In the February edition of Chiefly Speaking:

  • President Tim Parisi discusses the Capitol riots with an examination of two New York State residents who have been charged with federal crimes;
  • Executive Director Patrick Phelan highlights some of the Governor’s legislative agenda which includes changes to MPTC, Accreditation, and monitoring of local police agencies at their own expense – a must read!
  • Podcast released: Listen to an interview with Assistant Chief Rudolph Hall of the NYS Attorney General’s (A/G) Office of Special Investigations and Prosecutions as he talks about the expanded jurisdiction of the A/G’s office starting April 1st into any death caused by law enforcement;
  • A Heavy Price: The Consequences for Travel Expense Fraud is the topic for Gordon Graham’s column in the Real Risk Management series;
  • The First Responder Wellness and Suicide Awareness podcast series is available for police, fire, EMS and 911 Telecommunicators. Colleagues describe their personal experiences with stress, looking for warning signs, peer counseling, certified first responder counselors, and more.
  • Looking Back – we share some more photographs of NYSACOP members from 1914. Check out the Chiefs from Auburn, Fulton, Troy, Niagara Falls, Elmira, and Little Falls.

Be sure to share all of the important information from this month’s Chiefly Speaking with all of your staff!

To view the February 2021 Chiefly Speaking Newsletter, CLICK HERE