In this webinar, Gerry Roberts, JD defines legally defensible training and shares ideas for how to improve your training and record-keeping so that your records have the best chance of providing a solid defense in the event of litigation.
In this webinar, William Wall and Bob Bass of Tennessee Corrections Institute discuss the County Corrections Partnership, in which TCI applies education-based approaches to solving correctional problems within local government.
Building a new training center or taking a leadership role in an existing training center can be exciting, but also comes with significant challenges. Key among these are decreasing budgets and increasing operating costs. In this webinar you will find out creative ways to lower costs and increase funding to keep your center running smoothly for a long time to secure your legacy.
In the wake of escalating rates in school violence, the need for best practices in school safety are growing at an ever increasing pace. In this recorded webinar, Mason Wooldridge, president of M.B.Wooldridge & Associates, will shed light onto what best practices are accessible to educators and law enforcement professionals. This webinar is a part of the Public Safety Innovation Series by Envisage Technologies. It is free and open to all educators, law enforcement (LEO), police, fire, EMS, corrections and other public safety professionals tasked with maintaining safe environments in our nation's schools.
It's your job to ensure that the first responders under your watch are prepared for theirs. In this recorded 60-minute webinar, Scott Stephenson, Director of Utah POST, describes how he transformed the compliance process using new technology and systems specifically designed for compliance organizations. This webinar is free to all public safety professionals tasked with tracking training standards and compliance.
On June 1 at its annual conference, IADLEST launched a program that is ushering in a new era in US law enforcement training: the National Certification Program, or NCP. IADLEST’s goal with this new training standard is to have it accepted in all 50 states, effectively calibrating the training standards of police departments across the nation, reducing risks of litigation, raising the quality of training and reducing costs for all parties involved. In this live event and webcast, Mike Becar, Executive Director of IADLEST, moderated a panel discussion with five panelists about what the NCP is and how it will raise the bar of our nation’s law enforcement training.