Winning at low cost

Thoughts on Policing a Free Society: Our Failure to Concern Ourselves...

..."Our failure to concern ourselves sufficiently with the ambiguity in the police function and with the other conflicting pressures brought to bear upon the police has substantially reduced the potential effectiveness of the most common proposals for improving police operations. Beyond this, the continuing need for compromise that these pressures have create makes police officers unusually vulnerable to criticism, pressing them to take shelter in the police subculture.

We All Lose When it's Us Verses Them!

In this powerful WINx talk, retired Superintendent in Chief Daniel Linskey of the Boston Police Department talks about law enforcement relationships with the community and within our organizations. Chief Linskey was the incident commander for Boston PD during the city's response to the Boston Marathon Bombing and understands the meaning of community engagement.

His message: We all lose when it's us verses them!

Hand in Hand Project, a new initiative promoting dialogue and interaction between local police officers and young people

My Chief sent this Hand To Hand Program out to everyone tonight in our department. This video is so cool and moving. Perfect in my mind for Thanksgiving!

Warriors vs. Praetorian Guard – Which Mindset Fits You Best? By Mike Ox

It’s been said, and I agree, that we are in the early stages of a renaissance of the warrior mindset.

This is due in part to the fact that we’re 14 years into the Global War on Terror, part due to movies, TV, and novels, and part because of the fact that computers and the internet have paved the way for the collection and analysis of large amounts of post-incident data that used to be impossible.

The refinements in training, tactics, and techniques have created an unprecedented number of warrior minds which has resulted in countless lives saved in battle.

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