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Designed to provide an overview of the concept of evidence-based policing and examples of practices that have been shown to reduce homicides and violent crime, this course bridges the gap between research and practice and was crafted with all levels of police practitioners in mind.
Through a video-based simulation, this course trains officers on the effect of implicit bias and provides the information and skills needed to reduce and manage bias.
This course helps prepare civilians with immediate response options for surviving an active attack event during the window of time before law enforcement responders arrive on the scene.
Through an exploration of realistic modern-day challenges faced by law enforcement professionals, this course explores ethics as a controlling insight that informs the practice of decision making and supports effective policing.
Ideal for public safety practitioners and community stakeholders alike, this course examines how modern changes, emerging issues, and threats are necessitating a reinvigorated commitment to the fundamentals of community policing: community partnerships, organizational transformation, and problem solving.
Police and Dog Encounters: Tactical Strategies and Effective Tools to Keep Our Communities Safe and Humane
With the primary goals of ensuring public and officer safety while considering community needs and demands, this 5-part video series and companion publication discuss tools, practices, and procedures that contribute to effective management of dog-related incidents and encounters.
Developed to reinforce internal and external procedural justice concepts, this series of 20-minute roll-call training videos and the accompanying Presenter’s Guide affirm how enhancing the public’s perception of police legitimacy increases voluntary community compliance and community support, which may improve officer and community safety.
Designed for both tribal and non-tribal leadership in law enforcement and government, the course provides an overview of tribal law and addresses tangible strategies for effectively policing PL280 reservations.
Ideal for public safety professionals and community members alike, this course focuses on strengthening the capacity of law enforcement agencies to implement community policing principles as a means to diminish fear and build resilience against terrorism in our communities.