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Back to Archives | December  2004 Contents

Nearly 15,000 attendees gathered last month in Los Angeles for the 111th Annual Conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. The membership adopted 13 resolutions; a summary of the resolutions begins on page 46. Cover inset photographs by David Hathcox.
Articles
Military Involved: Whose Problem Is It?
By M. James Willis, Director, Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs, Salem, Oregon, and Oscar P. Benjamin, Special Agent, U.S. Army CID (USAR), Pennsauken, New Jersey
Law Enforcement Response to Persons with Aphasia
By Maureen A. Will, Captain, Brookfield Police Department, Brookfield, Connecticut, and Joan F. Peters, Esq., Executive Director, National Aphasia Association
Public Opinion on Reforms in Policing
By Ronald Weitzer, Professor of Sociology, and Steven A. Tuch, Professor of Sociology, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Los Angeles Hosts the 111th Annual IACP Conference
Reactions and Resilience under Fire: What an Officer Can Expect
By Audrey L. Honig, Ph.D., Director, and Steven E. Sultan, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Employee Support Services Bureau, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Monterey Park, California
Staff Inspection: A Strong Administrative Tool
By John Fuller, Curriculum Writer, Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions, Woodstock, Maryland
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