Law Enforcement

Principled Policing Train the Trainer

Sep 23 2019 - Sep 25 2019

Description

This three-day (24-hour) course provides a "how to" on teaching policing approaches that emphasize respect, listening, neutrality and trust (Procedural Justice) while also addressing the common implicit biases that can be barriers to these approaches (Implicit Bias).  Law enforcement can improve trust and relationships between law enforcement agencies and their communities by using these principles to evaluate their policies, procedures and training within their departments.  The course covers instruction on how law enforcement agencies can prepare to teach the one-day (8-hour) course "Principled Policing: Procedural Justice & Implicit Bias" with a focus on ensuring an effective, high quality training.

 

Designed For

Must be employed by a Law Enforcement agency. Open to Northern California Law Enforcement Agencies Includes Central Valley Agencies.

 

Hours

 24.0 Hours

Units

 0

Certification

P.O.S.T. Plan V 

Certificate upon completion

College of Record

Cabrillo College

College Term

FALL

Location

The Academy, South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium
560 Bailey Avenue
San Jose, CA 95141
Classroom D-103

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Accommodations have been negotiated with Courtyard by Marriott in Morgan Hill at $140 before taxes.

Meeting days/times

Mon., Tues., Wed.
0800 - 1700 hours

Fees

FEES: POST Agencies -0-
Non-POST Reimbursable agencies $300.00
LOA Restrictions apply.

POST CCN #2540-12426-19-001

Late Cancellation Fee

N/A

Payment Information

All classes require full payment or a designated deposit at time of reservation. We accept Visa and MasterCard (a transaction fee of 2% will apply), cash, money order and cashier’s checks (made payable to SBRPSTC). Agency billing may also be arranged. Financial aid and VA benefits may be available.

*ALL FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. When possible, students will be advised of any fee changes prior to course start date. Tuition fee increases made at any time by the State Chancellor’s office may require collection of additional fees from students.

Students who have not lived in California for at least one (1) year and (1) day prior to start of college semester or do not meet other college criteria may be considered “out-of-state” students, and subject to additional fees to the ones listed above. Please check with our staff for details and exact costs.

Reservations

Agency personnel: please phone in (or email to: sbrpstc@theacademy.ca.gov) the following information:

  • Class Requested
  • Agency Name
  • Training Officer (TO) Name
  • TO's Email Address
  • Phone Number
  • Attendee Name(s), Email Address, DOB
  • Method of payment if applicable

Self-sponsored students: Contact our main office at (408) 229-4299 to register. Be prepared to submit full or partial payment, depending on the class

Non-U.S. Citizens: If you are not a U.S. citizen but have a Permanent Resident card, email a copy of the front and back of the card (indicate the class in which you are registering) to: sbrpstc@theacademy.ca.gov

Cancellation/Refund Policy

All classes require full payment due by or before the first day of class. Out of consideration for people who are on a waiting list, your reservation must be cancelled no later than 30 days prior to first day of class. After the 30-day cancellation period, students/agencies will forfeit a minimum of $50 for materials expenses associated with unexcused cancellations. Substitutions or transfer of your reservation to another student is permitted upon approval.

Course Cancellation by South Bay

Each class has a minimum enrollment requirement. If the minimum enrollment is not reach for the course three weeks prior to the beginning of the class, the class may be cancelled and any deposits/payments will be refunded in full.

College Application Process

This program is presented through the South Bay Regional Public Safety Training Consortium of Community Colleges (SBRPSTC), which includes Gavilan College, Monterey Peninsula College, Ohlone College, Hartnell College, Lake Tahoe Community College, Mission College, College of San Mateo, and Cabrillo College.

Only courses and programs presented for college credit will be funded, transcripted and certified through one of the above accredited institutions.

Funds generated through this process offset the costs of each course, thereby reducing student fees for the student/agency and allowing us to present more courses. Consequently, we require all students taking one of our college-based courses to apply to the designated college using OpenCCC, the online college application system by which the majority of community colleges collects registration and transcription information.

Students will receive reservation confirmation and class information along with college application instructions approximately 45 days before the class starts. If applicable, you will be required to complete the college application process and submit your South Bay Registration Form, to include your OpenCCC and applicable College ID numbers no later than 30 days before the class start date.*Failure to complete the college application process may result in your cancellation from the course or additional course/cancellation fees.