Now is the time to re-imagine our police I am not in favor of eliminating or de-funding police. I want … More
Why Today’s Cops Need to Know What Other Cops Have Learned
Now in my 80th year, I have tried to off-load the accumulated burdens of police-related matters. It has not been easy … More
If Camden Can Do It, So Can Your City!
We’re training everyone the same way to shape the culture of the department… The department’s new manual for use-of-force training … More
Effective Community Oriented Policing
“The time is right to fit the needs of our employees together with the needs of our communities and … More
Finding Hope in Flint
The Opinion Pages | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR Finding Hope in the Flint Police Dept. [This article was printed last week … More
Police: To Alter or Abolish?
When people ask me, ‘Who will protect us,’ I want to say: Who protects you now? — Mychal Denzel … More
“Rolling Up on Dixon Circle”
“This summer, racial hate left holes in the heart of Dallas. Four summers ago, it could have burned the place … More
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Community-Oriented Policing: Too Soft? How a Traffic Offense Can Be a Ticket to Prison Why Police Matter Principles of Leadership … More
Community-Oriented Policing: Too Soft?
Think again! Police Officer Deon Joseph works skid row in Los Angeles — truly one of the toughest neighborhoods in … More
Branding Your Department: Can You Do This?
Building a Solid Police Brand In the business world we hear a lot about “brand;” that is, the perception customers have … More