Although change is really the only constant in life, most of us were never provided the skills and strategies to successfully implement a change effort in our personal and professional lives. As a result, many personal and professional change efforts are conducted in ways that lead to less than successful results. This webinar will define what change is and the different ways it is perceived, explore the challenges in implementing any change effort, review the main reasons people resist change and how to directly address these, explore how to get people bought into and embracing of change, and describe the specific steps required for a successful change effort. By the end of the webinar, participants can expect to have a new perspective on change and the tools they need to both more effectively manage the changes that life brings to them and also the ones they are in charge of facilitating.
Amanda Hilliard, Director for Outreach at FirstNet, will begin the webinar with an update on FirstNet's progress toward deploying the nationwide public safety broadband network, and lessons learned from engaging with the law enforcement community across the country. Next, a FirstNet staff member and former law enforcement professional will present a recent use case of how FirstNet technology could improve law enforcement response and effectiveness. Finally, attendees will hear from a county sheriff on the potential use of FirstNet in his operating environment.
Robin Abel is a mother in Renton, Washington whose daughter was catastrophically injured when someone lost a piece of furniture on the freeway. To keep others safe, she has changed state laws and is working in Washington, DC to obtain funds to educate the public.
Learn how to predict officer liabilities such as excessive force, sexual misconduct, and substance abuse with the M-Pulse Inventory, a screening instrument designed specifically for officer selection.
This program will provide critical information to build awareness among community justice professionals and the public regarding this growing, yet still often hidden, problem. It also will provide strategies for responding to older victims of domestic violence.
This presentation discussed prisoner radicalization in our nation’s jails and the use of the Jail Information System to obtain useful information which can lead to prevention of criminal and terrorist activities. In the past this information collection and dissemination model has been successfully utilized to prevent or intervene in offenses ranging from terrorist attacks to robberies and weapons offenses to assassination attempts.