Riots and other jailhouse violence have seen a significant drop in recent decades, this despite an ever-growing number of inmates. Though today’s riots tend to be shorter and less harmful than the deadly takeovers of the past, the threat still looms for correctional facilities, their staff, and inmates who do not engage in riots — making awareness integral to the safety of all involved.
In this webinar, learn how you can detect and prevent cheating by understanding the what, why, and how of creating a trustworthy exam process.
Envisage Technologies, the leading provider of law enforcement and public safety training and compliance solutions, recently launched a significant update to their Acadis Readiness Suite training management software. This update enhances and adds new functionality that automates training assignments based on career roles, Workflow support for training operations, and marks the launch of the new Acadis Accounting module.
In this webinar, Chief Clive Savacool and Gerry Roberts, J.D. reflect on recent scandals, discuss how agencies are reacting, and summarize the waves of litigation that cheating can create.
If you have managed training, you know doing a good job goes well beyond the classroom. Recordkeeping matters, as do administrative functions like inventory, training staff logistics, and enrollment. While you may currently rely on a number of digital and manual systems to ensure your personnel receive the best possible education—and though reliance on “legacy” systems may make you reluctant to pursue an upgrade to your current processes—Acadis represents a better approach: a single platform that considers every aspect of training and groups it into an efficient, streamlined, and modular grouping of tools to help your training program thrive.
In this webinar, Sara Jahnke, Ph.D discusses how occupational risk factors in the fire service require not only individual, but also system-level changes in policies, practices, and cultural norms.
Information security can be a high-tech affair, but staying secure means promoting smarter human behavior—and enforcing policies that require it.
Active Listening, Other Communications Skills May Help Responders Deal with “Difficult” Members of the Public
Law enforcement, firefighting, emergency medicine, and corrections are fields often marked by interactions with “difficult” people. Whether their bad behaviors come as the result of a personality disorder or simply a bad day, communications techniques like active listening and de-escalation may be what responders need to provide adequate service — and avoid unpleasant outcomes, such as unnecessary use of force.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO – The International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) is pleased to announce the next stage of the National Certification Program (NCP). Training providers who get their courses certified will now receive additional support from both IADLEST and Envisage Technologies, the creators of […]
As technology needs grow in public safety, so too do the risks of ineffective cyber-security. While these risks cannot be entirely eliminated, it is possible to effectively mitigate them by utilizing best practices from the private sector, developing effective policies, and using vendor contracts as an opportunity to delegate responsibilities.