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Boston—America’s Walking City—is the site for the 113th Annual IACP Conference convening on Saturday, October 14, and ending on Wednesday, October 18, 2006. For inside information about the conference, see the Insider’s Guide, of this issue. Photograph of downtown Boston on the Charles River.
23rd IACP European Executive Policing Conference: Sofia, Bulgaria
College Education and Policing
By Louis Mayo, Ph.D., Executive Director, Police Association for College Education, Mineral, Virginia
The Florida Research
By Scott Cunningham, Chief of Police, Cary, North Carolina
The Chief’s Perspective: Demolishing the Recruitment Myth
By Theron Bowman, Ph.D., Chief of Police, Arlington, Texas
University Perspective: The Policing Profession in 2050
By Robert R. Friedmann, Ph.D., Professor of Criminal Justice, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
Support for College Degree Requirements: The Big Picture
By Louis Mayo, Ph.D., Executive Director, Police Association for College Education, Mineral, Virginia
Burnsville, Minnesota
By Bob Hawkins, Chief of Police, Burnsville, Minnesota
Charleston, South Carolina
By Reuben M. Greenberg, Chief of Police (Retired), Charleston, South Carolina
Dover Township, New Jersey
By Michael G. Mastronardy, Chief of Police, Dover Township, New Jersey
Multnomah County, Oregon
By Garr Nielsen, Captain, Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office, Portland, Oregon
Lakewood, Colorado
Ronald Burns, Chief of Police, Lakewood, Colorado
Redlands, California
By Jim Bueermann, Chief of Police, Redlands, California
Tulsa, Oklahoma
By David D. Been, Chief of Police, and Harry W. Stege, Chief of Police (Retired), Tulsa, Oklahoma
North Dakota Highway Patrol
By Bryan Klipfel, Colonel and Superintendent, North Dakota Highway Patrol
Gaston County, North Carolina
By William J. Farley, Chief of Police, Gaston County, North Carolina
Selected Annotated Bibliography on Performance of Officers with Bachelor’s Degrees
Measuring Professionalism of Police Officers
By Lycia Carter, Ph.D., Director of Testing and Standards, Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, D.C., and Mark Wilson, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina
Changing Profession Requires New Level of Education
By Ellen McFall, Staff Writer, Distance Learning Center, University of Wisconsin–Platteville
Distance Learning Is Practical—Even for Chiefs
By Charles E. Samarra, Chief of Police, Alexandria, Virginia
Does the Benefit Outweigh the Cost? Using Assessment Centers in Selecting Middle Managers
By Frank Hughes, Ph.D., Associate Professor, School of Criminal Justice Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan
Austin Police Department DWI Enforcement Program
By Vic White, Lieutenant, Kyran FitzGerald, Planner, and Sharon Bauer, Planner, Austin Police Department, Texas
113th Annual IACP Conference Insider's Guide
   President's Message
   Chief's Counsel
   Technology Talk
   Legislative Alert
   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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