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October
06
2015
IACP Net Alert, Vol. 16, No. 10
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 October 2015 edition included information on these and other topics: Use of Force New IACP Model Policies The 2015 IACP Conference A new survey on Citizen Review […]
October
05
2015
Area-specific violence is being addressed
Some recent acts of violence have prompted inquiries about possible rashes of crime in different parts of our city. I’ve heard concern about the old Northeast and the 18th and Vine entertainment district among other areas, lately. Let me assure you that no area of the city is having an abnormal outbreak of violent crime. […]
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Darryl Forté
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
September
28
2015
Judge Orders Criminal to Stop Carrying Gun, Guess What? He Didn’t Listen
I began this blog, among other reasons, because I wanted to share with you stories which otherwise don’t get told. It stands to reason that if something has the power to shock and upset a 20-year veteran of law enforcement, then surely it must be worth sharing with the public at large. And let me […]
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Sam Dotson
Chief of Police
Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Missouri
September
25
2015
Three New IACP Model Policies Added
The IACP Law Enforcement Policy Center has published three new and updated Model Policy and Concepts & Issues Papers! IACP Net members have full access to these new and updated law enforcement policies, as well as the full archive of IACP Model Policies. Download these resources for police in the IACP Net law enforcement e-Library. […]
September
21
2015
Social Media CAN Make a Difference
I have often talked and spoken about the benefits of law enforcement using social media. I think most of us who use it, recognize what a powerful tool social media can be. Law enforcement uses social media for many reasons. We use it to check the backgrounds on our recruits; for investigations; to educate our […]
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Billy Grogan
Chief of Police
A metro Atlanta police department, Georgia
September
15
2015
IACP Net Highlights, Vol. 11, No. 5
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 September 2015 Highlights includes information on these and other topics: Understanding Legal Cases Regarding Body-Worn Cameras Internet Commerce Safe Exchange Policy A Grant to assist with […]
September
14
2015
Results of You Drink, You Drive, You Lose Campaign
The Overland Park, Kansas Police Department conducted a Labor Day – You Drink, You Drive, You Lose – S.T.E.P. Campaign from August 20th through September 7th. The principle focus was on DUI deterrence and detection in an effort to reduce alcohol related accidents. Officers also looked for speeding violations, seat restraint violations, testing violations, bicyclist […]
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Overland Park Police Department

Overland Park, Kansas
September
08
2015
Women are effective police officers
A couple of days ago I found this interesting article on the subject of women police officers and the national concern about police use of force. As you might guess, I was pretty interested in what it had to say. I also gave a report on the police department to the members of the city […]
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Doreen Olko
Director of Public Safety
Auburn Hills Department of Public Safety, Michigan
September
01
2015
IACP Net Alert, Vol. 16, No. 9
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 September 2015 edition included information on these and other topics: Grooming and Appearance The 2015 IACP Conference Information on how to share your revenue generating programs The […]
August
31
2015
Increased Police Calls Leads to Staffing Changes
Last week was very busy for the Duluth Police Department as we had some of our busiest days by call volume ever. I was listening to the police radio at my desk Thursday, Aug. 13, and calls were being dispatched nonstop. After hearing calls aired by dispatchers with no available squads, I left my desk […]
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Gordon Ramsay
Chief of Police
Duluth Police Department, Minnesota
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