A New Resource for Strategic Policing

My training partner Liz O’Connor and I developed a “how-to” for the IACP on police-corrections partnerships.  IACP has just issued it.  It’s entitled “Police-Corrections Partnerships: Collaborating for Strategic Crime Control.”  We believe it might be especially useful in the current environment when, in the words if Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, we are all “trying to do better with less.”  Police and corrections personnel all manage the same players.  When we manage them together we get big results in crime deterrence.  The whole is routinely greater than the sum of its parts.



About stephenomeara

My name is Jim Jordan. I have had the privilege of working with the Boston Police Department and hundreds more departments over my nearly 30-year career in police administration and city government. I am now teaching and consulting independently at www.sergeantsleadership.org. I have learned the best of what I know from the thousands of smart, dedicated and ethical police personnel and scholars who have guided me along the way. My address is named for the great Reform commissioner of the Boston Police at the turn of the 20th century. Commissioner O'Meara died just a short while before the Strike in 1919. He was replaced by a vicious puppet (of Gov. Coolidge) named Edwin U. Curtis. Had O'Meara lived events may have turned out quite differently.
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