To make a real impact with community policing, the police have to change the minds and views of people who don’t like them. It is easy to Read More
I’ve been thinking about Law Enforcement leaders lately and thought back to 2013 when I had the distinct honor of introducing the Reality Check Program to Chiefs of Police and representatives from all over the world at the IACP (International Association of Chiefs of Police) Ethics Committee in Plano, Texas at the Institute for Law Enforcement Administration.
The Institute for Law Enforcement Administration is a training facility used to host Judges, Prosecutors, Public Defenders. Lawyers, Law Enforcement officials and colleges for training and education. Director Dr. T. Neil Moore and Associate Director Dr. Daniel T. Primozic run a Read More »
Policing is the most important job a Mayor / City Manager will ever have. Policing saves lives, prevents crime, solves crimes, keeps order, increases property values, and brings new citizens and businesses to an area.
How does a Mayor / City Manager address policing in his or her city?
The first and most important thing is, they hire the right Chief of Police with the same policing philosophy and then give him or her all the tools and support necessary to accomplish the most important job in any city.
The Mayor / City Manager stays in close contact with the Chief and they get the community involved.
What does the Chief of Police do?
Having a Police Chief who is always out there and not sitting behind a desk is the #1 job of the Chief. I call it “24/7 Leadership”. Since working with police departments since 2008 the two most impressive departments are the Lake Saint Louis PD, Chief Mike Force and Chief Chris DiGiuseppi and the Fort Lauderdale PD, Chief Frank Adderley and Chief Rick Maglione.
I used to see Chief Adderley everywhere, all times of the day and night. He would show up at Read More »
All 45 U.S. Presidents give great inspirational quotes
- George Washington – “Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for ’tis better to be alone than in bad company.”
- John Adams – “To be good, and to do good, is all we have to do.”
- Thomas Jefferson – “Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.”
On December 9, 2018 Gregory Lloyd Edwards, a 38-year-old combat veteran with PTSD was acting erratically at a Walmart and the police were called. (Rightfully so) Gregory Edwards was arrested and taken to the Brevard County jail and ended up dead.
The full story is in the Florida Today newspaper. Click Here
Gregory Lloyd Edwards served our country as a United States Army medic in Iraq and Kosovo. Gregory served his country and came home with a serious disability, PTSD. What really happened to Gregory at the jail?
To find out what really happened to Gregory Edwards you need an Read More »