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Are You a Quality Leader?

Begin your transformation here:


1. Believe in, foster, and support teamwork.

Teamwork is working together—working to solve crimes and conduct investigations, as well as to resolve problems that arise at work or in the community. 2,369 more words


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Leadership in Action!

Leading From the Front  

Retired police officer John Mutz recently reported from Washington where a group of police officers have travelled in order to provide input on improving our nation’s police. 340 more words


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Photo Coverage of Caravana 43 Events in Washington DC

This week, the #Ayotzi43DC organizing committee for the Caravana 43 in Washington DC hosted a series of panel discussions and protests leading up to the 6 month mark since the September 26, 2014 attack on Ayotzinapa normalista students in Guerrero, Mexico. 807 more words

Human Rights

The Returning Prisoner and the Future of Work

By: Malcolm C. Young

Position Paper

“In 2010, a Soros Justice Fellowship at the Bluhm Legal Clinic at Northwestern University School of Law gave me an opportunity to devise innovative strategies by which returning prisoners could be better prepared for a competitive, changing world of work. 36 more words

Criminal Justice/Criminology