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Back to Archives | November  2012 Contents

The November issue of Police Chief magazine focuses on police education, training, management, and leadership. What happens to agencies when chiefs retire depends greatly on the chiefs’ actions during their tenures and through the periods leading up to their exits. If agency heads have engaged in sound leadership practices and a positive direction and a sound legacy have been established, the organizational direction will not only stay on course but may actually improve. This is best accomplished through an expanded process that comprises organization-wide leadership and staff development practices. Cover photography by Kourosh Nikoui.

In Memory of Chief Richard C. Clement, 1923–2012; IACP President, 1975–1976
The Police Chief as Coach: Analogies between Sports and Effective Police Leadership
Animal Protection and Welfare Training Becomes Essential to Law Enforcement
Armenian Police Officers Receive American Training in IACP Pilot Program
Organization-Wide Leadership: Expanding the Traditional Succession Planning Model
Educating the 21st Century Cop Developing Blue Courage and Practical Wisdom
Every Gun, Every Time
The Door to Advancement in Criminal Justice Is Education, and Chiefs Are the Key: A Police Chief’s Perspective
Research in Brief: Misconduct by Experienced Police Officers
Officer Safety Corner: National Crime Information Center Violent Person File: No Routine Encounter
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