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10 Tips for Crisis Communications

“I've handled a lot of big incidents in my time and in the 12 years before I came to Boulder, there was nothing like the King Soopers shooting. Everything is permanently etched in my mind,” says Dionne Waugh, Boulder Police Department public information officer.

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10 Tips From North Pole For Officers Working on Christmas

There is almost nothing more enjoyable than picking up a good warrant arrest or two on Christmas, New Year’s, or Thanksgiving for that matter. Yes, the DA might dismiss the case, but you get the satisfaction of knowing that your special someone won’t be opening their presents or cutting into a juicy Christmas turkey. Don’t want to spend the holidays with Officer Friendly? Don’t ignore the law!

Exploring Policing: Training Young People in the Profession Yields Benefits

Simply by participating in Cadet, Explorer, and Internship programs, young "recruits" almost always become advocates and ambassadors for police within their families and peer groups—that outcome alone is worthwhile return on investment, regardless of whether or not any individual goes on to become a sworn officer.

TX Cops Make “Toy Story” Halloween Video for Community

The department’s social media post even took a line from the movie’s song, saying just remember “You’ve got a friend in me.”

2022 Innovative LE Leaders: Missouri Chief Works to Build the Character Of Kids

Through athletics and day camp activities Willard Police Chief Thomas McClain teaches his community’s kids about responsibility, honor, self control, and discernment.

2022 Innovative LE Leaders: New Jersey Agency Offers Hope to the Addicted

Chief James Abbott of the West Orange Police Department lets addicts come to his city’s police station, turn in their drugs, and seek help and even treatment.

NY Sheriffs to Race at Watkins Glen in Sheriffs’ Showdown 2

“We can't race by the rules of the racetrack. We can't race head-to-head so there's not a start and finish. So, we are racing eight laps and we're looking for the closest to the adjusted track speed for that car you're driving,” explains Sheriff Todd Baxter.

Coffee with a Cop: Simple Idea Creates “A Bridge to Communication”

"So, I grabbed a pot of coffee, and I walked around to tables and started pouring coffee. And what that did was completely changed the dynamics of the conversation."

DC Police Unveil Amazon Package Lockers at Two Police Stations

"What we’re hoping is if it works well here as a pilot, we’re going to take it to other districts in the city," says Altieri.

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Dallas Police Provide New Shoes to More Than 500 Kids

"Building relationships within our community is a very important aspect of our job. Over the past six years, the Share the Shoes campaign has enabled us to bridge the gap and make a tighter bond and connection with the communities we serve,."

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