June 13, 2019 | View as webpage
Dear PoliceOne Member,

In this PoliceOne Career eNewsletter, we focus on every cop’s favorite aspect of the job: report writing. Yes, it’s boring, but having the skill to write good reports is a key element to success and longevity in your law enforcement career. The following articles will help you sharpen your report-writing ability and make your life easier.

We also provide career development tips and break down how to create a career portfolio.


The PoliceOne Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
The importance of report writing skills for career development
By Lindsey J. Bertomen
There are two rules to follow for writing excellent reports
Book Excerpt: Write to Protect and Serve – A Practical Guide for Writing Better Police Reports
By John Cagle
Written for officers at all levels, this book discusses proper note-taking at the scene of a crime, different elements of police reports and compliance writing
5 keys to great report writing
By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D.
Patrol officers’ reports are the foundation of the successful investigation and prosecution of a crime, so make sure you’re giving your report the attention it requires
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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
Top tips for law enforcement career development
By LEO Round Table
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
How to create a police career portfolio
By Dr. Larry F. Jetmore
Here are some of the things you should be doing if you wish to become an exceptional police officer
FEATURED EDUCATION
Stevenson University Online Bachelor's in Criminal Justice
Advance your career in federal, state or local law enforcement.
FEATURED JOB
Alaska State Trooper Entry/Lateral ($10,000 Move Reimbursement)
Anchorage, AK
Entry Level: $32.56 hourly
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