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Crisis Leadership for Law Enforcement

Successful law enforcement leadership in the 21st century means being prepared to respond when things go wrong—either internally or in the community. This two-day training course, led by an experienced retired chief of police, who navigated a wide variety of crises, is designed to equip you with the essential skills to prevent, mitigate, and navigate the challenges that arise for law enforcement leaders. Blending theory, real-world case studies, and practical exercises ensures that everyone, from newly appointed leaders to those with years of experience, is well-prepared to handle the challenges that lie ahead. Course topics include:

– Critical Incident Leadership
– Avoiding Reputational Crises Through Policy, Training & Values
– Reputational Crisis Response Plan
– Internal Communications: A Critical Audience
– Change Leadership: Leading Through Shifts in Police Culture

Seating is limited, so don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your leadership skills and make an impact for your department and community, hosted by the Sandy Police Department, located about 20 minutes south of Salt Lake City.

The engaging two-day course is taught be Christopher Mannino, a retired chief of police from the Chicago area. He is an FBI National Academy graduate and National Policing Institute Executive Fellow, who led his agency through multiple crises and critical incidents. He is now Vice President of Julie Parker Communications and is internationally recognized as a crisis communications expert.