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Friday, March 11, 2016

Police Liability Surveys

“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.”—Abraham Lincoln.

That well known quote speaks volumes about public safety work: It’s all about being ready, prepared, and having the tools to do the job. It’s about doing work ahead of time to ensure the task can be managed.

The LMCIT Police Liability Surveys are free and
only take 90 minutes to complete.
Well, the same is true for police liability; you need to be sure your risk management strategies have a solid foundation. LMCIT has a new tool for police departments that will help them gauge their readiness. The Police Liability Surveys have just been released as a tool for police administrators to assess their liability, and it offers advice in areas that need improvement.

AND it’s free.

The surveys were developed by Tracy Stille, a public safety specialist from our loss control staff. These surveys actually consist of three separate surveys administered over a period of several years. The first survey deals with police operations liability, the second survey with police employment liability, and the third survey covers workplace injuries and safety.

The liability surveys are designed to identify best practices and aid cities/police departments in loss control prevention strategies and best practices currently in place and/or absent within law enforcement agencies in order to help reduce exposure to police liability and workplace injuries.

To schedule a survey, contact Tracy Stille
at tstille@lmc.org or 
(651) 215-4051.
The survey takes about 90 minutes to complete. If you would like more information, or if you would like to schedule a police liability survey, contact Tracy Stille at the League of MN Cities Insurance Trust at tstille@lmc.org or (651) 215-4051.

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