(Calibre Press is now offering this course as a 3 hour Webex© based seminar. Should you like information on our full, 8-hour program, please contact us.)
In today’s culture, effectively communicating face-to-face can prove challenging for younger officers who predominately communicate through texts, social media and other electronic means. Now, as law enforcement professionals, they must skillfully talk with people—in person. Their ability to do so dramatically impacts their safety, effectiveness and responsibility to the community.
Adding to this, societal friction is pressuring agency and community leaders to require that whenever possible, officers’ behavior and communications be community relations oriented.
This course is specifically designed to help those young officers meet numerous goals:
Chief Steve Johnson will teach young officers to:
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Duty to Intervene
Policy, Practice, Training & Buy-in
Implicit Bias – Online
Understanding Its Impact on Actions & Decisions
Legally Justified; But was it Avoidable?
The Crucial Question at the Core of Use of Force
Promotional Strategies for Female Officers
Expert Guidance on Becoming a Police Leader
Spotting Pre-Assault Indicators
This is not your average “body language” course.
Step-by-Step Strategies for Domestic Disturbance Response
Safely Navigating Every Phase of Domestic Dispute Response.
Tactical Communication for the Rookie Officer
Learning to Master Face-to-Face Contacts
Today’s Traffic Stop & Street Enforcement Tactics
Traffic Stops and Street Encounters