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January
08
2015
IACP Net Alert, Vol. 16, No. 1
IACP Net Alert is a monthly electronic newsletter sent to IACP Net members highlighting some recent additions to the exclusive law enforcement network. The January edition included information on text-to-911, free access to IACP Model Policies and Discussion Papers, the referral discount program, a survey on hybrid vehicles, recent contributors, and more. Review the January […]
January
08
2015
From Our Mailbox
Editor’s Note: Police departments should be recognized for the great work they do. Here’s a post from the Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Police Department sharing some positive feedback the department received from its residents. Every week we receive phone calls, letters and emails from residents, or others passing through Eden Prairie, thanking us for the work […]
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Eden Prairie Police Department

Eden Prairie, Minnesota
January
02
2015
Apply today for the 2015 IACP | LogIn Excellence in Victim Services Award
Recognize your Victim Services team. Let your community know that you place the needs of crime victims at the center of your public safety efforts. Apply today for the 2015 IACP | LogIn Excellence in Victim Services Award sponsored by the IACP Victim Services Committee and LogIn, producer of IACP Net. The Excellence in Victim […]
December
22
2014
Are Police Body Cameras the Answer? Or a New Problem?
If you are a person who believes that body cameras for police are the answer to improved police conduct, consider this: what are we going to do with all of this video? We have to store it and we have to release it under the Freedom of Information laws, subject to exceptions in that law […]
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Doreen Olko
Director of Public Safety
Auburn Hills Department of Public Safety, Michigan
December
19
2014
New IACP Net Member Benefit – Free Access to All IACP Model Policies!
You may have heard that the IACP Model Policies and discussion papers are going to be available to IACP members in January. More good news — IACP Net users will have complimentary access to these documents as well! Starting January 2015, ALL members of IACP Net will be able to download, free of charge, every […]
December
11
2014
Liquor Licenses Proliferate
Officer Conan Schafer has recently taken over responsibility for overseeing liquor license investigation and enforcement at the Lincoln Police Department, and liaison with licensees and the City Council on such matters. He has been working on the police department’s liquor license database, bringing everything up to date. I asked him to straighten up the addresses […]
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Tom Casady
Director of Public Safety
Lincoln Department of Public Safety, Nebraska
December
04
2014
Body-Worn Cameras
Following the police shooting of Michael Brown in Missouri, media and public attention focused on conflicting witness statements about what happened during that tragic encounter. The lack of clarity has spurred many to press for an increase in the use of body-worn video cameras by police, and our profession is responding quickly and appropriately. The […]
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Robert Vincent
Chief of Police
Gulfport Police Department, Florida
December
03
2014
Waking in Oak Creek
Not In Our Town’s new film Waking in Oak Creek (34 minutes) documents the powerful law enforcement and community response to the hate crime killings at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on August 5, 2012. After six Sikh worshippers were killed and Oak Creek Police Lieutenant Brian Murphy was shot 15 times by a white […]
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Not In Our Town
Stop Hate. Together.
Oakland, CA
November
25
2014
The Formula
What does policing need to strengthen trust and build relationships in the communities we serve? 1. We Need the Right People We need to better recruit and hire people with maturity, excellent communication skills, compassion, diverse life experience and background as well as a college education. Additionally, we need people who desire to make our […]
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Gordon Ramsay
Chief of Police
Duluth Police Department, Minnesota
November
25
2014
Statement of IACP President Richard Beary on Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
Statement of IACP President Richard Beary on Ferguson Grand Jury Decision “At this crucial time, it is imperative that law enforcement and community leaders, both in Missouri and throughout the United States, make every effort to reduce tensions and ensure a peaceful and lawful response to today’s decision. Only by working together to create a […]
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International Association of Chiefs of Police
IACP
Alexandria, Virginia
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