Implicit Bias: Understanding it’s Impact on Actions & Decisions
Understanding Its Impact on Actions & Decisions
Legally Justified; But was it Avoidable?
The Crucial Question at the Core of Use of Force
This 3-hour online training course is delivered via Webex© and available to your agency for 30-Day Rental
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Though policies exist that require intervention when witnessing inappropriate force by fellow officers, confusion, fear and established cultures are just some of the obstacles at the root cause of noncompliance. Those obstacles can destroy the lives of officers, departments and community.
This timely course examines those realities and dives into solutions that focus on creating an effective culture and establishing trusting relationships that will result in a willing compliance of these intervention policies.
This program is led by Calibre’s Lt. Jim Glennon and Attorney Scott Wood, both experts in the field of law enforcement and the legality of intervention. Jim and Scott will provide practical and powerful ‘best practices’ from policy considerations to training curriculum in an effort to produce a culture that supports and practices intervention at the critical moment it becomes necessary.
Issues to be addressed will include the following:
This class is a crash course in contemporary leadership skills and traits. It’s essential to those interested in learning… and great to those currently leading.
Officer Rivera, Salinas PD, CA
“Thank you for addressing this all important issue. I appreciated the importance of policy, procedure and most of all acceptance of the duty to intervene when it is direct at you. As a profession, we need to do more to implement better policies for duty to intervene. This provides good additional frame work to make that happen.”
Lt. Munford – Michigan State Police
“Excellent training. Would be very beneficially for line supervisors and command staff.” Senior Officer Carpenter – Raleigh Police Department, NC
“Excellent Course.A very important topic that was very well delivered Thank you! Sgt. Germano – Federal Reserve Police Boston, MA