Why Follow This Blog?

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As a professional police officer, or someone vitally interested in police, you should follow my blog which some folks consider to be one of the top police blogs in the nation.

How? Click on “Follow” on the right margin of this page.

Here’s a few of the topics (in alphabetical order) that I have discussed during the past three years in over 250 posts.

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        • Becoming a teaching organization.
        • Blue Courage.
        • Bullying and hazing in the academy.
        • Community trust and support.
        • Community-Oriented Policing.
        • Compassionate policing.
        • Crime statistics.
        • Critical issues.
        • Diversity and policing.
        • Education of police.
        • Ethics of policing.
        • Four obstacles to police improvement.
        • Future of policing.
        • Gays and Lesbians in policing.
        • Handling public protest.
        • Healthy police.
        • How to Rate Your Local Police.
        • Improving Police
        • ISO and Quality Management standards.
        • Joy of policing.
        • Juking the stats.
        • Leadership in Police Organizations (LPO).
        • Leadership versus management.
        • Leading By Wandering Around (LBWA).
        • Learning from mistakes.
        • Mental health issues.
        • Militarization.
        • Neighborhood policing.
        • New Quality Leadership Workbook (2014).
        • Organizational change and transformation.
        • Police and politics.
        • Police book: Arrested Development (2012)
        • Police subculture.
        • Police leaders.
        • Policies and procedures.
        • Policing around the world.
        • Policing problems.
        • Policing values.
        • Principles of Quality Leadership.
        • Problem-Oriented Policing.
        • Professional policing.
        • Quality Leadership (QL).
        • Recruiting quality police officers.
        • Selecting the best and brightest.
        • Seven Necessary Improvement Steps.
        • Seven Seeds of Policing.
        • Shootings by police.
        • Stop and frisk.
        • Ten Hard Lessons.
        • Training police.
        • Twelve Qualities of Policing.
        • Use of force.
        • Women in policing.
        • And MORE…

 

 

 

 

 

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