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Patricia A. Teinert has been a Texas peace officer since 1984. She has served as a patrol officer, investigator, and member of a juvenile gang and narcotics task force. She is currently a patrol officer with Katy ISD Police Department.
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Savvy leaders can get past the idea that every person deserves the same size slice of accolades or punishment. Photo via Flickr (alexik).

Manage Officers Equitably, Rather Than Fairly  

February 22, 2011
Treating everyone "fairly" doesn't work. Rather, you must be equitable. What's the difference? I always say, "Fair happens once a year, and it's called the county fair." Equity should happen daily. Equity takes into consideration differences, while still giving everyone access to opportunity.
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