Digest the Book, Pass it On @50% Off!

Here’s your chance to get Arrested Development at 50% off the $15.00 price this holiday season. At these savings, I suggest you to pass the book on — to a police officer, chief, or other folks who are interested in police improvement. Get the book  HERE and use this 50% discount code: B28BHNR4   See my interview […]

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Improvement in Los Angeles

POLICE ARE LEARNING! I was encouraged by the recent actions of the LAPD regarding a protest in their city regarding the decision of the St. Louis County Grand Jury regarding the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson. I know that it seems to some of you I have overplay the negative actions of police and […]

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Five Reforms From Seattle

Seattle City Council President and Former Police Officer: Five Key Post-Ferguson Police Reforms [U.S. history plays a powerful role in shaping the reactions to police power. But if we understand how we arrived here, our nation’s police can plan a better future. The following article was written by Tim Burgess, president of the Seattle City […]

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The Case For Apology: A Video

This is a video I put together to try and explain the necessity of a nation-wide apology by past and present police and their leaders to begin the healing process and the restoration of trust between police and communities of color.

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Let’s Talk About Race

(A 14-minute video) Let us deeply listen to this powerful piece… And then go out and do what we know we have to do! No longer color blind, but “color brave!”

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The Case For Apology

Trusting Police: The Case for Apology From a Veteran Police Chief David C. Couper A number of years ago when I was chief of police in Madison, Wisconsin one of my officers made a terrible mistake. It was an unconscious remark that could have severely undermined the trust we had built over the years with […]

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What is Community-Oriented, Collaborative Policing?

Ever wonder what I am talking about when I mention community-oriented policing? Well, here’s a good, real-life example. The following is from a recent interview with a Madison police officer who is assigned to a city high school. While he assigned as a school resource officer (or ERO, Educational Resources Officer), I maintain the work he […]

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Alan Colmes Interview: Fox Radio

Hear my interview last night with Alan Colmes out of New York City. We covered the “waterfront!”         Interview on Fox Radio with Alan Colmes

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It’s Time to Apologize in Order to Move Forward

It’s time for apology and dismantling the domination system.                 CLICK HERE to hear my recent interview with Joy Cardin during her morning call-in show on Wisconsin Public Radio

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Top Five Posts Last Week

  Top Posts From The Past Week 1.   Practicing the “Madison Method” in Ferguson 2.   The Importance of Civility 3.   What Must Be Done Now 4.   Why Police Matter 5.   Making Choices: The Moral Aspects of Policing

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