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IACP 2010: Chiefs should make late night calls to the mayor

At a standing-room-only panel discussion during IACP 2010 in Orlando, Chief Dave Banaszynski of the Shorewood... - Full Story

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IACP 2010: Five strategies for aspiring police chiefs Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

IACP 2010: Five strategies for aspiring police chiefs

Four police chiefs shared best practices to help young new chiefs of police succeed in the precarious first few years on the job - Full Story

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IACP 2010: Airborne support for law enforcement that won't break the bank Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

IACP 2010: Airborne support for law enforcement that won't break the bank

Vanguard Defense Industries' ShadowHawk provides a serious strategic advantage for any agency that deploys it - Full Story

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Guns and kids: Safety is a family affair Betsy Brantner Smith - Survival Insights

Guns and kids: Safety is a family affair

If you keep guns in your home, make sure you are not the only member of your family who is familiar with them - Full Story

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IACP 2010: Using predictive policing to prevent crime Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

IACP 2010: Using predictive policing to prevent crime

At IACP 2010 in Orlando, chiefs of police learned how predictive policing can help in the decision-making process for deploying law enforcement resources - Full Story

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Keys to successful police leadership

Keys to successful police leadership

Every organization has a mission and the only way to accomplish it is through people. - Full Story

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IACP 2010: A Chief's worst-case scenario Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

IACP 2010: A Chief's worst-case scenario

What should a police leader do amid a thermonuclear officer-misconduct scandal — something so heinous it rocks the squad room and the community? - Full Story

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Keys to successful police leadership Jim Glennon - Surviving the Streets

Keys to successful police leadership

Every organization has a mission and the only way to accomplish it is through people - Full Story

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P1 First Person: One Chief’s views on handling a scandal PoliceOne Special Contributors - P1 First Person

P1 First Person: One Chief’s views on handling a scandal

By Chief Dan Losada Knoxville (Iowa) Police DepartmentThe worst part of a scandal is often the rumo... - Full Story

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Want to be a Leader? Do a gut check first Sgt. Steve "Pappy" Papenfuhs - Training to Think

Want to be a Leader? Do a gut check first

If you believe — as many do — that we are experiencing a dearth of courageous leaders, then take action and promote - Full Story



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