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The Administration topic on PoliceOne covers everything from clerical behind-the-scenes tasks to departmental changes in policy. We offer strategies and tactics that have helped Chiefs and Sheriffs in agencies of any size to secure grants, assure that their trainers are top-notch, and recruit the best young officers to join their ranks.
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Calif. PD completing $1M station expansion

By Gail Wesson The Riverside Press EnterpriseWork is nearly finished on an addition to the San Jacinto... - Full Story

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Chiefs voice concerns over Ariz. law

Chiefs voice concerns over Ariz. law

Top cops hold hourlong, closed-door meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder - Full Story

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Oakland, Calif. may cut almost 200 cops

Police layoffs would be inevitable if police and fire unions don't give concessions, which city officials are in the midst of negotiating - Full Story

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Ill. town gets grant to fight gangs

Wheeling PD has secured more than $90,000 in federal grant monies to help combat gang activity - Full Story

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Cost-cutting measures effective at Mass. PD

Mass. Chief says she'd prefer her job to remain as "part time" in order to buy squad cars, hire cops, and increase training - Full Story

Videos

Chief Tim Goergen: Building a Police Organization with a Mentoring Approach

Dave Smith talks with Police Chief Tim Goergen about the tough task of replacing a police Chief in the instance that something may happen to the Chief or the Chief may retire. He discusses how to come up with a transition plan and the best way to mentor and train the incoming Chief. It is essential to look at this with a mentoring mentality in order to continue to build a strong organization.

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Immigration law divides cops across U.S.

Immigration law divides cops across U.S.

Several Arizona police chiefs and sheriffs say, as hard as officers try not to profile, enforcing the law will inevitably lead to it - Full Story

Columns

The warrior and the merchant: Define who you are Ron Avery - The PoliceOne Firearms Corner

The warrior and the merchant: Define who you are

Warrior! The word has caught on in everyday speech and has been applied to sports figures, articles of clot... - Full Story

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Kerik to begin federal prison term

Kerik to begin federal prison term

By Jim Fitzgerald Associated Press WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Former New York City police Commissioner... - Full Story

Columns

What terrorist watch list? Chris Ghannam - Warriors on the Streets

What terrorist watch list?

Stop apologizing for profiling and start educating our nation - Full Story



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