Year 2016 Resolutions For Our Nation’s Police As a democratic police officer serving a free society, I resolve: 1. To … More
Month: December 2015
2015 in Review
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The Louvre Museum has … More
Unleashing the Power of Criticism
I found the following article in the January-February 2016 issue of the Harvard Business Review and immediately thought how this … More
Leadership is Managing Culture
The job of police leaders is to lead the organization’s core values and reinforce right attitudes. Policing is not only … More
Top Posts Last Week
Police and Public Attitudes How a Traffic Offense Can Be a Ticket to Prison An Unusual Experience of Police Reform: … More
“Improving Police:” Summarizing 2015
On this site during 2015 there were over 270,000 visits and more than 700 posts published. The top five posts for 2015 … More
Peace on Earth!
Police and Public Attitudes
SOME GOOD NEWS. While the attitudes of white citizens have rebounded concerning the honesty and ethics of our nation’s police, … More
THE TOP POST IN 2015!
As we approach the end of 2015, I am re-posting the TEN most popular posts during the year — “WHY … More
Who Will Be the First?
HERE’S THE PROBLEM: Many Americans believe that police use of deadly force is too frequent, unfair, and unreasonable. This belief, whether … More