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2003 Subject Index



Annual IACP Conference
2002 Awards Presented at 109th Annual Conference, Jan: 42
Conference Preview, Aug: 53; Sept: 36; Oct: 59
Philadelphia Hosts the 110th Annual IACP Conference: A Law Enforcement Education and Technology Exposition, Dec: 45

Awards
2002 Awards Presented at 109th Annual Conference, Jan: 42
Proactive Policing: Strategies That Work, Jan: 20
Problem Solving Is Key for Webber Seavey Award Winners (Sara Johnson and Steve Gorecki) Jan: 52
Recognizing Innovation in the Art and Science of Criminal Investigations, Apr: 140

Chief's Counsel
Airport Security Searches: A Law Enforcement Primer (Bryan R. Lemons) Feb: 10
A Chief's Conundrums: Light Duty, ADA, FLSA (Julie A. Risher) May: 12
Code of Silence: Fact or Fiction? (Craig E. Ferrell Jr.) Nov: 9
Due Process Issues in Employment: A Brief Overview (Beverly A. Ginn) Apr: 10
Free Expression and the Public Safety Employee (Mark Newbold) Mar: 10
Miranda Revisited (Lisa A. Judge and Jeffrey D. Higginbotham) Aug: 13
Name-Clearing Hearings (L. Cary Unkelbach) July: 13
Overtime Pay for Dual Employment (John M. Collins) Jan: 12
Right to Be, Right to See: Practical Fourth Amendment Application for Law Enforcement Officers (Keith Hunsucker) Sept: 10
Supreme Court Preview: Law Enforcement Cases to Be Decided in the October 2003 Term (Carl Milazzo) Oct: 14

Communications/Mobile Data
A Picture of Safety: Deploying IP Technology to Increase
Situational Awareness (Michael F. Sellers and John T. Schaefer) Feb: 17
President's Message: Radio Spectrum and Communications Interoperability (Joe Samuels Jr.) Mar: 7
Wireless Broadband: Providing a New Solution for Today's Law Enforcement Departments (Steve Holmes and Andrew Read) July: 28
Technology Talk:
800 MHz Public Safety Interference: The Consensus Plan (Harlin R. McEwen) Sept: 19
First Responder Communication across Jurisdictional Boundaries (George Ake) July: 20
NLETS to Serve as Temporary Conduit for Fire and EMS Homeland Security Messages (Hugh Wood) June: 13

Community Policing
The CAMStat Service Delivery Initiative (Charles Wiley and Timothy Smith) Nov: 47
The Cat Eyes Program: Enlisting Community Members in the Fight against Terrorism (Donald Giannone and Robert A. Wilson) Mar: 37
Creating Community Partnerships: Enhancing the Police Department Web Site (Jim Cisar) May: 45
From the Director: Connecting with Minority Communities (Carl Peed) May: 10
Meeting the Challenge: One Neighborhood Watch at a Time (Priscilla Stegenga) Jan: 55
Proactive Policing: Strategies That Work, Jan: 20

Criminal Investigation
Collaborations: The Key to Combating Human Trafficking (Joy M. Braun) Dec: 68
Cyberstalking and Law Enforcement (J. A. Hitchcock) Dec: 16
Effective Management of Mistaken Involvement Stops (Richard J. Rappoport) May: 35
Electronic Surveillance Technology (Michael P. Clifford) July: 31
Human Trafficking: A Guide to Detecting, Investigating, and Punishing Modern-Day Slavery (Bharathi A. Venkatraman) Dec: 34
Intellectual Property Theft: Organized Crime's New Frontier (Michael George) July: 22
Recognizing Innovation in the Art and Science of Criminal Investigations, Apr: 140
Technology Talk: Onboard Crash Data Device Aids Reconstruction Efforts (David J. Mulholland) Aug: 16

Critical Incident Management
Lessons Learned from the Rodeo-Chediski Fire
(John A. Corder and Bradley G. Provost) Feb: 44
Velvet Gloves and Iron Fists: Taking the Violence Out of Major International Protests (Scott Allen) Feb: 50

Cybercrime
Child Pornography on the Internet: New Challenges Require New Ideas (Julian Fantino) Dec: 28
Cyberproofed? How to Promote Internet Safety for Children (Noel P. Catney) Apr: 28
Cyberstalking and Law Enforcement (J. A. Hitchcock) Dec: 16
The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace, Dec: 32

