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Title: Police Chief, Volume 78, Issue 10, October 2011
Journal: Police Chief  Volume:78  Issue:10  Dated:October 2011  Pages:1-39
Editor(s): Charles E. Higginbotham
Date Published: October 2011
Page Count: 139
Type: Issue Overview
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This journal of the Police Chief contains 11 articles on various policing topics.
Abstract: This issue features 11 articles: 1) Dan Rosenblatt Receives COPS Lifetime Achievement Award; 2) IACP Abroad: 19th IACP South American Executive Policing Conference whose topic was managing Security for major events and was held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, August 21-23; 3) A Multidisciplinary Approach Is the Key to Combating Child Sex Trafficking which examines the commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC); 4) Consolidation, Amalgamation, Regionalization: When Harsh Economic Realities Impact Police Agencies which examines the escalating cost of policing as well as the pros and cons of amalgamations and restructuring of police agencies; 5) Implicit Bias and Law Enforcement which examines bias-based policing; 6) Policing at the Speed of Trust which examines inspiring and extending trust in policing; 7) In Memory of Chief James P. Damos, 1919-2011 which memorializes a professional career that extends to the IACP President from 1981-1982; 8) 118th Annual IACP conference which includes conference information, exhibitor list, and exhibitor update; 9) Department of Homeland Security Partners with State, Local, Territorial, and Tribal Law Enforcement to Counter Transnational Drug Trafficking which examines DHS’s efforts to stop the entry of illicit drugs into the U.S. in order to protect the homeland and national security; 10) Multiband Radio Enables Dynamic Communications Interoperability which examines the multiband radio project (MBR) led by DHS S&T’s Office for Interoperability and Compatibility (OIC); and 11) Consolidation Caveats which examines merging and consolidating police services and initiatives. Four columns are included in this issue: 1) President’s Message: The Year in Review; 2) Legislative Alert: Legislation Introduced That Would Allocate $4 Billion to Law Enforcement; 3) IACP Foundation: A Personal Message: Year in Review and Foundations for the Future; and 4) Chief’s Counsel: Dealing with Outside Influences in Disciplinary Decisions.
Main Term(s): Police professionalism; Police specialized training
Index Term(s): Criminal investigation; Investigative techniques; Legislation; Science and Technology; Specialized investigative units
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