Public Agency Training Council is proud to be providing continuing education through webinars hosted by our instructors. All webinars have been recorded from previous live training sessions. Registered viewers will receive a limited time access link to view the training. Upon completing the training all viewers will receive a course completion certificate.

Each webinar is 2-hours long unless otherwise noted.

A NOBLE PROFESSION - Returning Professionalism to Law Enforcement

Instructor: Tim Randall

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Course Description: This course will look at professionalism in law enforcement. We will discuss the benefits of this course to include: Officer safety, enhanced professionalism, decreased citizen complaints, decreased vicarious liability, increased officer morale, improve relationships between law enforcement and the community, and honoring the proud tradition of the police serving a community.

Topics Covered: Traits of a professional, the crucible of the streets, warning signs of conflict, uniform courage, attitude, ego, first impressions, applying customer service skills to public service, keys to handling unreasonable & difficult people, things cops should never say, universal truths, predictors of citizen satisfaction, professional language and looking out for each other.

After "IT" Happens: Impact on Police Officers and Communities

Instructor: Eric DiLorenzo

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Due to the high potential threat to an officer’s safety and life as well as seeing deaths among the protected population, an officer’s psychological integrity is greatly threatened after responding to a Mass Shooting. A Mass Shooting in a community has far-reaching implications to include disruption of services and a reduction in the workforce within a Law Enforcement Agency.


This training identifies the impacts on an officer, the department, and the community it serves while providing solutions to get officers and agencies back to their “new normal” after a Mass Shooting incident. 

Background Investigations

Instructor: Tim Randall


Background investigations play a critical role in ensuring the integrity of the process. To make a valid evaluation of the individual, it is crucial that as much information as possible is known and that the investigation is of high quality. Many agencies say they can not afford to do a comprehensive background investigation when the reality is, you cannot afford not to do a background investigation. This webinar will take you step by step through a background investigation to help you find candidates who have the education, skills and personality necessary to fill the position. We will also talk about how to find out any issues of reputation, integrity or trustworthiness that could potentially put the agency at risk of liability.

Behavioral Analytics and Leadership

Instructor: Darryl Rivers

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These models of behavior course are designed to illuminate the four basic behavior styles and how each individual's behavior style influences his or her communication. By recognizing our communicative behaviors', we can identify why we experience good communication and extreme difficulties with others. Each attendee will be provided a personal communication style behavioral assessment prior to attending the course. A detailed breakdown of each attendees' behavior/communication style will be provided along with methods to up-level the effectiveness of their overall communication. This course is for all levels of law enforcement.

Challenging Interviews: Children and Sex Crimes Victims

Instructor: Mike Ruggiero and Ryan Olsson

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The webinar will focus on various techniques to employ when conducting these challenging interviews. The success of these investigations often hinges on the quality and thoroughness of the initial interviews, they need to be done professionally and with the interviewee in mind. 

Child Abuse- from Homicide through Neglect

Instructors: Kathryn Marsh & Melissa Hoppmeyer


Child abuse cases are unique with rapidly changing evidence and witness statements.  The investigations require recognition of the injuries and immediate preservation of evidence.  In infant homicides, 80% of the infants have no signs of external trauma. This training will examine what to preserve the scene and how to properly dore-enactments.  This training will further cover the signs, symptoms, and family dynamics that lead to the most common scene of physical child abuse.  We will also examine how to investigate child exploitation crimes that most commonly occur on-line and through apps for successful prosecution. Finally, we will examine child neglect and the differences between families in need and criminal neglect.  Specifically what should be investigated and documented in order to prove criminal neglect.

Child Abuse Investigation for the Patrol Officer

Instructor: Derrick Harris

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During this course, the students will learn the importance of the initial investigation into Child Abuse and understand the importance of the officer’s role.

Child Custody Orders: Debunking the Myth

Instructor: Wayne Sheppard


This webinar will provide the participant with the federal framework of resources and relevant case law in matters of child custody orders.  In doing so, the information provided will debunk the myth that child custody orders are only a civil issue. Hence, a law enforcement response is required.  Therefore, the webinar will provide the necessary steps and course of investigative action law enforcement authorities are required to take in its response to these types of incidents. 

Climbing the Ladder of Influential Leadership

Instructor: Darryl Rivers


Leadership is a process, not a position.  This course deals with people and their dynamics which are continually changing.  We will discuss clear and teachable steps for outstanding leadership growth and understanding.  By the end of our time together, participants will have an in-depth understanding of where they currently are in their leadership journey and how to up-level their leadership effectiveness by applying proven principles of leadership influence. 

Communicating Through Crisis

Instructor: Miriam Dickler

Public safety agencies can find themselves suddenly in the public and media spotlight when a crisis hits; learn to navigate the public information challenges of these high-stress events confidently and successfully.

