Guest Editor: Carl Maupin
Leadership is multifaceted and goes far beyond a title or a role. It involves setting an example and modeling service and ethical policing; it means facing challenges head on and finding solutions; and it means constantly striving to provide the best possible quality of life for both the community and your officers. Law enforcement leaders around the world are treading different paths to achieve these goals and are finding solutions ranging from servant leadership to advocacy, among other avenues, as they lead their agencies forward.
The business world has used some successful techniques in recent years to deal with the same problems law enforcement has for many different issues. If law enforcement leadership can embrace some of t...
Policing in Scotland has evolved over the last five years. Prior to April 2013, there were 10 police bodies providing services across different regions of Scotland. These were different organizations ...
Traditional leadership is a well-known leadership style within law enforcement and has been examined in depth in several studies. Although traditional leadership has its benefits, situational leaders...
For Chief Patrick Flannelly of Lafayette, Indiana, his first experience with advocacy had an unexpected start. In 2013, he was attending a conference when a state legislator came to the front of th...
In a world where snipers emerge from the top of buildings to kill innocent people and drivers insist on driving while using smartphones or while under the influence of alcohol and drugs, which often r...
The origin of the insignia provides a cohesive framework through which the IACP’s history can be viewed. Throughout the historical account that follows, the power of this symbol emerges as a means o...
The following awards were presented to recipients during the 2017 IACP Annual Conference and Exposition....
Congratulations to IACP Life Members—Class of 2017. These individuals are to be commended for 20 years of active membership....
- President’s Message: Leading the Way to a Culture of Safety
- Legislative Alert: Chief David Rausch Testifies on Worldwide Threats and Keeping Communities Secure in the New Age of Terror
- Officer Safety Corner: Building a Successful Police Fitness Program
- Research in Brief: The Untapped Potential of First-Line Supervisors
- Chief’s Counsel: Public’s Right to Video-Record Police Should Be Set in Policy
- Product Feature: Education and Training Prepares Officers for an Uncertain World
- Technology Talk: Evaluating Use-of-Force Training Systems
- Traffic Safety Initiatives: The Importance of Occupant Protection
- IACP Working For You: Framing Law Enforcement’s Role in Supporting Positive Justice Change
- The Dispatch: January 2018
- Line of Duty Deaths: 11/16/2017–12/18/2017
- New Members—January 2018
- Product Update—January 2018
- Index to Advertisers: January 2018