Drugs and Alcohol
Diversion of Prescribed Drugs (Landon S. Gibbs and J. David Haddox) June: 18
Drug Recognition Experts: A Public Safety Resource (Chuck Hayes) Oct: 103
From the Administrator: Our Nation's Best Chance for Reducing Impaired Driving (Jeffrey W. Runge) July: 10
Inhalant Abuse (Colleen M. Creighton) June: 34
President's Message: Driving while Drugged (Joseph Samuels Jr.) Jan: 6
Rave Clubs: The Kissimee Approach (Mark Weimer) Jun: 32

Ethics and Image
Ethics-Interpol Chiefs Adopt Global Standards to Combat Corruption, Jan: 26
Studying Public Perceptions of Police Grooming Standards (Paul N. Tinsley, Darryl Plecas, and Gregory S. Anderson) Nov: 42

Hate Crime
2003 Status Update: Domestic Extremism-Still a Potent Threat (Mark Pitcavage) Aug: 32
Hate Crime: A Canadian Perspective (Julian Fantino) Aug: 36

Highway Safety
Automated Red Light Cameras (D. O. "Spike" Helmick) July: 44
Curb Illegal Street Racing (Patrick J. Lowery Jr.) Sept: 51
Drug Recognition Experts: A Public Safety Resource (Chuck Hayes) Oct: 103
Effective Management of Mistaken Involvement Stops (Richard J. Rappoport) May: 35
From the Administrator:
Complete Traffic Stops (Otis Cox) Sept: 15
Our Nation's Best Chance for Reducing Impaired Driving (Jeffrey W. Runge) July: 10
From the Director: Law Enforcement Call to Action to Reduce Traffic Crashes (Jeffrey W. Runge) Apr: 13
Highway Safety Initiatives:
Good News from NHTSA: Seat Belt Use Is Up (Joel Bolton) May: 70
Impaired Driving Studies Show Gains, but More Work Is Needed (Joel Bolton) Feb: 70
An Integrated Traffic Plan Is the Key to Success (Patricia Goven (Cahill)) Aug: 98
License Plate Program Recognizes Valuable Contributions (Richard J. Ashton) Jan: 70
National Chiefs Challenge 2002 Award Winners Announced (Patricia Cahill) Sept: 61
November Safety Belt Mobilization: Show Some Restraint! (Patricia Cahill) Nov: 62
Partners for Child Passenger Safety (Joel Bolton) Mar: 82
Steps You Can Take to Fight Impaired Driving (Joel Bolton) July: 70
Task Force Enlists Community Help to Reduce Impaired Driving (Joel Bolton) Apr: 162
Traffic Safety Tidbits (Patricia Cahill) Oct: 161
LESS Wants More Safety for Traffic Officers (Richard J. Ashton) July: 53
President's Message: Driving while Drugged (Joseph Samuels Jr.) Jan: 6
Reduce Traffic Collisions by Targeting Unlicensed Drivers (Terry Holderness) Sept: 47
Senior Safety on the Road (Joe Farrow) July: 50
Technology Talk: Public Safety Support for Intelligent
Transportation Systems (Harlin R. McEwen and K. Craig Allred) Feb: 12
Traffic Stops: Neglect Them at Your Peril (Earl M. Sweeney) July: 38

Human Trafficking
Collaborations: The Key to Combating Human Trafficking (Joy M. Braun) Dec: 68
Human Trafficking: A Guide to Detecting, Investigating, and Punishing Modern-Day Slavery (Bharathi A. Venkatraman) Dec: 34

IACP Initiatives
Homeland Security Preparedness Survey (IACP Patrol and Tactical Operations Committee) Aug: 19
IACP 2003 National Policy Summit: DNA Evidence: Enhancing Law Enforcement's Impact from Crime Scene to Courtroom and Beyond (Brian Murphy and Ryan Palmer) June: 14
IACP Counterterrorism Activities, Mar: 40
The IACP Information Integration Planning Model (Albert Arena) Nov: 29
Recognizing Innovation in the Art and Science of Criminal Investigations, Apr: 140
Tribute to Slain Officers, May: 25
Twentieth European Executive Policing Conference in Riga, Latvia (Paul E. Santiago) Jul: 26
Volunteers in Police Service: An IACP Program, Aug: 26

