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If your union or employee rights organization asked you to participate in a sick-out/blue flu to support an employee rights issue, would you do it, even if it put your job in jeopardy?



Also by Roy Huntington

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On Accountability

December 1, 2001

More astounding is the fact those same people seem perfectly content to put their lives into your hands.

Profiling: Suddenly Politically Correct?

December 1, 2001

When our society finally realizes it should be politically correct to stop crime, the wasted energy now spent by those pounding their fists against racial profiling will be better spent taking action against those same "bad" people the cops are already trying to stop.

Impact: Life Will Be Different

November 1, 2001

Have the WTC and Pentagon attacks changed how police work will be conducted in the future?

We Are Filled With a Terrible Resolve

November 1, 2001

Leadership, bravery and initiative in the face of superhuman odds are still some of the most powerful axioms of being an American.

Chevy’s 'Ride And Drive’

October 1, 2001

Chevy's "Ride and Drive" is an opportunity to introduce new technology (in this case, the new Impala police package) to writers and cops from around the country. I rubbed elbows with uniforms from many states and there were plenty of serious, squinty-eyed stares going on as the performance was duly noted in notebooks and on video.

The Intrepid's Back!

October 1, 2001

Dare we all remember the 440 Magnum power plant in these days of fuel economy and miserly performance? At the risk of sounding like the dinosaur I am, I have to admit there is something satisfying about seeing the term "Magnum" associated with a police car again!

Are You a Cop First?

October 1, 2001

I've worked for five different chiefs during my checkered police career. Of them, only one sticks out in my mind. Indeed, I have to think hard to even remember the rest of their names.

Streaming Video: A Cop's New Best Friend?

October 1, 2001

Video technology offers some solid solutions to problems in this arena. From an obvious increase in security due to site monitoring, to enhanced communications between schools and police during emergencies, this technology may offer a powerful tool for responding officers.

Harbor Units: Beat May Be Different, But Goals Are Same

February 1, 1998

There are countless other agencies of different sizes, each tasked with making the waters of their jurisdictions safe for recreational boating and business use.

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