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Police Discipline: Part Two, The Investigation Interview

Koziol, Joseph

The internal affairs function is a three-step process. First, properly handling the complaint. Second, conducting a complete investigation interview. Third, carrying out an effective discipline. Read More

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Recruiting Techniques for Female Officers, Part 4

Dwayne Orrick

The first three parts of this series identified: 1) the skills and abilities uniquely qualifying females to serve as officers, 2) factors that inhibited their recruitment and retention, and 3) the essential components for a positive work environment. This final installment reviews recruiting strategies for identifying and recruiting female candidates. Read More

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Addressing the Workforce Crisis with Science

Steward, Kurt

Every society gets the kind of criminal it deserves. What is equally true is that every community gets the kind of law enforcement it insists on. (Robert Kennedy) Read More

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Police Discipline: Part One, the Complaint Process

Koziol, Joseph

The internal affairs function is a three-step process. First, properly handling the complaint. Second, conducting a complete investigation interview. Third, carrying out an effective discipline. Read More

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Budget and Cost Control Tips

John Bellah

With tightened budgets, fleet management is forced to do more with less. A good fleet manager must make top management aware of the needs of the fleet operation, including proper maintenance schedules. A good fleet manager also needs to understand the needs of the line officer. Read More

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