Monthly Archives: May 2013

Perfecting Your Presentation for Public Appearances

When attending a court or public appearance out of uniform, it is important that you maintain a professional appearance. Unfortunately, if you are a female law enforcement officer, there is even more pressure on you to play your part correctly … Continue reading

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Reporting Concerns About Fellow Officers

The general public often likes to portray police officers as something other than human. But, it is important to recognize that all people make mistakes, and that includes officers. When you spot such issues in fellow officers, you need to … Continue reading

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Determining When It’s Time to Retire from the Force

Knowing when it is time to retire from the force can actually play a major role in maintaining your safety. This is also why police officers are eligible for retirement far earlier. But when you are considering retirement before old … Continue reading

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Can Law Enforcement Hiring Procedures Be Blamed for Officer Misconduct?

When something goes awry, it is typically the individual who is responsible for their own actions. But, when something goes wrong with a police officer, often three is scrutiny placed on the police department that hired them as though there … Continue reading

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Creating Social and Interpersonal Boundaries on the Job

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