A 20-year MTSU Police officer, Leroy Carter sails down highways across the nation throughout the year with Black history as a precious passenger as a..
As part of MTSU’s Black History Month observance, MTSUNews.com met with some of the Black men and women who serve and protect the campus as..
A challenge at the best of times, the newest MTSU police officers are attending the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy with the addition of strict..
MTSU police officers recently received advanced medical training on campus as part of the department’s ongoing efforts to be better prepared for emergency response. Administered..
For the MTSU Police Department’s K-9 handler and patrol specialist Zachery Brooker, the “loyalty” he receives from his K-9, Bobby, “can’t be compared.” This month marks the..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. John Vile Synopsis: The Constitutional law scholar and dean of the University Honors College considers possible legal conflicts that might..
A new “MTSU On the Record” radio program examines the complicated relationship between law enforcement and the First Amendment with a nationally recognized expert on..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Ben Stickle Synopsis: The associate professor of criminal justice administration explains two panel discussions on the subject of women’s interactions..
MTSU students will have an opportunity to address an issue that is as timely as today’s headlines in an upcoming hands-on, interactive training program hosted..
WE ARE TRUE BLUE