2013 PDF Archive


Winter 2013

This issue includes articles on: Facing the Four Letter Word: FEAR; 2013 KACP Chief of the Year Tracy Schiller; Preparing for the Worst; E-Warrants; Cross Trained Law Enforcement Officer/Paramedics can be Vital to Saving Lives in Your Community;  Lessons Learned From A Successful Investigation and Prosecution; Profiling Sgt. John Lancaster; Staying Visible is the Key to Staying Safe While Managing Traffic on Kentucky’s Roadways; and much more.


Fall 2013

This issue includes articles on: Patrolling Rural Kentucky;  How Department of Corrections Commissioner LaDonna Thompson Learned to Run a Department She had Grown to Love; Kentucky’s Honor Guards Proudly Serve Their Agencies and Communities, While Honoring  the Legacy of Those Who Have Gone Before; Fort Thomas Recruit Completes His First Year in Law Enforcement; Profiling Officer Cristina Davis; Exploring Kentucky’s Most Effective DUI Enforcement Strategies; Proper Protocol for Juvenile In-School Interrogations; and much more.


Summer 2013

This issue includes articles on: One Recruit’s 18-Week Journey to Obtain His Badge Reflects the Challenges of Modern Policing in Kentucky; 2013 Kentucky Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony; Giving Kentucky’s Peace Officers the Tools They Need to Best Serve the Ever-Changing Population;  Profile of Kentucky’s Longest-Serving Sheriff; In Kentucky and Across the Nation, an Epidemic of Stalking Cases Challenges Law Enforcement Authorities; Profiling Harlan County Sheriff's Office; The Third of a Four-Part Series About Law Enforcement Wellness; and much more.


Spring 2013

This issue includes articles on: Could today be your day?; Profile of James Pendergraff, New Executive Director for the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police; A Switch From Pills to Heroin Causes a Kentucky Overdose Epidemic; Profiling Sgt. Billy Richmond; Law Enforcement Emergency Vehicle Operations; The Second of a Four-Part Series About Law Enforcement Wellness; Does Your Agency Face Low Morale From the Troops?; and much more.