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Dr. Richard Weinblatt
"The Cop Doc"
Police Expertise Featured:
CNN, MSNBC, CBS Evening News, The Associated Press,
HLN, The Washington Post, The Orlando Sentinel, etc.
250 page book featuring a foreword by James C. Lombardi,
Reserve Officer in Charge, Los Angeles Police Reserve & President, California Reserve Peace Officers Association
(CRPOA).
Review of reserve law enforcement surveys and research
prior to 1993.
Overview of international reserve numbers and regulations
Overview of numbers, training standards, and rules
governing full-time, part-time, and volunteer law enforcement
officers
Overview of major city and county agency numbers, training
standards, and rules governing full-time, part-time, and
volunteer law enforcement officers
Overview of state police/highway patrol numbers, training
standards, and rules governing full-time, part-time, and
volunteer law enforcement officers
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EXPERTISE
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Experience
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Author ~ Speaker ~ Expert Witness ~ Media Commentator
Based in
Indianapolis


Email:
richard@thecopdoc.com
Richard Weinblatt
as Police Chief
Books Authored
by Dr. Richard Weinblatt
The Cop Doc
Reserve Law Enforcement in the United States:
A National Study of State, County, and City
Standards Concerning the Training & Numbers of
Non-full-time
Police and Sheriff's Personnel
(1993)

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Reserve Law Enforcement in the United States: A National
Study of State, County, and City Standards Concerning the
Training & Numbers of Non-full-time Police and Sheriff's
Personnel
The Cop Doc's
"Classic Writings" Series

Timeless writings spanning over two decades.  
While the names and data may be classic,
the concepts are relevant today.
What they said...
"Through Richard Weinblatt's "Reserve Reports" column for our magazine,
reserves are getting the attention and press they have long been denied.  This
useful book continues his work serving the information needs of reserves across
the country."
-Bruce W. Cameron
Editorial Director
LAW and ORDER Magazine
Wilmette, IL

"We have had a highly effective, cost-efficient reserve program in Fulton County
and commend Richard for his work bringing reserves out of the closet and into
the forefront.  
Reserve Law Enforcement in the United States (1993) is well
written and points out the good work that reserves do."
-Major Richard H. Davis
Chief Deputy of Reserves
Fulton County Sheriff's Office
Atlanta, GA

"Mr. Weinblatt's book reassures us that volunteer and part-time policing is the
norm, embraced by the whole country, and does not exist in a few states.  His
book points out that more people are dependent on volunteer police for service
than we ever imagined."
-Res. Lt. Pat Feighery
First Vice President
Ohio Volunteer Peace Officers Association

"Rich Weinblatt's book is a long overdue reference for reserve and auxiliary
policing in the United States.  This is the first real attempt at gathering statistics on
reserve and auxiliary programs."
-Aux. Off. Erick Hoffman
President
Massachusetts Reserve Law Enforcement Federation
Franklin, MA

"Reserves in the U.S. save taxpayers millions of dollars and this book should give
counties that don't have them the information they need to start a reserve
program."
-Res. Off. Barry E. Newman
President
Florida Police Reserve Association
Jacksonville, FL

"As a reserve for many years, I always wanted to know where auxiliary and
special officers in New Jersey stood in relation to each other, as well as to other
reserves across the country.  The book Richard wrote answers these questions
and helps reserve administrators make educated judgements concerning what we
need to do.  As a NJAPOA board member, I am pleased to have been a part of the
mechanism that has made such a useful reference source available."
-Res. Lt. Frank Rizzo
Paramus Police Department
Paramus, NJ
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The Cop Doc's Classic
Writings on Police
Careers
(2010)

Part of The Cop Doc's Classic
Writings series compiled from
almost two decades of Dr. Richard
Weinblatt's writings, this book is an
arresting read for both the aspiring
law enforcer and the veteran officer
wanting to get information on
careers and how to make their
dreams come true.

Topics include:

-Police Oral Boards
-Police Entrance Exams
-Police Academy Success
-Police Promotion Tips
-Police Chief & Professor Career
Moves
The Cop Doc's Classic
Writings on Police
Media Relations
(2010)

Part of The Cop Doc's Classic
Writings series compiled from almost
two decades of Dr. Richard
Weinblatt's writings, this book is an
arresting read on police media and
community relations for public
information officers, police executives,
media reporters, and even the general
public curious about law enforcement
and the news media.

Topics include:

-Why Police Mistrust the Media
-How the Internet & Social Media
Impacts Police & Media
-Police Media Cases such as Casey
Anthony
-Press Release Tips
-Community Relations Programs that
Work

Cops & College:
Lessons in Professionalism

"Education doesn't make a bad cop good, but it makes a good cop better."
--Chief (ret.) Frederick A. Thompson, M.S.,
South Brunswick Township, NJ, Police Department

Adapted from the Doctoral dissertation of Dr. Richard Weinblatt, The Cop
Doc, this book details the historical controversy surrounding the education
of law enforcement officers. Cops & College: Lessons in Professionalism is
instructive for both the aspiring and the veteran officer wanting to get
information on how education and the professional law enforcer dovetail.

Topics include:

-Importance of Education in Policing
-Choice of Majors for Police Professionals
-Historical Overview of Law Enforcement Education
-Viewpoint of Police Agencies on Education
-Education's Impact on Hiring and Promotion of Officers

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Cops & College: Lessons in Professionalism by Dr.
Richard Weinblatt