In Celebration of the 900th Post!


“To stay in place is to fall behind!”

unknownToday’s post celebrates the 5th year since “Improving Police” has been launched into cyberspace. During those five years there have been 900 posts written on a variety of subjects that are relevant to both police and community leaders. There are now over 2,300 followers, and the site has logged nearly 400,00 visits from police and citizens in over 130 countries.

I want to thank my followers as well as those of you who occasionally visit. This blog is dedicated to helping police improve and the best way to do that is to ask and listen to those whom you serve. Continuous improvement is not only possible, but absolutely necessary in today’s world.

Simply put, to stay in place is to fall behind. Here’s to good policing!

Top 7 Posts Last Week:

  1. Principles of Leadership

  2. Why Police Matter

  3. How a Traffic Offense Can Be a Ticket to Prison

  4. Performance Evals: Dump or Keep?

  5. Making Choices: The Moral Aspects of Policing

  6. What Should We Expect From Our Police Officers?

  7. Chief, What’s Next? I’m Glad You Asked