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Back to Archives | March  2010 Contents

Cover photograph is a current surveillance van. A significant change since the 17th Annual IACP Conference, May 10–13, 1910, when Chief Beach of Waterbury, Connecticut, stated “All of these machines are being used more or less in quite a few of the police departments in this country [USA], and I venture to predict that the day is not far distant when no police department will be considered up-to-date without automobile service.”
Thoughts on Launching a Police Foundation
One Department’s Experience: CALEA Accreditation
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement: Combating Bulk Cash Smuggling
Cyberterrorism Attacks on Police Departments
SAFE Driving—The Role of the Chief
Digital Multimedia Evidence Processing Laboratory -Training
A Guide for Optimizing Organizational Efficiencies: Efficiency-Led Management
Combating Impaired Driving
Vehicles & Accessories
   President's Message
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   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
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