PROCEDURAL JUSTICE

Implicit Bias – ONLINE SEMINAR

Understanding Its Impact on Actions & Decisions

Jul 27, 2020

01:00 pm – 03:30 pm

Hosted By CalibrePLUS

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  • July 27, 2020
    1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

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FOR ALL ONLINE TRAINING PROGRAMS, CALIBRE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING INVOICES AS A FORM OF PAYMENT. CREDIT CARD ONLY.

This is a LIMITED SEATING, 2 1/2 hour online training seminar via Webex. For optimal viewing download the Webex Meetings desktop app HERE. You will be emailed a link the day before the class that will include instructions on how to join the live event.

Time listed is Central Standard Time Zone, please plan accordingly.

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Address:
CalibrePLUS, 60606, United States

Course Description

(Calibre Press is now offering this course as a 2 1/2 hour Webex© based seminar.  Should you like information on our full, 8-hour program, please contact us.)

Implicit Bias is a commonly misinterpreted term.  Often used to describe unconscious racism, implicit biases are, in actuality, much more than a singularly held prejudice. They are much more complex in scope. They are possessed by all human beings and exist for a purpose. The key questions regarding biases we hold unconsciously are: Why do we have them? Where do they come from? What are mine? And perhaps most importantly: Are they helpful or maladaptive when it comes to assessing, deciding and behaving during interactions with others?

This course is led by Calibre’s Lt. Jim Glennon, who holds a degree in Psychology, a Master’s in Justice Administration and has taught the complexity human interaction and communication skills for ever 25 years. He will dissect all biases, whether implicit or explicit, and examine whether we have any that are illicit in nature, particularly as they relate to race and cultural diversity. Biases that could cause officers to unconsciously view certain people as inherently dangerous can result inaccurate assessments, flawed decisions, unprofessional behavior and unnecessary uses of force.

We address topics that include, but are not limited to the following:

  • The current state of law enforcement & community relations
  • Diversity in law enforcement
  • The psychology of bias and its real-world impact
  • Examine the relationship between the unconscious & implicit bias
  • Bias awareness for successful interactions
  • Illicit racial bias and decision making
  • Complete communicationThe most important skill we possess
  • Force mitigation opportunities
  • Affecting organizational change: It starts at the top

Upcoming Seminars

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