Florida is addressing teacher shortages by creating a pathway certification for qualified military veterans to become teachers.
As older officers retire, millennials and post-millennials are needed to fill their positions. However, these younger generations are not as attracted to law enforcement. Learn how agencies must adapt recruiting and hiring efforts, leadership styles, and policies.
By Dr. Nicole Cain
Officers are quitting and few people are applying to take their place. While it’s not a new phenomenon, it is exacerbated by the current climate. Learn the reasons behind staffing shortages in law enforcement agencies and what actions leaders can take to improve recruitment.
Emergency management enables people with a public service mentality to feel satisfaction about helping communities to recover from disasters.
Law enforcement agencies must transform their proactive recruiting strategies to attract desirable candidates from all backgrounds.
EMS agencies have argued for a while now that EMS agencies should be united from the federal level down to all local agencies.
Law enforcement leaders should use proactive hiring practices like creating a hiring unit to boost the number of officers entering the field.
From our experience in making the transition from the military to law enforcement, we learned several lessons. Here are some tips to help make your transition a success.