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    • A Leadership White Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment Required for Graduation from the Leadership Command College 

      Benitez, Daniel (Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT), 2017)
      Police departments need to change the way things are done. Society has a negative image of law enforcement, and some communities do not trust law enforcement officers. Some people do not even know why officers do some ...
    • Body Cameras: Regaining Trust and Credibility 

      Cooley, Brent (Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT), 2017)
      Recent events involving law enforcement uses of deadly force coupled with irresponsible media coverage have put law enforcement on the defensive. Unfortunately, the mainstream media and its pundits are not required to ...
    • Law Enforcement Use of Body Worn Cameras 

      Waldroup, Brian (Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT), 2017)
      Law enforcement has comes under fire more and more in the technological era. The advent of social media and camera phones has become a weapon in the hands of those who lobby against police officers and how they deal with ...
    • Police Body Cameras in School Environments 

      Ing, Damon (Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT), 2017)
      Over the past several years, law enforcement and citizen relationships have become strained for a variety of reasons. One significant reason is the increasingly frequent use of police body-worn cameras in diverse environments ...
    • The Utilization of Body Worn Cameras by Law Enforcement Agencies Throughout the Country 

      Squier, Eric (Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT), 2017)
      Community groups are calling for police reform and transparency from the law enforcement community. Police officers are coming under fire for officer involved shootings and use of force encounters across the country. Police ...