Speakers, Experts and Trainers for the IAWP Regional Training April 2017

Training Hosted by Region 10 - I A W P

SPEAKERS

KEYNOTE SPEAKER JANE TOWNSLEY


Keynote Speaker Jane Townsley, immediate past President IAWP, British Transport Police (Retired), Masters of Science in Security, Conflict and International Development with Merit, Owner/Founder Force International Ltd.

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FAIR AND IMPARTIAL POLICING, Lt. (ret.) Sandra Brown,
Over the past decade, police personnel, researchers, community leaders and other stakeholders have engaged in a national discussion about policing and bias; biases based on race and ethnicity have received the most attention. Much of the national discussion, however, has been based on outdated notions of how bias manifests in our society. 

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MOVING FROM DISCIPLINE TO COACHING:  How to become an amazing leader in your organization by creating a culture of coaching, no matter what your rank.
Samantha Thomson-Daly, M.P.A., Senior Administrator, Trainer, Law Enforcement Professional

 

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GENDER AWARENESS TRAINING, Cpt. Michele Fisher, San Francisco Sheriff's Department

Over the past 20 years, the San Francisco Sheriff's Department developed effective policies, processes and training on awareness and addressing gender issues.  We will explore policies issues on transgender and gender variant people, appropriate terminology, etiquette including proper pronoun usage and legal requirements for SF Sheriff’s Department staff.  The program is a model for Gender Awareness Training.

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THE POLICE BRAIN, Shelly Hamel, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center

 

Police work causes you to "See" and think differently.  This guides how you interact with the public, their perceptions vs. our perceptions.  Fast-paced and entertaining, this presentation always generates positive feedback.

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GETTING THROUGH THESE TROUBLED TIMES, Ellen Kirschman, Ph.D.
A dozen strategies for helping yourself, your children, and your significant other/spouse.  Ellen is a clinical psychologist and volunteer clinician at the First Responders Support Network.

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WOMEN, THE PEACEFUL WARRIORS, Staff Sgt. Cori Slaughter, Ottawa Police

There is a challenge in policing: how to bridge the gap between reactive law enforcement and proactively preventing crime.  Women as Peace Officers provides a backdrop for illustrating unique skills and tools that women bring to fight crime in communities.

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