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Command Staff - Chiefs / Sheriffs

The Command Staff - Chiefs / Sheriffs topic gives police leadership news and information to help them lead their troops despite shrinking budgets and increasing scrutiny from the public and the media. This topic also gives the patrol officer an avenue to prepare themselves for a rise through the ranks.
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The 5 big lessons from DOJ’s Ferguson report

The 5 big lessons from DOJ’s Ferguson report

Yes, the critics aren’t going to play fair, and yes, you’re different because your public loves you. But that’s no reason to relax and enjoy being out of the spotlight. - Full Story

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The 5 big lessons from DOJ’s Ferguson report Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

The 5 big lessons from DOJ’s Ferguson report

Whatever you think of the report, you’d be wise to use it as an opportunity to learn and steer your department away from a similar fate - Full Story

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Highlights of DOJ report on Ferguson PD

Highlights of DOJ report on Ferguson PD

Report concluded that city law enforcement practices are discriminatory and unconstitutional and calls for sweeping changes - Full Story

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4 things every newly promoted police leader should know Paul Cappitelli - The Elephant in the Room

4 things every newly promoted police leader should know

The blend of foundational knowledge, coupled with solid ethical guidance, is always the path to success... - Full Story

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So you want to be a small town police chief? Consider these 4 factors Rob Hall - Chief's Office

So you want to be a small town police chief? Consider these 4 factors

To become a police chief, most individuals follow one of two paths, either rising through the ranks within their department, or coming in from the outside - Full Story

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3 critical skills cops need for collaboration with community stakeholders John Vanek - Task Force Leadership

3 critical skills cops need for collaboration with community stakeholders

Any person in (or seeking) a position of leadership must develop the ability to do collaborative work — this is becoming an increasingly more important aspect of leadership - Full Story

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How two agencies collaborated to revolutionize missing persons cases John Vanek - Task Force Leadership

How two agencies collaborated to revolutionize missing persons cases

Think about the time and energy that goes into a typical case of a runaway child. A child leaves home an... - Full Story

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3 steps for writing body camera 'consent to record' policies

Defining when to record and giving your officers discretion to turn it off will maintain privacy and community relations - Full Story

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NYC Council begins hearings on police-community relations

Four precincts will be part of program in which officers will spend one-third of their shift devoted to going street by street to form community relationships - Full Story

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US clears Darren Wilson in Ferguson case, criticizes PD

US clears Darren Wilson in Ferguson case, criticizes PD

Federal officials concluded there was no evidence to disprove Wilson's testimony that he feared for his safety - Full Story



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