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S.C. Chief Proposes Incentive Pay for Officers to Move into Crime-Ridden Neighborhoods

December 18, 2008
Columbia Police Chief Tandy Carter wants to let officers take their cars home and to pay them up to $10,000 each to buy a house in one of the city’s most unsafe neighborhoods — and City Council members want to borrow money to pay for it.

Small Town Georgia Police Chief Dies in Wreck

December 3, 2008
The 32-year-old police chief of the small town of Nelson was killed Monday in a wreck being blamed on icy weather conditions.

Keeping up with Case Law

November 1, 2008

Much of what I learned in basic academy in the late 1960s is no longer good law. If I were still operating on the basis of 40-year-old understandings, I wouldn't be very effective.

Illinois Sheriff Goes to Jail, Voluntarily

August 22, 2008
Lake County, Ill., Sheriff Mark Curran said his goal is to talk to inmates so he can see the jail from their perspective. That way he can try to solve potential problems, such as safety issues, and better understand the inmate experience, he said.

S.F. Chief Admits that She Has Not Qualified with Duty Weapon in Years

June 5, 2008
San Francisco Police Chief Heather Fong has acknowledged that she has gone years without qualifying with her service pistol.

Suspect Nabbed in Michigan Deputy, Police Chief Shooting

April 18, 2008
Authorities captured a man Thursday who is accused of shooting and critically wounding the Capac, Mich., police chief, grazing a deputy and retreating into a house that was soon surrounded by officers. At some point, he slipped away on foot.

Police Chief Killed After Cuffing Suspect's Hands in Front

June 14, 2007
Small towns are oft known for a "familial," friendly, trustful demeanor. But sometimes misplaced trust is a misguided notion, or as in the case of Clay City (Ky.) Police Chief Randy Lacy, a dangerous one with deadly consequences.

Junk Science on the Beat

April 1, 2006

Many police psychologists believe that if you don’t feel bad, something is wrong with you.

Chief Accountability

October 1, 2003

Sometimes the man or woman in charge shoulders the blame, even when not personally involved in an incident.

Police and Politics

April 1, 2002

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

Kerik Accused of Special Treatment for Friend

March 14, 2002
Detectives from the Manhattan South Homicide Task Force came to the doors of several network employees late at night. The detectives had come to question the people, fingerprint them, and tell them they would have to take lie detector tests. All this for a missing necklace and cell phone.

Temecula (Calif.) Police Department

December 1, 2001

This Old West town's small force juggles city and county duties.

Honoring Youth Is Prescription for the Future

December 1, 2000

In these days of the Columbine High School shootings and countless other similar tragedies involving youngsters, we often allow these violent acts to overshadow the good deeds that young people perform in communities across the nation, each and every day.

He Flees—To Pursue or Not to That is the Question

November 1, 1998

High-speed pursuits are the most dangerous of all police activities for innocent citizens, regardless of the circumstances!  In my example it was a rural setting at 0300 hours on a straight road with no one else around, except for the other vehicle that became an unwitting rolling roadblock for my pursuit.

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