Glynn Cosker talks to AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz about her covert surveillance career in the military, government, and as a private investigator.
In this episode, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to APU program director Dr. Tom Kelly about the history of each major party’s political convention to nominate a presidential candidate. Also learn why there’s unlikely to ever be a viable third-party candidate.
In this podcast episode, AMU criminal justice professor Dr. Jarrod Sadulski talks to Dr. Christi Bartman about her work in rural Ohio to dispel myths about human trafficking and provide education, awareness, and resources to trafficking victims.
Glynn Cosker talks to political commentator and retired Marine John Ubaldi, about how different countries are managing the pandemic and issues like the lack of globally accepted metrics to measure number of the deaths caused by COVID-19.
In this episode, John Ubaldi of The Ubaldi Reports discusses the first, and somewhat chaotic, presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
Do law enforcement agencies incorporate too many military tactics and equipment in their policing efforts? In this episode, Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to AMU Criminal Justice program director, Dr. Chuck Russo, about the origins of the military and domestic law enforcement as well as the benefits and downfalls of ongoing collaboration and more.
Many criminal activities like human trafficking, cybercrime, drug trafficking, and organized crime go beyond national borders. In this episode, AMU criminal justice professor Dr. Jarrod Sadulski talks with Mikel Irizar, Operations Specialist at INTERPOL’s Command and Coordination Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Learn how INTERPOL assists its 194 member-nations by coordinating criminal investigations, providing resources, sharing intelligence data, and more.
In this podcast episode, AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz talks to IHS Managing Editor Glynn Cosker about how genetic genealogy databases may help identify unknown DNA samples of both criminals and victims.
In this podcast episode, AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz discusses how genetic genealogy databases can help solve cold cases by identifying unknown DNA samples of both criminals and victims. Learn more about the challenges of using this advanced investigative technique and why it’s so important for law enforcement to educate the public about policies and procedures in order to alleviate privacy concerns.