CPSM, in cooperation with ICMA, presents 21st Century Policing Workshops (see details under News Section!
21st Century Policing
CENTER FOR PUBLIC SAFETY MANAGEMENT Exclusive provider of Public Safety Technical Services for the International City Management Association (ICMA)
21ST CENTURY POLICING FOR TRUST AND EFFECTIVENESS: HOW MANAGERS AND POLICE CHIEFS MUST PARTNER FOR SUCCESS
A two day, intensive, interactive workshop for City Managers & their Police Chiefs to develop strategies for their community that will meet the future challenges facing law enforcement.
American policing faces a crisis of community confidence. Far too many people question whether local police departments are truly committed to their safety and justice in the wake of highly publicized incidents of police misconduct, abuse of force and poor judgment. Yet in most communities, police officers carry out their work with professionalism, effectiveness and respect for those they serve.
The President's Task Force on 21st Century Policing identified six pillars upon which American policing must focus on. This two day training is offered to teams of police chiefs and city managers to learn the lessons of some of the most notorious recent incidents and, more importantly, the best practices of 21st century policing. Through structured information sharing and discussion, chiefs and managers will be able to assess their police departments and develop short range action plans to improve local policing for enhanced community confidence and legitimacy.
The relationship between the Police Chief and City Manager is crucial to the proper functioning of the local police department. Cities are invited to send both their Chief of Police and City Manager. Individual officials are not permitted. The investment of this training will strengthen this crucial relationship and lead to better policing for local communities.
Attendance is limited to 20 manager/chief teams.
Fee is $1550 total for the registration of the team of both manager and chief and includes breakfast and lunch both days.
Manager should register as primary attendee and register chief as guest.