Law and Order

Oct 2014 Issue
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Over-Militarization ...

By McBride, JT

Media surprised by a military-type response?
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Cowardly Discipline,...

By Steve Albrecht

Fear holds back many leaders from making good decisions and doing the right things. T...
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John Jay College of ...

By Stephenie Slahor

The world-famous John Jay College of Criminal Justice has a wide variety of Bachelor’...
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The Benefits of Cont...

By Keane, Patrick J.

Training members of a specialty team is a challenge. An outside certification reduces...
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Make a Call, Make a ...

By Parry, Clyde

Here is a detailed, how-to example of how one police agency created a successful crim...
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Benefits of Task For...

By Law and Order Staff

Find out what drives the crime rate in your area. Join a task force for that type of ...
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Centralized, Unified...

By Roger Blaxall

A single Police Scotland department was formed a year ago. This has created challenge...
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Why Progressive Disc...

By Randy Means, Zavitz, Paul

Our systems fail to correct some people then often fail to off-load them. Progressive...
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The Shield: S&W’s S...

By Steve Tracy

The new Shield is a slimmed-down M&P that hits the game-winning home run. The M&P Shi...
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Welcome to Orlando a...

By Jennifer Gavigan

Welcome to Orlando and IACP 2014!
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The 2014 Guide to Gr...

By Stephenie Slahor

Whether city, county, state or tribal law enforcement, the fact remains that grants c...
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New Warning Equipmen...

By Law and Order Staff

For 2014, Code 3 is introducing six emergency warning products: XCEL Siren; Solex, Tr...
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Shop with a Cop

By Wellington, Lisa

Quite often, a child’s initial interactions with law enforcement officers are not und...
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Physical Readiness T...

By Smith, Jay, Spottswood, Phillip

Law enforcement has long relied on physical testing as a selection tool and for admit...
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Over-Militarization is Old News

McBride, JT

Media surprised by a military-type response? Read More

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Cowardly Discipline, Part 1

Steve Albrecht

Fear holds back many leaders from making good decisions and doing the right things. This checklist of tips will help. Read More

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John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Stephenie Slahor

The world-famous John Jay College of Criminal Justice has a wide variety of Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree programs. In addition, there are various one-day and three-day courses in such topics as anti-terrorism and civil and criminal evidence standards. Read More

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Why Progressive Discipline Systems Often Fail

Randy Means, Zavitz, Paul

Our systems fail to correct some people then often fail to off-load them. Progressive discipline isn’t applied properly and their performances aren’t evaluated as unsatisfactory in periodic performance appraisals. Read More

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The Shield: S&W’s Slim Military & Police Pistol

Steve Tracy

The new Shield is a slimmed-down M&P that hits the game-winning home run. The M&P Shield joins the growing list of single stack pistols available in either 9mm or 40 S&W. Read More

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Welcome to Orlando and IACP 2014!

Jennifer Gavigan

Welcome to Orlando and IACP 2014! Read More

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The 2014 Guide to Grant Writing

Stephenie Slahor

Whether city, county, state or tribal law enforcement, the fact remains that grants can provide a useful source of funds when the budgets are tight but projects are worthy. Public and private grant funding can help finance all or part of a program, training, or equipment, but competition is high for those funds. Read More

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The Benefits of Contracting for Specialty Team Training

Keane, Patrick J.

Training members of a specialty team is a challenge. An outside certification reduces liability, while non-certified in-house training sets the department up for a successful failure to train or negligent entrustment suit. You must be training to best practices standards. Read More

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Make a Call, Make a Difference

Parry, Clyde

Here is a detailed, how-to example of how one police agency created a successful crime prevention partnership with the citizens it serves. Read More

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Benefits of Task Forces

Law and Order Staff

Find out what drives the crime rate in your area. Join a task force for that type of enforcement. Or form one on your own. A bi-county, tri-county or quad-county task force can take a bite out of crime…and have zero tax dollars’ specialty vehicles to prove it. Read More

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Centralized, Unified Police Scotland

Roger Blaxall

A single Police Scotland department was formed a year ago. This has created challenges for fleet operations. Good in theory, Roger Blaxall recently travelled to fleet headquarters near Glasgow, Scotland to see how well the department—and the consolidation—is working in practice. Read More

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New Warning Equipment from Code3 PSE

Law and Order Staff

For 2014, Code 3 is introducing six emergency warning products: XCEL Siren; Solex, Triumph and 21TR Plus MultiColor lightbars; Banshee amplifier; and 4-Pack Hide-A-Blast lights. Read More

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Shop with a Cop

Wellington, Lisa

Quite often, a child’s initial interactions with law enforcement officers are not under the most uplifting conditions. The Shop with a Cop event offers a simple opportunity at the holidays to join law enforcement in a fun and positive way with children and single moms in need. Read More

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Physical Readiness Testing

Smith, Jay, Spottswood, Phillip

Law enforcement has long relied on physical testing as a selection tool and for admittance to entry-level training. Testing of incumbents, on the other hand, is much less common. Read More

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