Juveniles are at an increased risk of human trafficking victimization during COVID-19. Governments must raise awareness of juvenile exploitation.
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.
Using virtual reality for police training in demanding and complex scenarios increases preparedness and produces better outcomes in the field.
As society and policing in general change with time, it is critical to provide officers with the knowledge they need to effectively serve the community.
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.
The producers of CrimeCon invited AMU criminal justice professor Jennifer Bucholtz and investigative reporter George Jared to present an hour-long session detailing their work on the previously unsolved murder of Rebekah Gould, a case that was essentially cold for more than 16 years.
Law enforcement often builds criminal cases around the forensic evidence found at crime scenes. Learn why humility is key to working a case honestly and methodically.
Policing agencies face intense scrutiny about how officers treat people of different ethnicities. In this episode, AMU professor Dr. Ashley Taylor talks to 23-year police veteran and now-retired police trainer, Dr. Kathleen Love, about teaching officers about different groups of people.