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The benefits of participating in a formal mentoring program can include better job performance, more rapid advancement, and higher job and career satisfaction, resulting in reduced turnover. Formal mentoring opportunities can be implemented at all levels within a department. New chiefs can even participate in executive-level mentoring to aid in confidence building, leadership development, and an increased likelihood of their success as chiefs.
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2007 IACP Awards
Looking Beyond the License Plate
Hoffman Estates Award Programs Recognize Traffic Enforcement
IACP Foundation Events in New Orleans Raise Funds and Awareness
State Associations of Chiefs of Police Partner to Provide Mentoring Resources for New Chiefs
Lengthening Tenure by Following Proven Principles
Guidance from a Mentor Helps Avoid the Pitfalls of Many New Police Chiefs
Institutionalizing Mentoring in Police Departments
First U.S. Statewide Crisis Management System Already Saving Lives
Procedural Due Process and the Determination of Just Cause
Year of Preventing Identity Crime: It Can Happen to Anyone—Even Chiefs
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