As 2015 comes to a close, we decided to look back on our favorite blog posts throughout the year from our Law Enforcement Advisory practice.

State of the Union: American Policing

We all know the cities. We’ve heard the stories. New York. Ferguson. Pasco. North Charleston. Baltimore. SVP Rob Davis dives deeper into the state of American policing.

Stop the Violence: Six Pillars and One Vision for Change

A great first step in dealing with the current policing situation in America is to look at what other world leaders, such as the United Kingdom and Europe, are doing to deal with mental health, the homeless and suicide by cop.

21st Century Policing Today – A Blueprint for Police and Community Engagement

Vice President Marcia Thompson expands on President Obama’s 21st Century Policing Task Force.

Candid Camera: Illinois’ New Law Enforcement Officer-Worn Camera Act

Almost every day, there is something in the news about body-worn cameras and policing. It is new technology that departments and communities are promoting to assist with transparency, accountability and building communities of trust.

Consent Decrees and Collaborative Reform: What Does the Future Hold for Police Reform?

Consent decrees are necessary as a critical intervention mechanism to protect the constitutional rights of citizens. They are rare, occurring in only 16 of the almost 18,000 police departments in the United States.

While these were the most popular blogs, according to our metrics, re-visit all of our Law Enforcement Advisory blogs on our website.