Connecting The People and Police Gap

Police Ethos:The Warrior and Guardian Mindset Are They Not One In the Same?

Over the last several years there has been much discussion in policing on the terms warrior and guardian or I should say, warrior verses guardian. The political climate and or political correctness from both inside and outside policing has clouded and created much uncertainty, that puts both police and those they serve in danger. For generations, police have trained, fought crime and violence and died because of what some men did contrary to our way of life. The American way of life.

Break It Down Show Podcast: Better Understanding Policing and Why it Matters

Another great show and my 3rd visit with Jon and Pete from the Break It Down Show as we discuss what helps us to better understand policing, how and why we do it. Seriously great show, Jon and Pete are incredible interviewers and we have a LOT of ground to cover still Check out the show, and as always, please do share.

Herman Goldstein, Fundamental Objectives of Policing: Are They Relevant Today? I Say Yes!

The fundamental objectives of policing (also referred to as the mission of the police or the core functions of policing) are the ultimate purposes for which police agencies have been created. Goldstein was one of a number of scholars who recognized and articulated the breadth and complexity of the police mission. He synthesized the understanding of the multiple objectives of the police in his seminal work; Policing a Free Society, a precursor to his writings on problem oriented policing.

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