generation isn't as keen into entering this field with the expanse of opportunities and possibilities being presented by the [...]

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Amy Morgan

Self-fulfilling prophecy (SFP), when used positively, can assist us in manifesting our intentions and goals and turn these into reality. Unfortunately, people use SFP at times as negative self-talk. The [...]

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Best Practices in Drug Testing
Mark Hendershot

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

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Rick Wyant
Ron Nichols

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

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

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

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

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Darrell Smith
Paul W. Neudigate
Brandon Huntley

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

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Mark Hendershot

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

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David Salazar
Pamela Hofsass
Ron Nichols

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

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Dr. Jeff Fox, PhD

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

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James Needles
Ron Nichols
William King

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

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Thomas Dworak

The goal of a Field Training and Evaluation Program is the development of high performing, emotionally intelligent, adaptive critical thinkers who are able to respond to the demands of a [...]

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Pat Nelson
Jason Winsky
Terry Staten

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

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Ray Nash

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

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Kim MacEachern
Jon Eliason

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

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Patti Saylor

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

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Rob Trivino

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

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Rob Trivino

In this webinar Rob will talk about select areas of leadership that have proven critical to his leadership success. He will present his core leadership principles, which are based on [...]

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Dave Hagar
Deanna Cantrell

  The instructors are currently sworn law enforcement at the Mesa Police Department: Assistant Chief Deanna Cantrell and Commander Dave Hagar. During this two part course, they will discuss the [...]

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Amy Morgan

  This webinar will compare specific steps to action improvement, with the mentally beneficial side of debriefing after a critical incident, and will provide a way to blend the two [...]

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Michael E. Cindrich

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

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Michael Mitchell
Kimberly Schlau
Roy Bethge

Below 100 is an officer safety program focused on changing law enforcement culture and saving lives. It's already making a difference: Between 2002 and 2011, an average of more than 165 line-of-duty deaths (LODDs) [...]

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Paul Nelson

  No matter how their mission statements may differ, all police departments share a common goal of reducing crime. There are various theories and strategies about how to achieve crime [...]

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Aaron Gorrell

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

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Dave Hagar
Deanna Cantrell

  The instructors are currently sworn law enforcement at the Mesa Police Department: Assistant Chief Deanna Cantrell and Commander Dave Hagar. During this two part course, they will discuss the [...]

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Karyn Rasile

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

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G. M. Cox

During this webinar you will learn: The various roles the leaders of the 21st Century need to master in order to be effective leaders, not just managers; The types of [...]

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Articles

Webinar presenters Dave Usery and Todd Crandell answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Corrections-to-Health -- Improving Inmate Healthcare Data Exchange. Here are just a few of their [...]

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Webinar presenter Chris Brosan answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Avoiding Teeth and Bullets: Safely Interacting with Animals as a Law Enforcement Officer. Here are just a [...]

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Webinar presenters Noreen Charlton and Jayson Chambers answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Power of 3D Technology in the Courtroom. Here are just a few of [...]

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Webinar presenters Katie Nelson and Kate Kimble answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Transparency in the Digital Era. Here are just a few of their responses.   [...]

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Webinar presenter Michelle Welch answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Making the Call: Simple, Gross Neglect or Animal Cruelty. Here are just a few of her responses. &[...]

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Webinar presenters Amy Morgan and Dr. Stephen Odom answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Depression: Myths, Signs, Prevention and Treatment. Here are just a few of their [...]

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Webinar presenter Lindsay Gephardt answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Make the Call: Child Discipline or Child Abuse? Here are just a few of her responses.   [...]

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Webinar presenters Mike Brown and Cheryl Stewart answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Emotional Intelligence: Understanding Decision Making and Reality Testing. Here are just a few of [...]

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Webinar presenter Dr. Joel Caplan answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Crime Prevention with Data-Informed Community Engagement. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience [...]

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Webinar presenter Katharine Manning answered a number of your questions after her presentation, The Empathetic Workplace: Five Steps to Compassionate, Calm and Confident Response to Trauma on the Job. Here [...]

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Webinar presenters Michael Lee, Laura Sudkamp,  Bobby Betros, and Ronald Brooks answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Understanding Hemp vs Marijuana -- and How to Test for [...]

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Webinar presenter Mark Warren answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Protecting Key People in Your Organization. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: [...]

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Webinar presenter Andrew Campbell answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Disaster Without, Disaster Within: Natural Disasters and Family Violence. Here are just a few of his responses. &[...]

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Webinar presenter Brenda Dietzman answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Leadership Lessons Learned throughout a Career.  Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience Question: [...]

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Webinar presenter Wendy Hummell answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Understanding Compassion Fatigue for First Responders and Criminal Justice Professionals. Here are just a few of her [...]

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Webinar presenter Rich LeCates, joined by Johnny Roberson, answered a number of your questions after his presentation, How Should We Train Our Officers for Long-Term, Fulfilling Careers? Here are just [...]

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Webinar presenter Dr. Sean Goodison answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Police Response to Homelessness: Promising Practices and Partnerships for Criminal Justice Professionals. Here are just a [...]

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Webinar presenter Katie Nelson answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Public Information Post-George Floyd. Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience Question: We are [...]

