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July
08
2019
Police Officer Hiring Processes
Earlier this month, some email threads were going around the community about the Roseville Police Department’s police officer staffing. I addressed it in an email to the City Council and now want to elaborate on that a bit. First, a history lesson may help. Since at least the 1980s, by state statue Roseville was authorized […]
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Rick Mathwig
Chief of Police
Roseville Police Department, Minnesota
July
02
2019
Congratulating Co-Workers
We, the employees of the Bangor Police Department, would like to take this opportunity to congratulate a few of our co-workers for doing good things and being noticed. Nope, none of them are cops, but they are the people who we work and interact with on a daily basis; they make Bangor a great place […]
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Bangor Police Department
Authored by Sergeant Tim Cotton
Bangor, Maine
June
24
2019
Surprise! Boy Was It . . .
So today, I had an honoring ceremony to attend for an amazing friend of mine, Bill Denton. I picked my wife up from her work and we drove to the Aransas Pass Civic Center. We walked in the back door and as is my normal fashion, I announced, “All rise!” For some reason, I always […]
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Eric Blanchard
Chief of Police
Aransas Pass Police Department, Texas
June
17
2019
The Challenge of Mental Illness
Mental Illness is one of the larger challenges that we deal with as a community. The City of Madison is fortunate enough to have a myriad of selfless individuals and qualified agencies that strive to assist those afflicted with mental illness on a daily basis. Unfortunately, despite all of these efforts, we still are not […]
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Michael Koval
Chief of Police
Madison Police Department, Wisconsin
June
10
2019
Thank You
We had another very successful Police Week last week. This year we highlighted and honored Hayfield Police Chief Doug Claassen at the SE MN Law Enforcement Memorial in Rochester. It was great to see Kathy and her family there and to honor Doug’s service and sacrifice, along with all the sacrifices that Doug’s family made […]
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Scott Rose
Sheriff
Dodge County Sheriff's Office, Minnesota
June
04
2019
Resources Needed to Address Police Mental Health
The Kansas City Missouri Police detective who took his own life in February was the fourth member of our Department to do so in as many years. His suicide was the first we discussed publicly because, as a Department, we decided it was time that we face this issue head-on. We must stop treating police […]
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Richard C. Smith
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
May
28
2019
Question: Guardians or Warriors? Answer: Yes.
On February 15, 2019 officers from the Aurora Police Department in Illinois responded to an active shooter incident at the Henry Pratt Company that left six people dead and six others injured, including five police officers. In the days and weeks that followed, my colleague and friend, Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman, spoke often about […]
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Kristen Roman
Chief of Police
Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, Police Department
May
20
2019
Self-Examine: Are You a Quality Leader?
Each of the Twelve Principles is followed by a set of questions that you need to ask yourself if you are to maintain of become an effective police leader. At the end there are a number of leadership scenarios that can be used. I’ve been in a leadership role for most of my adult life […]
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David Couper
Former Chief at Madison Police Department
Madison, WI
May
13
2019
A Gift Card Technical Support Scam
Please speak to your loved ones . . . We took a call for service today regarding a fraud where a local person went to a large chain department store in Rochester, MN and purchased $2,500 in gift cards and then provided the numbers off the cards over the phone to get their computer serviced […]
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Lee Sjolander
Chief of Police
Kenyon Police Department, Minnesota
May
06
2019
Juveniles and Facsimile Guns
With nicer weather and longer daylight hours, we see juveniles hanging out and enjoying the opportunity to get outside. While the overwhelming majority of our youth are making good choices and living up to our expectations, we do see upticks in issues related to weapons offenses, fight calls, and disturbances as spring yields to summer. […]
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Michael Koval
Chief of Police
Madison Police Department, Wisconsin
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