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Indiana Chief, Assistant Chief Involved in Fatal Gunfight with Armed Suspect

The chief of police and the assistant chief of the Brownstone (IA) Police department were involved in a shooting outside the department's headquarters building.

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Answering the Call

Our teachers, mentors, and heroes inspire us to serve our agency, our community, and our nation.

New Baltimore Police Commissioner Confirmed

The Baltimore City Council unanimously confirmed former New Orleans police superintendent Michael Harrison as Baltimore’s permanent police commissioner at a council meeting Monday evening.

Great Leadership Requires Humility

Law enforcement leaders could learn a thing or two from the example of President George Herbert Walker Bush.

Looking Back to Look Forward

The Phoenix Police Department wants to better understand its past to make a brighter future.

Washington Chief Says Officers Will Not Enforce New Gun Laws

Chief Loren Culp of the Republic (WA) Police Department said on social media that he won't allow his department to enforce new regulations under newly passed which he said are unconstitutional.

Ex-Chicago Police Commander Accused of Stealing from Social Security

Kenneth Johnson is accused in U.S. District Court of bilking the Social Security Administration out of $363,064 from about June 1994 to November 2017.

Massachusetts Department's Command Staff Cover Veterans' Shifts

Command staff with the Cambridge Police Department in Massachusetts took to the streets on Monday to cover for their officers who had served in the military—those veterans were given the day off for the holiday.

Dallas Chief Demotes Top Brass

It was expected that Hall would have to demote some people, but the names tied to those demotions came has a shock to many former and current officers.

What a Review Says About You

Many supervisors assume that performance appraisals are only about the subordinate being evaluated, but an evaluation almost always ends up being more about the supervisor. Let me explain why with an example.