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Miami Beach, Florida, listed by the Travel Channel in the top 10 in 2005 America's Best Beaches, is the background for the 112th Annual IACP Conference. On the cover are the tri-agencies host chiefs, Chief Donald W. DeLucca, Miami Beach Police Department, Director Robert Parker, Miami-Dade Police Department, and Chief John F. Timoney, Miami Police Department. The 112th Annual IACP Conference is being held at the Miami Beach Convention Center from September 24 through September 28, 2005. Cover photographs by Joe Cruz and Sandy Levy -- Miami. ©
Articles
Apprehending a Fugitive: A Thanksgiving to Remember
By Tim Stehr, Captain, Burbank Police Department, Burbank, California, and John Clark, Chief Inspector, U.S. Marshals Service, Los Angeles, California
Top Ten Trends: Traffic Enforcement
By Earl M. Sweeney, Assistant Commissioner, New Hampshire Department of Safety, and Chair, IACP Highway Safety Committee
Police Turnover
By Dwayne Orrick, Chief of Police, Cordele, Georgia
Pepper Spray Policy Redux
By Edward "Tad" Leach, Principal, Leach Consulting LLC, Coeur D'Alene, Idaho
112th Annual IACP Conference- Miami, Florida
Guidelines for Police Psychological Service
By the IACP Police Psychological Services Section
Sustaining Crime Prevention and Community Outreach Programs
By The IACP Crime Prevention Committee
Crime Prevention and Community Programs: I Prevent Crime: A Crime Prevention Campaign
By Lori Croy, Crime Prevention Practitioner, and Andrew J. Scott III, Chief of Police, Boca Raton, Florida
Crime Prevention and Community Programs: Western Kentucky University Crime Prevention Programs
By Robert L. Deane, Chief of Police, Western Kentucky University Police Department, Bowling Green, Kentucky
Crime Prevention and Community Programs: Drug Education for Youth
By Walter McNeil, Chief of Police, and Danielle Davis, Program Coordinator, Tallahassee, Florida, Police Department
Crime Prevention and Community Programs: Building Bridges
By H. Lloyd Perkins, Chief of Police, Village of Skaneateles, New York, and Thomas Winn, Chief of Police, Camillus, New York
Crime Prevention and Community Programs: National Police Week Activities
By Martin Dunn, Chief of Police, Jaffrey, New Hampshire
Ready or Not, Here They Come: The Millennial Generation Enters the Workforce
By James P. Henchey, Captain, Alhambra, California, Police Department
The Role of the Law Enforcement Phlebotomist
By Robert L. Ticer, Lieutenant, Arizona Department of Public Safety
Tips on Police Leadership
By John L. Gray, Chief of Police, Arlington, Washington
Written Policies for Responding to Children after a Parent or Caretaker Is Arrested
By Marilyn C. Moses, M.C.J., Social Science Analyst, and Cathy Girouard, Social Science Analyst, National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.
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