Who Decides What Is Sacred?

Who Decides What Is Sacred?

On Wednesday of this week the City of Ferguson, Mo., acted on a decision. Who made that decision, I'm not sure, but I do wonder how other cops are going to feel about it: A plaque and metallic likeness of Michael Brown was installed by a city crew near the spot where the 18-year-old ...
Webinar: The Guardian-Leader

Webinar: The Guardian-Leader

The Guardian-Leader: Creating the culture of success in your agency Date: Monday, June 1st Time: 1pm CST Instructed by: Lt. Jim Glennon Register Here This webinar will examine police culture and leadership, with the goal of helping you—regardless of your rank—become an agent for ...
Always Someone Else’s Fault

Always Someone Else’s Fault

Let’s stay on the Baltimore situation for a moment. After all, the new attorney general of the U.S. has announced that the Department of Justice will be opening an investigation into that city's police. Baltimore is a perfect example—a microcosm of the bigger national picture that's ...
Own It

Own It

Cops are always the bad guys. I’m getting real tired of this same old song. Real tired. I’ve written about it many, many times. Law enforcement officers in Baltimore have been described as heartless, brutal, racists, and murderers. People who have no regard for human lives. They ...
Baltimore: A Failure of Leadership

Baltimore: A Failure of Leadership

All hell has broken loose in Baltimore. Everyone is pointing fingers. According to some of the loudest voices in the community, the police started this with their heavy-handed enforcement: it’s the cop’s fault. According to the police, it’s the protester’s fault because the ...

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