A practical two-day workshop for small and mid-sized agencies on key topics in contemporary policing.
Gain new actionable strategies for developing crisis-proof community partnerships. Learn to apply our proprietary Police-Community Partnership Checklist for assessment and planning. Recognize implicit bias and minimize its effects, and be able to update and establish policies that nourish an environment of procedural justice.
Chiefs of police, sheriffs, senior police executives, mayors, city managers, and senior staff members of municipal and city government and multiple representatives from participating organizations are encouraged to attend.
The workshop is led by experienced law enforcement practitioners and leading researchers. See the list of presenters below.
Expected Outcomes for Participants
- Clarify and define your agency's status with stakeholders in the community. Gain valuable tools for how to strengthen it.
- Apply the Police-Community Partnership Checklist for evaluation and planning.
- Get practical recommendations for addressing implicit bias and implementing procedural justice.
- Engage in dialogue with other law enforcement leaders and academic experts.
- Gain valuable insight into the the "six pillars" for improving police organizations introduced in the recent report of the President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing.
Reactions from Past Participants
- "The experience was eye-opening"
- "Very helpful in providing tools to bring back to my department."
- "I would highly recommend that others attend. I really appreciated the distinguished speakers."
- "A must attend. The workshop provided the insights we need to police the community and to meet the expectations of our society."