This curriculum instructs trainees in how to supervise to promote fair & impartial policing. The 7-hour training helps supervisors identify subordinates who may be acting in a biased manner–including those well-meaning officers whose biased behavior may not be consciously produced. This training provides guidance to supervisors on how they should respond to officers who exhibit biased policing behaviors and challenges supervisors to think about how bias might manifest in their own behavior. This training also provides guidance on how to speak about bias to individuals (e.g., officers, individual community members) and groups/media.
30 to 40 students with 1 instructors
Community Policing, Ethics, Management, Policy, Profiling
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