Intelligence
Connecting the Dots: Data Mining and Predictive Analytics in Law Enforcement and Intelligence Analysis (Colleen McCue and Andre' Parker) Oct: 115
The FBI's Intelligence Capability, Nov: 17
A Foundation for Information Sharing (Kurt F. Schmid) Nov: 18
The IACP Information Integration Planning Model (Albert Arena) Nov: 29
LEIN: The Iowa Law Enforcement Intelligence Network (Russell M. Porter) Nov: 21
The Matrix Project, Nov: 20
The National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan, Nov: 15
Overcoming Information Sharing Obstacles and Complexity (J├╝ris Kelley and Diana Abrials) Nov: 24
Preventing Terrorism: The Intelligence Dimension (David Cid) Mar: 30
The Sexual Crimes Clearinghouse: Linking Intelligence Information (Halli Gomez) Mar: 45

International Policing
Cross-Atlantic Law Enforcement Cooperation: What Police Chiefs Should Know about Europol (Manfred Seitner) Oct: 125
New Jersey Police Chiefs Association Reaches Out for Global Perspective (Mitchell C. Sklar) Feb: 57
Policing Reform in Northern Ireland (Thomas Constantine) Oct: 40
President's Message: International Initiative (Joe Samuels Jr.) Aug: 4
Velvet Gloves and Iron Fists: Taking the Violence Out of Major International Protests (Scott Allen) Feb: 50

Juvenile Issues
Cyberproofed? How to Promote Internet Safety for Children (Noel P. Catney) Apr: 28
Inhalant Abuse (Colleen M. Creighton) June: 34
Rave Clubs: The Kissimee Approach (Mark Weimer) June: 32

Leadership
The Dow Jones Average: An Observation Concerning Police Focus (Philip C. Turner) Mar: 64
Enhancing Public Trust: It's an Issue of Character and Leadership (Stephen R. Covey and Michael J. Nila) Apr: 128
Five Steps to Building Commitment for Change (Merle Switzer) Oct: 54
For the Veteran Officers: Leadership, Ethics, and Wellness Training (Randolph D. James) Oct: 36
People-Oriented Leadership (Donald Grinder) Oct: 30
Twelve Steps to Getting the Most Out of Your Employees (Steven J. Sarver) Oct: 46
A View from the Troops: Who Runs Your Agency-You, or Your Ego? (Stephen F. Garst) Aug: 79

Legislative Alert
108th Congress Convenes; Appropriations Bill Is Top Priority (Jennifer Boyter) Feb: 8
Administration Unveils Transportation Reauthorization Proposal (Jennifer Boyter) June: 9
Attorney General Ashcroft Defends Patriot Act (Jennifer Boyter) Sept: 17
Congress Approves Appropriations Legislation for 2003; Byrne Funding Restored (Jennifer Boyter) Apr: 8
Homeland Security Department Reorganized (Jennifer Boyter) Oct: 13
House Begins Consideration of C-J-S Appropriations Bill; Bill Slashes Funding for the COPS Office (Jennifer Boyter) Aug: 11
House Passes DNA Evidence Bill, Dec: 8
President Bush Releases 2004 Budget Proposal (Gene R. Voegtlin and Jennifer Boyter) Mar: 9
President Bush Signs Supplemental Appropriations Bill with First Responder Funding (Gene R. Voegtlin and Jennifer Boyter) May: 8
President Signs Bill Creating Department of Homeland Security (Jennifer Boyter) Jan: 10
Subcommittee Approves Victims' Rights Amendment
(Jennifer Boyter) July: 8

Management
Citizen Oversight of Law Enforcement: Challenge and
Opportunity (Joe Farrow and Trac Pham) Oct: 22
An Employee Disciplinary System That Makes Sense (Ronal W. Serpas, Joseph W. Olson, and Brian D. Jones) Sept: 22
Justifying Police Budgets in a Sluggish Economy (W. Dwayne Orrick) Aug: 21
A New Police Facility: Demystifying the Design and Construction Process (Timothy J. DeBuse) May: 32
Police Personalities: Understanding and Managing the Problem Officer (Laurence Miller) May: 53
A View from the Troops: Who Runs Your Agency-You, or Your Ego? (Stephen F. Garst) Aug: 79

