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Changing Role of Law Enforcement, the core law enforcement program, is designed to explore the evolving role of law enforcement in a rapidly changing, increasingly diverse society. Participants are introduced to new models, including “Soldier to Educator”, through which to view issues of diversity and to hone ethical decision-making skills.
Length of Training: 7:30 AM - 4:00 PM Unless otherwise stated. (8 hrs. of POST/STC credit.)
Dates Available 2013-2014
Why does law enforcement professionalism not necessarily translate to community trust?
This program refines the role of the law enforcement professional in a diverse society, provides a new way of understanding communities, and suggests how to use integrity in developing trust. We introduce the Three Culture Model, a tool that has been used successfully with international audiences on five continents. The fundamental premise of the Three Culture Model is to examine how a person sees the world rather than how a person is viewed by the world. The training focuses on advanced skills that will enhance an officers understanding of and ability to work with people from divergent backgrounds, how integrity can be used in the application, and the resulting levels of trust that can be built. This program is P.O.S.T. certified. Tuition is sponsored and travel is reimbursed via P.O.S.T. Plan IV.
1. The Case for Trust: Policing diverse communities requires high levels of trust across boundaries of cultures and religion
Class is POST certified and covered under POST Plan IV.
Length of Training: 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM Unless otherwise stated. (8 hrs. of POST credit)
Dates Available 2012-2013
Training Coordinators: To register your participants please click on the link below and e-mail us with your agency's name, the number of participants and the dates that you would like to request.