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APB Podcast

New York Chiefs APB Podcast: All Points Bulletin
Title Date

APB 135 CITIZEN’S EXPECTATIONS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT

A discussion with Jody Weis of Accenture about the interactive citizen in crime fighting.

2014-10-25

APB 134 VIDEO ANALYTICS: PRIVACY CONCERNS

A discussion with Jody Weis of Accenture about the privacy concerns associated with the use of video analytics.

2014-10-17

APB 133 VIDEO ANALYTICS IN POLICING

A discussion with Jody Weis of Accenture about the use of video analytics by police.

2014-10-17

APB 132 DIGGING DEEPER INTO ANALYTICS

We continue our discussion with Jody Weis of Accenture about the importance of analytics in the modern police agency.

2014-10-17

APB 131 WHY ARE ANALYTICS IMPORTANT?

A discussion with Jody Weis of Accenture about the importance of analytics in contemporary policing operations.

2014-10-17

APB 130 MULTI-TENANCY MERGES POLICING TECHNOLOGIES

A discussion with Jody Weis of Accenture about the importance of how common systems help merge information and enhance effectiveness for law enforcement agencies.

2014-10-17

APB 129 MULTI-TENANCY MAKES SENSE

: A discussion with Jody Weis of Accenture about the importance of using common systems across jurisdictions.

2014-10-17

APB 128 Taking Down 3 Bank Robbers

Chief Michael Biasotti recalls a case early in his career where 3 bank robbery suspects were right in front of him. He describes the sequence of events and how the case came together. He also reflects on an active shooter incident that occurred across the street from the police station.

2014-10-08

APB 127 Overcoming Obstacles

Chief David Zack describes a murder investigation in Cheektowaga, NY plagued by obstacles – gangs, reluctant witnesses, and a school teacher who identifies a witness to the murderer - during class. Despite the interference, the suspect was arrested and convicted.

2014-10-08

APB 126 Challenges Facing Today's Police Leaders

Executive Director John Grebert (NYS Assn. Chiefs of Police) talks about challenges facing today's police leaders.

2014-10-08

APB 125 Surviving An Ambush

Without notice or provocation, MTA Police Officer John Barnett was attacked on July 4, 2012 at the MTA Jamaica-Queens terminal. A knife was thrust into his eye and the attacker continued an aggressive assault. Learn how this brave officer survived the attack, saved himself, and protected hundreds of commuters.

2014-10-08

APB 124 The Next "Big One"

How do we know when the next big case will happen? Chief Steven Heider (Colonie Police Dept., NY) discusses his experiences in over 40 years of law enforcement. Heider served as a detective commander and public information officer for several years before becoming Police Chief. This video is part of the Legacy Project of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police.

2014-10-08

APB 123 Doing It Right

Chief Steven Heider talks about a homicide case and how budgetary concerns for overtime caused a delay in the case, eventually costing more in the end. Heider also discusses how leaders should 'step up' when things go wrong, saying, "...at the end of the day the only thing we have left is our credibility". This video is part of the Legacy Project of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police.

2014-10-08

APB 122 Arresting a Serial Killer

Executive Director John Grebert (NYS Assn. of Chiefs of Police) recalls the arrest of Lemuel Smith, a notorious serial killer who was travelling through Colonie, NY with another victim he had kidnapped that day. This video is part of the Legacy Project of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police.

2014-10-08

APB 121 Improving Our Mental Health Systems

Chief Michael Biasotti is an advocate for improving our mental health systems. In this second of a two-part production, he talks about New York State’s program for court-ordered treatment of persons with serious mental illness (Kendra’s Law). Biasotti describes Crisis Intervention Teams, a collaboration of mental health professionals who deploy in the field with first-responder law enforcement officers to assist persons suffering from mental health issues. This video is part of the Legacy Project of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police.

2014-10-08

APB 120 Mental Illness and the Criminal Justice System

Chief Michael Biasotti is an advocate for improving our mental health systems. In this first of a two-part production, he discusses the history of deinstitutionalization of the seriously mental ill, and how limited support systems have left the criminal justice system as a last resort for many in crisis. This video is part of the Legacy Project of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police.

2014-10-08

APB 119 SAVIN: A Victim's Perspective

When domestic violence victims are notified that their order of protection has been served, they can immediately take steps to protect themselves. Learn more about safety planning and how SAVIN-NY can help.

2014-06-10

APB 117 Address Confidentiality Program

New York State’s Address Confidentiality Program provides a substitute mailing address to victims of domestic violence as part of their safety plan.

2014-02-19

APB 114 Syringe Programs in New York State

Frequently asked questions by police about New York State's syringe programs.

2013-08-26

APB 112 Schenectady Police

An overview of intelligence-led policing using Operation IMPACT and DDACTS.

2013-01-26

Partner Program