After Action Review 10-13-2021 Standard Registration (Law enforcement, government employees, students use coupon code AAR for $20 off)

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Accountability and Transparency in Law Enforcement

October 13, 2021

Law enforcement, government employees, students use code AAR for $20 off

***Please note that this event has been rescheduled to October 13, 2021***

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Join our experts for an important and current review of decision-making in law enforcement through the lens of a rapidly changing environment and pressures for reform.  We’ll be re-examining practical decision-making practices at all levels law enforcement including use of force decisions, effective training protocols, effects of trauma, implementation of new technologies, public release of information, appropriate response to protests, and community engagement with policing.

  • Interviews and panels with key oversight groups, auditors, and law enforcement across the nation
  • The ways community groups are partnering with law enforcement with the pressure to re-allocate funding
  • What law enforcement agencies have learned from handling protests to release of body-worn camera footage
  • The effects of trauma on officer decision making
  • Use of Force policies and training

Topic: The Future of Policing: Critical Thinking and Community Engagement

Speaker(s): Arif Alikhan and Susan Hutson

Time: 11:00 PM-12:00 PM Eastern

Format: Interview and Q&A with audience

Hours: 1

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Prerequisites: None

Level: Basic

Description: This session will examine and recommend practical approaches and decisions related to achieving internal accountability, positive community engagement, better hiring practices, critical thinking training, and the integration of new and evolving technologies into your law enforcement ecosystem.  We will examine new approaches to training, transparency, and how meaningful relationships can be built between the community, oversight entities, and police departments.

  • Community engagement in policing
  • Internal and external accountability and transparency
  • Critical thinking training
  • The effects of new technologies on policing
  • The role of the community and oversight in policing

Topic: Major Incident Response Review

Speaker: Dr. Jeffry Phillips, Deborah Witzburg

Time: 12:00 PM-1:30 PM Eastern

Format: Interview and Q&A with audience

Hours: 1.5

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Prerequisites: None

Level: Basic

Description: Hear how experts are conducting critical reviews and how it impacts decision-making and determines their plan of action for reform.

  • Reviews of policy and procedures in Chicago and LA pertaining to 2020 protests and riots
  • Transparency in data and its impact on communities and police
  • Closing the gap in training and leadership

Topic: The Psychology of Trauma and Decision-Making

Speaker: Dr. Alexandra Tsang, Dr. Toby Groves

Time: 1:40 PM-3:00 PM Eastern

Format: Interview and Q&A with audience

Hours: 1.5

Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge

Prerequisites: None

Level: Basic

Description: With new research on the effects of trauma, we are learning more about the psychological complexity of officer-community interactions and how training can support the mental health of officers and subsequently their decision-making in high stress environments.  Hear new research findings about micro trauma and the effects on both officers and the community.

  • Impacts of trauma on police officers and use of force decision making
  • Systemic racism
  • Policies and procedural consideration when responding to the mentally ill

 

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