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Coffee Break with Police Experts: Challenges Facing 911 Call Centers and How Technology can Help
Jordan Witt, product manager for public safety at CentralSquare Technologies, speaks with POLICE editor David Griffith about 911 personnel shortages, abandoned calls, and other issues facing emergency communications centers and how technology can help.
Coffee Break with Police Experts: Moral Injury
POLICE Senior Editor Wayne Parham and Rita Nakashima Brock, Ph.D., discuss moral injury as it relates to law enforcement. Brock is senior vice president and director of the Shay Moral Injury Center at Volunteers of America.
How Open Source Intelligence Can Identify Threats
POLICE Magazine Editor David Griffith discussed open source intelligence investigations on the Cobwebs Technologies Tangles solution with Johnmichael O'Hare, business development director for Cobwebs.
The Role of School Police in Critical Incidents
POLICE Magazine Editor David Griffith interviews Rodney Ellis, chief of the Glynn County (GA) Board of Education Police about the need for school agencies, what it takes to lead a school agency, and school police response to active shooters and disasters.
HazMat Safety and Awareness for Police
POLICE Senior Editor Wayne Parham discusses why officers need to be aware of hazardous materials with expert and law enforcement trainer Jim Whitfield.
Painted in Blood
This episode of Coffee Break with Police Experts discusses the term "looting" in light of recent increases in organized retail crime and predictions on what's to come.
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