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Action Briefs: New Realities
Policing in the 21st Century: Leadership Challenges and New Realities
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Analysis of Two Child Trauma Response Partnerships in North Carolina
Beyond Partnerships
A Candid Exchange on Women in Law Enforcement: Then and Now audio
Change that Works audio
Charlotte-Mecklengerg, North Carolina
What we Learned
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Columbus Police Want to Earn Community’s Trust and Respect
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The Community-Building Leadership Continuum -
Community Power and Police Leadership: The Community-Building Leadership Continuum -
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Core Statements
Creating Community Relationships That Will Survive Controversial Uses of Force
Creating Leaders for the Future
Introduction
I. Re-thinking the way We Develop Leaders
II. Shaping a New Environment – The Learner’s Marketplace (with graphic)
III. The Role of the Leader at the Top
Delivering Public Service in the Future
Different Approach (A) audio
Five Police Departments Building Trust and Collaboration – Yale Law School
Executive Summary
Charlotte-Mecklengerg, North Carolina
What we Learned
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High Point, North Carolina
What we Learned
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Milwaukee, Wisconsin
What we Learned
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
What we Learned
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Seattle, Washington
What we Learned
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Frontloading – They Expect You To Lead
Gang Involvement
Goodwill and the Vanderbilt Poll
Gun Policy
Having the Stuff - It Really Can Be Lonely at the Top
High Point, North Carolina
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
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How To Use This Site
"If I Only Knew Then ..."
Immigration
Interconnectedness of Policing audio
Leaders on Leadership
#1: Looking Back – Why They Do It
#2: Frontloading – They Expect You To Lead
#3: Having the Stuff - It Really Can Be Lonely at the Top
Speaking Out on Policing and Leadership Challenges audio
My Transition from Assistant Chief to Chief
Leaders on Today's Issues
Selecting the Next Generation of Police Chiefs
Creating Community Relationships That Will Survive Controversial Uses of Force
Acting with Integrity: The Foundation of Trust
Leaders Step Up to Reinforce Values During Police Academy Training
Part 1: The Power of a Single Officer to Influence Police Race Relations
Part 2: Selma - The Nashville Connection and The Long Path to Change
Columbus Police Want to Earn Community’s Trust and Respect
Philadelphia Police Commissioner: This Is a Defining Moment for Our Profession
Milwaukee Police Chief: Officers Are Depressed by the Current Climate
Leaders Step Up to Reinforce Values During Police Academy Training
Learner’s Marketplace
Start Anywhere, Go Everywhere
Street View
Looking Back – Why They Do It
Major Cities Chiefs Association
Making Leadership Count: Alternative Partnerships/Structures
Analysis of Two Child Trauma Response Partnerships in North Carolina
Making Peel’s Principle #6 Real
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
Full Case
Milwaukee Police Chief: Officers Are Depressed by the Current Climate
My Transition from Assistant Chief to Chief
Organization of the Future I (2012)
Organizational Culture Eats Policy for Lunch
Organizational Transformation in the Madison Police Department (The History of...)
Origin of the Project audio
An Overview of the Approach
Peel’s First Principle
Peel’s Principles Today?
Peel’s First Principle
Rethinking Peel’s Principle #5
Making Peel’s Principle #6 Real
A Tenth Peelian Principle?
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
What we Learned
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Philadelphia Police Commissioner: This Is a Defining Moment for Our Profession
Police Executive Research Forum
Police Leaders of the Future audio
Police Organizations
Police-Prosecutor Dialogue
Policing in the 21st Century: Leadership Challenges and New Realities
Communications
Gun Policy
Immigration
Private Security
Power of a Single Officer to Influence Police Race Relations (Part 1: The)
Private Security
Problem Solving & The Law 
Introduction
Police Organizations
Prosecution Organizations
Police-Prosecutor Dialogues
Problem-Solving Policing: Organizational Transformation in the Madison Police Department
Prosecution Organizations
Public Service in the Organization of the Future: A Model
Rethinking Peel’s Principle #5
Re-thinking the way We Develop Leaders
Right Time (The) audio
Role of the Leader at the Top, The
Seattle, Washington
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
Full Case
Selecting the Next Generation of Police Chiefs
Selma - The Nashville Connection and The Long Path to Change (Part 2:)
Shaping a New Environment – The Learner’s Marketplace (with graphic)
Speaking Out on Policing and Leadership Challenges audio
Tenth Peelian Principle (A)?
To Dance or Not To Dance
Using Technology to Engage the Community: Affinity Cards
Voices from the Project Audios
1. Origin of the Project
2. A Different Approach
3. The Right Time
4. The Work is Changing
5. Police Leaders of the Future
6. Interconnectedness of Policing
7. Change that Works
Welcome video
Women in Policing
Work is Changing (The) audio
Work of Policing Video Forum
Peel’s First Principle
Rethinking Peel’s Principle #5
Making Peel’s Principle #6 Real
A 10th Peelian Principle?
Beyond Partnerships
Women in Policing
“If I Only Knew Then …”
To Dance or Not To Dance
Yale Law School: 5 Cities, 5 Cases
Five Police Departments Building Trust and Collaboration – Yale Law School
Executive Summary
Charlotte-Mecklengerg, North Carolina
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
Full Case
High Point, North Carolina
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
Full Case
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
Full Case
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
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Seattle, Washington
What we Learned
Short Version of the Case
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