This training will provide city managers, administrators, and councilmembers a better understanding of police departments and their 21st century challenges—especially since law enforcement has come under such public scrutiny.
Each 6-hour session will cover use-of-force issues, dissemination of public information, training priorities, setting expectations, and a communications plan to facilitate a more cohesive chief-administration relationship.
While the content will be geared toward city leaders, police chiefs are welcome and encouraged to attend this training to assist in building a common community law enforcement vision using a global view of where a police department fits into the overall city structure.
They are offering the course on two dates at two different locations:
March 7, 2017: National Joint Powers Alliance Training Facility in Staples
May 24, 2017: MCPA Training Facility in New Brighton
For more information and to register, go to:
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