2017 Annual Conference: Working Collaboratively to Address 21st Century Policing Challenges Pre-Conference Workshop

What signs is your community sending you that show they want to build a more trusting relationship with your police department?

Explore the unique operations and issues police departments deal with day-to-day, and how better communication can go a long way toward improving relationships with city leaders and the broader community, during this pre-conference event.

Working Collaboratively to Address 21st Century Policing Challenges
Wednesday—9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
With growing public scrutiny of police officers and departments it is important for city managers, administrators, and elected officials to understand 21st century police department operations and challenges. This workshop will cover critical issues like use-of-force, body-worn cameras, dissemination of public information, and training for police officers. Participants will also explore ways to facilitate a more cohesive relationship among chiefs, administrators, and elected officials.

NOTE: While the content is geared toward city managers, administrators, and elected officials, chiefs are welcomed and encouraged to attend this training. Peace officers who successfully complete this workshop will receive 6 POST credits.

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Please note: To take part in this free workshop, you will need to pre-register.

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