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Chief Cunningham remarks at IACP 2016–
The president of one of the largest police organizations in the United States apologized for historical mistreatment of minorities, calling it a "dark side of our shared history" that must be acknowledged and overcome.
IACP's Terrence Cunningham on his 'historical mistreatment' apology–
In no way does recognizing historical injustice discredit or take away from the nobility and valor of the law enforcement profession today
IACP Quick Take: Marijuana legalization is coming – is your agency prepared?–
Agencies must prepare now or risk playing catch up
IACP Quick Take: Rapid response during a crisis helps PDs get ahead of message–
Police departments are adopting new policies that are forcing them to get in front of the press to mitigate public and media uproar
IACP Quick Take: Will fire/rescue/EMS access to warm zones improve victim survival?–
Police should be trained in hemorrhage control and have tourniquets on them at all times
How one agency implemented Obama's police reform recommendations–
Chief Brandon Zuidema and Lieutenant Christopher Clayton of the Garner (N.C.) Police Department delivered a compelling presentation at IACP on how they responded to the 21st Century Policing Report
How to successfully create and run a Citizens Advisory Board–
Unlike a Citizens Review Board, a Citizens Advisory Board is a group of people who meet on a regular basis to provide the chief of police with advice on a wide range of issues and exchange ideas
How a San Bernardino officer builds community trust–
Sgt. Christopher Gray takes time to make positive contacts with the community, especially children, as an integral part of policing and building trust
Community policing in San Bernardino–
Sgt. Christopher Gray takes time to make positive contacts with the community, especially children, as an integral part of policing and building trust.
Philly cop joins director for planned project on issues raised by Black Lives Matter–
Police Captain Altovise Love-Craighead said most officers take the job to help others and that sometimes their experiences on the street "muddle that"
Photos: Police, community connect during National Coffee with a Cop Day–
Officers across the nation participated in this innovative, yet simple community relations program
How to launch Coffee with a Cop (and why you should)–
The event is an innovative, yet simple community relations program that police departments are adopting around the world
Cop schools kids with skateboarding tricks–
A teenager gave a police officer his skateboard jokingly. The officer showed them up with his skills.
Kan. police receive grant to boost community policing–
The federal grant will go toward hiring six new officers and one supervisor for the Wichita Police Department
Police History: How a legendary lawman tamed his wild town while never breaking its spirit–
At the end of every fight, Frank Hatch always extended his hand to help up his opponent
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