Technology used to solve crime has evolved dramatically over the last century. Learn about the development and use of photography, fingerprints, algor mortis analysis, ballistics, DNA, genetic genealogy, and more.
In this episode, hear how President-elect Biden is likely to reverse many of Trump’s border policies that have caused a humanitarian crisis among asylum seekers.
In this episode, hear from Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart about his 38-year career in the Marines, his leadership experience including as Director of the DIA and how his military career helped him transition to the private sector.
Data privacy is extremely challenging in today’s interconnected world. In this episode, Dr. Kevin Harris talks to Rodney Hampton, a 20-year cybersecurity professional about protecting data for corporations and individuals.
Podcast: We chat with Erik Kleinsmith – a member of a cold-case investigation team that believes it has identified the real D.B. Cooper.
An interview with immigration expert Sylvia Longmire about the status of the border wall, how much has been built and the many controversies surrounding the project.
The vast majority of cybersecurity professionals are white men, but there’s a major push to close this diversity gap.
Glynn Cosker talks to AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz about her covert surveillance career in the military, government, and as a private investigator.