With police agencies’ use-of-force policies increasingly in the spotlight, de-escalation training can offer opportunities to better protect the public and officers, while improving the agency’s community standing and cutting the potential for budget-busting liability payments.
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Department training programs are designed to teach prospective officers the ropes, but some mistakes could end your career at an agency before it really starts.
For those seeking promotion, there is always the possibility of not getting one. Although when you don’t get the promotion it might seem like the end of the world, it isn’t. Here's how to handle this situation.
You don’t have lots of time to get questions answered, so make good use of the time you have.
Working as part of an effective hazardous devices team requires more than donning a bomb suit.
The campaign trail can be a tough road to travel if you aren't prepared.
Should you apply for a police job if the agency requires that you live inside city limits?
Don't let your social media account cost you a career opportunity.
These five behavior patterns will keep you on track to pass your probationary period and become a full-fledged officer.
Fill out your job application carefully and accurately or you'll make it easier for them to say no.
It's not the ranking officers, but the people who run the place that you need to know.