The storming of the Capitol Building has been called the worst such incident since the British ransacked it in 1814, but in 1954 there was a security breach of the Capitol that has largely been overlooked or mostly forgotten.
The Capitol riots were shocking because of the location, but it’s not an uncommon experience for police across the country. Learn about efforts to create national standards for training, equipment, and tactics to help agencies plan and prepare for civil unrest.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, law enforcement officers are at substantial risk of exposure. Learn ways they can mitigate risk.
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.
This has been a tough year for law enforcement. Learn why now, more than ever, it’s important for officers to be representatives of the professionalism and dedication of law enforcement across the country.
The vast majority of sex trafficking victims are groomed and coerced over time as human traffickers gain their trust. Learn how social media is used to target victims.
In Florida, defense attorneys can legally depose underage victims of human trafficking. In this episode, learn why this law is devastating to victims and also hinders the state’s ability to prosecute traffickers.
The coronavirus pandemic has impacted nearly everyone and has been responsible for mass unemployment, many illnesses, fatalities, and a…