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March
28
2016
The Cost
I read a creative poem on another website this weekend and it struck a nerve so I want to share it with you all. I have to be honest, I am ignorant of poetry would not have known to call it a poem had I not read the author’s description. It is a powerful piece, […]
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Craig Schwartz
Captain
Santa Rosa Police Department, California
March
21
2016
Time of offense
I made a chart last night of the day and time of the most recent 5,000 suspended driving cases handled by the Lincoln Police Department: You can click on the chart for the full size image, which is easier to read. The rows are days of the week, Sunday at the top, Saturday at the […]
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Tom Casady
Director of Public Safety
Lincoln Department of Public Safety, Nebraska
March
14
2016
Interesting Call Today
When I am in my office I keep the police radio on all the time. I like to listen to the calls as they are dispatched and the activity of the officers. Today we had an interesting call. A person called to let us know that in a business parking lot they had observed a […]
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Doreen Olko
Director of Public Safety
Auburn Hills Department of Public Safety, Michigan
March
07
2016
Not In Our Town
Misunderstanding and hate tend to feed each other. Too often, the hate then leads to violence. With that reality in mind, there is an organization that exists to break the cycle of misunderstanding and hate and, as a consequence, foster safer and more peaceful communities. The group’s mission goes hand in hand with the community […]
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Not In Our Town
Stop Hate. Together.
Oakland, CA
February
29
2016
Officer Use of Force Incidents: Social Media Use Before & After
Over the last several years, officer use of force incidents have become the center of attention across the United States. With the widespread use and availability of video, hardly a day goes by that a police use of force incident is released to the public. Video recorded on cell phones has become the norm and […]
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Billy Grogan
Chief of Police
A metro Atlanta police department, Georgia
February
22
2016
10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Chief (well maybe)
I wanted to give you some insight, to understand maybe why I do some of the things I do in the community and in my life. 1. I wanted to be a pastor – When I was younger I thought my life path would guide me to be a pastor/minister. I had two Youth Pastor’s, […]
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David Westrick
Chief of Police
Hollister Police Department, California
February
16
2016
KC NoVA continues to make impact on violent crime
Because our homicide statistics returned to “normal” in 2015 after a 42-year low in 2014, many have said that whatever we’re doing must not be working. There were 110 people killed in Kansas City last year. While we couldn’t possibly have prevented every one of them, we have worked diligently to stop those who are […]
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Darryl Forté
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
February
08
2016
Weekly Tip – What to Do If Involved in a Crash
Traffic collisions can be stressful and confusing. Take the time to be prepared ahead of time so that collecting information accurately and completely will be easy. Check with your insurance agent or a local body shop, sometimes they will supply you with a pre-printed check list that you can keep in your glove box. Another […]
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Arcadia Police Department

Arcadia, California
February
01
2016
IRS Scams in Eden Prairie
Consider this situation: your phone rings and the caller ID says “911.” The caller introduces himself as an Eden Prairie Police Officer and says that you owe taxes to the IRS. The caller goes on to say that if you don’t pay the money, he will come to your house and arrest you. What would […]
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Eden Prairie Police Department

Eden Prairie, Minnesota
January
26
2016
Technology and Violence Against Women Series – Sexting
In this blog series, we are examining the impact of technology on violence against women crimes, as identified by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) Safety Net Project. In the coming weeks, the IACP Violence Against Women team will focus on Email and Online Evidence Collection, Posting Content Online, and Spyware and Safety. […]
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International Association of Chiefs of Police
IACP
Alexandria, Virginia
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