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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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From the Corps to cops: How these military values translate to police leadership Dan Danaher - Tactical Encounters

From the Corps to cops: How these military values translate to police leadership

Your rank or position can command compliance, but it doesn’t make you a leader — others deem you to be a leader because of the qualities you possess and the totality of your character - Full Story

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Why ask Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

Why ask "Why?" 5 reasons every good police leader should

Over my career as an academy trainer, professor — and now as chief and leader of my department — my greatest satisfaction has come from answering all those “why?” questions - Full Story

Videos

Leadership tips for new supervisors

In this video, Betsy Brantner Smith discusses several tips for newly promoted supervisors. New supervisors deal with being in two camps, with one foot in management and the other on the line. Smith outlines the challenges that comes with this new phase in an officer’s career and gives advice on how to become the most successful supervisor for your squad or unit.

Videos

Seattle chief reverses finding on use of force case

Interim Chief Harry Bailey has reversed a finding that an officer used excessive force when he stepped on the head of a handcuffed man in 2010.

News

Seattle chief reverses finding on use of force case

Seattle chief reverses finding on use of force case

Interim Chief Harry Bailey has reversed a finding that an officer used excessive force when he stepped on the head of a handcuffed man in 2010 - Full Story

Tips

Want to improve your leadership skills? Ask yourself this question

Before going any further, get a pen and a piece of paper. You’ll need it for the exercise below.... - Full Story Secure - Login Required

News

Baltimore police commissioner punches gunman, helps make arrest

Baltimore police commissioner punches gunman, helps make arrest

When a man struggling with 3 officers drew a gun, commissioner entered the fray, put his own gun to the man's head, punched him and caused him to release his weapon - Full Story

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Baltimore police to eliminate 212 vacant officer positions

Move marks first significant reduction in the ranks in decades - Full Story

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Officials demand action on staffing beleaguered Calif. department

Oakland City Council members called on leaders to fully staff the city's department and develop an "action plan" to address low morale - Full Story

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Dallas chief calls training controversy 'a hot mess'

Police Chief David Brown traced the still-brewing dispute to his sensitivity to litigation over racial issues - Full Story



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