Managing Bias Training for Law Enforcement

Managing Bias Training for Law Enforcement, an in-person training, provides strategies that reduce the influence of bias in officers’ interactions and decision-making, contribute to improved police-community relations, and increase officer safety.

Training Details:

  • Training sessions can accommodate 20-35 participants
  • Multiple sessions can be offered to meet agency needs
  • Trainings can be hosted regionally to include neighboring partner agencies
  • In-person trainings can be held at your agency; Virtual sessions available upon request
Managing Bias Course Title

Course Description

The Managing Bias training program blends neuroscience, small group discussion, and scenario-based practice structured around a series of strategies and tools designed to help participants become more aware of and adept at managing the impact of bias. The course is facilitated by professional and knowledgeable trainers who are highly skilled at creating an open environment and using nonjudgmental tone to create a dialogue about complex topics. The course uses training methodology based on adult-learning principles; it is interactive and engaging for participants. The course can be customized for client agencies to ensure that overall training goals are met.

Target Audience

Law enforcement practitioners

Cooperative Partners

This project was developed by CNA and was supported by cooperative agreement 15JCOPS-21-GK-02399-SPPS by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS).

About Course Provider

CNA is an independent, nonprofit research and analysis organization dedicated to the safety and security of the nation. For 80 years, their scientific rigor and real-world approach to data has been indispensable to leaders facing complex problems. 

Schedule & Registration

Please visit this provider’s website to learn more or request this training.

Questions can be directed to Lauren Duhaime, LE Recruitment Coordinator, at [email protected].