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April
29
2019
Sexual Assault Suspect Found Guilty
Our Investigators often work behind the scenes and put in many hours of casework to obtain successful filings and prosecutions. This is a nice example of some hard, collaborative work, helping lead to a guilty verdict in a multiple victim sexual assault case. Detective Guerrero is pictured with a recent Pasadena Star-News article regarding the […]
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Arcadia Police Department

Arcadia, California
April
22
2019
Finding Better Ways in the Criminal Justice System
I have said many times that Minnesota is a progressive leader in the criminal justice system. I was reminded of this earlier this month while watching a portion of BET network’s Finding Justice series. One of the documentaries in the series is entitled Cash Bail and focused on the criminal justice system in St. Louis, […]
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Rick Mathwig
Chief of Police
Roseville Police Department, Minnesota
April
15
2019
Texas Two-Step, APPD Style
We’ve deployed a new tool to help us with traffic enforcement (or, better: “to help motorists avoid getting caught up in traffic enforcement”). Think of our mobile radar trailer as another warning, aside from TxDOT’s or the City’s posted speed limits signage. APPD Step #1 Follow the speed limit signage erected by TxDOT or the […]
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Eric Blanchard
Chief of Police
Aransas Pass Police Department, Texas
April
08
2019
Have You Paid Your Entry Fees?
Rodeo participants (and their parents) know what I’m talking about when I reference entry fees. Other things have entry fees: road races, athletic competitions and other things of this nature. Today though, I am talking about life, success and the road before you, those kind of entry fees. People these days seem to be in […]
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David Westrick
Chief of Police
Hollister Police Department, California
April
01
2019
National Vietnam War Veterans Day
The Vietnam war was ongoing for the first 12 years of my life. I watched the war on the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite. That was the news source which my family followed while we were growing up. I watched the war go from black and white to “in color” as the 60’s passed […]
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Bangor Police Department
Authored by Sergeant Tim Cotton
Bangor, Maine
March
26
2019
Hatred Is the Highest Form of Contempt
Just one month after the mass shooting in our city, shots rang out again on the other side of the world and despite the distance, I could feel them here. The massacre in New Zealand was fueled by hatred, and though the circumstances were different, I can’t help but draw a parallel motive for the […]
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Kristen Ziman
Chief of Police
Aurora Police Department, Illinois
March
18
2019
Recreational Marijuana
Legalized recreational marijuana in Minnesota? Good or bad? Here are some facts to consider . . . HIDTA, The High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas program, was created by Congress with the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988 to provide assistance to Federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies operating in areas determined to be critical drug-trafficking regions of […]
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Scott Rose
Sheriff
Dodge County Sheriff's Office, Minnesota
March
11
2019
With Expanding Technology, Perpetrators of Violent Crime Are More Likely to Get Caught in KCMO
Within eight hours last week, detectives solved the murder of an innocent 71-year-old woman who was driving home from work. Had her murder occurred five years ago, it may never have been solved. Barbara Harper was driving when she was shot and killed on the Downtown Loop about 3 a.m. Jan. 17. City surveillance cameras […]
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Richard C. Smith
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
March
04
2019
Working Together with Public Works
A favor from Chief Sjolander… I just had a conversation with our Public Works Director here in town. We live and work in a small town where everybody knows one another. I remember our Public Works Director back when he was in high school and I was a rookie officer. I remember him as a […]
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Lee Sjolander
Chief of Police
Kenyon Police Department, Minnesota
February
25
2019
The Dog Blog: How Canines Help Police and Veterans
As most of you know, in December 2017 we added a new officer to our South Fayette family: Ellie Faye, the bloodhound of the South Fayette Township Police Department. The dog has been very active so far, having been certified through the National Houndsmen Association and having endured the rigorous training regimen required to become […]
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John R. Phoennik
Chief of Police
South Fayette Township Police Department, Pennsylvania
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