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Back to Archives | September  2012 Contents

Poor morale issues severely damage an agency, cost untold expenses, and hurt its ability to provide effective service to the community. The September issue of Police Chief magazine examines how morale can be improved in addition to broaching the timely topics of training for large-scale events, incorporating video reporting into law enforcement activities, and linking firearms trace data with state fusion centers.

Articles
Recognizing the True Cost of Low Morale
Reinventing the Police Report for the 21st Century: Are Video Police Reports the Answer?
Training for the NATO Summit: The Chicago Model
The ATF’s iTrafficking Program: Linking Firearms Trace Data with State Fusion Centers
Research in Brief: Officer-Involved Domestic Violence
Officer Safety Corner: Explosive Materials and Officer Safety
From the Acting Director: ATF: Combating Violent Crime
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