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Law Enforcement and Field Training: The Evolution of a Decades-Old Process for Modern Departments

May 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Law Enforcement and Field Training: The Evolution of a Decades-Old Process for Modern Departments

Borne from a bureaucratic personnel issue turned tragedy, the San Jose Police Department’s “Field Training Plans” are arguably the most influential addition to industry training protocol in half a century—and undoubtedly the most widespread. Using their Field Training and Evaluation Program as a starting point, this paper will discuss the practice, its influence, and the positive impact technology can have in its continued evolution

The Golden State Killer Arrest—and the DNA Questions it Provokes

May 6th, 2019|Comments Off on The Golden State Killer Arrest—and the DNA Questions it Provokes

The arrest of the alleged Golden State Killer drew mass fanfare—but the methods used to get there have been the subject of substantial criticism. The “DNA profiling” technique at the core of the controversy has a long way to go before widespread adoption, and the courts will likely decide its future.

For Corrections Agencies, Facilities, Stopping PR Crises Isn’t an Option—Prevention Is

April 23rd, 2019|Comments Off on For Corrections Agencies, Facilities, Stopping PR Crises Isn’t an Option—Prevention Is

Consider for a moment the idea of public relations and the positive impact it can have across the spectrum of agencies serving the public safety and criminal justice fields. A key point of focus in any private enterprise’s strategy and [...]



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