Police “Street Sense”, What Is It? An Explanation and Where It Comes From. He was Chief of Police two times. He talks about the rarely explained police “street sense”. How it is used and where it is learned.
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Ed Cronin is our guest. He has worked in the law enforcement field for over 35 years. His career includes experience as a Police Chief in two cities in Massachusetts. He holds a graduate degree in Criminal Justice Management and an advanced graduate degree in Organizational Development and Systems Thinking.
With 15 years of experience, he took courses at Queen’s College in Oxford, University, England as part of his Master’s program. During this time, he also worked with the Thames Valley Police exposing him to new ideas and methods of policing practices. He also enlisted and assisted in bringing the first group of US police officers to Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s which was featured on National television.
He also has extensive international experience having worked in Cairo, Egypt at the U.S. Embassy as a police advisor and for three years as Sr. Police Advisor to the police of Moldova in Eastern Europe.
Background song Hurricane is used with permission from the band Dark Horse Flyer.
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