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Who Wants This Job?  

May 1, 2002

As police departments across the country find themselves scrambling to find qualified recruits, many experts have begun asking, “What will it take to bring back the image that made law enforcement a highly desirable career?”

The Brotherhood  

May 1, 2002

The feeling of being brothers (and sisters) with other law enforcement officers is just something you feel. If you don't, you are in the wrong line of work.

Police and Politics  

April 1, 2002

Politics, politically correct ideology, and the police. The "three Ps." How well do they work together?

Texas Rangers  

January 1, 2002

If ever a law enforcement group brought to mind truth, justice and the American way, it's the Texas Rangers.

Sgt. Roland Morin and his horse King Arthur stand near a downtown mural of a turn-of-the-century Dover police officer. The mounted unit is again an important part of Dover’s patrol division.

Dover (N.H.) Police Department  

November 1, 2001

By looking to its past, the Dover (N.H.) Police Department has successfully adapted to the challenges of policing today.

Members of S.M.I.L.E. (“Safety, Magic in Law Enforcement”) use magic, laughter and fun to raise kids’ awareness of safety and violence prevention.

Scottsdale (Ariz.) PD's Community Relations Unit  

October 1, 2001

The Scottsdale Police Department has a few clowns working for them and that's something of which they're quite proud. Sure, maybe some other departments have clowns working for them, but the Scottsdale clowns have a mission - one they take very seriously.

Minneapolis Takes The Fight To the Streets  

June 1, 2001

Officer Tim Hanks threaded the last of the Federal Tactical 00 buck-shot shells into his Remington 870, adjusted the Beretta 92FS in his Safariland rig, touched his backup revolver, then turned to me and said, “Well, you ready to hit the street?”

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Preparing For the Oral Interview  

January 1, 2001

There is nothing more important or critical to an officer's success in a promotional oral interview than his or her ability to communicate.  Even preparation and overall experience are of less importance.

NYPD-Lite  

December 1, 2000

It was Nov. 1, 1955: my first tour of duty as a policeman. I had been assigned to the 15th Precinct, in midtown Manhattan, to kick off Operation Cross-town, a scheme devised to expedite the flow of vehicular traffic through one of the busiest sections of the city.

The Importance of Being Responsive to Crime Victims  

October 1, 2000

The costs and consequences of crime can be measured in different ways.  When measured in dollar amounts, for example, crime costs more than 100 billion dollars annually for lost property, medical bills, and work absenteeism.  These costs are tangible measures of the heavy toll that crime exacts on our country's residents.

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