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Police Chief, Volume 80, Issue 1, January 2013

NCJ Number
Police Chief Volume: 80 Issue: 1 Dated: January 2013 Pages: 1-68
Date Published
January 2013
68 pages
This January 2013 issue of The Police Chief contains six feature articles.
This issue contains six feature articles: 1) Product Feature: Mobile Command Centers of Today discusses features the various uses of mobile command center; 2) The Growing Need for Independent Research and Analysis to Aid Chiefs in Evaluating Public Safety Consolidation Models discusses consolidating departments to cross-train as public safety officers in fire, police, and medical services; 3) Training for Change examines Bloom's Taxonomy as a training model for law enforcement; 4) The Indonesian National Police Standardized Emergency Management System Conception to Implementation discusses the Standardized Emergency Management System adopted by the Indonesian National Police; 5) E-Learning in the Equivalency Academy examines a hybrid learning model that uses sound educational techniques to improve skill areas for law enforcement; and 6) 2012 IACP Awards highlights awards presented at the 119th Annual IACP Conference. There are six columns: President's Message: Your Pivotal Role in IACP Membership Growth; 2) Legislative Alert: IACP-Endorsed Child Protection ACT of 2012 Passes in Congress, Seeks Signature from President; 3) Chief's Counsel: Essential Job Functions, Disabling Conditions and the Americans with Disabilities Act; 4) Research in Brief: Recent Findings on Police Foot Pursuits; 5) Officer Safety Corner: Colonels Wear Vests, Too; and 6) From the Director Law Enforcement and Behavioral Health, Working Together. Departments include: Advances and Applications, New Members, Product Updates, Technology Talk, Index to Advertisers, and Highway Safety Initiatives