The Dynamic of Restoration: Restoring Renegade Officers

August 22, 2019

Restoring renegade officers may be our greatest leadership challenge. Most officers agree that the majority of their work-related stress stems from unhealthy internal relationships.  Unresolved conflicts can result in hurt, depression, anger, and jealousy that undermine internal discipline and agency effectiveness.  The integration of specific character qualities is necessary to restore renegade officers and stabilize internal relationships.


PRESENTER: Ray Nash began his 40-year law enforcement career as a police dispatcher while he was still in high school. After a time as a patrolman and street supervisor, he was appointed Police Chief in Irmo, South Carolina at the tender age of 23. Later, he served as a Training Specialist with the Institute of Police Technology and Management (I.P.T.M.) at the University of North Florida, then returned to S.C. for his second tenure as a Police Chief, this time in Summerville.

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