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December
10
2018
Government Alliance on Race and Equity: Project #1
Earlier this year, I wrote about the City of Roseville’s participation in the Government Alliance on Race and Equity (GARE). The Police Department has been an active member of Roseville’s team and we directly helped facilitate city discussion on a current project. The Roseville City Council asked Public Works Director Marc Culver for a report […]
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Rick Mathwig
Chief of Police
Roseville Police Department, Minnesota
December
04
2018
Campus Notifications: Confusion & Consternation
One of the most visible yet most misunderstood campus safety measures that UWPD facilitates is the issuance of timely warnings and emergency alerts. Required under the federal Clery Act, timely warnings and emergency alerts (we call themCrime Warnings and WiscAlerts on our campus) are intended to alert our campus community members when specific crimes have […]
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Kristen Roman
Chief of Police
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Police Department
November
27
2018
Just Being There
The early onset of darkness over the greatest state in the nation puts me to bed earlier than I would like. There was that time in life where staying up late was, for some reason, an honor. Now it’s stupid. If I had just taken advantage of all those naps my mother said were good […]
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Bangor Police Department
Authored by Sergeant Tim Cotton
Bangor, Maine
November
19
2018
Giving Our All to Get a Triple Murderer Into Custody ASAP
We have been working diligently to combat violent crime in our city. What happened on Sunday morning was the epitome of senseless violence: in the course of about an hour, one suspect killed three people in three different places and shot two more in South Kansas City and Raytown. A 4-year-old child was among the […]
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Richard C. Smith
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
November
13
2018
Why Does Our Deputy Park and Sit During His Shift – Why Aren’t They Out Patrolling?
I’ve heard this question a few times this past month while visiting with area city councils about their law enforcement coverage. It’s a fair question . . . When I worked patrol I would make my rounds in whatever town I was working in, respond to calls, get information from citizens about problem neighborhoods or […]
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Scott Rose
Sheriff
Dodge County Sheriff's Office, Minnesota
November
05
2018
Do What You Have to Do
For the past two years, I have been pursuing a second Master’s Degree from the Naval Postgraduate School Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS). I pursued this degree so I could be a better chief for my department and become more educated on homeland security issues in order to keep our city safer. When […]
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Kristen Ziman
Chief of Police
Aurora Police Department, Illinois
October
29
2018
Red Ribbon Week 2018
Red Ribbon Week runs October 23rd-31st, 2018. Red Ribbon Week began in remembrance of DEA Agent Enrique Camarena who was kidnapped and murdered in Mexico in 1985. Agent Camarena had been working undercover for the DEA and was key in developing information that led to the eradication of large-scale narcotics manufacturing operations in Mexico. Mexican […]
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Arcadia Police Department

Arcadia, California
October
22
2018
Crime Reduction Efforts
In 2016, Kansas recorded the most homicides in our states history, causing many of us in the criminal justice system to be deeply concerned. In 2017, Topeka, with a population of 127,000 reported 30 homicides, an all-time high for our state’s capitol. Tulsa, Oklahoma, a city close in population size to Wichita, reported a record […]
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Gordon Ramsay
Chief of Police
Wichita Police Department, Kansas
October
15
2018
Tattoos at RPD
You may have already noticed officers sporting visible tattoos on their arms as we authorized them as of September 1. The U.S. culture is ever changing and law enforcement needs to adapt with it. It seems nearly everyone from 18 to 40 years old is sporting a tattoo of some sort. The people we hire […]
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Rick Mathwig
Chief of Police
Roseville Police Department, Minnesota
October
09
2018
Low Crime and Respect for Property
Factual Post Alert (FPA)—not to be confused with the news alerts, updates, bulletins, and social media posts which most of us depend on to keep ourselves informed. Maine’s violent crime rate is holding steady at the bottom of the list of all 50 states. The bottom being the optimum spot in this case. PS. Vermont […]
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Bangor Police Department
Authored by Sergeant Tim Cotton
Bangor, Maine
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