There's a lot of good sources for
universities offering criminal justice
degrees. In order to give you something
a little different, I've assembled about
200 universities along with links to the
state and local police agencies serving the
states and communities in which the
universities are located. Additionally, I've
included info about the towns and cities
with links to the wiki pages with more
info on the towns and cities.
I've heard it said that the French
Revolution 1787-1799 was the most
important event in western civilization.
Well, to each his own. The more you
study the American Revolution and the
men who knew that the price of failure
would be death, the more you'll
appreciate what the Constitution means,
or should mean, to every American. I've
made a page with descriptions and links
that will give anyone a quick insight to a
document and events that too many of
us take for granted.
When you become a police officer, you'll
quickly realize that effective verbal
communication is critical to efficiently
accomplishing your goals. Aside from
obtaining accurate information from
victims, clear verbal communication
between police officers and suspects
goes directly to the physical safety of
both parties. While you'll learn that
suspects frequently fail to follow your
directions as a matter of their personal
choices, simple miscommunication due to
language differences can be avoided if
you have some basic knowledge of the
suspects' first language.
John Lott is a recognized expert on gun
control issues. Read John's bio and
Daniel Pipes is director of the Middle East
Forum and a prize-winning columnist.
Great questions put to me by a high
Stopping motorists when operating an
unmarked police car is not a wise practice.
I met Raymond Foster online when I was
just creating CareerPoliceOfficer.com.
Raymond spent a lot of time and energy
helping me with my efforts. Talk about
energy, Raymond's online presence is
considerable. This page will direct you to
just some of Raymond's projects.
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