Most of us want to know what to do once we have embarked upon a career, project, or some undertaking. Why? We are sponges for knowledge and we got here by being inquisitive; full of curiosity and wanting answers to many mysteries. We love to problem solve. Yet, we don’t want those unsolvable equations for […]
Torture. Grisly murders. Sexual deviance. Serial crimes. It’s like a train wreck. We can’t look away.
The station parking lot was usually the operational staging point of executing search warrants at my department. Police convoys aligned the nearby streets circling the Hall of Justice and stuffed the empty spaces in the lot: multi-agencies in marked and unmarked units, officers clad in raid vests and uniforms, long guns prepared for tactical purposes. […]
Do you know the laws (federal, state, local), police procedures, and how they apply? Can you read people, think on your feet, communicate well, and problem solve? Can you do all of these at the same time? In other words, do you practice circus tricks much? That’s right. A person can’t just occupy a uniform […]
The field of criminal justice has experienced a large amount of interest in the last decade, partly because of how the media depicts the profession. The influx of interested individuals pursuing a criminal justice degree is great for generating to interest, but distorts what to expect on the job or in the field. It’s easy […]