COPS is the office of the U.S. Department of Justice that advances the practice of community policing in America’s state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies.
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June, 2013 - Critical Response Technical Assistance
In this podcast, James “Chips” Stewart, Senior Fellow for Law Enforcement at the CNA Corporation, discusses critical response technical assistance. Read More...
June, 2013 - Policing Partnerships
In this podcast, Scott Sotebeer, former Chief of Staff for the King County (Washington) Sheriff’s Office discusses the Sheriff’s Office partnerships with the Muckleshoot Indian tribe. Read More...
June, 2013 - Tribal Community Policing
In this podcast Chief Bob Bryant, of the Penobscot Nation Police Department, discusses how the Penobscot Nation Police Department is advancing community policing. Read More...
June, 2013 - Tribal Interoperability
In this podcast, Chief Bill Denke, Sycuan Tribal Police Department, discusses tribal law enforcement partnerships. Read More...
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