Webinar: Re-Establishing Trust, Legitimacy, and Community Safety

While the specifics of police reform are still unknown, it is clear that the use of data will be a cornerstone of those efforts. Law enforcement decision-makers will need data and insights to establish a new generation of policies, training, and approaches that reduce use-of-force complaints, reduced litigation risk, promote transparency and accountability and build public trust.

This webinar focused on the following:

  • Importance of early intervention in identifying officers under stress
  • Consider how reform efforts will likely include the expanded use of early intervention systems
  •  Explore the use of integrating more data to create a holistic view of an officer
  • Capturing the patterns associated with excellent policework that can create opportunities for new training, policy development, promotions, and job assignments
  • Holistic but local approach to evidence-based systems
  •  Incorporating an officer wellness approach

Guest Speakers Included:

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Watch the Webinar Here

September 18, 2020 - 11:00am

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