The Boston Marathon is an iconic annual event. More than 30,000 runners compete through a 26.2-mile course that weaves through eight towns and is witnessed by an estimated 1 million spectators. Media coverage for this event stokes worldwide interest, with 200+ media outlets covering the event. Unfortunately, public events like this are vulnerable to attack.
By Leischen Stelter
Interviewing a victim of trauma is different than interviewing suspects and witnesses. Certified FETI teaches police officers how trauma affects the brain and why it’s important to adjust their interview techniques.
By Keith Collins
Do members of the public know how to respond to emergencies like an active shooter incident? When should people shelter in place versus evacuate? Learn why workplaces must partner with local agencies to create diverse emergency action plans.
Organization is essential to be a successful online student. Being organized facilitates time management, reduces stress and helps online learners to remain focused on educational goals.
Using mobile apps has its cybersecurity risks. But Google and Apple are working hard to further improve mobile app security.
By Dr. Michael Pittaro
The stigma associated with ex-prisoners often prevents these individuals from reintegrating into society. Find out how difficulty finding safe housing and stable work is contributing to high recidivism rates.
Servicemembers are faced with an important decision at the end of their enlistment: whether to separate from military service or transition into the Reserves.
By Allison G. S. Knox
Last month’s EMS on the Hill event brought together emergency medical services practitioners from around the country to advocate for meaningful change in the industry. Learn what legislative initiatives were discussed and their potential impact.