Guest Post

Fire Nobody! by Dave Smith

I have been following Dave Smith and his police advice for more than 30 years. It is sound advice I know every cop can learn from. This piece hits on an important topic "taking responsibility" I have often been heard stating, that in, in my fantasy police department those that worked there would take JOY in RESPONSIBILITY. Actually long for responsibility. Crave it! After-all talking about officer safety is just that...Talk. We can and must do better! Don't let Officer Nobody be you! Here is the piece in its entirety:

 

8 Tips to Keep Your Home Wireless Network Secure From Hackers: a guest post from Wichly Cazeau

We all know to well the important information we keep on our PC, laptop, smartphone or tablets. Credit card numbers, online transactions statements, home address and phone numbers. The list can be endless!

It has never been more important these days to make sure our wireless networks are secure. We've come up with some tips to help you keep your network and your information safe from hackers online.

First thing is, know how your wireless network works. Many home PC networks have a router with a wireless component.

On Being a Guardian, a Watchman, The Police by Lawrence Lujan

I have been living this calling some 24 years now, and every day, I am proud to be a part of this profession. I have been spit on, shot at, punched, kicked, scratched and stabbed at. I have been threatened, had the lives of my family threatened and have felt the fear of being solo and jumped by a family of three; of being attacked by someone larger, heavier and intent on doing me harm.

Guest Post: High Courts Force Officers To Individually Decide Their Duties

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It was March 16, 1975 when one of the most terrifying stories of violence occurred. Most would not believe happened in America.

Want to get better and be safer? Debrief!

Several months back I discussed in a blog post the importance of debriefing or after action review (AAR) and how we must become more deliberate, more disciplined, and more thorough in our approach to learning and teaching.

As cops, we often cry loudly about the lack of training in our profession. I am guilty of it myself.

BEING A LEADER: FIND IT IN YOU By William Lester

Being a leader takes action and self-motivation. A leader isn’t born over night and it may take someone months, years, or a life time to find what type of leader they should be. For those of us who have the motivation and drive to be a leader or those who want to be a leader, we must find what works for us. There are those lucky ones out there who just do what comes natural and it works for them, but for others we need to research and find what has worked and try to adapt a few of those tools to find out which ones work for us.

Growing Leaders Who Practice Mission Command and Win the Peace, Lt. Col. Douglas A. Pryer, U.S. Army

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“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” ~F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby

A Philosophy’s German Birth and American Adoption

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