Given the challenging and often highly charged nature of law enforcement, the need for police executives to manage conflict — be it internal or external — is an inevitable part of the job.
As is true of most professions, the people who devote their careers to working in law enforcement like to stay well-informed on all things related to their jobs, from crimes that are in the news to training tips, officer wellness, and new equipment and technology.
Technology is transforming police work in the 21st century — introducing new tools to fight crime and new categories of crime to fight.
Law enforcement is often compared to the military. But when it comes to promotions and training, especially for leadership roles, there is one very significant difference.
Master’s in Public Administration vs. Master’s in Leadership: Which Criminal Justice Administration Degree Should You Choose?
There are many different motivations for a law enforcement or criminal justice professional who is seeking to earn a master’s degree focused on leadership.