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3 reasons cops should consider a degree in management–
Management studies can help you advance your law enforcement career, increase your pay and open new post-retirement options
8 ways to prevent blue-on-blue shootings–
Academic research and real-world incident reviews provide a foundation for evidence-based practices and training
How earning an online degree helped one state trooper prepare for the future–
Lt. Julie Scribner of the Vermont State Police earned her bachelor’s degree to get ready for a promotion and is working on her master’s to plan for a career after retirement
NRA Cars for Freedom: Back Our Blue–
It’s time we honor our law enforcement again. Donate your vehicle to NRA Cars For Freedom and you'll be supporting NRA Foundation's Law Enforcement training for active and retired police officers.
Surviving an Ambush–
Watch this video from PoliceOne Academy where Instructor Lee Shaykhet presents how to survive an ambush by properly protect yourself and identifying if the ambush is spontaneous or premeditated. This training video and more are available in the most modern learning platform for law enforcement personnel.
5 reasons cops should pursue an online certificate–
Earn a professional credential that can boost your career in less time – and for less money – than a graduate degree
Why college educated police officers make more money–
Cops are encouraged to get degrees to improve their salary and career
What are the best degrees for police officers?–
Earn a higher salary and promotional opportunities with an outstanding education
Throwback: 1951 'Day with the FBI'–
Film from 1951 examines the duties of an FBI employee.
Parent fights cop at education forum–
A Maryland man who didn't follow the rules at a state education forum was arrested for assault after he and a police officer providing security got into a scuffle.
Balancing career with family in law enforcement–
In this excerpt from the Massachusetts School of Law's Educational Forum on Law and Law Enforcement, Associate Dean Michael L. Coyne speaks with four police chiefs, Chief Ronald A. Sellon, Chief Kenny Howell, Chief Paul Tucker, and Chief Lisa Holmes, about the imperatives that get in the way of family responsibilities; and the absolute need for a supportive spouse or partner as well as peer support.
Why Criminal Justice by Scott Brantley, Retired FBI Special Agent–
Are you interested in Criminal Justice? You can learn more here. Also visit http://www.chancelloru.edu to see our online classes and see what opportunities are available for your future.
Crisis of Leadership–
Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief, sits down with Dick Fairburn to discuss one of the classes that he teaches called "Street Leadership." This course focuses on teaching the same fundamentals that are taught in military leadership courses. Often times police officers are taught how to manage but they also need to understand how to become leaders and make tactical decisions the way that a drill sergeant would.
Jack Hoban talks to Doug Wyllie about how to apply the idea of the Ethical Warrior to law enforcement training.
Attributes of a Leader–
In this video, multi-disciplinary leaders review what it takes to be a successful manager and make difficult decisions at a moment's notice.
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