Leadership Ideas, Information and News

Saturday, August 26, 2006

Global Alert Map

The global alert map, operated by the National Association of Radio-Distress Signaling and Infocommunications, Havaria Emergency and Disaster Information Services, Budapest Hungary, provides a fantastic near-real-time recap of world-wide events; everything from terrorist attacks in Turkey to an algae bloom in an Oregon lake.

Global Alert Map
http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert.php?lang=eng

There is also a hyperlink to the map from the blog at
www.terrorism-online.blogspot.com

Raymond
www.police-writers.com

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Eleven tactics improve your interview score

1. BE THAT PERSON
2. SHINE OR DIE
3. KILL THE BEAST
4. RECON NOW
5. DON’T LIE – PRETEND
6. KSA OR ELSE
7. SMOKE ‘EM OUT
8. RECOGNIZE, DON’T MEMORIZE
9. IT AIN’T WALL PAPER
10. CLOSE ‘EM OUT
11. THE RAMBLING MAN

Read the article at:
http://www.criminaljustice-online.com/forum9/354.html

Thursday, August 03, 2006

International Association of Chiefs of Police

According to the International Association of Chiefs of Police, IACP, “If you take it seriously and commit yourself to being the best leader and most effective follower you can become, leadership development is a lifelong process. Continue to seek out opportunities to participate in formal leadership training, strive for increased leadership roles and responsibilities, and keep reading!”

Leaders from large and small Police Departments, like the Los Angeles Police Department, the New York City Police Department, or the West Covina Police Department, can benefit from personal development and study.

Police Department Leadership is organized according to leadership position
Level One: Service Deliver Providers/Followers
Level Two: Small-Unit Leaders
Level Three: Organizational Leaders
Level Four: Executive Leaders

View the IACP’s List