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May
26
2015
What’s in a Name?
During his sermon Sunday morning, Reverend Gary McCann talked about names. Quite simply, the name given to us at birth that we’ve spent our lives growing into. The name we answer to when called upon and what has become the core of our identity. Reverend Gary talked about how we are much more than the […]
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Kristen Ziman
Commander
Aurora Police Department, Illinois
May
26
2015
2015 National Sheriffs’ Association Annual Conference and Exhibition
IACP Net will be exhibiting at the 2015 National Sheriffs’ Association Annual Conference and Exhibition on June 29-30, 2015. Stop on by Booth #917 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Learn more about IACP Net through a free demonstration, pick up a complimentary desk calendar, and get in on the drawing! We look […]
May
18
2015
‘The Trooper’ Monument is Unveiled!
Exciting things are happening in our agency! We recently dedicated the new Academy facility and a few weeks later unveiled the bronze trooper statue that sits at the focal point of our compound. It was an amazing way to kick off Police Memorial Week and I wanted to share my remarks with those who were […]
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Rodney Brewer
Commissioner
Kentucky State Police
May
15
2015
IACP Net Highlights, Vol. 11, No. 3
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 May 2015 Highlights includes information on these and other topics: Policy on Domestic Violence by Police Employees A Probationary Sergeant Training Manual A Grant for Body-Worn […]
May
13
2015
Mankato Police Explore Issues Involving Body-Worn Cameras
IACP NET CASE STUDY Issue: Body-Worn Cameras Located on the Minnesota River, Mankato is a city of contrasts – a rural college town not far from Minneapolis, with some big-city amenities including nationally touring concerts and theater productions. The city has a population of 40,119 but a contiguous population area of 96,740. More than 1.6 […]
May
11
2015
The Challenges of Dealing With the Mentally Ill
One of the bigger challenges we have is dealing with the mentally ill. It has become a commonplace call for our officers. People in a mental health crisis are often combative, frightened and can be frightening. Yesterday I was reviewing incidents of force use as we do here to look for policy compliance, need for […]
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Doreen Olko
Director of Public Safety
Auburn Hills Department of Public Safety, Michigan
May
05
2015
IACP Net Alert, Vol. 16, No. 5
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 May 2015 edition included information on these and other topics: Field Training / New Supervisors Site & FAST Search Enhancement The Referral Discount Program Memorial Day Hours […]
May
01
2015
We’re Making Changes to Enhance Community Trust and Officers’ Well-Being
Whenever unrest between police and residents breaks out in other cities, our local media often ask me to comment about it. I don’t do that because I don’t want to lose my focus on improving trust here in Kansas City. That said, I certainly am not oblivious to what is happening with police in other […]
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Darryl Forté
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
April
28
2015
What People Want From Police Departments
By Mike Maciag A recent survey shows how Americans feel about the job police are doing and how they can improve. Tensions between police and the citizens they serve continue to concern Americans, as illustrated in the latest incident resulting in riots in Baltimore Monday. Perceptions of police loom as a key consideration as agencies […]
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Governing Magazine
The States and Localities
Washington, DC
April
17
2015
Demands on Police Continue to Grow
Last month, I wrote about the perception of crime versus the reality and how our homicides, robberies, burglaries and car thefts are down from years past. This month I want to acknowledge that while the most visible, serious crimes are down, quality-of-life issues and general demands for police continue to rise. The number of officers […]
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Gordon Ramsay
Chief of Police
Duluth Police Department, Minnesota
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