Recruiting

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  • Grab 'Em By Their Hearts

    Greatness comes from inspiring others to act. When you inspire ONE officer, the ripple effect, perhaps unseen by you, touches countless others ...and so you go on working forever.

    Article • April 16th, 2007

  • Disappearing Blue Line

    Police are leaving law enforcement in some of the highest numbers ever.

    Article • April 12th, 2007

  • A Successful Recruiting Program

    Does a well planned recruiting program really make a difference in getting enough quality applicants?

    Article • March 15th, 2007

  • Need Police Chicks?

    You hear horror stories about the female applicant that came into the interview wearing a tight leather mini skirt and no underwear because she thought all of the police were men and this would surely get her hired.

    Article • March 6th, 2007

  • Future Trends in Law Enforcement Recruiting

    How can small police agencies compete with those having a recruiting staff of 12 and a $500,000 annual budget?

    Article • February 15th, 2007

  • Where Have All the Reserves Gone?

    By thinking outside the box and working with your reserve standards committees, the potential to keep more officers on the street to help combat the nation's rise in crime and offset Homeland Security duties is tremendous.

    Article • February 8th, 2007

  • Cops for Sale

    Gone are the days when 1,000 people apply for six positions at a police department.

    Article • January 2nd, 2007

  • Ten Rules for Effective Law Enforcement Recruiting

    Does your agency follow these simple recruiting rules?

    Article • December 21st, 2006

  • The Next Step in Mutual Aid

    Mutual aid agreements for members of law enforcement have been around since the early days of town marshals. However, when it comes to mutual aid agreements for the use of "other than" sworn officers, it's far more the exception than the rule when...

    Article • November 9th, 2006

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