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1983 Civil Rights Litigation: The Basics

Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview A major theory of liability used to try to impose civil liability on law enforcement staff and other employees of state and local government and even the agencies directly is civil rights liability brought pursuant to 42 USC 1983.  In this presentation you […]

Dynamic of Interposition: Duty to Intervene

Course Length: 3 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview It’s well recognized in the police profession that a senior officer has a duty to intervene when a subordinate officer becomes abusive towards a citizen or suspect. But what if the offending officer outranks him? Does the junior officer have a duty to […]

20 Imperative Laws of Officer Wellness & Well-being – March 2021 Virtual Workshop

20 Imperative Laws of Officer Wellness & Well-being – March 2021 Virtual Workshop

Access Virtual Session “GRIT is a positive trait with perseverance and passion that helps us push through Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity (VUCA).  RESILIENCE is the speed by which we recover from it.  HARDINESS is the ability to neurologically strengthen our capacity with valence, before, during and after It.” … Mitch Javidi, Ph.D Law Enforcement professionals of all ranks and […]

Women in Leadership: Confidence to Succeed

Live Session (Oct 5, 12, 19 & 26) ResurgentU Podcast Complete Your Self-Assessment ASAP Download Module 1 Workbook Download Module 2 Workbook Download Module 3 Workbook Download Module 4 Workbook Welcome to the Women in Leadership Workshop. Today, more than ever, women are at the right place and the right time to lead organizations into […]

DOJ – Every Officer is a Leader

Access Course Materials Download Textbook This project was supported by cooperative agreement awarded by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions contained herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice. References to specific agencies, companies, […]

Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) e-Learning Supplements

The information provided in this section are work in progress by the MN CIT, SD CIT and the National Command & Staff College.   You have been given a fifteen (15) days confidential courtesy review. Contact Dr. Mitch Javidi at 919.946.0777 or mjavidi@commandcollege.org or  if you have any questions and/or require more information. Copyright 2019-2020

Implicit Bias

Implicit Bias

Course Overview Implicit bias describes the automatic association people make between groups of people and stereotypes about those groups. Under certain conditions, those automatic associations can influence behavior—making people respond in biased ways even when they are not explicitly prejudiced. In the context of criminal justice and community safety, implicit bias has been shown to […]

Fire Fighter Series

Fire Fighter Series

The content of Fire Fighter Series I & 2, as presented by the International Academy of Public Safety (IAPS) on this portal, follows the lesson plans associated with the “Essentials of Fire Fighting, 5th Edition”.  The modules were produced in 2012 to assist career and volunteer firefighters to sharpen their skills. The topics included in […]

Law Enforcement Series

Law Enforcement Series

The content of this Law Enforcement Series as presented by the International Academy of Public Safety (IAPS) on this portal, follows general law enforcement procedures.  The modules were produced in 2012 and are provided here for educational purposes only.  Review of these modules does not guarantee Pro-Board Certification by any police agency nor local, state, […]

Coronavirus: New Challenges for Jails

Coronavirus: New Challenges for Jails

Developed and Presented by: Indiana Sheriff’s Association and Indiana Law Enforcement Academy Instructors: Bill Wilson, Indiana Sheriff’s Association; Lt. Steve Guthrie, Indiana Law Enforcement Academy and Pam Schneeman, Attorney, Stephenson Morow & Semler 2  Credit Hours Learning Objectives Presenters Disclaimer Learning Objectives: Learn about challenges jails face in managing COVID-19. Learn about the relationship between […]

Crisis Management & De-Escalation Communication Skills During The COVID-19 Epidemic

Crisis Management & De-Escalation Communication Skills During The COVID-19 Epidemic

Crisis Management & De-Escalation Communication Skills During The COVID-19 Epidemic 2  Credit Hours This course provides a general overview of commonly encountered types of mental illness as well as general behavior issues related to stressors. Officers encounter and respond to crisis, domestic and dispute calls daily. Through this course, they will gain an understanding of […]

MAGNUS Well-being Part 2: Strengths, Challenges and Coping in the time of COVID-19

MAGNUS Well-being Part 2: Strengths, Challenges and Coping in the time of COVID-19

That which does not kill us makes us stronger. Our greatest test, as individuals, families and communities, comes in times of crisis. In the current crisis, our leadership and coping tools are being tested. The outcome of these tests is a function of our brain fitness.  This seminar will describe the various elements of brain […]

MAGNUS Well-being Part 1: Strengthening Your Resilience & Anti-fragility

MAGNUS Well-being Part 1: Strengthening Your Resilience & Anti-fragility

What remains constant in dealing with the COVID-19 virus is the Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity (VUCA) of it. We are all working hard to not only physically safeguard our health but to also strengthen the psychological hardiness of our emotional well-being. It is well-established that our emotional well-being is profoundly connected to our physical […]

National 4 Star Certification

National 4 Star Certification

Congratulations on successfully completing the the ICLD I-IV courses of the National Command & Staff College. You have met the prerequisite and are now eligible to apply for recognition to the Criminal Justice Commission for Credible Leadership Development as a Certified Credible Leader. Completion of this certification carries with it the responsibilities, honors and privileges […]

Credible Leadership Program: Competency & Mastery (60 hrs.)

Credible Leadership Program: Competency & Mastery (60 hrs.)

Start Here Textbook Course Overview Marshall Goldsmith’s Model Course Objectives Requirements and Grading Textbook Anderson, T., et. al. (2012).  Every Officer is a Leader: Coaching Leadership, Learning and Performance in Justice, Public Safety, and Security Organizations.  New York: Troford. Download here … The 12 Transforming Leadership Principles and the 60 Leadership Skills contained and referenced in […]

Credible Leadership Program: Application & Advancement (47 hrs.)

Credible Leadership Program: Application & Advancement (47 hrs.)

Start Here Course Overview Course Objectives Course Resources Course Instructors Course Overview The Institute for Credible Leadership Development (ICLD III) focuses on understanding the human factors of police leadership and how if used effectively, it can change the internal culture and external perception of an organization. It is steeped in emotional intelligence and self-realism, containing […]

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