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During the late 80s and 90s I taught a three-day seminar on our experience in Madison and the new and collaborative style of leading police called "Quality Leadership." Much of this was modeled on the teachings of W. Edwards Deming, Tom Gordon, and Robert Greenleaf.

As we are about to go to the final press run, there is a change (for the better!) in the title:

ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT:

SEVEN NECESSARY STEPS TO IMPROVE OUR NATION’S POLICE

Chapter One: What’s Wrong With Policing Today?

Chapter Two: Police History in the United States

 Chapter Three: Madison’s Police History

 Chapter Four: Can Police  Really Change?

 Chapter Five: Seven Necessary Steps to Improve Police

 Chapter Six: The Problem of Handling Public Protest

 Chapter Seven: The Problem of Willing Exchanges

Chapter Eight: Summary

Looks like we will have the book in hand by early March!

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