Policing Matters Podcast: Police leaders talk modern policing at IACP 2016
At IACP 2016, Doug and Jim took the opportunity to speak to police leaders about some of the most important issues facing law enforcement today
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At the 2016 International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference, Doug and Jim took the opportunity to speak to police leaders about some of the most important issues facing law enforcement today. From creating a Citizens Advisory Board to adopting the recommendations in the Task Force Report on 21st Century Policing, listen to what these very special guests had to say.
Segment 1: Chief John King of the Provo City (Utah) Police Department. King discusses some of the benefits he has reaped from his formation of a Citizens Advisory Board.
Segment 2: Retired San Francisco Police Department Deputy Chief Kevin Cashman discusses what we have come to call de-policing, as officers are pulling back from proactive law enforcement efforts in fear that they will become the next national headline.
Segment 3: Retired DEA Agents Javier Pena and Steve Murphy — the real people upon whom the characters in the Netflix television series Narcos are based — talk about current trends in the fight against illegal drugs.
Segment 4: Chief Brandon Zuidema of the Garner (N.C.) Police Department discusses how his agency adopted some of the recommendations in the Task Force Report on 21st Century Policing.
Segment 5: Chief Frank Kitzerow of the Jupiter (Fla.) Police Department discusses how he emphasizes the importance of mentoring tomorrow’s police leaders.
Segment 6: Chief Dan Harris of the United States Border Patrol discusses some of the issues facing the men and women who patrol our northern and southern borders.