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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
January
19
2016
To stop homicides, issues from trash to school attendance need to be addressed
When a rash of homicides like we’ve experienced lately in Kansas City occurs, many ask what can be done to stop them. They’ll say homicides are rising and out of control. We recorded 109 homicides in 2015, up from a near-record low of 81 in 2014. But 2014 was an anomaly. Since we started keeping […]
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Darryl Forté
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
January
11
2016
Love (or at least get to know) Thy Neighbor
With the new year upon us comes the inevitable ritual where we consider “resolutions” to strive for in 2016. Both at work as well as at home, I am bombarded by those who are thrusting THEIR suggestions on ME for 2016, to include nonsense such as cutting down on my consumption of Kickstart(s) (Chief’s gotta […]
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Michael Koval
Chief of Police
Madison Police Department, Wisconsin
January
04
2016
PulsePoint milestone met
When we implemented PulsePoint, the remarkable application that delivers alerts to smartphones when a need for CPR exists in a public place nearby, I had hoped to reach 5,000 users within the first year. Last night, we passed the 5,000 mark–on the 82nd day following the public launch of PulsePoint in Lincoln on October 8, […]
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Tom Casady
Director of Public Safety
Lincoln Department of Public Safety, Nebraska
December
28
2015
Tis the Season
Thought – As I sit here on my couch, warm in my holiday PJ’s I cannot help but think about how lucky we are in this community. How truly lucky we are in this region, state and country. I have food in my fridge, power for the lights, gas in the truck and clean water […]
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David Westrick
Chief of Police
Hollister Police Department, California
December
21
2015
Beyond the Headlines
I keep hoping that one of these days I will turn on the morning news and see something positive about policing. National events impact many of our citizens here. They want reassurance that our use of force and interaction with those we serve are not what is happening in some areas of the country. They […]
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Gordon Ramsay
Chief of Police
Duluth Police Department, Minnesota
December
14
2015
Officers are impacted by shootings, too
We’ve seen several news reports lately of what first responders to the San Bernardino shootings experienced when confronting active shooters last week. That’s made me think about those officers and what they must be going through one week later. This was certainly a different circumstance than most officer-involved shootings. No one has questioned that they […]
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Darryl Forté
Chief of Police
Kansas City Police Department, Missouri
December
07
2015
In an instant
We are living in the age of instant, where the time involved in slapping two slices of bread and a Kraft single into a frying pan with a pat of butter seems so time consuming as to justify a product designed to speed the process. Yesterday’s big events in Lincoln–the City’s first murder of 2015, […]
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Tom Casady
Director of Public Safety
Lincoln Department of Public Safety, Nebraska
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