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4 qualities of great leaders; Saying "sorry": What docs can teach cops

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Editor's Note:

In this month's eNews, Matt Stiehm draws parallels between officers and doctors in explaining why its not always such a bad thing to say "sorry," while Ray Socorro talks about the four qualities of great police leaders.

Lastly, Glenn French reminisces about his career on the event of his retirement.

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief
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