Command Staff - Chiefs / Sheriffs

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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Chief's Chair: Know the mission PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

Chief's Chair: Know the mission

By Fidel Balan, Freeport, NY Police Dept., Detective (Retired) If I were chief, I would first meet eith... - Full Story

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Chief's Chair: It's called being involved PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

Chief's Chair: It's called being involved

By Dan Montgomery, Chief of Police (Retired) A good chief of police periodically engages in the same trai... - Full Story

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Chief's Chair: Causing waves PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

Chief's Chair: Causing waves

By Anonymous If I were chief I would have my agency’s Criminal Investigations Section handle all follow-up i... - Full Story

In-depth News

Citing lack of officers, Calif. chief resigns

Citing lack of officers, Calif. chief resigns

Oakland Chief of Police Anthony Batts said a lack of officers and resources to make Oakland safe and crime-free contributed to his decision to leave a struggling department that at the time he was hired had 796 officers, 150 more than it has now. - Full Story

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Urban Shield 2011: Setting objectives, measuring results Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Urban Shield 2011: Setting objectives, measuring results

Urban Shield is designed to strengthen our preparedness to respond to terrorist attacks, major disasters, and other emergencies - Full Story

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Interim Oakland (Calif.) police chief sworn in

Jordan, a 23-year veteran of the Oakland Police Department, will replace outgoing Chief Anthony Batts - Full Story

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Lessons learned from the 'Fast and Furious' fiasco Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

Lessons learned from the 'Fast and Furious' fiasco

When constructing a new and uniquely different program, it may be advisable to use a technique called 'The Bell, The Book, and The Candle' - Full Story

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Citing lack of officers, Calif. chief resigns

Oakland chief: 'Until you have the numbers, hard to get the job done' - Full Story

Exclusives

Video collaboration tools for cops

Video collaboration tools for cops

Using everything from sophisticated TelePresence solutions to simple online meetings, police can achieve improved effectiveness and arrest rates. - Full Story

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Why digital video is better than analog Tim Dees - Police Tech & Gear

Why digital video is better than analog

Unlike analog recordings, digital recordings usually contain information called metadata — “data about data” — that further describes the nature of the primary record - Full Story



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