Police & Fire Training
Why is the bias recognition, diversity, and Police/community training provided by Toney Police Consulting, LLC important?
Incidents of Police involved shootings dominate the national media. Police involved shooting incidents in cities such as in St. Paul, Minnesota of Philando Castile and in Baton Rouge, Louisiana of Alton Sterling have sparked protests and public disruptions. The anti-Police attitude has reached its zenith with the cold blooded murder of five Police Officers in Dallas, Texas and similar tragedies nationwide. Enough is enough!
Names such as Trevon Martin, Tamir Rice, Philando Castile, Alton Sterling and other high profile Police shootings are etched into history. These Officer involved shootings have thrust departments and law enforcement Officers into the national spotlights and damaged the public trust. The distrust towards the Police has steadily increased. When we examine recent local developments, public outcry and the attacks on Police nationally, can you afford not to utilize our services?
Fire Chiefs, Sheriffs, and Police Chiefs must be personally committed to the recognition of personal and professional bias. They must recognize the dire need to mend the relationships with the citizens and the communities they serve. The major obstacles of bias and prejudice must be overcome. These biases and prejudices exist in a myriad of forms. As in any challenge, we must first do a self examination and recognize the inner true feelings that we all have. Once these are recognized only then can Departments, Officers and Firefighters seek to manage them.
Fire Chiefs, Sheriffs, and Police Chiefs must train Officers and Firefighters on how to recognize, manage, and avoid all forms of workplace harassment and discrimination with bias recognition, diversity, and sexual harassment training.
Key Features of the Presentation
- Reasons for attendance
- Bias recognition
- Cultural context types
- Law enforcement subculture
- Color of victimization
- Sexual harassment types
- Building a better relationship with the community
- Bias Recognition Management
- Improving Community/Police relations
- Sexual Harassment
- Victimization of the American Police Officer