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Leading an Organization Through Bail Reform, COVID and Social Unrest

Leading an Organization Through Bail Reform, COVID and Social Unrest Workshop How does a law enforcement organization adapt to changing social circumstances through strategic leadership? Suffolk County Sheriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr. provides a roadmap for successfully responding to rapidly emerging issues based on his team’s experience during a year that began with the enactment […]

Covid 19 Lessons Learned

Covid 19 Lessons Learned Workshop When the coronavirus pandemic was in its infancy, NCCHC and NSA both recognized the tremendous challenge it would pose for law enforcement and correctional institutions. We knew that sheriffs needed access to real-time information to keep their staff, as well as, their facilities safe. This seminar consists of a panel […]

Constitutional Ethics

Listen to Dr. Dreisbach’s PODCAST Download Dr. Christopher Dreisbach’s Constitutional Literacy Book GO HERE AFTER THE WORKSHOP TO GET YOUR CERTIFICATE Constitutional Ethics Workshop Constitutional Ethics When facing difficult moral situations, how do law enforcement leaders maintain their integrity and accountability? What tools are available for deciding the hard cases and explaining the tough moral […]

Dynamic of Interposition: Duty to Intervene

Dynamic of Interposition: Duty to Intervene Workshop It is well recognized in the law enforcement profession that a senior officer has a duty to intervene when a subordinate officer becomes abusive towards a citizen or suspect. But what if the offending officer outranks the subordinate officer? Does the junior officer have a duty to intervene […]

Managing Human Rights: A Victim Centered Approach for Protecting Human and Civil Rights

Managing Human Rights: A Victim Centered Approach for Protecting Human and Civil Rights Workshop The seminar will provide a brief history and understanding of human rights principles and how they are reflected in our domestic constitution; provide an understanding of the interdependencies within the criminal justice system as a singular process; and, highlight the basic […]

Officer Wellness

Officer Wellness Workshop This training session on Officer Wellness comes from a comprehensive 8-hour training program that is being taught nationwide. The seminar will focus on the biggest health threats to the law enforcement profession and what specific action steps are needed to identify, mitigate and address the issues that are discussed. Attendees will be […]

Title VII Basics For Criminal Justice Professionals

Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview In 1964 the federal government enacted Title VII of the Civil Rights Act intended in part to prevent or reduce illegal employment discrimination against members of a protected class. Despite the passage of these many years claims of illegal employment discrimination continue to […]

HIPAA Myths and Reality for Local Government and Law Enforcement

Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview While HIPAA was enacted in 1996 and security and privacy regulations went into effect in 2003 there remains in the public, government entities and criminal justice agencies much confusion about what HIPAA is and perhaps more importantly what it is not. In this […]

Myths of Garrity & Self Incrimination

Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview Nearly everyone who works in law enforcement has heard of a “Garrity Warning” and think they know what it is and involves.  A very significant number of those people have it wrong. This course discusses what Garrity and its lesser known cousin Gardner […]

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA): The Basics

Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview Since the U.S. Supreme Court extended the reach of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Congress adopted special laws for the public sector the FLSA has been an on-going source of liability and confusion for public employers. In this course we discuss […]

Brady / Giglio Lists & Discipline

Course Length: 2 hrs. Student Contact Certificate of Completion: Included Course Overview While many criminal justice professionals have heard about the Supreme Court cases of Brady and Giglio and the need for the government to disclose potential exculpatory to attorneys for criminal defendants, many are just learning of an evolving area of the law relating […]

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