FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin - June 2016

Listing of content published in the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin in June 2016.

Results: 8 Items

  • June 8, 2016

    Leadership Spotlight: Helium vs. Helicopter

    While micromanagers control every aspect of their workforce, helium managers use effective leadership skills to fill their employees with knowledge and imagination.

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  • June 8, 2016

    Community Outreach Spotlight: Cops and Clergy Breakfast

    In the Cops and Clergy Breakfast created by the Galveston Police Department, officers and local clergy members dine together while addressing community issues and seeking cooperative solutions.

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  • June 8, 2016

    New Technology Benefits Law Enforcement by Tracking Sidearm Use

    A new technology immediately notifies dispatch when a weapon is drawn and assistance is necessary.

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  • June 8, 2016

    International Efforts by Police Leadership to Combat Human Trafficking

    Law enforcement agencies would benefit from a framework establishing transnational collaboration to combat trafficking.

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  • June 8, 2016

    Watertown, New York, Police Department

    In April 1998 the Watertown, New York, Police Department adopted a new shoulder patch coinciding with its research into the city’s past. In the center of the patch is Watertown’s seal, which depicts the Black River, paper mills and factories formerly located along the river bank, and an old steel footbridge.

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  • June 8, 2016

    Truro, Massachusetts, Police Department

    The town of Truro, Massachusetts, was incorporated in 1709 after being settled nine years earlier by British colonists from the nearby town of Eastham. The area was visited in 1620 by the pilgrims from Plymouth colony on their way to establishing a permanent settlement in the New World. This scene is depicted on the Truro town seal, which is featured on the service patch of the Truro Police Department.

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  • June 8, 2016

    Bulletin Notes: 6/8/2016

    Officer Pat Hopkins, Corporal Brett Kikendall, and Corporal Kevin Clinton of the Gainesville, Florida Police Department together saved the life of an adult woman with a disability who was trapped in a house fire.

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  • June 8, 2016

    Photo from the Archives: August 1965

    This photo appeared in the August 1965 issue in an article titled “Improve Your Department’s Image—With a Good Annual Report.” The caption read, “Information relating to humane treatment of animals and the department’s work with children adds appeal and public interest to annual reports.”

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