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 The value of boss-involved survival training
 What did 'community policing' teach us?
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Dear PoliceOne Member,

Today we launch annual editorial coverage of the International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Expo. Although I really like this event for a variety of reasons, and while a good number of PoliceOne visitors are chiefs themselves, a way, way higher number are patrol officers who just might not care. To get patrol involved, we asked for guest columns describing how things might be different if you were put in charge.

To those attending IACP, stop by booth #840 and say hello. Otherwise, follow the event on Twitter and e-mail me anything you want me to investigate.


PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
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IACP 2011: The value of boss-involved survival training
By Lt. Dan Marcou, PoliceOne Columnist
There are many benefits for bosses who get physically involved alongside officers at survival training. Just a few of the benefits include training verification, tactical awareness, and team building ... Never avoid survival training
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Passion for the Job
IACP 2011: What did 'community policing' teach us?
By Joel F. Shults, Ed.D., Policeone Columnist
The term ‘community policing’ was never a good label — it lacked cache from the very beginning. And although I did enjoy solving problems and working with the public, CP effectiveness has never been proven by research and it was founded on weak presumptions ... Can we move on?
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Special Coverage Section
IACP 2011: In the Chief's Chair
Read what some P1 members said when they were asked: What would you do if you were chief of police?

Chief's Chair: Creating a happy patrol

Chief's Chair: Know the mission

Chief's Chair: It's called being involved

Chief's Chair: Three-pronged attack
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Editor's Corner
IACP 2011: Bringing patrol to the chiefs at IACP
By PoliceOne Senior Editor Doug Wyllie
As the conference unfolds, I’ll be posting “tweets” of what I see and hear, and will have reams of notes from which I will write articles for months to come. Let me know if there are any specific things you’d like me to look into by simply adding your comments below, or sending me an email ... Making coverage meaningful
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