Full list of Review results
Why Drucker’s ‘MBO’ has failed in police management (and how to fix it)–
MBO has failed in police organizations due to a focus on performance measure as the outcomes of the process, ignoring the fact that the inputs are the most valuable piece of the MBO puzzle
3 lessons from the Las Vegas police ambush about on-duty breaks–
Police officers are highly visible public figures who are vulnerable to attack any time they are out in public, regardless of what they are doing.
Why we should reconsider "Reloading!" in a gunfight–
Conditioning our students to reflexively announce that their gun has run dry in the middle of a gunfight might be a dangerous habit to be avoided, at least in certain situations
Roll Call: 2013 in Review - Part 2–
In the second segment of our two-part year-end Roll Call, Dave Smith recaps some of the biggest police news stories from 2013, including the search for and death of fugitive ex-cop Chris Dorner, the controversial Zimmerman trial, the Navy Yard shooting, the years-long stop-and-frisk debate, and an end-of year LODD update.
Roll Call: 2013 in Review - Part 1–
This week's Roll Call is is the first of a two part series wrapping up the biggest and most influential news of the year. Dave recaps gun control laws, police militarization, the body camera trend, sovereign citizens, and the Boston bombing. Keep an eye out next week for Part 2!
P1 Weekly Update for 03/15/13–
In this week's update, Betsy Brantner Smith reviews the incident in which a suspect escaped Miami-Dade police and took their cruiser, officers from New Jersey facing criticism for their off-duty rap videos, and this week's 'not today' moment.
PoliceOne top 5
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- UK police: 19 dead, roughly 50 injured after explosion at Ariana Grande concert
- 2 words that should never appear in your police report
- NYPD: Train worker refused to open gate for cop pursuing shoplifter
- Officer makes history as NYPD's first female counter-sniper