Reclaiming the Narrative about Police Service© is a webinar for police and community leadership concerned with recruiting members from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups to serve as a police officer amid cries for reform, restructuring, retraining. The course facilitator/instructor uses the anatomy of protest understood as a cry for legitimacy, procedural justice, bias-free policing to convey content and to encourage discussion.
Leadership Response to Bias Communication© reviews the back-2-basics of why we communicate, specifically addressing bias and bias-free communication, leadership challenges to maintaining an organizational culture that includes bias-free communication and inclusionary practices.
Organizational Culture © explores how organizational culture can either promote or suppress bias-free policing as well as create a brand for a department.
The goal for Creating Bias-Free Training© , is to help course developers identify the potential for bias when writing lesson content and how to preserve objectivity by adhering to the basic principles of adult learning.
During this course, we briefly review terminology relating to communication to help learners identify as well as understand how communication can reflect cultural norms of the agency. Misinterpretation of cultural norms can influence recruiting and retention of personnel.
Acknowledging the Existence of Bias© is a course for PEOPLE IN EVERY PROFESSION. The focus is the HUMANITY of a profession.