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Why "no comment" no longer works after a critical police incident

When the public hear no comment they think the police did something wrong and are trying to cover it up — when the officers from the involved agency hear it they feel angry and betrayed by their leader. - Full Story

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Why Brian Willis - If I Knew Then...

Why "no comment" no longer works after a critical police incident

When the public hear no comment they think the police did something wrong and are trying to cover it up — when the officers from the involved agency hear it they feel angry and betrayed by their leader - Full Story

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10 things that fuel negative police image among the public Paul Cappitelli - The Elephant in the Room

10 things that fuel negative police image among the public

“Police must secure the willing cooperation of the public in voluntary observance of the law to be able to secure and maintain the respect of the public.” — Sir Robert Peel - Full Story

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NYC prosecutor eyed for US attorney general

NYC prosecutor eyed for US attorney general

She's an under-the-radar contender to become the first black woman to head the Justice Department - Full Story

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CAP: A program for police leaders to develop better employees Barry Reynolds - Leadership, Management, and Policing

CAP: A program for police leaders to develop better employees

One of the main organizational objectives within a law enforcement agency is the recruitment, retention, and succession planning of department personnel. - Full Story

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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

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Seattle police to review property-crime response

Chief has heard community concerns regarding how department responds to property crime, including the amount of time 911 callers wait for response - Full Story

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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 co... - Full Story

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White House: Ferguson no-fly didn't restrict press

White House: Ferguson no-fly didn't restrict press

St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar defended his department's involvement Monday, telling reporters that "at no time did we request that only media be kept out of the airspace" - Full Story

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

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



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