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When I made the decision to become a police officer years ago, I knew that staying in shape was synonymous with the job title. It was important for me to be active in order to stay agile, healthy, and capable of doing my job to the best of my ability. As if being an officer wasn’t time consuming...

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Finally! We are starting to return to normalcy in many ways, and more people are returning to the office. I think one of the more interesting outcomes of the pandemic is that many workplaces have realized that their employees do not need to be in the office full-time. Because of this, many...

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If you are like me, over the past year you have immersed yourself in articles and webinars about all aspects of how the pandemic will shape the future of work. The hybrid office has emerged as the new workplace, with employees splitting their time between working at home and working from the...

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Like many Americans, you may have found yourself thrust into the role of home office worker during the pandemic. If so, you likely figured out how to be productive working at home with a whirlwind of activity swirling around you. Conference calls in the closet. Zoom attire that looks perfectly...

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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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