Conducting Successful Robbery Investigations

Instructor: Brian Jarvis


In order to have cases that can be prosecuted successfully, we must ensure that the robbery investigation is handled professionally and thoroughly from the time it is reported until the culmination of the investigation.

The successful investigation is the product of a good crime scene investigation, informative interviews, proper follow up and thorough and complete documentation of the facts. Any area that is lacking during the investigation reduces the chances of a successful prosecution.

Courtroom Testimony for Officers and Detectives

Instructor: John Kempf


Topics will include; preparing to testify, dealing with the "tricks" of cross-examination, handling the "CSI effect."

Creative Criminal Investigations Primer

Instructor: Mark Kollar

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This fast-paced webinar serves as a primer to provide unconventional investigative ideas which will help bring resolution to your unsolved cases while providing additional tools for your investigative toolbox. Leveraging human assets, crime scene/forensic evidence, data analytics, investigative techniques, and cutting-edge technology will all be introduced for your consideration. Specific topics include genetic phenotyping, license plate readers, artificial intelligence, in-home smart devices, advertiser I.D.s, geofencing, and vehicle “black boxes,” among over 3 dozen other topics/suggestions to be presented.

Crime Scene Management

Instructor: Tim Randall

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This course addresses the responsibilities of the crime scene manager to make sure everything gets done, everything gets done right and everything gets documented.  This course will cover the supervision of those who investigate crime scenes, including responding patrol officers, case detectives, supervisors, coroners/death scene investigators, and laboratory analysts. It emphasizes the documentation and collection of physical evidence that will be used to reconstruct events.

Criminal Investigation Tactics - Techniques - Procedures

Instructor: Tim Randall

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This webinar outlines tactics, techniques, and procedures with the goal of providing practical tools to ensure successful investigative processes and investigative practices. Most importantly, this webinar will give you step-by-step instructions during the follow-up phase of an investigation.

Crisis and PTSD: The Impact of Our Current Crisis on Past Trauma

Instructor: Silouan Green


In this webinar, we will examine the impact of coronavirus on cumulative stress. We will go over warning signs and intervention tools for those with developing cumulative trauma and stress.

Crisis Communications for Dispatchers

Instructor: Don Haley


Telecommunicators are often exposed to a variety of emotions from emergency calls.  Remaining poised and calm allows the telecommunicator to be in control of the situation. The methods for handling callers in different crisis situations will be discussed throughout this course.

Crisis De-escalation for Police Communicators (Part 1)

Instructor: Monique Rollin

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This webinar is designed to assist police communicators to understand and deal with individuals who are suffering from mental illness or in a state of crisis.


Communicators play an important role as first responders and this course will allow them to gain an understanding of their own critical roles and responsibilities and become part of the communal team effort and effective resolution of critical incidents.

Crisis Intervention

Instructor: Dr. Andy Young

  • Principles of Intervention

  • Active Listening

  • Mental Health Overview

  • Suicide by Cop

Critical Incident Stress Management and Officer Wellness

Instructor: Dr. Andy Young


An overview of how to take care of officers after they experience a traumatic or critical incident, with an incident debrief as an example.

Dangerous Restraint Techniques

Instructor: Dr. Elena Bulakhtina

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The use of force by police in the execution of their duty is unavoidable, contrary to the expectations of the general public. Every law enforcement officer would likely use some type of restraint more than once during his or her career. Some people will suddenly die while being restrained, or shortly after. Could such deaths be avoided? Did the person die solely because of restraint? If not, did restraint contribute to death? Such questions could not be answered by yes or no. What could be done is to minimize the risk of death and injury of a person in custody by learning why some restraint methods are more dangerous than others.

Dead Wrong

Instructor: Dr. Elena Bulakhtina


I am a big fan of crime fiction and TV shows. I’ve read hundreds of books by authors from all over the world. I try not to focus on what crime writers got wrong about forensic pathology, but I have my limits. “The death occurred at midnight, and our killer is left-handed,” said a coroner who just finished an autopsy at the medical examiner’s office.” It is all wrong, I would say to anyone willing to listen. Coroners do not perform autopsies unless they happen to be forensic pathologists. The time of death cannot be determined by looking at stomach contents. The handedness cannot be determined by examining the wounds, and soon.


As you have guessed by now, this presentation is about common forensic pathology mistakes in crime fiction and how it works in real life. 


But we know it all, you might say. Maybe. Maybe not. I have met coroners, police and lawyers, who had the same misconceptions about certain forensic pathology aspects as the crime writes.

Discrimination in the Workplace

Instructor: Mark Waterfill

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Learn the essential terms regarding various types of discrimination, such as gender, race, age, religion, and disability. Explore how to defend these claims and create a diverse workplace free of discrimination.

