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University of Nevada, Reno Police patch

The New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Police Service is built upon the philosophy of community-based policing. The department’s patch proudly indicates that its officers are “working hand in hand with our community.” A set of hands support the town and its river port and complete the maple leaf, a symbol of Canada.

The background of the University of Nevada, Reno, Police Service’s patch represents Truckee Meadows, a high desert valley at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. The state seal, in the center, depicts a partial sunrise behind a mountain range and includes symbols representing the state’s natural resources and heritage of mining and agriculture. The bottom of the patch features the year of the university’s founding.

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January 2012 LEB Table of Contents

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Agroterrorism
U.S. agriculture represents a large and viable terrorist target.
By Dean Olson

Crimes Against Children Spotlight
Neighborhood Canvass

Technology Update
National Gang Intelligence Center Online Tool

Focus on Training
Interpersonal Skills Training in Police Academy Curriculum
By Peter J. McDermott and Diana Hulse, Ed.D.

Crime Data
Officers Killed and Assaulted in 2010

Notable Speech
The Meaning and Honor of Service
By John J. Smietana, Jr.

Leadership Spotlight
Discovering Inspiration

Emergency Vehicle Safety
Improved technology, training, and policy compliance can help police departments enhance officer safety in patrol cars.
By Thomas J. Connelly

FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin Author Guidelines

Bulletin Notes

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