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American policing in the next decade: A conversation with Chief Bill Bratton Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

American policing in the next decade: A conversation with Chief Bill Bratton

After more than 40 years of crime fighting, the only person to have led both NYPD and LAPD announced his retirement from law enforcement in October 2009 - Full Story

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The forgotten first responders Betsy Brantner Smith - Survival Insights

The forgotten first responders

We must recognize, and train for, the dispatcher’s critical role in officer survival and beyond - Full Story

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Calif. reserve police officers risk lives for no pay

Most reserve officers are in it for community service, love of the job, or trying to get hired - Full Story

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5 keys to active learning for cops Brian Willis - If I Knew Then...

5 keys to active learning for cops

What’s important now is to stop treating learning as a passive activity - Full Story

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News from ILEETA 2010: Opening ceremonies Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - 10-43: Be Advised...

News from ILEETA 2010: Opening ceremonies

Executive Director (Emeritus) Ed Nowicki spoke of the seven words on which ILEETA is founded: “Wisdom and courage through knowledge and skill” - Full Story

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Detecting lies, reading people, and getting confessions Jim Glennon - Surviving the Streets

Detecting lies, reading people, and getting confessions

Communication skills are the most important skills for those in law enforcement to master — often, it is poor communication skills that lead to our worst problems - Full Story

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Teach them properly, Major John Bennett - Walking the Walk

Teach them properly, Major

Improper training can create an inflated sense of confidence — in effect, one’s confidence exceeding one’s competence - Full Story

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Ill. alderman who irritated cops to head police committee

Fraternal Order of Police President Mark Donahue: "I'd be hard-pressed to identify a poorer choice" - Full Story



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