By Leischen Stelter
Police are expected to help fight terrorism, but what should they be looking for? A 20-year FBI counterterrorism agent - who has interviewed over 500 Jihadists - shares information about books and magazines that are popular with radical extremists. Take note of these 10 warning signs that can help officers assess a person's level of radicalization.
Corruption in correctional facilities is not new. What can administrators do to identify employees who might be particularly vulnerable to manipulation by inmates? AMU's criminal justice professor Michael Pittaro discusses ways to identify and stop manipulation and corruption.
Virtual reality is gaining traction in the entertainment industry, but can the technology be used to improve officer training? Digital Immersion Reality Training - or DIRT - is proving it can with innovative programs that put officers through realistic training scenarios. Learn more about the upcoming launch of DIRT's programs and how it could change the future of officer training.