Hide and Chic Purse Holster - DeSantis
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By Mark G. Stainbrook
What is so great about a New Year is that it is a time for fresh starts and a time to renew your commitments. Hopefully it will be a time to step up your commitment to the study and practice of good leadership for the benefit of your department and your people.
By William Harvey
You can do everything according to policy and still find yourself having to respond to a complaint or prepare a legal defense. It’s not fair; it’s not right; it just is. And when the legal snakes come after you, you’ll need proof that you are a highly trained and professional law enforcement officer.
By David Griffith
Almost every chief at the show was looking for ways to stretch budgets without compromising public or officer safety and maintaining officer morale and pride.
Police officers deal with conflicts every day--not just with suspects or the public, but between fellow officers.
What I didn't know at the time was that two of the task force officers had been notified of the crime before the local division.
Things might be bad all over, but as a leader you can have a huge impact on the morale and welfare of your folks.
Morale. It is a very subjective word. In law enforcement we often hear that a department has poor morale or great morale, or maybe no morale. But what exactly does that mean?
By Melanie Basich
Body armor is sometimes all that lies between you and a suspect's attack. It has saved officers' lives countless times. Not wearing it is not an option. As a law enforcement officer you're a walking target and, like it or not, a ballistic vest is the best protection you have against the bad guys' bullets.
As a student of leadership, throughout your police career you will be expanding on your education, training, and experience, and building a "leadership toolbox."
By Devallis Rutledge
Hearsay rules confound police, lawyers, and judges alike. "Hearsay" is a statement made outside the courtroom that might be true or false, repeated in court to prove that it was true.