MTSU associate criminal justice administration professor Ben Stickle took six-years’ worth of policing experience from patrol to the classroom when he changed careers to become..
A first of its kind workshop for drug recognition experts brought 100 police officers and forensic toxicologists from agencies across the state to MTSU this..
College students interested in careers in law enforcement, homeland security and related areas soon will have an opportunity to hear from working professionals. The ninth..
Producer/Host: Gina Logue Guest: Dr. Ben Stickle Synopsis: The assistant professor of criminal justice explains MTSU’s reciprocal relationship with the TBI State Academy.
MTSU’s relationships with law enforcement officers from across the state were the focus of a recent “MTSU On the Record” radio program. Host Gina Logue’s interview..
The latest graduating class from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation State Academy has a clear picture of the evidence. MTSU spent about $11,000 providing law..
Preying on vulnerable people for profit and sexual gratification is happening in Tennessee, and activists and law enforcement agencies are once again stepping up efforts..
Three law enforcement officers who work for different state agencies are coming to MTSU Tuesday, Feb. 13, to share their perspectives with students. A free..
Experts from law enforcement, government, academia and the clergy will tackle one of society’s most challenging issues in an upcoming public event. The MTSU Department..
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