Many professionals earn a doctorate so they can teach at the graduate level, but there are many other beneficial ways a doctorate can be applied outside the classroom.
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.
The U.S. Supreme Court reinstated the death sentence for the Boston Marathon bomber. How does this ruling reinvigorate the debate about the death penalty?
There are valuable lessons that Belize Central Prison and the U.S. can learn from one another about criminal justice and prison management.
Prisons can protect citizens from crime, reduce violence and transform the lives of inmates through effective rehabilitation programs.
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.
Leadership in the corrections field presents unique challenges as compared to other forms of leadership and management.
Chronic exposure to traumatic events such as deaths or violent crime scenes can lead to an increase in police officer suicides. Learn how to prevent officer suicides.