3Qs: Fugitives can run, but can’t hide

On Wednesday, the FBI arrested noto­rious Boston gang­ster James “Whitey” Bulger and his com­panion in Santa Monica, Cal­i­fornia, after the couple averted author­i­ties for more than 16 years. We asked Jack Levin, the Brud­nick Dis­tin­guished Pro­fessor of Soci­ology and Crim­i­nology at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, to assess the role of tip­sters in cap­turing fugi­tives, the dif­fi­culty of living life on the lam and Bulger’s place among the world’s most noto­rious criminals.

Northeastern helps FBI transform its culture

Busi­ness school’s exec­u­tive edu­ca­tion pro­gram is key as the fed­eral agency evolves into an intelligence-​​led orga­ni­za­tion posi­tioned to meet 21st cen­tury threats