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The power of asking "What's Important Now?" in policing– 2
Brian Willis discusses 'The Secret" and the power of "What's Important Now" in policing at the inaugural WINx: Inspiring Excellence in Law Enforcement event. For more information or to register for the next WINx event, visit www.experienceWINx.com.
4 ways to cope after the death of a child during a call– 5
Police psychologist Anne Bisek talks with PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie about how to mitigate officers after the death of a child during a call.
How self-reflection creates better leaders–
Manuel Ovalle discusses how to identify weaknesses in oneself and reminds his trainees to pinpoint and address their own weakness, while setting a critical, yet understanding tone.
Va. sheriff uses controversial tactic during interrogation– 2
The sheriff defended his use of a racial slur as an interrogation technique.
Why street leadership training is vital to your department–
Dick Fairburn explains the importance of the real-scenario, role-playing Street Leadership Course for officers that mimics military training by training them on the life or death situations they encounter every day.
NYPD commish says less tension between city officials, union–
Commissioner Bill Bratton spoke Sunday on the CBS program "Face the Nation."
Swedish cops on vacation break up fight on NY subway– 2
Four held one of the brawlers until New York Police Department officers responded and took him to a hospital.
Ariz. chief breaks down Wal-Mart brawl video– 5
Cottonwood Police Chief Jody Fanning reviews the dash cam video of the March 2015 melee between officers and a family that ended with a suspect killed and one officer and a suspect shot.
Controversial Calif. chief on community policing–
Richmond (Calif.) Police Chief Chris Magnus, who drew controversy last year after standing with protesters holding a sign with the hashtag "BlackLivesMatter," gives his take on community policing in these tension-filled times.
Okla. stop ends in gunfire after DUI suspect brandishes knife– 1
37-year old Steven Andrew Smith was stopped January 30 by Dover Police Chief Jonathan Eason on suspicion of drunk driving.
Okla. chief defends playful recruiting video–
Controversy over a recruiting video has been stirring in the community over the past few weeks, but while some residents said it's embarrassing, the chief stands behind it.
Police chief famous for social presence steps down amid damaging allegations–
The police chief who was known nation-wide for his far-reaching social media presence and public comebacks to Kanye West, among other stories, has stepped down as police chief -- and the department’s Facebook page, which lauded 177,000 followers, has temporarily been disabled.
TEDx Talk: The most dangerous weapon in law enforcement– 1
Can simply choosing better words be the solution to building relationships between law enforcement officers and those within their communities or will it require an entirely new system of development? 25-year law enforcement veteran Brian Willis breaks it down in this TEDx Talk.
Motive sought in hatchet attack on NYC officers–
Asked on Thursday if the attack could be related to terrorism, Police Commissioner William Bratton didn't rule it out.
Wis. chief breaks down role of MRAP in department–
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval speaks on the role of an MRAP in his department. The vehicle acquired from the military has been the subject of controversy for months after the department accepted it.
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