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July 01, 2015
Warriors vs. Guardians: A seismic shift in policing or just semantics? Val Van Brocklin - Cop Gumbo

Warriors vs. Guardians: A seismic shift in policing or just semantics?

What started as a narrow concept of warrior mindset during deadly confrontations has expanded and mutated into a prevailing culture governing many, if not most, police-citizen contacts — is it time for a change? - Full Story
June 11, 2015
3 ways new line supervisors can gain and secure officers’ loyalty Marty Katz - Past the Uniform

3 ways new line supervisors can gain and secure officers’ loyalty

Everyone in law enforcement loves driving in a super clean vehicle, so I set up a Deputy of the Month program where winners get their assigned take-home squad detailed - Full Story
June 04, 2015
A new chief’s guide to updating the P&P manual Rob Hall - Chief's Office

A new chief’s guide to updating the P&P manual

As with any official document that represents the department, thoroughly review every aspect of the P&P manual at your new agency, and ensure it is updated and tailored to your department - Full Story
June 04, 2015
5 ways supervisors can improve police-citizen relations John Hein - Inside Internal Affairs

5 ways supervisors can improve police-citizen relations

Amid demonstrations, riots, and presidential action, police leaders must address citizens’ assertion of police wrongdoing — one way of doing that is emphasizing strong supervision strategies - Full Story
June 04, 2015
Police leaders: Don’t let fear of scrutiny affect cops’ use of force decisions PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

Police leaders: Don’t let fear of scrutiny affect cops’ use of force decisions

If we as a society expect our officers to make split-second, life-and-death decisions, then we must not handcuff them by fear of indictment, litigation, or career-ending reputation assassination - Full Story
April 09, 2015
Strengthen your agency by planning for your replacement American Military University - In Public Safety

Strengthen your agency by planning for your replacement

As a police chief, if you got hit by a bus tomorrow, would someone in your agency be ready to step into your role? - Full Story
March 26, 2015
6 key traits of investigative thought leaders Moe Greenberg - Detective's Notebook

6 key traits of investigative thought leaders

Are these qualities you already possess — thus making you an innovative investigator — or are they qualities you might add to your set of skills to improve your ability to lead your investigations? - Full Story
March 11, 2015
6 ways to improve cooperation among public safety disciplines Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

6 ways to improve cooperation among public safety disciplines

In many cases (and many places) failure to cooperate with other public safety entities was not an option — there’s no embarrassment in asking for help when the situation requires it - Full Story
March 05, 2015
4 things every newly promoted police leader should know Paul Cappitelli - The Elephant in the Room

4 things every newly promoted police leader should know

The blend of foundational knowledge, coupled with solid ethical guidance, is always the path to success... - Full Story
March 05, 2015
So you want to be a small town police chief? Consider these 4 factors Rob Hall - Chief's Office

So you want to be a small town police chief? Consider these 4 factors

To become a police chief, most individuals follow one of two paths, either rising through the ranks within their department, or coming in from the outside - Full Story



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