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Beginning in December 2004, local law enforcement agencies are required to provide police reports to victims of identity theft in compliance with the FACT Act (Public Law 108-15). The Police Chief magazine is starting a three-part series on identity theft and the police response. The January issue is discussing the identity theft problem. The February issue will discuss prevention and the March issue will discuss identity theft investigations. Cover image courtesy of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and Mullen Advertising, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Articles
Finding Resources: Addressing Prisoner Transport Costs in King County, Washington
By Julia D. Novak, Regional Vice President, Management Partners, Seattle, Washington, and Denise Turner, Chief, Technical Services Division, King County Sheriff’s Office, Seattle, Washington
Using Visual Technology for Recruitment
By Gene Ellis, Chief of Police, DeWitt, Iowa; Greg Marshall, Captain, Howard County Police Department, Ellicott City, Maryland; Chris Skinner, Lieutenant, Hillsboro, Oregon, Police Department; and Gary Smith, Chief of Police, Northfield, Minnesota
Identity Theft and the Police Response: The Problem
By Ed Dadisho, Sergeant, Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles, California
2004 IACP Awards Presented at the 111th Annual IACP Conference
Massachusetts State Police Adopt Statewide Approach to Crimes against Persons with Disabilities
Innovations in Policing: Using Technology to Enhance Officer Safety and Efficiency
By Joseph L. Schroeder, Chief of Police, and Jeff Rubenstein, Officer, Delray Beach Police Department, Delray Beach, Florida
Innovations in Policing: Geo Beat Policing in Lewiston
By William E. Welch, Chief of Police, and Michael J. Bussiere, Deputy Chief of Police, Lewiston Police Department, Lewiston, Maine
Innovations in Policing: Patrol Motivation in Crime Prevention Initiatives
By Harold O. Martin III, Chief of Police, and Barry Groesch, Officer, Yorkville Police Department, Yorkville, Illinois
Innovations in Policing : New Focus in Aurora: Crime, Quality of Life, and Traffic
By Ricky G. Bennett, Chief of Police, and Kenneth M. Murphy, Investigative Division Chief, Aurora Police Department, Aurora, Colorado
Innovations in Policing: Quality of Life Targeted Intervention Patrol
By Patrick J. Carroll, Police Commissioner, and Cosmo Costa, Lieutenant, New Rochelle Police Department, New Rochelle, New York
Innovations in Policing: Proactively Addressing Gangs Effectively
By Philip A. Broadfoot, Chief of Police, and Jerry W. Jones, Captain, Danville Police Department, Danville, Virginia
2004 Index
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   President's Message
   Chief's Counsel
   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
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   Advances & Applications
   Technology Update
   Survivors' Club
   IACP News
   From the Director
   Highway Safety Initiatives
   Line of Duty Deaths
   New Members
   Products & Services
   Product Update
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