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SURVEY: Online Training & Law Enforcement

Aug 19, 2015 in Uncategorized
By Calibre Press

The internet has revolutionized so much of the world as we know it. But has it had a similar impact on police training? Are we overlooking a potential force-multiplier? Take a moment to take this brief survey, made possible by TargetSolutions, and tell us what you think! You could win a $100 Amazon gift card!For those on mobile devices, click here. Create your own user feedback survey... Full Article »

POLL: Police Video-Review Policy

Apr 04, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership & Training
By Calibre Press

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POLL RESULTS: Law Enforcement & Legacy

Feb 19, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership
By Calibre Press

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The Challenge for Law Enforcement

Feb 19, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership
By Crawford Coates

A public lack of support for law enforcement is the top reason given for why 81% cops surveyed by Calibre Press said they can no longer recommend this profession to a son, daughter or other loved one. Meanwhile, 70% of respondents said they would have recommended this profession five years ago.The challenges of this moment are manifold.Current police morale and public safety: Are officers doing their best in the face of this criticism? O... Full Article »

The End of Legacy?

Feb 19, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership
By Jim Glennon

Wow.That’s my response to the results of our survey that asked this question of law enforcement officers: Would you recommend law enforcement as a profession to a son or daughter?Over 3,400 officers responded and a whopping 81% said that they would not! Again—wow! In no way did any of us at Calibre Press predict such a result. Worst-case scenario I said as we posted the survey: 50/50. But, what I really thought was 70/30 with the 70 being... Full Article »

Law Enforcement & Legacy

Feb 05, 2015 in Law Enforcement Today & Leadership
By Jim Glennon

I have six kids and none are in law enforcement, at least not yet. Each have taken separate paths from private business and broadcasting to nursing and social work. They all went through points of their respective lives where they tried to figure out a path—a passion—that would eventually lead to a profession.My oldest, a successful human resources manager for a pharmaceutical company, has been talking about this since he was a kid. Talen... Full Article »

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