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APB 160 Sex Offender Management Best Practices

A series of podcasts from the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police on managing sex offenders in the community. Topics include policy, community notification, enforcement and more.

2016-06-22

APB 159 Sex Offender Management ESTOP

A series of podcasts from the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police on managing sex offenders in the community. Topics include policy, community notification, enforcement and more.

2016-06-22

APB 158 Sex Offender Management Enforcement

A series of podcasts from the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police on managing sex offenders in the community. Topics include policy, community notification, enforcement and more.

2016-06-22

APB 157 Sex Offender Management Community Notification

A series of podcasts from the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police on managing sex offenders in the community. Topics include policy, community notification, enforcement and more.

2016-06-22

APB 156 Sex Offender Management Monitoring

A series of podcasts from the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police on managing sex offenders in the community. Topics include policy, community notification, enforcement and more.

2016-06-22

APB 155 Sex Offender Management Policy

A series of podcasts from the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police on managing sex offenders in the community. Topics include policy, community notification, enforcement and more.

2016-06-22

APB 154 Condoms: Not Evidence of Prostitution

An amendment to the criminal procedure law prohibits police from considering possession of condoms as cause to arrest for certain prostitution and loitering offenses. Funded by a grant from the NYS Dept. of Health AIDS Institute.

2015-11-30

APB 153 Ignition Interlock Devices in New York State

A comprehensive overview of Ignition Interlock Devices - how they appear, how they work, common circumvention tactics, and enforcement guidance for New York State police officers. Produced by the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police and funded by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration with a grant from the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee.

2015-10-10

APB 152 Terrorism Today

Dr. Harvey Kushner is the Director of Homeland Security and Terrorism Institute at Long Island University. He discusses the nature of the threat of terrorism in today's world. He explains the role of law enforcement and offers advice for police leaders in staying vigilant.

2015-10-02

APB 151 Syringe Programs in New York State

Former Police Chief Mark Spawn discusses harm reduction, syringe programs, changes in state law, Naloxone, and the Good Samaritan Law.

2016-03-24

APB 150 The Webster Tragedy

Chief Gerald Pickering (Ret.) describes the events of December 24, 2012 in Webster, NY in which firefighters were ambushed by a sniper.

2015-07-06

APB 149 Body Worn Cameras

An overview of police body worn cameras, technologies, considerations, and policy. There are several considerations when it comes to implementing a body-worn camera program in your department. Features, functionality, storage and policy are among the issues that need to be addressed.

2015-07-06

APB 148 Free Webinars for Police

American Military University offers free webinars for law enforcement on contemporary issues. AMU Associate VP Jeffrey Kuhn (Business Development/Public Safety) explained that they understand the challenges faced by today’s police and try to fill in the gaps through resources such as their webinar program. He said, “Many agencies view it as an opportunity to secure in-service training credit.” James Deater, one of AMU’s trainers is also interviewed. To learn more about the AMU webinars, go to inpublicsafety.com

2014-11-23

APB 147 Ebola and Police

Dr. Fabrice Czarnecki discusses the Ebola threat and the role of law enforcement. Recorded in October 2014 at the IACP Conference in Orlando, Florida.

2014-11-23

APB 146 Medical Guidelines for Law Enforcement Officers

Dr. Fabrice Czarnecki is a member and Past Chairman of the IACP Police Phsyician’s Section. He discusses updated medical guidelines for police.

2014-11-23

APB 145 Officer Survival

Dr. Fabrice Czarnecki talks about the use of body armor, seat belts and training for survival. Recorded in October 2014 at the IACP Conference in Orlando, Florida.

2014-11-23

APB 144 Talk to People

Inspector/Ret. Tim Hardiman (NYPD) has one piece of advice for cops: learn how to talk to people. He stresses active listening skills and rapport building, among other strategies, to elicit confessions and obtain information. This video is part of the Legacy series of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police – interviews with police leaders sharing their experiences, insight and advice.

2014-11-20

APB 143 The Important Work We Do

Inspector/Ret. Tim Hardiman (NYPD) discusses the critical work of the police. He reflects on an investigation of a serial rapist. Hardiman’s message, each time we lock up a violent criminal, we might be saving someone else from becoming a victim. This video is part of the Legacy series of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police – interviews with police leaders sharing their experiences, insight and advice.

2014-11-20

APB 142 Helping People, Making Cases

Inspector/Ret. Tim Hardiman (NYPD) hates bullies and loves locking up bad guys. He talks about the arrest of a man who raped a prostitute at gunpoint and the discovery of another victim of the same perpetrator. Hardiman also talks about technology in policing and that we will always need officers to arrest the bad guys, collect evidence, interview victims and interrogate suspects. This video is part of the Legacy series of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police – interviews with police leaders sharing their experiences, insight and advice.

2014-11-20

APB 141 Teamwork and the Community

Supt. (Ret.) Jody Weis (Chicago PD) remembers a notorious case during his time at the FBI. The investigation of Islamic extremists who wanted to kill soldiers at Fort Dix all started when a concerned citizen called in suspicious behavior.

2014-11-21

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