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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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November 06, 2014
4 keys to making your police agency a learning organization Andy Casavant - Lessons Learned: The Power of History

4 keys to making your police agency a learning organization

We understand that people can learn and improve but can an organization or agency actually learn? - Full Story
November 04, 2014
Answering the critics of MRAPs and the 1033 Program Steve Rabinovich - Officer Aid Tactics in Modern Threat Environments

Answering the critics of MRAPs and the 1033 Program

We must acknowledge that some agencies adding MRAPs to their inventories face criticisms from their communities.... - Full Story
October 31, 2014
What would Eric Holder’s police tactics commission really accomplish? Lance Eldridge - All Law Enforcement is Local

What would Eric Holder’s police tactics commission really accomplish?

In a free society, the relationship between police and citizens must remain the fundamental issue that demands vigilance, but one must wonder whether a nationwide commission is the answer - Full Story
October 26, 2014
IACP Quick Take: How to do big things on a small police budget Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

IACP Quick Take: How to do big things on a small police budget

Visibility into the budget and holding officers accountable for how they used that budget changed the way they operated - Full Story
October 26, 2014
IACP Quick Take: How cops can safeguard children of arrested parents Loraine Burger - Perspectives on Policing

IACP Quick Take: How cops can safeguard children of arrested parents

For children, seeing a parent get cuffed and put into the back of a squad can can have a lifelong impact - Full Story
October 26, 2014
IACP 2014: Mental health interventions in the aftermath of a mass casualty event Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

IACP 2014: Mental health interventions in the aftermath of a mass casualty event

2 surprising strategies for dealing with the aftermath of a mass casualty event were gleaned at an afternoon seminar session in the Police Psychological Services Section Track - Full Story
October 25, 2014
IACP 2014: Building (and banking) strong relationships before the blast Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

IACP 2014: Building (and banking) strong relationships before the blast

This type of work has to be approached with a lot of finesse, and that it’s not easy, and that it takes time — most of all, it requires a lot of training. - Full Story
October 25, 2014
IACP 2014: Attention and memory in deadly-force encounters Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

IACP 2014: Attention and memory in deadly-force encounters

Intentional focus, perception, and the speed of an event all have an effect on how officers process a deadly force encounter as it unfolds, as well as how they remember it after it’s over - Full Story
October 23, 2014
Why police agencies are well served by the 1033 Program PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

Why police agencies are well served by the 1033 Program

Some agencies rely on the 1033 program to support the operational needs of their departments SWAT Teams, Marine Units, and other special operations units - Full Story
October 06, 2014
Cops’ Survival: Can 10 feet make the difference? Richard Fairburn - Law Enforcement Firearms

Cops’ Survival: Can 10 feet make the difference?

When you’re fighting at bad-breath distance, simply pointing and pulling the trigger stands a fair chance of success, but when you get out to seven yards or further, marksmanship training begins to pay off - Full Story



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