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Applying for chief: Which jurisdiction is right for you? Rob Hall - Chief's Office

Applying for chief: Which jurisdiction is right for you?

When you’re applying for the position of police chief, an honest assessment of the job environment is essential, as well as a willingness to walk away if it’s not the right situation for you - Full Story

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Following Ferguson, police leaders must build diverse departments Patricia Thompson - Instructional Leadership

Following Ferguson, police leaders must build diverse departments

The healing so essential in cities all across the country will come about only through transparency, communication, and embracing the benefits of diversity - Full Story

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4 lessons from Ferguson on how cops should communicate with the public Duane Wolfe - The Warrior's Path

4 lessons from Ferguson on how cops should communicate with the public

Ferguson taught us that in this era of instant information, we need to quickly use the tools that are available to us to educate and inform those we serve - Full Story

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How to help a fellow officer struggling with alcohol abuse Lt. Dan Marcou - Blue Knights

How to help a fellow officer struggling with alcohol abuse

There are those among us who have admitted to themselves that they can’t have a drink — it is our responsibility as brothers and sisters to help them, not make it harder for them - Full Story

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How small town chiefs can connect with the 'hidden public' Rob Hall - Chief's Office

How small town chiefs can connect with the 'hidden public'

How police leaders can locate and establish relationships with the “hidden” population in a small town - Full Story

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Why chiefs and legislators must work together on pending laws Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

Why chiefs and legislators must work together on pending laws

Chief Steven Casstevens of the Buffalo Grove (Ill.) Police Department urged police leaders to interact with line officers to inform them of potentially adverse pending legislation, and ask them how the proposal would affect their ability to do their job - Full Story

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4 ways police leaders can better communicate with the community Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. - Passion for the Job

4 ways police leaders can better communicate with the community

Building bridges — or rebuilding them — isn’t likely to happen if we wait for our citizenry to start the process, so we need to create a safe place for a conversation, and do that with skill and salesmanship - Full Story

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Prepare for unrest following murder indictment in Ohio OIS

Prepare for unrest following murder indictment in Ohio OIS

Too often in the post-Ferguson era we’ve seen public protests turned into violent clashes with burned buildings and injured persons on both sides of the fray. - Full Story

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Rapid Response: Prepare for unrest following murder indictment in Ohio OIS Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief - Be Advised...

Rapid Response: Prepare for unrest following murder indictment in Ohio OIS

Too often in the post-Ferguson era we’ve seen public protests turned into violent clashes with burned buildings and injured persons on both sides of the fray - Full Story

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How Las Vegas Metro PD got ahead of OIS and UOF controversies Karen L. Bune - Criminals, Victims, and Cops

How Las Vegas Metro PD got ahead of OIS and UOF controversies

Cooperation, collaboration, and honest communication between police and the community can prove fruitful in enhancing police/community relations and reducing officer-involved shootings - Full Story



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