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Reserve Police Book Draws on 20 Years of Information

"The Cop Doc's Classic Writings on Police Reserves" front cover

Over two decades of reserve law enforcement information is now available in “The Cop Doc’s Classic Writings on Police Reserves.”  For 20 years, police reserve expert Dr. Richard Weinblatt, The Cop Doc, has written on volunteer and part-time law enforcement.  Known as reserve, auxiliary, special, intermittent, supermumerary, and other titles, the 350 page 6X9 paperback book features articles that Dr. Weinblatt wrote and were originally published in such magazines and websites as Law and Order: The Magazine for Police Management, Police, Sheriff, Narc Officer, American Police Beat, Corrections Technology and Management, PoliceLink.com, PoliceOne.com, and Officer.com.

Among the topics covered are reserves in the states of Alaska, Arkansas, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Texas.  Topics in “The Cop Doc’s Classic Writings on Police Reserves” include reserve troopers, reserve detectives, reserve field training officers (FTOs), reserve motorcycles, reserve K-9, reserves on boats, and reserve take home marked patrol cars.

“The Cop Doc’s Classic Writings on Police Reserves” is part of Dr. Weinblatt’s series of Classic Writings books grouped on categories of his published works.  Other titles include “The Cop Doc’s Classic Writings on Police Careers” and “The Cop Doc’s Classic Writings on Police Media Relations.”  Dr. Weinblatt, who has served on all sides of the reserve area as a reservists, reserve administrator, reserve liaison, and police chief, speaks extensively on volunteer and part-time law enforcement issues.

The book on reserves is available for order on Amazon.com and Createspace’s e-store for $15.95.

The reserve law enforcement book has also been bought by the 2011 Massachusetts Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) conference. All conference attendees will be given items including the reserve book.  Auxiliary Captain Marc Spigel, of the Framingham, MA, Police Department, is spearheading the event slated to take place November 12 and 13, 2011 at the Beechwood Hotel in Worcester, MA.

Dr. Richard Weinblatt will be leaving the Orlando, FL, sunshine and heading towards the snow to deliver two speeches at the conference.  One will be for the participants at the Executive Track on Saturday afternoon and the keynote speech will be in the evening for all conference attendees.  The deadline to register has been extended for the 2011 Massachusetts Volunteers in Police Service conference  due to the snow storm and power outages in the Northeast.

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Dr. Richard Weinblatt , “The Cop Doc,” has explained complex police, crime, and safety topics since 1989. Dr. Weinblatt has an extensive background as a police chief, police academy director, and criminal justice professor. His service has ranged from Auxiliary Lieutenant in New Jersey to Patrol Division Deputy Sheriff in New Mexico to Police Chief in North Carolina. Additionally, Dr. Weinblatt has been a criminal justice and police academy educator in Florida, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Ohio. He has instructor certifications for pepper spray, firearms, defensive tactics, vehicle operations, and Taser, among others. He is the author of several books. Dr. Weinblatt has been interviewed by national and local media including CBS Evening News, CNN, MSNBC, HLN Headline News, and The Washington Post. He has earned multiple degrees up to the Doctoral level.

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