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Meet one of NYPD's longest-tenured civilian employee–
Meet Peter Farley, one of NYPD's longest-tenured civilian employees. Peter has worked at NYPD Headquarters since the day it opened its doors in 1973. Now, 43 years later Peter is still on the job, much to the delight of his colleagues.
Kimbo Slice vs. fighter-turned-cop Sean Gannon–
For the past decade, Sean Gannon has been restricted to desk duty because police officials say his cognitive abilities have been affected by concussions he received during his fighting career. This footage captures Gannon fighting Kimbo Slice.
FBI seeks military applicants–
The FBI hosted a Facebook live interview with two special agents who have prior military service.
Cop for a day–
This old commercial from the Baltimore Police Department gives citizens a glimpse into what officers do every day.
Succession planning for law enforcement–
In this video, Doug Wyllie discusses the value of succession planning for law enforcement leaders with Manuel Ovalle.
Problem-Oriented Policing: Where Social Work Meets Law Enforcement–
Whether you’re an officer who wears the badge or a resident who fears the badge this talk is sure to challenge your understanding of what’s possible through law enforcement. As a social worker who now runs a police agency, Derrick Jackson has a unique perspective on bridging the divide between community and the police.
NZ Police Recruitment dance Haka–
New graduates dance Haka.
La. deputy says goodbye to sheriff's office to play professional baseball–
Bossier Sheriff's Corrections officers and personnel at the Medium-Security Facility said goodbye today to Deputy Randy Zeigler, who has been recruited by a professional baseball team, the Lincoln, Neb. Saltdogs.
How art can help cops analyze–
Some officers are getting off the streets and into museums to improve techniques needed for their job.
Why cultural awareness benefits officers–
Team One Network Instructor Joe Willis talks with PoliceOne Editor in Chief Doug Wyllie about how officers need to be aware of culture.
How to help officers have longer LE careers–
Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Editor in Chief and Matt Stiehm discuss how to enable officers to have longer careers in law enforcement and offer suggestions any officer can use to fully engage and integrate into their organizations.
The power of asking "What's Important Now?" in policing–
Brian Willis discusses 'The Secret" and the power of "What's Important Now" in policing at the inaugural WINx: Inspiring Excellence in Law Enforcement event. For more information or to register for the next WINx event, visit www.experienceWINx.com.
How gender differences affect workplace dynamics in PDs–
Law enforcement expert Betsy Brantner Smith discusses some of the differences between men and women on the force and how to embrace those differences.
Okla. chief defends playful recruiting video–
Controversy over a recruiting video has been stirring in the community over the past few weeks, but while some residents said it's embarrassing, the chief stands behind it.
Police chief famous for social presence steps down amid damaging allegations–
The police chief who was known nation-wide for his far-reaching social media presence and public comebacks to Kanye West, among other stories, has stepped down as police chief -- and the department’s Facebook page, which lauded 177,000 followers, has temporarily been disabled.
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