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Police facilities need to provide distinct parking for two separate groups - the general public on one hand, and law enforcement on the other. Parking for the public requires openness to create a welcoming and inviting approach to the facility. By contrast, parking for law enforcement and...

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Courtroom sharing is a sensitive topic for many courts. Although some courts have implemented courtroom sharing practices, many remain resistant to the concept and are still planning courthouses that include a dedicated courtroom for every judge. I would like to suggest that the COVID pandemic...

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Many organizations consider a hybrid office to be the ideal post-pandemic workplace. The hybrid office enables employees to work from home and the office a portion of each week. One key consideration for the design of a hybrid office is the health and wellness of employees. In my view, the...

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Evidence is a key aspect of the criminal justice system, and how that evidence is handled can make or break a case. A secure and well-functioning evidence storage room, also called a property room, is critically important to the prosecution and defense of crimes. Continuing my series on best...

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It’s hard to believe, but this is my 25th Miss Office Manners blog. We have come a long way! I started off as Miss Open Office Manners and then became Miss Telework Manners about a year ago in response to the pandemic. I wonder where life will take us next! In this installment of Miss Telework...

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