Crack the Spine Literary Magazine Published by March 1, 2019 Jeffrey James Higgins Age: 53 Location: Alexandria, Virginia Education: I have a BS in journalism, from Boston University, and an MS in criminal justice, from the University of Cincinnati. The Writer How long
Crack the Spine Literary Magazine By Jeffrey James Higgins Published January 25, 2019 The sailboat’s white hull reflected the sun—the bleached fiberglass glowing atop the murky waters of the Potomac River—offering the ancient promise of escape, relaxation, and adventure.
Adelaide Literary Magazine By Jeffrey James Higgins Published November 2018 I wrote My Grandfather’s Eyes many years ago, after the death of my grandfather. It was chosen as a finalist for the best essay of 2018 and published
https://uscc.gov/Research/fentanyl-flows-china-update-2017 November 26, 2018 Fentanyl Flows from China: An Update since 2017 Sean O’Connor, Policy Analyst, Economics and Trade Acknowledgments: The author thanks Jeffrey James Higgins and officials at the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for their helpful insights. Their assistance
Trump Says China Will Curtail Fentanyl. The U.S. Has Heard That Before. By Sui-Lee Wee Published December 3, 2018 New York Times BEIJING — China vows to stem the supply of the powerful opioid fentanyl flowing into the United States. It
Chapo may be on trial, but his Sinaloa cartel still doing huge US business By Hollie McKay / Fox News The rear windshield of a vehicle is held together by a transparent film with an image of the Virgin of
Cynthia Farahat reported this week that Afghan Taliban Co-Founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was released from prison in Pakistan and that al-Qaeda has sworn an oath of allegiance to the Taliban, creating a significant terrorism threat. Her article, which went
Debunking Negative Myths and Arming the Public With Facts Law Enforcement Today By Jeffrey James Higgins Published May 12, 2018 Fighting Anti-Police Propaganda There is an epidemic of police officers murdering unarmed black men and using deadly force against innocent
During the recent shooting in Parkland, Florida, four Broward County sheriff’s deputies, including a school resource officer, allegedly waited to enter Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while children were being murdered inside. If Sheriff Scott Israel’s investigation confirms that those officers failed to take action, they should be fired for abrogating their most sacred duty.
Law enforcement experts discuss the opioid crisis, the politicization of the FBI, and more on the LEO Round Table. For more articles and videos visit jeffreyjameshiggins.com. Episode 464: Should Philadelphia Legalize Opioid Injection Sites? http://leoroundtable.com/taxpayer-funded-safe-injection-sites-solution-to-opioid-crisis-leo-round-table-episode-464/ Episode 465: Wearing Ballistic Vests / FBI Malfeasance?
Does proactive policing reduce crime? Watch the panel discuss police training and tactics, analyze shootings, and talk about law enforcement issues in the news. Find more articles and videos at JeffreyJamesHiggins.com. Episode 458: Is Difficult Training Necessary? http://leoroundtable.com/is-police-academy-training-too-tough-leo-round-table-episode-458/ Episode 459:
https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/drugs-fuel-terrorism/ by Jeffrey James Higgins Published December 7, 2017 The sale of illegal drugs fuels terrorism by pouring profits into dangerous ideologies, fanning the flames of hatred and violence around the world. The connection between drugs and terror is