Nine Policing Principles

By Terry Baxter, Law Enforcement and Safety Specialist In 1829, Sir Robert Peel established the London Metropolitan Police Force based at Scotland Yard. He became known as the “Father of Modern Policing.” Peel is believed to have contributed to the first set of...

Maintaining Fitness

By Terry Baxter, Law Enforcement and Safety Specialist The Law enforcement and correction officer occupation is an unpredictable environment and has a lot of physically demands. Due to these factors, officers are at a higher risk of sustaining on the job injuries more...

Keeping Up the Precautions-COVID

By Terry Baxter, Law Enforcement and Safety Specialist I have covered this topic several times throughout this past year, but I see from traveling the state that not everyone agrees with the restrictions implemented, or maybe they think they are invincible, so I think...

Committed to Safety

By Terry Baxter, Law Enforcement and Safety Specialist Earlier this year I wrote about line of duty deaths, and due to the recent tragic event that occurred this past month involving the death of Lincoln Police Investigator Luis “Mario” Herrera I thought while it was...

Unbiased Policing

By Terry Baxter, Law Enforcement and Safety Specialist By now everyone should be aware Governor Ricketts signed into law LB 924 that addresses many requirements to prevent racial profiling from occurring within the State of Nebraska. The key component of the new...

Duty to Intervene

By Terry Baxter, Law Enforcement and Safety Specialist Law enforcement agencies are reviewing and making changes to their use of force policies in light of the recent events involving excessive force and the aftermath that followed the death of George Floyd. One...
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