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Back to Archives | January  2006 Contents

Law enforcement leaders daily need to confront several issues as far ranging as planning for a possible outbreak of avian influenza and properly equipping the patrol vehicles. Considering that many of the baby boomer chiefs will be retiring in the next few years, long-term succession planning needs to be accomplished within the pressing demands of each day. Inside read about three strategies for preparing the next generation of chiefs.
Articles
The Pandemic Influenza Plan: Implications for Local Law Enforcement
By Lee Colwell, D.P.A., Assoc. Director (Retired), FBI, and President, Pegasus Research Foundation, Little Rock, Arkansas
Leadership Tactic: Personal Strategic Planning for Professional Development
By Tracey G. Gove, M.P.A., Sergeant, West Hartford Police Department, Connecticut
Succession Planning: Mentoring Your Replacement
By Richard T. Ahlstrom, Chief of Police, Cedar Falls, Iowa
2005 IACP Awards
  • Presented at the 112 Annual IACP Conference
  • Practical Vehicle Equipment
    By Richard J. Ashton, Chief of Police (Retired), Frederick, Maryland, and Grant/Technical Management Manager, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, Virginia
    Shared Leadership: Can Empowerment Work in Police Organizations?
    By Todd Wuestewald, Chief of Police, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and Brigitte Steinheider, Ph.D., M.B.A., Director, Organizational Dynamics, University of Oklahoma– Tulsa Graduate College, Tulsa, Oklahoma
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