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I A C P IACP’s Youth Focused Policing Resource Center Is Launched N E W S enforcement officials; and comprehensive information and resources relating to youth crime, delinquency, and victimization. To learn more, visit http://www v The IACP, in partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, launched the Youth Focused Policing Resource Center at the 118th Annual IACP Conference in Chicago, Illinois, October 22–26. The Youth Focused Policing Resource Center website provides law enforcement with a directory of law enforcement programs and services for youth; training and technical assistance opportunities in juvenile justice; information on IACP resources; a searchable resource library of sample documents; a secure discussion forum for law From left, Jeff Slowikowski, acting administrator, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, U.S. Department of Justice; IACP President Walter McNeil, chief of police, Quincy, Florida, Police Department; and Dr. Anthony Schembri, chair, IACP Juvenile Justice Committee, and secretary (retired), Florida Department of Juvenile Justice, Tallahassee, Florida Line of Duty Deaths “They will be remembered—not for the way they died, but for how they lived.” The IACP wishes to acknowledge the following officers, who made the ultimate sacrifice for their communities and the people they served. We extend our prayers and deepest sympathies to their families, friends, and colleagues. Detective John M. Falcone Poughkeepsie, New York, Police Department Date of Death: February 18, 2011 Length of Service: 18 years, 5 months Trooper Frederick F. Guthrie Jr. Missouri State Highway Patrol Date of Death: August 1, 2011 Length of Service: 17 years, 7 months Corporal John “Johnny” Ray Kendall Louisiana Department of Public Safety Date of Death: August 9, 2011 Length of Service: 22 years (with agency) Public Safety Officer Trevor P. Slot Walker, Michigan, Police Department Date of Death: October 13, 2011 Length of Service: 16 years Patrolman Joseph Wargo Mount Arlington, New Jersey, Police Department Date of Death: October 16, 2011 Length of Service: 10 years The Public Safety Officers’ Benefits Office at the Bureau of Justice Assistance, U.S. Department of Justice, provides benefits to survivors of fallen law enforcement officers and disability benefits to officers catastrophically injured in the line of duty. For information or to file a claim, visit 100 THE POLICE CHIEF/DECEMBER 2011

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Police Chief - December 2011

President’s Message: The Time for a National Commission Has Come
Legislative Alert: National Criminal Justice Commission Legislation Falls Short of Passage
IACP Foundation: Fueled Up to Fund the Foundation: Harley-Davidson Raffle Kicked Off at Conference
Chief’s Counsel: Postincident Video Review
From the Assistant Director: The U.S. Secret Service Partners with State, Local, and International Law Enforcement to Pursue the World’s Most Wanted Cybercriminals
Advances & Applications
Taking the Straw Man to the Ground: Arguments in Support of the Linear Use-of-Force Continuum
How Police Can Use Hospital Laws to Speed Processing in Hospital Emergency Departments
On Choosing the Right Operational Police Physician
Report of the 118th Annual IACP Conference: Chicago
Board of Officers
General Assemblies
IACP Business
Exhibit Hall
Special Events
Thank You, Chicago
Life Members
New Members
Exhibitor Update
Intelligence-Led Policing: The Future Is Now
“Just a Volunteer”: Supporting An Agency’s Volunteer Program through Difficult Times
Providing Effective Policing for Aboriginal Communities
The IACP and Alcatel-Lucent Present International and Domestic Police Officer of the Year Awards
2011 Author Index
2011 Subject Index
Technology Talk
Index to Advertisers
Highway Safety Initiatives

The Police Chief - December 2011