What’s Going On in Your House? – $200.00
SEATING IS LIMITED (20)
LOCATION: Phoenix, AZ
Research supports that a small percentage of officers are responsible for a large percentage of organizational investigations. Therefore, identifying and intervening with patterned, problematic behaviors early can be critical for police agencies to avoid the erosion of community trust and costly litigation. Understanding that informed decisions are crucial to any program success, this course guides attendees through discussions to help them identify and communicate EIIP expectations that are derived from data analyses and reporting associated with EIIPs. Building upon her training course, “Successfully Managing Early Identification and Intervention Programs (EIIP),” Dr. Sanford describes how organizational decisions at the executive and management levels have significant impact on the success of EIIPs.
This course is aimed at policing organization executives and EIIP managers with decision-making authority. This course is intended to help attendees learn how using EIIPs can inform their organizational decisions by helping identify problematic behavioral trends that undermine organizational legitimacy. The topics in this training are based on practitioner-based techniques, skills and best practices.
The topics in this training are based on practitioner-based techniques, skills and best practices.
Topics in this training include:
- Behavioral Trends in Policing
- Overarching Governing EIIP Philosophies
- The Risk Mitigation Side: Understanding the “Proactive” Side of EIIPs That Help Mitigate Organizational Losses
- The Risk Management Side: Using EIIPs to Better Understand the Impacts of Organizational Losses from a “Reactionary” Perspective
Recommend viewing “Enhancing Police Accountability Through EIIPs” as a prerequisite to this course.