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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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Firearms training: Shooting on the move Dave Grossi - Tactics & Training

Firearms training: Shooting on the move

Smaller agencies under budget constraints are "doing more with less" and getting on board with mobile shooting ranges - Full Story

Columns

30 years of the Street Survival Seminar Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

30 years of the Street Survival Seminar

Hundreds of thousands of cops have been impacted by a seminar that began with a dozen officers crammed into an elementary school classroom - Full Story

News

Conn. police, dispatch feuding for past year

Police say dispatchers fail to provide information that could "jeopardize officer safety" - Full Story

News

New Pa. police contract raises salaries, cuts pensions

By Patrick Kerkstra The Philadelphia InquirerPHILADELPHIA — The five-year contract that arbitrators... - Full Story

News

New Calif. police chief shaking things up

By Chip Johnson The San Francisco ChronicleOAKLAND, Calif. — In his first week on the job, Oakland... - Full Story

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Former N.Y. top cop to enter guilty plea

By Jim Fitzgerald Associated PressWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Just days before starting a triathlon of... - Full Story

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Wis. judge denies block on sheriffs contract; police department could close

By Erin Lamb Milwaukee Journal SentinelWAUKESHA, Wis. - A judge has denied a request by the Wisconsin... - Full Story

Tips

Guidelines for improving your report writing

P1 Contributor John Bowden provides helpful guidelines that can improve your reports. For example: reports should be written in chronological order, using the names of people instead of addressing them as victim, witness, and suspect. - Full Story



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with the Office of Justice Programs' National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
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with Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief