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Webinar: The Guardian-Leader

May 14, 2015 in Leadership
By Jim Glennon

The Guardian-Leader: Creating the culture of success in your agency Date: Monday, June 1st Time: 1pm CST Instructed by: Lt. Jim Glennon Register Here This webinar will examine police culture and leadership, with the goal of helping you—regardless of your rank—become an agent for positive change in your agency. This topic has never been more relevant to our profession, and, as Glennon attests, it's incumbent upon all officers to be leade... Full Article »

Own It

May 04, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership
By Jim Glennon

Cops are always the bad guys. I’m getting real tired of this same old song. Real tired. I’ve written about it many, many times.Law enforcement officers in Baltimore have been described as heartless, brutal, racists, and murderers. People who have no regard for human lives. They are characterized as robotic soulless creatures who live to hurt others and abuse their authority.We’re used to hearing such things about our profession from... Full Article »

Resolutions Revisited

Jan 26, 2015 in Education & Leadership
By Scott Hughes

We’re a few weeks into 2015 and I suspect some of us are already losing sight of our New Year Resolutions. The five most common, according to StatisticsBrain.com, are: 1) lose weight, 2) get organized, 3) spend less (save more), 4) enjoy life to the fullest, and 5) stay fit and healthy. The harsh reality: we almost always fail to realize these lofty goals.What about you? What did you want to do different in 2015? What are your professional ... Full Article »

What About Me?

Jan 20, 2015 in Leadership
By Marc Joseph

All organizational changes, of course, affect people within the organization. But have you, as leaders, adequately considered just how that change will be perceived by those affected? Or are you simply barking orders? Taking a moment to examine the human side of the organizational equation is almost always revealing and, in my experience, essential to the process. To a large extent, habits dictate our lives. A change of routine for many emplo... Full Article »

A Gentle Reminder

Jan 15, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership
By Kelly DeVoll

Remember this?I, __________ __________, do solemnly swear or affirm that I will faithfully execute the duties of the office of police officer of the State of _____________ and will to the best of my ability preserve, protect and defend the constitution and laws of the United States and of this state, so help me God.I had to pull my oath of office back out today. A couple of years ago my chief gave me and every sworn officer in our departm... Full Article »

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