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How to Build Trust Without Compromising Officer Safety

Dec. 15, 2020
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuition:  Free
ILEAS Training Center
1701 East Main St.
Urbana, IL 61802
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Certification

This course is certified by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board.

Training Mandates

This course meets state guidelines for the following mandated subject areas:

  • Use of Force  (annual)
  • Civil Rights  (3 year)
  • Constitutional & Proper Use of Authority  (3 year)
  • Cultural Competency  (3 year)
  • Human Rights  (3 year)
  • Officer Wellness  (3 year)
  • Procedural Justice  (3 year)

Description

This course is designed to help officers identify core character traits that affect officer safety, interpersonal relationships, community interactions, and leadership potential.  The program will explore high-core value applications that will enhance officer effectiveness and improve performance in all areas of personal and professional life.

COVID Guidelines & Protections

Topics

  • Enhancing officer safety
  • Precursors to violent or aggressive behavior
  • De-escalation options and skill development
  • Law and policy guides for police behavior
  • Facing community perceptions of police bias
  • Increasing community satisfaction with L.E. contacts
  • Significantly reducing civilian complaints
  • Increasing citizen cooperation
  • The power of “Unconditional Respect”
  • Serving and protecting vulnerable populations
  • Interpersonal effectiveness at work
  • Increasing communication effectiveness
  • Lowering an officers’ personal stress level
  • Maintaining stable personal relationships

Instructor

Charles Huth

Charles Huth, Major
Kansas City (MO) Police Dept.Read more

Deadline

Please register for this course by December 1.