This book is dedicated to all the men and women who put their lives on the line so we can be safe.
Instead of police administrators seeking the newest technologies, the time has come for us to improve the way we treat each other and the citizens we serve. Time spent chasing dots in staff meetings, and stressing over crime statistics might be better utilized by improving our relationships with officers and community members. Ready, Aim, Trust calls for police leaders to recommit to organizational soundness.
After completing this manuscript, I realized five virtues kept resurfacing throughout all 20 chapters. To increase the level of trust, we should focus on these five virtues:
Don’t we owe it to future generations, to educate them on the importance of ethical soundness in law enforcement? Instead of continuing to fight for more taxes to cover the cost of the latest weapons and gadgets, what about increasing trust?
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