According to several scholars, society moves in cycles. If the drug epidemic is moving in a cyclical fashion, it is important to figure out what the community factors are to break the cycle.
With Irma approaching, our contributor David E. Hubler reflects on his own experience with a nasty hurricane: 1984's Hurricane Klaus.
While Hurricane Irma complicates emergency management efforts, mutual aid agreements will help managers to deal with the damage from both Harvey and Irma.
The right to bear firearms for self-defense is guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. This right comes with great responsibility.
Harvey is a devastating storm that will require one of the largest recovery efforts in U.S. history - and that includes sound interagency collaboration.
As of Monday, August 28 Houston, Texas has not been evacuated. Will it prove to be a good decision?
Retirement used to begin at an age when your first responder body was beat up, but you still had time to enjoy your retirement. Things are different now.
Rides at carnivals and state and county fairs sometimes experience mishaps that can cause serious injuries or even death.
Volunteer retention is an important consideration for emergency agencies. Managers should be surveying their volunteers to figure out what areas their organization can improve on to improve retention efforts.