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Portland's New Chief Introduced by Mayor

Resch said she’s dedicated to working to stem gun violence and traffic-related deaths, speeding up hiring to fill a growing number of officer vacancies, working to hold officers accountable, improving trust in the city and continuing to seek help from outside agencies as Portland braces for large protests in this upcoming election year.

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Original S.W.A.T. to Offer Law Enforcement Leadership Class at SHOT Show

"This interactive discussion highlights the importance of leadership whether you are in top management, middle ranks or the boots on the street," Original S.W.A.T. says.

Portland Chief Named New Philly Commissioner

In taking over in Philadelphia, Outlaw would lead the nation’s fourth-largest municipal police department, which has about 6,600 sworn officers and 800 civilian employees. By comparison, the Portland Police Bureau has 877 sworn officers and 300 civilian employees.

How to Deal with the Negative Side of Leadership

Anyone who says being a leader is easy is lying.

Mayor Fires Chicago Police Superintendent Weeks Before Retirement

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot fired police Superintendent Eddie Johnson effective immediately Monday for reportedly intentionally misleading her and the public about his conduct when he was found asleep in his running vehicle at a stop sign in October.

(Video) Addressing Bullying in Law Enforcement

Nick Greco describes some of the strategies command staff can use to address the problem of bullying in law enforcement.

Former LAPD Chief Charlie Beck Rumored to Become Interim Chicago PD Superintendent

Rumors swirling across Chicago say retired Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck is the top contender to be the interim police superintendent as the city conducts a national search for the position.

Massachusetts State Police Superintendent Announces Retirement

“I leave this job with the satisfaction of knowing that I gave it my heart and soul, under the most trying of circumstances,” Gilpin wrote in her letter.

NYPD Commissioner Resigns, Replacement Named

New York City Police Commissioner James O'Neill resigned Monday after three years as the head of the nation's largest police force.

Police Leaders Vow to Address Officer Suicide During IACP Session

During the annual gathering of the International Association of Chiefs of Police in Chicago last week, attending law enforcement leaders met to address the apparent rise in police officer suicide, vowing to address the problem with increased mental health support for officers.