Most of us want to know what to do once we have embarked upon a career, project, or some undertaking. Why? We are sponges for knowledge and we got here by being inquisitive; full of curiosity and wanting answers to many mysteries. We love to problem solve. Yet, we don’t want those unsolvable equations for […]
It is no secret law enforcement officers are subjected to a constant bombardment of human misery, public demands, and administrative regulation. Many law enforcement officials compartmentalize these components and address each one appropriately with time and circumstance.
With civil disobedience and physical action being taken against law enforcement officials, the police are revisiting how they live, learn, and adapt. Once a candidate is offered a position as a police officer, additional education, field experience, and lifestyle changes are underway.
As most parents, mine wished me the best in my endeavors and wanted me to be successful at whatever I chose to do as a career.
Recent national events have triggered a trend in administrative processes with respect to racial demographics and mismatches in department composition. The mainstream media displays an American society demonstrating, becoming divisive, and discussing ideas and perceptions on racial tension and community frustration with law enforcement. In many cities, these topics strain relationships in neighborhoods. So what […]
A new officer recruit must always prove his or her worth to a department through graded efforts such as work productivity, conflict resolution, and problem solving capabilities. Although paramount, these skills are not the only ones sought after in a new hire. The recruit, often referred to as a “rookie” cannot just put on a […]