February 9, 2022 | View as webpage | Too many emails? Update Subscription Preferences
Dear Police1 Member,

We know that as a subscriber to Police1's Careers eNewsletter, you are actively seeking to enhance your performance as an officer and advance your police career. Navigating the promotional process and charting your career path is challenging and may remind you of the arduous path you took to become a cop. The process to become a police officer requires as much dedication as it does to serve as a police officer. To help recruits through their journey, Police1 recently launched “How to become a police officer,” a special series that breaks down everything prospective cops need to be successful. We encourage you to share this content with anyone you know who is considering entering law enforcement and invite those in charge of police recruitment to link to the articles we have curated.  

We would also like to thank the sponsor of the series, veteran-founded, nonprofit National University, which helps working professionals earn degrees by offering over 75 programs online or onsite – programs like criminal justice, public administration and homeland security. NU also offers a 25% tuition scholarship and prior learning credit for public safety professionals both sworn, non-sworn and their dependents. Learn more at nu.edu/publicsafety.  

Stay safe,

— The Police1 Team
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Navigating a career in law enforcement takes time, planning and reflection. Here’s how to do it
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Not all relevant experiences are formal accolades. Informal accomplishments are just as important to show you’re ready for promotion
Are you ready to lead cops? The interpersonal skills you need after you promote
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Future law enforcement leaders must build more than a good resume before they’re ready for a promotion
A day in the life of a community action team officer
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Marc Coopwood, a 27-year law enforcement veteran, is committed to keeping the public sector safe, stable and secure in a different way than he did as an assistant chief of police
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