LEO Round Table
LEO Round Table is a law enforcement talk show discussing news, events and issues from a LEO perspective. The creation of retired detective Chip DeBlock, LEO Round Table features professionals who talk about law enforcement issues that are in the national news. In addition, LEO Round Table produces videos of simulated officer-involved shootings from different camera angles in order to educate the public and deter the rush to judgment. The LEO Perspectives column features content exclusively recorded by LEO Round Table for PoliceOne. Subscribe to the LEO Round Table YouTube channel.
Full list of LEO Round Table results
Best practices: Law enforcement preparedness for major events–
Why anticipating how your plan could fail is key to developing an effective incident action plan
How agencies can effectively transition officers into retirement–
It is critical that departments help officers develop an effective exit strategy from a police career
When cops are not welcome: Command staff perspectives on officers being refused service–
What is the proper response when a police officer is asked to leave an eating establishment?
Top tips for law enforcement career development–
From being grounded at home to becoming a student of the game, police veterans share their tips on how to develop a successful police career
Getting in front of the story: Media relations best practices for LE–
Building relationships with the media ahead of major incidents helps LE agencies share their narrative
Are you ready for your third act? How cops can plan for retirement–
Planning ahead is key to a happy and healthy retirement from law enforcement
How to defeat ‘we’ve always done it this way’ thinking in policing–
Successfully effecting operational and cultural change in your agency
Why millennial cops are leaving your agency (and how to stop them)–
Younger officers want to feel valued at work while having fun and using technology to fulfill their training requirements. Is your agency ready to meet their needs?
How chiefs can connect with their officers–
Being as transparent with your personnel as you are with your communities is key to being a supportive law enforcement leader