Is there a leadership problem in law enforcement?

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Post by NHGF [Feed] » Fri May 10, 2019 2:10 pm

Author: Policing Matters Podcast
Download this week's episode on iTunes, SoundCloud or via RSS feed During the annual conference of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA) in St. Louis, Policing Matters podcast co-host Doug Wyllie roamed the hallways and ran into countless law enforcement trainers and experts, some of whom were willing to sit down and talk about what they're teaching and what they're learning. In this podcast segment, Doug sits down with PoliceOne Contributor Tim Barfield to talk about law enforcement leadership—specifically the failure of leadership to stand up for police officers following a critical incident. LEARN MORE Trickle-down leadership: When officers become the boss How faux collaboration stymies community policing efforts Here's what keeps rank and file officers up at night Lessons in leadership: They call you a leader, but is anyone following you? Why do good cops turn into bad leaders?

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