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Training to improve communication and community education

June 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Training to improve communication and community education

In some areas of policing, the line between a training program and its outcome is as clear as it is reproducible. This cause-effect that is easily measured can make it easier for departmental decision-makers to choose the training their officers receive, and it gives those developing and presenting courses a top-of-the-list selling point. Other outcomes are more difficult to measure through the lens of training. Such is the case with police-community relations.

Climbing the Ladder: Preparing yourself for a promotion in the fire service

June 13th, 2017|Comments Off on Climbing the Ladder: Preparing yourself for a promotion in the fire service

In this webinar, Chief Clive Savacool discusses how to prepare for promotion in the fire service. He focuses on preparation for interviews, your resume, and answering questions in the interview.

Spoliation: Why Even the Worst Training Records Are Better than No Records at All

May 11th, 2017|Comments Off on Spoliation: Why Even the Worst Training Records Are Better than No Records at All

Failure to manage training records correctly cannot only upend a department's ability to defend itself from criminal and civil claims, but can subject it to claims of spoliation. As the definition and consequences of spoliation continue to broaden, departments must ensure that their records management policies and systems are capable of providing them with the necessary layer of legal defensibility.



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