Brian McEwen Sergeant, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, IN
May 28, 2019
2:00 - 4:00pm EST
$95.00 per registered attendee
$95.00 for the first attendee - $25.00 per each additional attendee
$500 This fee will allow for up to 40 attendees to participate in the webinar
In law enforcement agencies across the country, there is a tendency to address performance or misconduct issues only after the officer’s situation has become the topic of discussion among other officers, garnered media attention, or even reached a criminal level. This webinar will briefly discuss specific areas which will not only assist first-line supervisors in identifying officer’s needing help, but will also focus on the ways to help, while at the same time protecting the supervisor and the agency from possible liability.
This webinar touches on several areas which will assist supervisors in crafting strategies intended to identify and prevent poor performance and/or police misconduct in the early stages. Learning these strategies may save careers when possible, increase the safety of law enforcement professionals and the public, and decrease discipline and minimize liability.
Identifying “toxic” officers and understanding the importance of intervening early before officers are in crisis.
How to conduct effective and meaningful annual performance appraisals.
How to effectively “coach/mentor” officers before events lead to formal discipline.
Understanding the “nuts and bolts” of setting up an early intervention system and how to effectively use a system in identifying early warning signs.
Using the DISC™ assessment, recognizing traits as a leader and employees’ personality in determining effective intervention strategies.