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.
In this episode, AMU criminal justice and forensic science professor, Jen Bucholtz, shares how the Zodiac ciphers were decrypted using the suspect’s full name. She also discusses the mounting evidence pointing towards one suspect.
Leaving the military and transitioning to the civilian workforce requires hard work and preparation. Learn how to identify transferable skills, tailor your resume for each position, and develop a post-military budget so you’re financially prepared when your service ends.
Being a municipal leader means working with a diverse group of people. Learn the importance of training and professional development and why all municipalities should encourage mentoring.
In August 2021, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti causing massive and widespread destruction. Hear from AMU’s Dr. Chris Reynolds who responded to the 2010 earthquake about the challenges Haiti faces.
Learn about the importance of preparing for hurricane season by packing an emergency disaster kit and why it’s dangerous for emergency management personnel when people don’t evacuate when told to so.
While there’s an increasing emphasis on evidence-based policing, much of that research remains inaccessible to officers on the street. Learn about efforts to help officers apply research findings.
After 16 years as an unsolved cold case, an arrest was finally made in the murder of Rebekah Gould. Learn how the alleged killer reached out to AMU investigators before his arrest.