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Police Liability Training

Dolan Consulting Group provides training in legal liability and personnel management for police and public safety officers. Courses are available and applicable for all ranks of management, from new field training officers to sheriffs and chiefs.

DCG provides training that helps police leaders recognize and manage the most common and costly personnel liability issues in public safety – those related to the officers who are your greatest asset or your greatest liability. In our training, we cover the relevant federal and state statutes to help you minimize the legal risk to your law enforcement agency. Invest in your public safety career today by attending a leadership class, viewing a webinar, or reading a research brief or legal article.

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Our courses cover a variety of legal liability and personnel management issues, including:

  • Making legally defensible hiring decisions
  • Understanding discrimination and avoiding retaliation liability
  • Employing effective performance evaluations
  • Implementing progressive discipline policies for misconduct
  • Identifying and confronting “toxic” officers
  • Ending employment through separation agreements
  • Managing sexual harassment claims

Why Dolan Consulting Group?

Many of our police and law enforcement classes are approved for state-specific continuing education credit. We are committed to not just help you fill your requirement but to give you the most up-to-date tools and techniques that are applicable to your public safety career. Dolan Consulting Group offers training across the United States, as well as research and consulting services. Instruction and consulting is provided by trainers with decades of experience to insure that when you gain new tools to improve your law enforcement career and your agency’s ability to protect and serve.

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