In this month’s Chiefly Speaking:

Chiefly Speaking March 2021

  • President Timothy Parisi and Executive Director Patrick Phelan discuss some concerning legislative proposals that could seriously affect public safety
  • Gordon Graham’s Real Risk Management column explores asset forfeiture – a good tool when used properly, but be careful…
  • NYSACOP Members Appointed to Accreditation Council
  • Take our survey for police information needs: each response (up to 500) provides a $5 donation to NY LEAP by Blue 360°Media
  • A subway slasher is one of the latest incidents drawing attention to the ‘defund the police’ narrative – read our exclusive interview with the NYC Detective’s Endowment Association President
  • Several traffic safety items including a new “P” Memo, webinars, and your ‘Traffic Safety Take-Out Menu’
  • Webinar Opportunities: Blue360° Media/NYSACOP on the NYS Law Enforcement Handbook – a comprehensive resource for law enforcement; Leadership with Chief/Ret. Greg Veitch; Media Basics with Capt. Jeff Rinaldo (Buffalo PD)
  • Looking Back on our NYSACOP History – check out the portraits of Police Chiefs in 1914 from Mohawk, Watervliet, Johnstown, Schenectady, Herkimer and Amsterdam

QUESTION: In our Looking Back historical retrospective, what is the name of the Police Chief in the 1914 photograph from Mohawk, NY? The first correct answer receives the New York State Law Enforcement Handbook eBook from Blue360° Media – send your response HERE. (one winner per edition; no more than one prize per winner within six months)

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