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Back to Archives | June  2005 Contents

Police officers need information at the click of a key. However, in certain field applications too much data can be returned and often to a vehicle or handheld device with a small screen. For the average law enforcement application the essential sharing issue is how, not how much. This issue of the Police Chief focuses on the proper application of information technology for police. Cover design by TGD Communications, inset photographs courtesy of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
Articles
The Community Recruiter
By Kevin Johnson, Captain, Sacramento, California, Police Department
Law Enforcement Volunteerism:Leveraging Resources to Enhance Public Safety
By Nancy Kolb, Deputy Project Director, Volunteers in Police Service, International Association of Chiefs of Police, Alexandria, Virginia
Information Vs. Intelligence:What Police Executives Need to Know
By Lisa M. Palmieri, President, International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts, Framingham, Massachusetts
The Pathway to Success in Information Sharing:
Where the Global Justice XML Data Model Is Today

By Domingo S. Herraiz, Director, Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
Ohio Local Law Enforcement Information Sharing Network:
Policy Issues in Data Exchange

By Gary Vest, Chief of Police, Powell, Ohio, and Chair, Ohio Local Law Enforcement Information Sharing Network
Service-Oriented Architecture
By Steven E. Correll, Chairman, Global Infrastructure/Standards Working Group, and Executive Director, International Justice and Public Safety Information Sharing Network, Phoenix, Arizona
Reaching English-as-a-Second-Language Communities:
Talking with the Police

By Jones Moy, Chief of Police, and Brent Archibald, Sergeant, Monterey Park, California, Police Department
Hispanic Outreach and Intervention Team
By Steven W. Chalmers, Chief of Police, and Charles Tiffin, Ph.D., Major, Durham, North Carolina, Police Department
Latino Academy
By Thomas E. Kathman, Chief of Police, and Tim Chesser, Commander, Florence, Kentucky, Police Department
Improving and Maintaining Public Awareness and Community Teamwork
By Kenneth P. Weldon, Chief of Police; Eric Stanley, Sergeant; and Santos Hernandez, Lieutenant, El Monte, California, Police Department
Columns
   President's Message
   Chief's Counsel
   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
Departments
   Advances & Applications
   Technology Update
   Survivors' Club
   IACP News
   From the Director
   Highway Safety Initiatives
   Line of Duty Deaths
   New Members
   Products & Services
   Product Update
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