Webinar Archives

Active Shooter Incidents and the Challenge of Police Notification
February 11, 2016
The Hero911 app answers the concern that remains the common conclusion during EVERY ONE of these senseless acts of violence; a short police notification time and subsequent response time can and WILL save lives.  See how the FREE and law enforcement exclusive Hero911 app works in concert with Guard911 services that is operable in all 50 states and backed by the world's foremost expert on human aggression, Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman, among many other national experts on active shootings.  With well over 26,000 LEOs possessing the Hero911 app to date in just over two years, this FREE app for police is strongly recommended and promoted throughout agencies and police associations nationwide.
Presenter: Nate McVicker, Hero911 Network

The Way of the Jedi: Developing the Balance Between the Warrior & Guardian
January 14, 2016
There is debate about whether officers should be warrior or guardians; however, these are polarizing extremes that force people to take sides and limit the mindset and tools that can be used. We suggest officers should be a balanced blend of both and use the "Jedi" to reveal how this approach will improve officer response and public perception.
Presenters:
Kimberly A. Miller, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist and Law Enforcement Consultant
Lt. David Pearson, Fort Collins, Colorado Police Services

Secure Your Load
December 10, 2015

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.


How to Avoid a $1,000,000 Hiring Mistake: Predicting Officer Liabilities with the M-Pulse Inventory
July 04, 2015

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.


Enterprise Risk Management for JPS
May 28, 2015
Change is happening, every day in every state in every department. For agencies in Justice and Public Safety, perhaps the most important reform is the incorporation of principles of evidence-based practice into sentencing, rehabilitation, policy and practice.
The term evidence-based practice management (EBPM ) was used initially in relation to medicine, but has since been adopted by criminal justice and public safety in many fields. Areas that can be most affected by this kind of approach include Jail Management, Pretrial, Community Corrections and Officer Risk Management.

Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault in Older Adults
April 14, 2015

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.


Radicalization and the Jail Information System
March 31, 2015

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.


PREA in 2015: The Latest on PREA Implementation and the PREA Audit
March 10, 2015

Here are some helpful resource links:

Curricula page  (scroll down to see the inmate education link)


PREA: The Law or Voluntary Standards?
February 04, 2015

NSA’s Center for Public Safety, Institute for Jail Operations will look at the DOJ PREA standards from a legal-based perspective to provide agencies information to make informed decisions on policy, procedures and training to run constitutionally safe jails. 


Neighborhood Watch Now Overview
November 19, 2014