By Michele Ice
When firefighters from the Cobb County Fire and Emergency Services lost one of their own to cardiac arrest, they took steps to ensure it wouldn't happen again. Learn how check-ups, heart scans and prioritizing fitness have made all the difference.
By Dr. Michael Pittaro
The findings of a grand jury investigation in Pennsylvania uncovered decades of horrendous sexual abuse by hundreds of Catholic priests. To bring the accused priests to trial, statute of limitations laws must be changed.
American Public University STEM Dean, Dr. Ahmed Naumaan continues his discussion on where strong AI is headed in our society. Will the machines ever be genuine thinkers?
By Kim Colegrove
Less than three months after retiring from his 30-year career in law enforcement, Kim Colegrove's husband took his own life. Read more about Kim and David's story, how to recognize signs of trauma and PTSD, and the importance of reaching out for help.
By Dudley Bush
The Cognitive Community model is a reentry initiative that has significantly reduced recidivism in Virginia. Learn how it was born out of two opposing strategies and why it has been so successful.
By Dr. Chuck Russo and Katherine C. Russo
Direct-to-consumer genealogy testing services have been behind some of law enforcement's recent cold case breakthroughs. Learn how investigators have successfully utilized these services and how privacy concerns must be incorporated into future considerations.
By Jinnie Chua
Systematic prison reform remains a major challenge, but correctional leadership can begin to implement change by focusing on reentry initiatives. Learn how a three-phase reentry plan can reduce recidivism and create a safer prison environment.
By Jennifer Bucholtz
The Golden State Killer's identity remained unknown for decades, until investigator Paul Holes submitted a sample of the killer's DNA to an ancestry site. Learn how Holes tracked down the primary suspect and how other cold cases could be solved in a similar way.
By Leischen Kranick
Interviewing a victim of trauma is different than interviewing suspects and witnesses. Certified FETI teaches police officers how trauma affects the brain and why it's important to adjust their interview techniques.
By Leischen Stelter
Prisoners at the federal Supermax prison have committed atrocious crimes that mean they will likely never be released. With no prospect of life beyond a prison cell, how did Warden Robert Hood go about interacting and making a difference in the lives of these prisoners?
By Leischen Stelter
Autistic children may respond in unpredictable ways to an emergency situation. Here's how firefighters can equip themselves with important information to adapt their response in incidents involving autistic children.