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9/11: Focus on the names, not the date - 09/10/2014
9/11: Focus on the names, not the date

It is right that we remember December 7, June 6, and September 11, but we should also take the time to remember those human beings whose sacrifice that date memorializes.

 
Beat cops are key to defeating domestic terrorism - 09/10/2014
Beat cops are key to defeating domestic terrorism

Attacks funded and orchestrated by a transnational terror groups such as al Qaeda, AQAP, al Shabaab, and ISIS merit consideration, but lone wolves and the grassroots Jihad remain the biggest threat.

 
Considerations for evaluating officer-involved shootings - 09/08/2014
Considerations for evaluating officer-involved shootings

Every use-of-force incident must be examined as a unique event — no two are alike — but we may be able to apply a few general concepts in our ‘after-action’ analysis.

 
Why police leaders should be training their replacements - 09/06/2014
Why police leaders should be training their replacements

The law enforcement leader who develops leadership in his/her subordinates will be promoted to carry on that practice at a higher level

 
How to adjust risk variables to increase officer safety - 09/05/2014
How to adjust risk variables to increase officer safety

Risk tolerance on the job is ultimately a personal matter where the most effective cops incorporate risk management practices into daily decision-making.

 
3 ways to combat degradation of morale in your agency - 09/04/2014
3 ways to combat degradation of morale in your agency

As older members of the workforce reach the age of retirement, law enforcement leaders must be attuned to the challenges of maintaining morale — and consistency — within the ranks.

 
2 keys to great active-killer response training for schools - 09/03/2014
2 keys to great active-killer response training for schools

There are two key things other police agencies can learn from this award-winning active-killer response training: Be purposeful in building your relationships, and be patient in building your ...

 
How to help citizens better understand police use of force - 09/03/2014
How to help citizens better understand police use of force

Policing — already a dangerous profession — is becoming even more so because of anti-police rhetoric and inaccurate reporting in use of force cases.

 
Examining issues of time in the Ferguson shooting - 08/29/2014
Examining issues of time in the Ferguson shooting

Left out of all of the so-called analysis in the mainstream media in the aftermath of the Ferguson OIS is any real examination of the science of human performance during rapidly-unfolding, high-stress ...

 
3 keys for collecting law enforcement data used in grants process - 08/28/2014
3 keys for collecting law enforcement data used in grants process

Here’s how your agency can collect and leverage data for your next grant application.

 
3 ways an Ohio PD gained their community's trust - 08/27/2014
3 ways an Ohio PD gained their community's trust

A newly-appointed chief discovered a glaring disconnect between the police and their community, and set out to fix it

 
7 rules to prevent 'excessive use-of-force' accusations - 08/27/2014
7 rules to prevent 'excessive use-of-force' accusations

How do we protect the many officers who have been falsely accused of excessive force and then libeled and slandered in the media?

 
8 keys to a well-written police use-of-force report - 08/27/2014
8 keys to a well-written police use-of-force report

A well-written force response report may take a little longer to write on the front end, but will certainly save you much more time (and trouble) later.

 
Ferguson's 6 top use-of-force questions: A cop's response - 08/22/2014
Ferguson's 6 top use-of-force questions: A cop's response

According to Bureau of Justice Statistics data from 2008, there roughly 765,000 sworn officers in the United States — and an absurdly small number ever fire their weapons outside of training.

 
Following Ferguson, a body camera on every officer? - 08/22/2014
Following Ferguson, a body camera on every officer?

It has been my belief for some time that on-officer cameras will one day be mandatory, standard equipment for the vast majority of departments in the United States.

 

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