Inside Look

Meeting with Triumph and Disaster: Two Imposters of Policing

In 1896, the British poet Rudyard Kipling penned the words to “If”. The stanzas of the popular poem outline qualities and values which lead to success and maturity if embraced. One of the challenges of the poem is to, “…meet with Triumph and Disaster \ And treat those two imposters just the same.”

The History of the Miranda Rights

“You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you. Do you understand the rights I have just read to you?

What police reforms can we expect during these times of social unrest?

As Black Lives Matter protests continue across the United States, law enforcement agencies are reviewing their policies. They are establishing police task forces, and discussing guidelines on dozens, if not hundreds of issues, including use of force, body cameras and whistleblower protections.

EKU Online Police Studies Program Ranked as a 2016 Best Value Law Enforcement College

EKU’s online Bachelor of Science in Police Studies has been ranked as a best value program in the OnlineU - SR Education Group’s 2016 Best Value Law Enforcement College rankings.

EKU Ahead of the Curve on Police-Community Relations

By: Dr. Deborah Louis, EKU College of Justice and Safety

Dan Delaney: An Officer and a Role Model

"Policing requires street smarts, but there are many times I need to look beyond the more obvious answers. Having the degree makes you think,” said Officer Dan Delaney.

A Conversation with Police Studies Instructor Dr. Carole Garrison

Dr. Carole Garrison EKU Online Police Studies

Dr. Carole Garrison teaches in the EKU Online Police Studies degree program. She’s devoted her life and career to criminal justice. She was a police woman in Atlanta in the 1970’s. She helped run elections in Cambodia in the 1990’s. She even thought about becoming a prison warden.