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August
07
2017
A Small Three Bedroom and One Bath Ranch
The small three bedroom and one bath ranch with brick steps was a mirror image of the small 1960s era homes on either side of it. The unkempt shrubs, weed infested lawn, and alligator cracks in the driveway asphalt set it apart from the others. There was an empty leash in the backyard. It was […]
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Bangor Police Department
Authored by Sergeant Tim Cotton
Bangor, Maine
July
31
2017
Remembering All of Our Victims
As we are in the midst of some of the worst gun violence our City has ever experienced, my thoughts turn to victims. We are all anxious and concerned about the brazen acts occurring citywide (“shots fired” calls are up 63% over last year’s figure/year-to-date). But innocent people have also been killed from edged weapons […]
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Michael Koval
Chief of Police
Madison Police Department, Wisconsin
July
24
2017
Final Thoughts
This is my last week at EPD. I felt it worthwhile to give you a few lasting impressions. EPD, you are rock stars. We, the leaders of this city, have asked you to do an almost impossible job; yet daily you suit up, strap on and wade into the swamp of human tragedy to solve […]
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Andrew Mills
Chief of Police
Eureka Police Department, California
July
21
2017
Deputy Chief Donald Glandon, Roseville, Michigan, Police Department
  The years of real life experience that you can access to help develop policy, procedure, seek information on trends, is very impressive. Donald Glandon, Deputy Chief of Police Roseville, Michigan, Police Department “I believe the membership fee will be offset the first time you use the service. I am not aware of any department […]
July
17
2017
Update on the Opioid Epidemic
Yesterday, a Hennepin County judge found drug dealer Beverly Burrell guilty of third-degree murder in the death of 21-year-old Max Tillitt who died of a heroin overdose on Sept. 25, 2015 in Eden Prairie. Two months ago Burrell was found guilty of third-degree murder in the 2016 death of Luke Ronnei of Chanhassen. She has […]
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Eden Prairie Police Department

Eden Prairie, Minnesota
July
17
2017
IACP Net Highlights, Vol. 13, No. 4
IACP Net Highlights is an electronic newsletter sent every other month to individuals who are not yet members of IACP Net highlighting some recent additions to our service. The July 2017 Highlights includes information on these and other topics: Training Bulletin — Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement Department Philosophy Policy Grant – Juvenile Justice Pilot […]
July
10
2017
AHPD takes action in support of the IACP One Mind Campaign
Auburn Hills Police Department is pleased to announce that we have pledged to take action in support of the One Mind Campaign, with the intent to unite local communities, public safety organizations, and mental health organizations in such a way that the three become “of one mind.” The One Mind Campaign seeks to ensure successful […]
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Doreen Olko
Director of Public Safety
Auburn Hills Department of Public Safety, Michigan
July
05
2017
Update on implementation of body-worn cameras
Last fall, the KCPD engaged in a 12-week pilot project to determine the cost and infrastructure required to implement body-worn cameras on all patrol officers. We presented the results of that project to the Board of Police Commissioners this week. I also wanted to share those results with our community. The pilot project was a […]
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David Zimmerman
Interim Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
July
05
2017
IACP Net Alert, Vol. 18, No. 7
IACP Net Alert is a monthly electronic newsletter sent to IACP Net members highlighting resources for police chiefs and recent additions to the exclusive law enforcement network. The July 2017 edition included information on these and other topics: Excited Delirium Search for Policies by Sworn Size, State New Survey: Unmanned Aircraft Systems Qualify Now for […]
June
27
2017
A Point in Time
The annual Point in Time (PIT) count is out. In Eureka, there was a 60% drop in those reporting unsheltered homelessness to the surveyors. (206 in 2017 vs. 513 in 2015) The methods used to conduct the survey are virtually the same every year: the results are as accurate as possible. Let’s remember the state […]
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Andrew Mills
Chief of Police
Eureka Police Department, California
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