In the April edition of Chiefly Speaking:

 

  • President Timothy Parisi discusses some of the radical proposals before the State Legislature and asks for your support in approaching elected officials
  • Executive Director Patrick Phelan provides highlights of the NYSACOP 2021 Annual Training Conference
  • Special Bulletin: NYSACOP releases a statement over Ithaca’s police reform and the appointment of a cop-killer as part of the reform committee
  • In Real Risk Management, Gordon Graham talks about grant funds and reminds us that nothing in life is free..
  • NYSACOP President Appointed to MPTC
  • A good deed does not go unnoticed in Utica
  • In Nick Macherone’s final traffic column (after writing more than 160 over the past 14 years), read about several traffic safety items including webinars, and your ‘Traffic Safety Take-Out Menu’
  • Looking Back on our NYSACOP History – check out the portraits of Police Chiefs in 1914 from Lackawanna, Middletown, Glens Falls, Kingston, Olean, and Oneida

QUESTION: In our story about Utica PD, what television show inspired two of Officer Schultz’s youngest fans to learn about the good work of police officers? The first correct answer receives the New York State Law Enforcement Handbook eBook from Blue360° Media – send your response HERE or to [email protected]. (one winner per edition; no more than one prize per winner within six months)

CLICK HERE to read the April 2021 edition of Chiefly Speaking!