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Back to Archives | February  2008 Contents

Since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the North American law enforcement community has seen extraordinary change. New homeland security practices, unprecedented partnerships, and the need for a more proactive posture in the protection of the United States and Canada have compelled leaders in state and provincial law enforcement agencies to examine more closely the challenges their organizations faced as a community and how they were positioned to meet these demands. Cover photos courtesy of (clockwise from top right) New Jersey State Police, Pennsylvania State Police, and Ohio State Highway Patrol (both left-hand photos).
Year of Preventing Identity Crime:
Business Schools: A New Ally in the Fight against Identity Crime

The Demands and Capacities of Protecting and Policing the Homeland
Fusion Centers: New York State Intelligence Strategy Unifies Law Enforcement
Minimizing the Nuclear Threat: A Local Law Enforcement Strategy
A Campus Plan for Natural and Man-Made Disasters
Transformational Leadership and Staff Training in the Law Enforcement Profession
   President's Message
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   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
   Advances & Applications
   Survivors' Club
   IACP News
   Highway Safety Initiatives
   Line of Duty Deaths
   New Members
   Products & Services
   Product Update

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