Category Archives: Police Chief magazine

Getting the Most Out of Police Chief Online

While visiting the Police Chief magazine website to read our weekly bonus articles, take a few minutes to check out the site’s other features and resources. View the article guidelines and the editorial calendar. If you are interested in contributing, … Continue reading

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Police Chief Bonus Articles: Keeping You Informed Throughout the Month

Who doesn’t love a bonus? There’s no downside to getting something extra, especially if that bonus item is a resource containing valuable information, ideas, and updates. But why read the bonus articles when you already get Police Chief each month? … Continue reading

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The Police Chief Magazine Online Version

BD McCray, Deputy Director, United States Customs and Border Protection, IACP Law Enforcement Fellow Transitioning into the online and social media arena can be daunting and stressful, especially as the need for transparency is coupled with requirement to maintain the … Continue reading

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Partnering for Homeland Security: Author Interview

IACP talked with Ken Berkowitz, Chief of the Canton, Massachusetts, Police Department. Ken is one of the co-authors of the article “Partnering to Protect the Homeland,” which can be found in the February 2016 issue of Police Chief. You can … Continue reading

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Homeland Security: What Does It Really Mean to the IACP?

Guest blogger: David McBath Retired Lieutenant Colonel, New York State Police; Director, North Country, New York, Crime Analysis Center; and Chair, IACP Committee on Homeland Security The true definition of “homeland security” is very elusive, and it is difficult to … Continue reading

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Insight Needed for the “Great Ideas in Law Enforcement” 2015 Edition

Looking at the long history behind policing, it’s evident that law enforcement has undergone many changes over the years. Behind this evolution is the drive to constantly improve and bring the best people and policies together to build safe communities … Continue reading

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New Feature in Police Chief Magazine Provides a Voice for Members

The Police Chief, the flagship publication of the International Chiefs of Police, has just introduced a new monthly feature: The Dispatch. The IACP knows that our members have valuable insight and input to offer and The Dispatch is one venue … Continue reading

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Age and Experience of Officer Killed In the Line-of-Duty in 2013

Last week, we blogged about the line-of-duty deaths that occurred in 2013. There were 111 state, local, tribal, or federal law enforcement officer line-of-duty deaths last year, the lowest recorded number in over 50 years. While this notable decline is … Continue reading

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Conference Spotlight: IACP Programs & Services / Meet the IACP Speakers Series

Are you getting the MOST out of your IACP membership? For many, IACP membership means an awesome annual conference and a fantastic monthly magazine. We are immensely proud of these great benefits, but the IACP has much more to offer.

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Why I’m Implementing a Mandatory Wear Policy

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By Tracy Trott, Guest Blogger; Colonel, Tennessee Highway Patrol I read President Walter A. McNeil’s message in the May issue of Police Chief magazine with great interest. The issue of a mandatory wear policy for bulletproof vests has surfaced several times … Continue reading

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