Michelle Perin

Michelle Perin has been a freelance writer since 2000. In December 2010, she earned her Master’s degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Indiana State University. 

Confessions of a Former Dispatcher

Can Kids Just Be Kids?

LET August Issue: First Responder, Last Frontier

LET August Issue: First Responder, Last Frontier

Telecommunications Children

Juvenile Offending Theory Revisited

Left to die

The Future of 9-1-1

States Tackle Juvenile Justice Reform

Engaging Emergency Communications Employees

Death of our Young

Winging it is not an emergency plan

Winging it is not an emergency plan

Dying on the Line

Recognizing Child Abuse and Neglect

Smarter Policing

Smarter Policing

9-1-1 Operator/Clarifying Genius Extraordinaire

Teen Relationship Violence

Death of an Officer

Status Offense Reform

Calling out the non-emergency 9-1-1 callers

Troubles with Text to 9-1-1

Restorative Justice Practices

Public gadgets in a wireless world

Public gadgets in a wireless world

Buying Injustice

Reliving Sandy Hook

 

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