Leadership
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  On a warm Tuesday in June 2016, a group of students stood at the edge of a grassy field on the historic American Civil War battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. They were about to step onto ...
Mental Health
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The death of Michael Brown in 2014 and subsequent high-profile officer-involved shootings have prompted police departments across the United States to evaluate their use of force and deadly force poli...
Terrorism
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When preparing for a special event, law enforcement and security professionals have traditionally recognized the threat posed by large vehicles as a delivery medium for substantial explosive devices. ...
Mental Health
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A research study surveyed more than 400 city residents on their impressions of various criminal justice agencies and the service they provided. Tucked into the list of questions were a few about the r...
Leadership
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The last 30 years have seen dramatic increases in the amount of research conducted on a wide variety of U.S. law enforcement issues and concerns. From the tumultuous times experienced during the 1960s...
Technology
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Technology has given police departments the opportunity to use the same advanced technology that is helping to create Smart Cities -- adding new levels of connectivity that allow every level of govern...
Recruitment & Personnel
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Different viewpoints identify different reasons for actively and intentionally integrating minorities into the workforce. Some argue that diversity-promoting policies exist to remedy past wrongs of di...
Drugs & Alcohol
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Whether individuals work in urban, suburban, or rural communities, law enforcement officers invariably encounter the impact of drug use and mental illness. These impacts range from disruptive behavior...