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Boston—America's Walking City—is the site for the 113th Annual IACP Conference, October 14-18, 2006. With a mix of colonial charm and urban sophistication, Boston is an exciting destination for IACP members. Boston's role in shaping American history is unique. The Freedom Trail, a walking tour through historic Boston, encompasses 16 of the most treasured sites in U.S. history. The Boston Police Department is hosting the 2006 conference. Photographs courtesy Boston Police Department and Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Articles
IACP South American Executive Public Safety Seminar: Fortaleza, Brazil
By Paul Santiago, Director, International Activities and Support Services, IACP
Police Pursuit and High-Speed Driving Lawsuits
By Andrew G. Cooley, Attorney at Law, and Brock Gavery, Attorney at Law, Keating Bucklin & McCormack, Inc., P.S., Seattle, Washington
A Promotional Process For The Smaller Police Agency
By David L. Kurz, Chief of Police, Durham Police Department, New Hampshire
Police Officer Recruitment: A Public-Sector Crisis
By William J. Woska, J.D., Professor, Golden Gate University, Carmel, California
Impact Of The Military Reserve Activation On Police Staffing
By Matthew J. Hickman, Ph.D., Bureau of Justice Statistics, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
Span of Control for Law Enforcement Agencies
By Troy Lane, Assistant Chief, Kansas State University Police Department, Manhattan, Kansas
113th Annual IACP Conference
Employee Disciplinary Matrix: A Search for Fairness in the Disciplinary Process
Unconstitutional Policing: The Ethical Challenges in Dealing with Noble Cause Corruption
By Thomas J. Martinelli, J.D., Adjunct Professor, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan
Psychological Principles and Practices for Superior Law Enforcement Leadership
By Laurence Miller, Ph.D., Boca Raton, Florida
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