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September / October 2013 - Volume 46, Number 5

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CPA ELECTIONS
6 Candidate Statements

FEATURE ARTICLES
10 Organizational Consultation and Operational Support within a Large Urban Law Enforcement Agency
Steven E. Sultan, PhD, ABPP

13 Law Enforcement Consulting – At Home and Abroad
Ellen Kirschman, PhD

16 When the “Calls” Involve Kids
Mark Kamena, PhD, ABPP and Anne Bisek, PsyD

25 Establishing a Peer Review Group
David M. Corey, PhD, ABPP, Philip S. Trompetter, PhD, ABPP and Yossef S. Ben-Porath, PhD

FEATURE COLUMNS

20 2014 Annual Convention Information

31 Life as a Deputy: A Psychologist’s Experience
Dean Haddock, PsyD

32 Medication Non-adherence: The Make-it-or-Break-it of Psychopharmacology ~ Part Two
John D. Preston, PsyD, ABPP

34 The Frontiers of Police Psychology
Jay Nagdimon, PhD, ABPP

35 Racial Profiling: Insights from Social Psychology and Cognitive Science
Rachel Casas, PhD

36 The Value of Neuropsychological Testing: ADHD as an Example
Howard J. Friedman, PhD, ABPP

37 Call for Nominations CPA 2014 Officers

IN EVERY ISSUE

3 FROM THE EDITOR
Courageous Colleagues on the Frontline

Valerie B. Jordan, PhD

4 FROM THE PRESIDENT
Treating Those Who Protect Us

Mark D. Kamena, PhD, ABPP

5 FROM THE CEO
It’s Your Turn

Jo Linder-Crow, PhD

28 ETHICS CORNER
Ethical Considerations When Faced with Serious or Life Threatening Illness

Ellen G. Stein, PhD

29 LAW FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
Electronic Healthcare Record Keeping is FREE and EASY

G. Andrew H. Benjamin, JD, PhD, ABPP, Jeffrey N. Younggren, PhD and Christina Luini, JD, MLIS

38 CHAPTER & VERSE

40 NEW MEMBERS

42 CLASSIFIEDS

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