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Friday, March 22, 2013

The Training You Asked For—Brought to Your Door—And More!

We'll be in Mankato on April 4.
The annual League of Minnesota Cities (LMCIT) Loss Control Workshops start on March 26. The nine workshops will be offered at locations around Minnesota and include a full-day police track, although officers may attend just a half day. All of the classes are approved for POST continuing education credit.

We have listened to your comments, read your surveys, and know that human resources (HR) is one of your toughest issues. The League’s HR department will present the first “HR Boot Camp for Law Enforcement.” In addition, the HR staff will be available before and after the session to answer your questions.

The morning session starts at 8:30 a.m. with: “Things That Get Police in Trouble.” That is followed by: “What’s Really Driving Police Crashes?” and “Data Practices and Law Enforcement Data.” It will be a full day of useful and practical risk management training.
We'll be in Duluth on April 10.

For the first time this year, attendees to the police track will be receiving a Train the Trainer DVD in addition to the printed course materials in the traditional binder. The materials on the DVD includes videos, links, photographs, and discussion points to facilitate officers taking the materials back to their departments for “roll call” or in-service training.

For more information, locations, dates and to register go to


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Up next time: “Changing Demographics Mean Increasing Medical Runs for Minnesota Responders”

In the meantime, stay safe and be careful.


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