Hurricane season is here. Dr. Chris Reynolds, who has three decades of emergency management experience, shares what to do before, during and after a hurricane.
Hear from a retired Sergeant about his career with the NYPD, his advice for young people going into law enforcement and his experiences transitioning from cop to civilian.
Learn about cryptocurrency, Bitcoin mining, and other energy matters affecting Corpus Christi and the state of Texas.
Corrections officers die by suicide at a rate of three to four times that of the general public. In this episode, learn what’s being done to address the mental health crisis in corrections.
Inflation rates are skyrocketing. Learn about one mayor’s initiative to educate his constituents about investing in Bitcoin and cryptocurrency to hedge inflation.
Learn about an organization focusing on rehabilitation through an intensive training program that works with offenders while they’re still incarcerated and 18 months after their release.
In 2020, there were 365,000+ reports of missing children in the U.S. Learn how an AMU alumnus has brought together intelligence analysts and retired officers to find missing children.
Are you interested in a career in law enforcement? Learn how to get into the criminal justice field, including tips on preparing for the interview process, the background check, as well as the physical and psychological exams and how to prepare for promotions once you’re hired.
AMU professor Jen Bucholtz is also a licensed private investigator who has been investigating several cold cases. Hear how technology and crowdsourcing are important tools along with boots-on-the-ground investigation and why she hopes police will embrace the assistance of outside sources to bring justice for victims’ families.