November 09, 2017 | View as webpage
Dear PoliceOne Member,
In an era of greater police transparency, many departments are including a statement of principles within their recruitment policy. This statement outlines the philosophy and values within which the recruitment and selection process operates, as well as hiring process expectations for both the agency and potential candidates.

As part of our special coverage series, Recruitment & Retention Crisis: The Struggle to Hire – and Keep – Good Cops, PoliceOne columnist Barry Reynolds reviews five principles a police department should add to its recruitment and selection process policy to help market the agency to the type of candidates who are most likely to be successful.

This series, sponsored by Axon, offers agencies the tools they need to combat the recruitment and retention crisis crippling police departments nationwide. Watch for further installments in this series throughout the rest of 2017.

Given the struggles agencies face in recruiting new cops, we'd like to hear about the steps you're taking to both bring in new LEOs and retain police officers. What innovative approaches have you used in your police department? Email to share your best practices for a chance to be featured in an upcoming article.
The PoliceOne Team
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