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Chief Joseph G. Estey of the Hartford Police Department in White River Junction, Vermont, will be sworn in as president of the International Association of Chiefs of Police during the 111th Annual IACP Conference this month in Los Angeles. Cover photograph by Beltrami Studios in West Lebanon, New Hampshire
Integrity, Action, Justice: Leadership Committed to Ending Violence Against Women
By Carolyn Schleuter and Vinita Jethwani, IACP Research Center
The National Incident Management System
By Shawn M. Herron, Attorney, Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training, Richmond, Kentucky
Military Leave: Supporting Employees
By Judith Brown, Director of Research, International Public Management Association for Human Resources, Alexandria, Virginia
Metropolitan-Nashville Police Department Transfer Policy: Selecting Right Officers
By Mickey Miller, Assistant Chief, Metropolitan-Nashville Police Department, Nashville, Tennessee
A Chief’s Role in Prioritizing Civil Rights
By Charles A. Gruber, Chief of Police, South Barrington, Illinois, and Past President, International Association of Chiefs of Police
The Four Stress Factors Unique to Rural Patrol Revisited
By Willard M. Oliver, Associate Professor of Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, and Cecil A. “Andy” Meier, Retired Fire Fighter and Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Instructor
   President's Message
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   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
   Advances & Applications
   Technology Update
   Survivors' Club
   IACP News
   From the Director
   Highway Safety Initiatives
   Line of Duty Deaths
   New Members
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