Special Coverage of IACP 2013

PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie hits the showroom floor at the 120th Annual IACP Conference in Philadelphia to bring you the latest in police products and innovations. Going to the show? Come see us at booth #825, meet the staff, and collect some awesome PoliceOne swag! Otherwise catch up on all the latest news, right here.

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Don’t say ‘retarded’: Improving officer interaction with special-needs individuals The C.A.R.E. initiative, presented at IACP 2013, is far more than just information stored in a database — it’s about building positive, productive relationships in the community Full Story

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Former interim Chief of Sanford PD shares how to recover trust Don’t wait until a critical incident happens before you establish partnerships in your community Full Story
Commissioner Charles Ramsey envisions a thin blue thread During the opening ceremonies of the 2013 IACP Conference, Host Chief Charles Ramsey shared some of his insights and perspectives on policing’s past, present, and future Full Story
New report suggests way to mitigate risks of high-speed pursuits Before the session was canceled, Dr. Geoff Alpert was scheduled to reveal findings of a research report he wrote in collaboration with NIJ and StarChase — here's what you missed Full Story
De Anza College credits Zero Motorcycles for patrol effectiveness These motors are as silent as a panther until the officer lights ‘em up, so officers can sneak up on wrong-doers before they even know there’s a copper nearby Full Story
Point Blank releases new NIJ IIIA body armor The Alpha Elite Series — announced officially Monday morning at IACP 2013 — is designed around the Dyneema Force Multiplier Technology by DSM Full Story
Motorola puts P25 LMR signal into your LTE-enabled smartphone I’ve seen some pretty impressive technology from Motorola in the past five years, but this little development is one of those things that makes me grin and say, “Wow, that’s cool” Full Story
Keeping kids safe from shooters isn't a plan, it's a process When naming Abington, Pa. as one of the top 100 places to live, Money Magazine identified safety and education as the top two aspects of their evaluation. Full Story
Putting video cameras on cops ... and burning the ships TASER International CEO Rick Smith clears up some confusion about the aggressive new pricing model for the company’s latest on-officer video cameras Full Story
Boston Commish: 3 lessons learned from marathon bombing Commissioner Edward Davis made a point to share some lessons learned from the response to this terrorist attack that might benefit other agencies. Full Story

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