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April 7, 2021 | View as webpage
Leaders,

Time is the most precious commodity we have, and that is especially true if you are a police leader. We know your days are busy, but there are two short windows of time on your commute to and from work you could use to listen to Police1’s Policing Matters podcast.

Episodes are concise (30 minutes or less) and touch upon current issues impacting law enforcement. Recent episodes featured the following guests:

► Retired LASD Commander and less-lethal guru Sid Heal on force options.

► Chula Vista PD Captain Don Redmond on his agency’s groundbreaking drone program.

► LE researcher Dr. Stephen James on how to fight fatal fatigue in policing.

A new episode is posted every Friday on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Amazon Music, Spotify, and RSS feed.

Stay safe,


The Police1 Team
 
COMMUNITY POLICING
Addressing critical issues through community policing
By Chief Joel F. Shults, Ed.D. 
COPS Office report summarizes creative ways LE agencies are deploying community policing principles
How moving from ‘us’ and ‘them’ to ‘we’ results in more effective policing
By Shaun Ward, D. Mgt. 
When cops and communities come together to share the responsibility of community policing, everyone wins
How community policing prevents crime: What we can learn from police history
By Richard Arrington 
The same events and conditions that led to crime epidemics in the past are occurring now
SUPERVISION SOLUTIONS
Active supervision challenge: Communication
By Paul Conor, Ph.D. 
Effective communication occurs when your intended audience members receive the same message that you sent them
How I became a better supervisor by asking for help
By Al Cobos 
Follow this plan of action to start building a community of support
What young cops want (and what police leaders can do about it)
By Jarrett Morris 
Young officers are great employees; however, they require some specific things from their leadership in order to have a successful police career
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