Occupant Protection
From the Administrator: Increasing Safety Belt Use: A
National Priority (Jeffrey W. Runge) Dec: 12
Highway Safety Initiatives:
Good News from NHTSA: Seat Belt Use Is Up (Joel Bolton) May: 70
Partners for Child Passenger Safety (Joel Bolton) Mar: 82
November Safety Belt Mobilization: Show Some Restraint! (Patricia Cahill) Nov: 62

Partnerships
President's Message:
Building Partnerships between Private-Sector Security and Public-Sector Police (Joe Samuels Jr.) Sept: 8
Strengthening the Relationship with Our Federal Partners (Joe Samuels Jr.) Apr: 6

Personnel
Chief's Counsel:
A Chief's Conundrums: Light Duty, ADA, FLSA (Julie A. Risher) May: 12
Code of Silence: Fact or Fiction? (Craig E. Ferrell Jr.) Nov: 9
Due Process Issues in Employment: A Brief Overview
(Beverly A. Ginn) Apr: 10
Free Expression and the Public Safety Employee (Mark Newbold) Mar: 10
Name-Clearing Hearings (L. Cary Unkelbach) July: 13
Overtime Pay for Dual Employment (John M. Collins) Jan: 12
Civilian Career Advancement: The Pasadena Police Department Model (Mary L. Schander) Jan: 57
An Employee Disciplinary System That Makes Sense (Ronal W. Serpas, Joseph W. Olson, and Brian D. Jones) Sept: 22
How to Reduce the Potential of Workplace Violence (Dick Grimes) Sept: 32
LAPD Bureau Psychologists Hit the Streets (Christopher Gelber) Sept: 29
Police Officer Truthfulness and the Brady Decision (Jeff Noble) Oct: 92
Police Personalities: Understanding and Managing the Problem Officer (Laurence Miller) May: 53
Preparing Families for the Hazards of Police Work (Sam Torres, David L. Maggard Jr., and Christine Torres) Oct: 108
Studying Public Perceptions of Police Grooming Standards (Paul N. Tinsley, Darryl Plecas, and Gregory S. Anderson) Nov: 42
Twelve Steps to Getting the Most Out of Your Employees (Steven J. Sarver) Oct: 46

Police Week
Law Enforcement Museum to Tell Stories behind Names (Craig W. Floyd) May: 19
President's Message: Honoring Our Fallen Officers (Joe Samuels Jr.) May: 6

President's Message
Building Partnerships between Private-Sector Security and Public-Sector Police (Joe Samuels Jr.) Sept: 8
Driving while Drugged (Joe Samuels Jr.) Jan: 6
Global Leadership in Policing (Joseph M. Polisar) Nov: 6
Honoring Our Fallen Officers (Joe Samuels Jr.) May: 6
The IACP Foundation (Joe Samuels Jr.) June: 6
International Initiative (Joe Samuels Jr.) Aug: 4
Legislative Activities (Joe Samuels Jr.) Feb: 6
The National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (Joe Samuels Jr.) July: 6
Radio Spectrum and Communications Interoperability (Joe Samuels Jr.) Mar: 7
Strengthening the Relationship with Our Federal Partners (Joe Samuels Jr.) Apr: 6
The Year in Review (Joe Samuels Jr.) Oct: 8

School Safety
High-Tech Crisis Plans: Tools for School Safety (Tom Sanchez) Apr: 18
Partnership Program Targets Bullying, Intimidation, and
Harassment (James W. McMahon) Apr: 24

Soft Body Armor
Survivors' Club (Anna Knight and Ron McBride) Jan: 69; Feb: 69; Mar 76; Apr: 161; June: 62; July: 68; Aug: 97; Sept: 62; Oct: 162; Nov: 60, Dec: 78
Survivors' Club Update: Body Armor-Stopping a Range of Threats (Anna Knight and Ron McBride) May: 26

