*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|*Fixing LEO performance issues; How leaders impact public trust
July 6, 2022 | View as webpage | Too many emails? Update Subscription Preferences

At the end of last year, we asked police leaders and law enforcement subject matter experts to outline solutions for the issues facing the profession in 2022. Topics addressed included active bystandership, cybersecurity, fleet management and officer retention. At this halfway point in the year, let’s see how accurate our experts’ predictions are to date. Check them out here.

It’s not too soon to think about both the challenges and opportunities facing law enforcement in 2023. Email your predictions to editor@police1.com.

Stay safe,

The Police1 Team
Getting to the root of officer performance issues
By Ben Smith 
What if training isn’t the answer? Three questions to find out
The impact of police leadership on public trust
By Chris D. Lewis 
The factors influencing public perception of police services are much bigger than officers on patrol can control
5 tenets for customer service success in public safety
By Rex M. Scism  
Law enforcement agencies focus on service and protection, but customer service is equally important
Secure Criminal Justice Information Service Data from Anywhere
During this webinar, sponsored by Cradlepoint and Palo Alto Networks, experts will discuss the tools needed to implement the right security no matter where the information is accessed.
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Why Should Agencies Build Real-Time Intelligence Operations?
Join us on July 13 to hear from law enforcement leaders on why real-time intelligence capabilities are more accessible than ever for smaller agencies due to technological advancements.
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August Vollmer: Why every police leader should know his name
By Nicholas Blauth 
Vollmer spearheaded revolutionary ideas that today’s cops take for granted, like police call boxes and vehicle patrols. However, he still has more to teach
Reading recommendations on risk management: 3 books to add to your July reading list
By Gordon Graham  
A look at how transparency is key to understanding risk in organizations
Reimagining Blue: Thoughts on Life, Leadership, and a New Way Forward in Policing
By Kristen Ziman 
A police chief shares how a mentor who had to smuggle in leadership books to and from work impacted her career
Heart Disease Is the No. 1 Killer of LEOs
Heart disease is present in approximately 50% of officers tested, resulting in the average age of a heart attack being 46 years old among LEOs.
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