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Police Chief, Volume 79, Number 12, December 2012

NCJ Number
Police Chief Volume: 79 Issue: 12 Dated: December 2012 Pages: 1-96
Kelly Sullivan Moore
Date Published
December 2012
96 pages
This issue of the Police Chief contains six feature articles.
The feature articles include: 1) Report of the 119th Annual IACP Conference in San Diego, California features a recap of the 2012 exposition providing the latest in law enforcement technology, equipment, education, networking and products; 2) Cops Count, Police Matter: Of Tactics and Strategy discusses community policing; 3) Cost-saving Efforts of the New Zealand Police: Opportunities for the United States examines the New Zealand Police service for ideas on increasing agency efficiencies; 4) A Synopsis of Some Featured Departments Providing Medical Support to Police Field Operations investigates a number of agencies who have developed programs aimed at decreasing the risk of death or disability from injuries suffered by officers in the field; 5) Law Enforcement Medicine: Core Concepts from the IACP Police Physicians examines law enforcement medical support, an umbrella concept that encompasses preventive medicine, self-aid/buddy-aid, first responder/first provider, and Tactical Emergency Medical Support; and 6) The IACP/Target International Police Officer of the Year Award covers the winner and honorable mentions at the awards luncheon and ceremony held during the 2012 IACP Conference. Also included are six Columns: President's Message: IACP Constitutional Review; Legislative Alert: What Sequestration Means to State, Local, and Tribal Law Enforcement; Chief's Counsel: Garrity Warnings: To Give or Not to Give, That Is the Question; Research in Brief: The Milwaukee Police Department Presents Students Talk Over the Police Program; Officer Safety Corner: Resiliency as a Path to Wellness; and From the Deputy Assistant Secretary: Countering the Active Shooter Threat.


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