The e-newsletter of the COPS Office | Volume 1 | Issue 11 | November 2008

Combat Deployment Affects Police
Officers Returning to Work

On Veterans Day, thousands of police officers across the country take part in events to honor and respect the men and women who have served in the military. Read More

Lancashire Wins the Goldstein Award Again

trophy For several years, attendees at the annual Problem-Oriented Policing (POP) Conference have become familiar with the Lancashire Constabulary in the United Kingdom. Since 2003, problem-solving projects... Read More

COPS Follows Up on the Fuel Costs Challenge

Six months ago, the Community Policing Dispatch published an article about the problem-solving challenge faced by law enforcement in this county caused by the dramatic increases in fuel costs during the last 2 years. Read More

311 Helps Support the Republican National Convention

neighborhood watch sign This past September Minnesotans rolled out the red carpet to welcome Republicans attending their National Convention. Nearly 45,000 delegates, guests, visitors, and media converged on the Twin Cities... Read More

COPS Office Announces FY2008 Grant Awards

The COPS Office recently announced grant awards under our hiring, school safety, tribal, and child sexual predator... Read More

Community Policing Nugget:
The Role of Technology in Community Policing

Power Switch Technology can be leveraged in specific ways to enhance the implementation of the community policing philosophy. Technology can increase the effectiveness... Read More

New From COPS

This report examines issues concerning police officers’ transition back to work after combat zone deployment. Topics include the psychological effects of combat deployment, methods that may lessen the severity of combat stress experienced... Read More

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