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Bulletin Honors

Gurnee, Illinois Police Department

The Guardian

Near the main entrance to the Gurnee, Illinois Police Department is The Guardian, presented by the Gurnee Police Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni Association. The statue features an officer holding the hand of a small boy on his left; to his right, a young girl is trying to get his attention. It honors men and women of the Gurnee Police Department and all law enforcement officers in general for their service and sacrifice in protecting others.

The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin seeks submissions from agencies who wish to have their memorials featured in the magazine’s Bulletin Honors department. Needed materials include a short description, a photograph, and an endorsement from the agency’s ranking officer. Submissions can be mailed to Editor, FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, FBI Academy, Quantico, VA 22135, or e-mailed to leb@fbiacademy.edu.


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Should Sector Policing Be in Your Organization’s Future?
By W. Michael Phibbs
Law enforcement agencies may find that transitioning to sector policing can increase the effectiveness and accountability of police functions.

Futures Orientation in Police Decision-Making Practices
By Michael Buerger and John Jarvis
A Canadian approach can offer an alternative to the SARA model that gave the law enforcement world a foundation it could use at the line level of policing.

Confessions and the Constitution
By Carl A. Benoit
Law enforcement officers must understand the implications of obtaining confessions in violation of constitutional safeguards.

Universal Policing

Bulletin Reports
Children and Violence
Tort Cases
Public Defender Offices

Notable Speech
The Most Important Profession

Unusual Weapon
Shock Lighter

Bulletin Honors
Gurnee, Illinois

Author Guidelines

The Bulletin Notes

Patch Call

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