Guest Editor: Paul Santiago, IACP
Effective policing presents a challenge on the international scale. In Canada, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) has created an Aboriginal Policing Bureau to support Aboriginal policing effectiveness, enhance the OPP’s relationship with First Nations communities, and assist in any response to a critical incident. The goal is to assure that officers arrive with some knowledge and competence regarding Aboriginal culture and history. Cover photography of the OPP.
Stepping out of the MI-8 United Nations helicopter in the Liquica district of Timor-Leste and seeing a long line of Timorese police officers standing at attention, and next to them United Nations p...
Police officers from around the world deploy to conflict zones to assist in promoting the rule of law and specifically to aid in the reform of dysfunctional police forces. Many of them serve as part o...
Following a tradition lasting more than a decade, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport entered 2011 as the world’s busiest airport. In 2010 alone, it welcomed about 4.5 million inter...
Policing more than 5,200 miles of border has its challenges. The greatest challenge—beyond the remoteness, the lack of infrastructure, and the sheer size of the task—is that line of demarcation dr...
Rapid advancements are under way today in the field of mobile computing in policing. The first generation of mobile data terminals has been replaced by successive generations of more capable mobile da...
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