Technology
Automated Red Light Cameras (D. O. "Spike" Helmick) July: 44
The CAMStat Service Delivery Initiative (Charles Wiley and Timothy Smith) Nov: 47
Creating Community Partnerships: Enhancing the Police
Department Web Site (Jim Cisar) May: 45
Cyberproofed? How to Promote Internet Safety for Children (Noel P. Catney) Apr: 28
Electronic Surveillance Technology (Michael P. Clifford) July: 31
GIS Technology and Command/Control Optimization (William Veal) June: 41
High-Tech Crisis Plans: Tools for School Safety (Tom Sanchez) Apr: 18
High-Tech Solutions to Police Problems, Feb: 32
Network Security: Safeguarding Systems against the Latest Threats (Eric Moore) Feb: 23
A Picture of Safety: Deploying IP Technology to Increase
Situational Awareness (Michael F. Sellers and John T. Schaefer) Feb: 17
Technology Talk:
800 MHz Public Safety Interference: The Consensus Plan (Harlin R. McEwen) Sept: 19
First Responder Communication across Jurisdictional Boundaries (George Ake) July: 20
The Light at the End of the Tunnel (Thomas P. Dugan) Mar: 14
NLETS to Serve as Temporary Conduit for Fire and EMS Homeland Security Messages (Hugh Wood) June: 13
NTTC Initiative Meeting the Technological Needs of
Emergency Responders (Steven Infanti and Robert Reid) Oct: 19
Onboard Crash Data Device Aids Reconstruction Efforts (David J. Mulholland) Aug: 16
Project Management in Your Integrated Justice Efforts
(Jennifer Hicks) Jan: 16
Public Safety Support for Intelligent Transportation Systems (Harlin R. McEwen and K. Craig Allred) Feb: 12
Study Group Workshops Bring IT Industry and Law
Enforcement Together (Marcus C. Thomas) Apr: 14
www.iacptechnology.org: Your Source for Law Enforcement IT Guidance (G. Matthew Snyder) May: 14
Wireless Broadband: Providing a New Solution for Today's Law Enforcement Departments (Steve Holmes and Andrew Read) July: 28

Terrorism
2003 Status Update: Domestic Extremism-Still a Potent Threat (Mark Pitcavage) Aug: 32
The Cat Eyes Program: Enlisting Community Members in the Fight against Terrorism (Donald Giannone and Robert A. Wilson) Mar: 37
From the Director: Teamwork Is Our Future (Robert S. Mueller III) Jan: 8
A Guide to Selected Weapons of Mass Destruction (Daniel R. Symonds) Mar: 19
Homeland Security Preparedness Survey (IACP Patrol and Tactical Operations Committee) Aug: 19
IACP Counterterrorism Activities, Mar: 40
ODP Seeks Homeland Security Executives for New Graduate Degree Program (Lois Pilant) Oct: 84
Preventing Terrorism: The Intelligence Dimension (David Cid) Mar: 30
Securing Our Skies: Rebuilding the Federal Air Mrshal Service (Jim Bauer and Dave Knowlton) June: 48

Training
ATF's National Firearms Examiner Academy: Training
Apprentice Examiners from across the Country (Diana Abrials) Aug: 83
Effective Management of Mistaken Involvement Stops (Richard J. Rappoport) May: 35
For the Veteran Officers: Leadership, Ethics, and Wellness Training (Randolph D. James) Oct: 36
From the Director: Training as an Agent of Change (Connie L. Patrick) Mar: 12
ODP Seeks Homeland Security Executives for New Graduate Degree Program (Lois Pilant) Oct: 84
Submission Recognition (Ed Flosi) Apr: 142

Victim Services
How Police Departments Can Benefit from Referral to
Community Mediation Programs (Craig Coletta) Aug: 79
Improving Access to Services for Persons with Limited
English Proficiency (Ralph F. Boyd Jr.) Apr: 134
Law Enforcement Chaplaincy in Sonoma County (Michael A. Dunbaugh) Nov: 40
Police Approaches That Improve the Response to People with Mental Illnesses: A Focus on Victims (Melissa Reuland and Gary J. Margolis) Nov: 35

Violence against Women
Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: A Message from Diane M. Stuart (Diane M. Stuart) Mar: 44
The Sexual Crimes Clearinghouse: Linking Intelligence
Information (Halli Gomez) Mar: 45

Volunteers
One Department's Volunteer Experience: Learning from the Eugene Police Department (Carrie Chouinard) Aug: 26
Volunteers in Police Service: An IACP Program, Aug: 26

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