Law Enforcement

Principled Policing - Procedural Justice & Implicit Bias

Aug 13 2021 - Aug 13 2021

Description

This 8-hour course teaches 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.  In addition, developing an understanding of these two concepts will enable law enforcement to improve safety and well-being for the public and law enforcement officers alike.

 

Designed For

 Currently employeed State and local law enforcement agency staff

Hours

 8.0

Units

 -0-

Certification

P.O.S.T. Certified

Location

Marina Police Department
211 Hillcrest Avenue
Marina, CA 93933

For more information contact:
Matthew Ortega
Program Coordinator
SBRPSTC
mortega@theacademy.ca.gov
408-229-4227

Meeting days/times

Friday 0800-1700

Fees

POST Plan V
FEES: $0 for POST-reimbursable agencies; $133 for non-POST-reimbursable agencies

Late Cancellation Fee

N/A