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Webinar presenters David Shipley and Catherine Miller answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Don't Do Data Sharing Alone and Don't Do It Half Way. Here are just [...]

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Webinar presenter Dr. Lisa Boesky answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Preventing Jail Suicides: Issues We Don't Talk about, But Should. Here are just a few of [...]

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Webinar presenter Dr. Chris Jones answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Importance of Law Enforcement Recognition and Intervention. Here are just a few [...]

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Webinar presenter Paul Whitfield answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Creating Reliable, Efficient Communications without Breaking the Bank: Using Radio over IP for LEAs. Here are just [...]

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Webinar presenter Obed Magny answered a number of your questions after his presentation, The Importance of Mental Tenacity in Policing. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience [...]

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Webinar presenters Kevin Morison and Dr. Stephany Powell answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Local Strategies to Combat the Global Problem of Human Trafficking. Here are just [...]

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Webinar presenter Al Cobos answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Motivational Conversations for Investigators. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: Can you [...]

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Webinar presenter Emily LaGratta answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Measuring Fairness: Using Client Feedback to Enhance Our Work. Here are just a few of her responses. &[...]

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Webinar presenters Mike Brown and Cheryl Stewart answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Emotional Intelligence: Flexibility and Stress Management (Part 3). Here are just a few of their [...]

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Webinar presenters Julie Schoen and Alexis Calleros answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Elder Abuse Guide for Law Enforcement: It's Not Just for Law Enforcement.  Here [...]

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Webinar presenter Brenda Dietzman answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Growing Your Career by Developing Your Brand. Here are just a few of her responses.   Audience [...]

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Webinar presenter Jamie Roush answered a number of your questions after her presentation, You Don't Need More Data, You Need the RIGHT Data. Here are just a few of her [...]

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Webinar presenters Vince Kersey and Jim Reed answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The El Paso Intelligence Center: All Threats, All Crimes Support for All Law Enforcement.  [...]

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Webinar presenter Jim Martin answered a number of your questions after his presentation, NCCHC and COVID-19: Lessons Learned from Our Facilities.  Here are just a few of his responses.   [...]

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Webinar presenters Byron O'Neil and  Noreen Charlton answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Capturing the Truth: HOw 3D Technology Can Help Your Agency Manage Officer-Involved Incidents. Here [...]

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Webinar presenters Chris Loane, Mo Canady, Michael Lee, and Ronald Brooks answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Intercepting Narcotics in Schools Post-Pandemic -- School Resource Officer Education [...]

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Webinar presenter K Campbell answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Making Personal Safety a Priority: Lessons for Public Officials, Criminal Justice Professionals, and Victim Advocates. Here are [...]

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Webinar presenter Al Cobos answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Motivational Conversations for Supervisors: Easy to Learn Skills Needed to Move Your Team in the Right Direction. [...]

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Webinar presenter Dr. Jeff Fox answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Understanding Unethical Behavior. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: What advice [...]

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Webinar presenters Cheryl Stewart and Mike Brown answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Emotional Intelligence: Using Self-Perception and Self Awareness in Criminal Justice.  Here are just a [...]

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Webinar presenters Gabrielle Padilla and Chris Eloiza answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Benefits of Correctional Intelligence-Led Policing.  Here are just a few of their responses. &[...]

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Webinar presenters Jeff Carroll, Alex Goldenberg, Glen Mills, Paul Goldenberg, and Mark Pfeifle answered a number of your questions after their presentation, From Flash to Bang: How Disinformation Fueled the [...]

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Webinar presenters Erin Monahan and Trent Hayden answered a number of your questions after their presentation,  A Beginner's Guide to Online Investigations: How to Conduct Online Research without Exposing Your [...]

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Webinar presenters Cheryl Stewart and Mike Brown answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Emotional Intelligence: How EQ Can Make a Difference in Your Criminal Justice Career.  Here [...]

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Webinar presenters Dr. Janne Gaub and Dr. Carolyn Naoroz answered a number of your questions after their presentation, Understanding the Impact of Police Body-Worn Cameras on Public Defenders.  Here are [...]

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Webinar presenter Mark Warren answered a number of your questions after his presentation, Dealing with High-Risk Terminations. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: Mark, you've [...]

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Webinar presenter Dr. Michael Goold answered a number of your questions after his presentation, It's the Manager. Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: Do you [...]

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Webinar presenters John Farmer, Paul Goldenberg, Graham Brookie, Chris Swanson, Don Mihalek, and Mark Pfeifle answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Unintended Consequences of Disinformation Campaigns [...]

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If you've often wondered: Is there anything we can do to insulate our officers against ethical failures? What leadership can do to help officers achieve the internal fortitude and resiliency [...]

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Webinar presenters Roger Blevins and Frankie Grimsman answered a number of your questions after their presentation, The Prosecution of Child Neglect Cases.  Here are just a few of their responses. &[...]

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Webinar presenter Roger Blevins answered a number of your questions after his presentation, The Medical Aspects of Child Neglect.  Here are just a few of his responses.   Audience Question: [...]

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Webinar presenter Beth Gammie from Red Rover answered a number of your questions after her presentation, Animals in Disasters: How to Help Your Community. Here are just a few of [...]

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