Domestic Violence Homicide, Suspicious Death or Missing Person

Instructors: Kathryn Marsh & Melissa Hoppmeyer

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Overview: Every year there are a number of missing persons and presumed dead individuals or individuals who are deceased but the manner of death is undetermined. What these cases have in common is a lengthy history of domestic violence. How can an investigation change a Medical Examiners opinion from undetermined to homicide? How can a homicide be charged in a nobody case? This training will cover reopening cold cases, the use of cadaver dogs, and scene processing. The training will review how prior 911 calls, protective orders, social media posts, and witnesses can be used to build and try the DV homicide.

Employee and Community Messaging

Instructor: George Perez

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Communication through a crisis for police supervisors.

Employee Performance Matters

Instructor: George Perez

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Defending the employee discipline and employee performance plan process.

Equality and Feminist Leadership in Policing

Instructor: Monique Rollin


This webinar will explore the theory of equality and feminist leadership in policing. We will discuss law enforcement’s conception of power and leadership in work environments that is inextricably linked to lopsided social and cultural structures that marginalize women. Feminist Leadership is leadership that recognizes equality, mutuality, and the absence of sex-role behaviors. Current questionable leadership norms reinforce hierarchies and often employee potential and capability are viewed through a biased lens shaped by stereotypes about gender, sex, race, class, and origin.

Excited Delirium (EXD)

Instructor: Dr. Elena Bulakhtina

  • Clinical presentation

  • Causes

  • Sudden death associated with EXD during or shortly after a violent struggle with police

  • Use of force including the use of Taser in persons with EXD

  • Danger of EXD to police, first responders and medical professionals such as ED personnel

First Responder Response to Drone Flights

Instructor: Vincent D'Angelo


Hear what first responders, can do while dealing with small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS), commonly called drones.  Millions of drones are entering the airspace annually. These devices are a significant threat to manned and commercial aircraft, large open-air events, dignitary visits, infrastructure as well as a potential nuisance and violation of privacy over homes, hotels, offices, etc.  


Local law enforcement and private industry are not permitted to use current technology that jams or manipulates these drones.


  • Learn what can be done to mitigate the problem through public education and proactive enforcement using available tools and laws.

  • Learn about building relationships and sharing with drone detection technology companies potentially already in or near your city or jurisdiction.

  • Learn what local law enforcement and local courts can and have done while working closely with their district and city attorneys as well as the Federal Aviation Administration.

  • Discuss using existing as well as new laws to address errant drone flights of the clueless, careless, and criminal.

  • Discuss dealing with the future of drones and being ahead of the problem.

Fentanyl Trends, Identification and Safe Handling

Instructor: John Kempf


A concise look at current fentanyl trends and best practices on safe handling from the street to the courtroom.

Foundation of Peer Support: Core Principles in a Time of Crisis

Instructor: Silouan Green

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In this webinar, you will learn simple, but effective peer support tools and actions for departments of all sizes in a time of crisis. Peer support is one of the most effective tools in our belt for dealing with changing times and unknown outcomes.


Instructor: Tim Randall


Why does it take so long to get someone hired? This webinar will look at the challenges, opportunities, and strategies for a successful hiring process.  We will talk about how to develop an efficient policy and process for applications, testing, and hiring.  We will help you understand the steps to interview a candidate and avoid negligent hiring.

Homicide Crime Scene Reconstruction

Instructor: Tim Randall


This course gives investigators and crime scene personnel a basic foundation in identifying, documenting, and reconstructing evidence at a homicide crime scene.  Attendees will be provided the basic skills of homicide and questioned death scene investigations to include:

  • Homicide checklist and worksheets

  • Bloodstain pattern recognition

  • Ballistics and trajectory evidence

  • Crime scene reconstruction

  • Crime scene sketch and timeline

  • Information sources

  • Victimology

Human Behavior and Body Language: Interviews and Interrogation

Instructor: Darryl Rivers


Understanding Human Behavior and Body Language participants will have a highly informational crash course on how to apply human behaviors and the way the brain processes information to construct a more effective interview and interrogation format.


Participants will gain additional tools to identify potential deception, frustration, recall of information, confusion, and many more scientific principles that will take their interviewing and interrogation techniques to the next level.

Human Trafficking: Examining the Line Between Consent and Coercion

Instructors: Kathryn Marsh & Melissa Hoppmeyer


This workshop will delve into the difficult debate surrounding human trafficking, consent, and coercion. This workshop will examine human trafficking laws both federally and throughout the US and how consent and coercion play a role in the ability to investigate and prosecute sex trafficking. We will discuss the definition of consent and how societal definitions can hinder investigations and what we can do to avoid those pitfalls. The workshop will use real-life examples to help illuminate the problematic idea that sex workers enthusiastically consent to trafficking.

