Making Choices: The Moral Aspects of Policing The Principles of Policing (1829) Why Police Matter How a Traffic Offense Can … More
Month: January 2018
Another All-Too-Familiar Occurrence
On November 14, 2017, CNN reported the following concerning another police-involved shooting: “As a community grieves and a family has … More
Crime Prevention through Design
When Crime Prevention is More Than Public Service Announcements and Police Patrols. [Our guest blogger today is Jessica Simonovis. She has … More
What Makes a Good Leader?
What Makes A Good Leader? Key Differences Between Management And Leadership From Forbes.com. “Every manager strives to become a good … More
Top Posts Last Week
And here we are beginning our SEVENTH year publishing IMPROVING POLICE. Over 1500 posts, nearly 500K views, and 2,500 followers … More
Courage: It’s More Than You Think
“The mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty; from the Latin “cor “– heart.* Courage, … More
All police know what courage is on the street — but what is courage in the chief’s office? I have … More
It’s Non-Negotiable! Really?
It’s non-negotiable!” “I’m sorry, Chief, you’re wrong. Everything you and your department does is negotiable!” I don’t know how many … More
UOF Policy: What Would You Advise?
“An improved policy does not always result in an improved practice.” It’s going on four years since Ferguson and a … More
Do You Know What Your Officers Need?
Do you know what your employees need? What changes do you think you will have to make in your workplace … More