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Policing in the 21 st Century . Overview of workplace violence, resources, and options. Policing in the 21 st century. Introduction Deputy Chief of Police V.G. “Skip” Frost With UIPD since 1988 Patrol, Narcotics Investigator 1990-1993 Patrol Sergeant 1994-2004

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Policing in the 21 st century

Policing in the 21st Century

Overview of workplace violence, resources, and options


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Policing in the 21st century

  • Introduction

  • Deputy Chief of Police V.G. “Skip” Frost

  • With UIPD since 1988

  • Patrol, Narcotics Investigator 1990-1993

  • Patrol Sergeant 1994-2004

  • EOD (Bomb Technician) 1995-2010

  • Field Training Coordinator 1998-2004

  • Lieutenant/ Patrol Division Commander 2004-2010

  • Captain of Operations 2010-211

  • Deputy Chief of Police (Acting, 2007-2008), Permanent since Aug. 2012


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Policing in the 21st century

  • University of Illinois Police Department

  • 65 Sworn

  • Chief, DC, Captain, 4 Lieutenants, 10 Sergeants, Detectives and Officers

  • Not your typical University PD!! 

  • Multiple specialized units; METRO, EOD, Motorcycle, Street Crimes, Narcotics, Detective Bureau, Crime Scene Techs…..and many more.

  • Focused on community oriented policing; service orientation vs. just reaction


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Policing in the 21st Century

  • Policing a free society

  • The 2nd Amendment

  • The media- “ If it bleeds, it leads “

  • Mental health issues vs. legal issues

  • Policing today – Perceptions and realities that affect every one of us


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Policing in the 21st Century

  • “Active Shooter” vs. workplace violence

  • How? Why? When? Where? No definitive answers, only questions.

  • Statistics;

    - Federal statistics state workplace violence caused nearly 17% of all fatal U.S. work injuries in 2011

    - 4,609 fatal working injuries in U.S. in 2011, of which 780 were attributed to “violence and other injuries by persons or animals”. Of the 780, 458 were homicides and 242 suicides.


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Policing in the 21st century

  • Shootings most frequent manner of death in both homicides (78%) and suicides (45%)

  • Men made up majority of fatal workplace injuries attributed to violence (680) vs. women (100)

  • Homicides account for 21% of fatal workplace injuries to women, with nearly 2 out of 5 incidents being spouses or domestic partners (current and former) who commit the offense

  • Overall, however, fatal work injuries have decreased by 21% since 2006 and more than 25% since 1992


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Policing in the 21st century

  • Workplace Violence Survey, published in 2012, found that over 1/3 (36%) of organizations reported incidents of workplace violence

  • That’s one in three…how do we (you) respond?

  • Recognition, evaluation, prevention only happens with REALISTIC DOCUMENTATION and appropriate response

  • Behavioral intervention team(s)

  • EAP

  • NEVER HESITATE TO INVOLVE LAW ENFORCEMENT- We exist for these reasons


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Policing in the 21st century

  • Police Response- Tactics and Crisis Intervention Training (CIT)

  • School shootings- Columbine to Sandy Hook

  • University shootings

  • Mass incidents, in general- More about body count and notoriety than any one particular issue

  • Shelter in place vs. evacuation- No right or wrong answer, and no two situations alike

  • Pervasive problem- no easy solutions

  • QUESTIONS- Take your best shot !! 


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