December 5, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear Police Leader,

For many of us, December is the one month in which we willingly embrace change, setting ourselves goals for the New Year that often revolve around eating healthier and engaging in more exercise. As we approach not only the end of the year, but also the decade, how can we embrace change in our professional lives?

In the last P1 Leaders eNewsletter of this decade we look at how to implement innovation and organizational change in policing that will take the law enforcement profession into 2020 and beyond.

What one change are you hoping to implement in your agency over the next year? Email

The PoliceOne Team
How to implement effective (and pain-free) organizational change in policing
By Ralph Brown
A new COPS Office guide details lessons learned from the implementation of law enforcement best practices
How to use design thinking to address critical issues in policing
By Jim Gordon
Design thinking seeks to redefine problems in an attempt to identify alternative solutions
Why we need an innovation revolution in policing
By Simon O’Rourke
Keeping pace with the expectations of an increasingly networked and digitized society will require police to become highly innovative
Tufloc Storage Bin
The new Tufloc Storage Bin is designed to fit under the TufBox Drawer. It can also be used as a stand-alone organizer in the rear of SUVs and cruisers.
For more information
Settle or try? 5 factors to help you decide when facing a public safety lawsuit
By Richard Spiers
While our instinct is often to fight the allegations, there are serious ramifications when a case goes to trial and results in a large verdict against your agency
Book excerpt: Supervisory and Municipal Liability in Law Enforcement
By Mike Callahan
Real-world lessons provide critical information on how to avoid potentially devastating leadership liability issues
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