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IBM analytics technology helps cut crime–
The Durham (N.C.) police department’s analytical services group used IBM analytics technology to help reduce the amount of violent crime in a two-square-mile region of the city by more than 50 percent during a four-year span (2007-2011).
Best police recruitment video ever?–
The community of Hillsboro created a recruitment video in hopes of finding their new police chief, and made their qualifications clear: a new chief must be passionate about the town, and most importantly, fun.
P1 Roll Call: Loss of rescue cop, Chief calms riots–
For the week of July 26, we recap the tragic death of a Las Vegas cop who died while rescuing a stranded hiker, a New Mexico department that's under fire for not recognizing a suspect's heath problems, and a police chief who set the stage for peaceful protests in his town.
Pa. police chief makes profanity-ridden 'apology'–
Chief Mark Kessler posted a video to YouTube stating he had offended viewers in a previous video with his language
Metropolitan police do the Harlem Shake–
Footage posted on YouTube shows one motorcycle cop in a crash helmet — apparently filmed in a nick’s underground car park — suddenly starting to cavort. Five colleagues at first appear to ignore him, then join in. Bosses failed to see the funny side, and punished the officers.
Kronos Testimonial: Brad Johnson–
Police Chief Brad Johnson talks about how Kronos has signifcantly helped his department why he would recommend it to other police agencies.
San Deigo police chief talks gun control–
Chief William Lansdowne talks about his boots on the ground take on gun policy and violence.
Retired NYPD Captain on police culture, corruption, and solutions–
Sierra Adamson interviews Dr John Eterno, retired NYPD Captain, about the main problems with the NYPD which he attributes to management and culture within the department.
Chief's message on officer injuries–
After a spur of officer-involved violent incidents, the Portland police chief released a video to his officers to rally department members and show his support.
Portland chief backs officers after violent attacks–
In the video, intended for internal release, the chief praises officers' dedication and gives his full support to them.
Video: Protestors hijack Seattle police meeting–
Skip to about 11 minutes into the video to watch protestors crash a meeting about a new drone program.
Police Chiefs Speak Out Against Ariz. SB 1070–
SB 1070, Arizona’s new law cracking down on illegal immigration, is opposed by some in law enforcement and supported by others. Whichever side of the issue you’re on, the immigration situation has LEOs speaking out.
Will to Win: Beau Lamens–
When Beau Lamens got into this pursuit he had no idea it was with a fellow who intended to gun him down in front of City Hall. Fortunately, Deputy Lamens has a "when/then" mindset and the armed confrontation that unfold on his dash cam and in his own words is a spellbinding example of a true Winning Mindset.
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