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Feb
10

Baltimore PD’s New Mobile Tip Line Could Change the Way Officers Police

In late January, the Baltimore Police Department launched an app that promises to change the way they interact with the community. Touting the introduction of the new mobile software as “Transparency at Your Fingertips,” the department hopes this ability to interact will increase…

Feb
2

One Mind Campaign

“Improving Police Response to Persons Affected by Mental Illness” Join the IACP ONE MIND Pledge Today! Commit to implementing the 4 Strategies within the next 12-36 months. The One Mind Campaign was launched in October, 2016, at the IACP San Diego Conference. It…

Jan
11

Be Thankful on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day – January 9, 2017

The National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day was first celebrated in 2015. This special occasion was created by the FBI National Academy to appreciate and thank all officers who risk their lives every single day to protect the communities they serve. The day of…

Jan
2

Civilian Acts of Kindness and Appreciation for Police Officers in 2016

It’s the time for reflection; it’s the end of a year…the year of 2016… and what a year it’s been! Americans have always ridden the waves of UPs and DOWNs, but this year has been different from others, for it’s been a year…

Dec
13

Funny Police Recruitment Videos Reach Bigger Audiences

The Fort Worth Police Department is in the news once again because of their latest YouTube video. The most recent installment on the agency’s channel features a Fort Worth firearms instructor providing some one-on-one attention to a Storm Trooper. The duo is at…

Nov
28

Police Officers Mentoring Youth is a WIN-WIN-WIN

“Let me tell you something…these programs work!! They break down barriers, and teach police officers and citizens to trust and depend on each other.”  Bob Kraemer President, Cops and Kids Foundation, Inc. Youth–Police Departments–Communities all benefit from a well organized, successfully run youth…

Nov
22

K-9 Officers Getting a Second Leash on Life

German Shepherds are loyal, noble, and smart. These qualities make them great police dogs. A K-9 starts training for police work when it’s still a puppy and usually, these furry cops work until they’re about 7 to 8 years old. However, the breed…

Oct
24

IACP: SELF-ASSESSMENT FOR POLICE DEPARTMENTS

THE IACP YOUTH FOCUSED POLICING AGENCY SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL The IACP Youth Focused Policing Agency Self-Assessment Tool is a way that police departments can take an honest, thorough look at their own policies, procedures, and behavior. This Police Department Self-Assessment has been created by…

Oct
17

Be Prepared – What to Do in Case of Wildfire

Wildfires can happen anywhere at any time. In a matter of hours or days, a wildfire can grow strong enough to destroy homes, infrastructures, businesses, natural resources, and agriculture in a single community. During a wildfire, communities are at risk of serious injury…

Oct
11

National Fire Prevention Week October 9-15, 2016

“Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years!” —————————————————————— According to the National Fire Protection Association the USA had 1,345,500 fires in 2015; that’s 1 every 86 seconds. 3,280 civilians died, and $14.3 billion of property was damaged. The…