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Common Sense Supervison: A Handbook for Success As a Supervisor
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Common Sense Leadership: A Handbook for Success As a Leader
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Command corner: Getting along with the boss : An article from: WomenPolice
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Practical law enforcement management
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Sharing your expertise: Writing for law enforcement publications
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Command corner: Don't coddle poor performers : An article from: WomenPolice
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Practical Law Enforcement Management : An article from: FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
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Command corner: Handling mistakes : An article from: WomenPolice
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Command corner : An article from: WomenPolice
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Command corner: Delegate--but do it right! : An article from: WomenPolice
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Captain Roger Fulton, New York State Police (ret.), holds a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice Management.

About the New York State Police

In 1913, a construction foreman named Sam Howell was murdered during a payroll robbery in Westchester County. Because Westchester County was a very rural area then, there was no local police department and Mr. Howell's murderers escaped, even though he identified them before he died.

 

 his vicious crime spurred Mr. Howell's employer, Moyca Newell (left) and her friend, Katherine Mayo (right), to initiate a movement to form a State Police department to provide police protection to rural areas.

 

As a result of their efforts, the State Legislature established the New York State Police as a full service police agency on April 11, 1917.

 

Since the first 237 men rode out of their training camp on horseback to begin patrolling rural areas, troopers have been there to fulfill the law enforcement needs of the people of New York State with the highest degree of fairness, professionalism and integrity.

 

During the 1990s, the New York State Police focused on three primary objectives: dealing with the rising tide of violent crime, much of it drug related; increasing cooperative ventures with local law enforcement agencies to more efficiently and effectively provide police services to the people of New York; and preparing for the challenges of the rapidly approaching 21st Century.

 

Source:

troopers.state.ny.us/

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