Incident Debrief: The Profile of an (Almost) Active Shooter

Instructor: Dr. Andy Young

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An interview with a young man who almost conducted a mass shooting, and an overview of this incident.

Internal Affairs

Instructor: George Perez

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Internal affairs case reviews of an officer-involved shooting and employee theft matter. Internal affairs survival kit for the first-line supervisors.

Internal Affairs and Garrity

Instructor: Mike Ruggiero


In the current climate of policing in the US, conducting professional internal investigations is more important than ever. This webinar will focus on the conduct of internal investigations and will focus on the use of force investigations and how the Garrity ruling applies to LEO’s conducting and involved in internal investigations.  


We will look at these investigations from both the perspective of the agency and the employee who is involved in these types of investigations. Best practices will be discussed on how to conduct these investigations in a thorough, professional manner. It is not a matter of “if” you or your agency will be involved in these investigations, it is a matter of “when?”  Be prepared.

Introduction to Crisis (Hostage) Negotiation

Instructor: Dr. Andy Young


An overview of the principles of active listening, influence, and persuasion, and some negotiator callouts as examples.

Interview Skills

Instructor: Tim Randall

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A recent survey showed that 97 to 98 percent of police work is oral interaction. In other words, much of our time is spent talking to people. The skills included in this instruction will help you understand how we get people to talk with us, how do we get more information, and how we get better information. This Course will include Interview skills, rapport building, Miranda, the don'ts of interviewing, the profile of a successful interviewer, interview settings, and telephone interviews.

Investigating Claims of Sexual Harassment 

Instructor: Mark Waterfill


Sexual harassment claims can create substantial liability and public embarrassment. This webinar helps you define sexual harassment and teaches you to properly investigate these difficult claims.

Investigating Financial Exploitation Involving Elderly Victims

Instructor: Brian Jarvis

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This training module will assist in providing the knowledge and skills that are necessary to identify the problem areas involving the financial exploitation of the elderly. Attendees will be able to recognize the signs of financial exploitation and properly identify and investigate alleged reports of abuse.


 Upon completion, attendees will have been provided the specific skills to:

  • Understand the types of elder abuse

  • Recognize who the abusers are

  • Recognize signs and symptoms of financial exploitation of the elderly

  • Understand issues affecting the risk of abuse

  • Understand how the aging process affects abuse

  • Understand how property crimes are perpetrated against the elderly

  • Understand why crimes against the elderly often go unreported

  • Understand their role in investigating financial exploitation of the elderly

Juveniles - Connecting with a Disconnected Generation

Instructors: Don Haley and Allison Haley


Our Webinar will share the following best practices for effectively engaging and positively impacting problematic juveniles:


  • Breaking down barriers via successful outreach in communities, schools, and families, while building positive relationships

  • Balancing public school discipline with adjudication proceedings in the Juvenile Courts

  • Working with special populations such as ESL, teen repeat offenders, and students with disabilities

  • The power of mentoring, collaboration, and targeted interventions

Key Principles and Mindset for Effective Recruiting

Instructor: Darryl Rivers


This recruiting course is not like any other. Participants will be exposed to recruiting philosophies and challenged to shift from the traditional mindset of recruiting of casting a net to specific spear fishing for your ideal candidate.

Law Enforcement in Light of the George Floyd Tragedy

Instructor: Charles Braun II


In this program, the Instructor will look at the likely consequences and talk about the many possible changes upon American law enforcement that could occur as a result of the current National crisis.

Law enforcement leaders must be focusing now (not later) on their own proposals for the future, on how to react to the attempted changes by those outside of law enforcement, and to begin developing strategic plans for how to integrate the changes that will most assuredly becoming.

Leadership and Management Skills (Part 1)

Instructor: Don Haley

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This webinar is designed to build a foundation of knowledge essential management skills utilized in Law Enforcement leadership and management. We will discuss the importance of utilizing and developing situational awareness and self-awareness.

Leadership and Management Skills (Part 2)

Instructor: Don Haley

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This webinar is designed to build a solid foundation of knowledge essential to law enforcement management skills and leadership. We will share how to correct the errors of the past while creating new disciplines for the future. At the completion of this webinar the participant will be able to do the following:


• Understand the Four Expectations of Top Law Enforcement Leaders.

• Describe the Four Capabilities of Effective Law Enforcement Leadership

• Identify why team building is essential in law enforcement organizations.

• Model five steps to assess and sharpen our leadership and management skills.

• Identify what dissipates energy within a leadership team.


•Learn the process of solving problems in policing.

Leadership Dynamics: Proven Strategies for Sustained Leadership 

Instructor: Darryl Rivers

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Leadership Dynamics: Principles for Continued Success addresses the challenges of leadership and adjusting to the personnel you are commissioned to influence.  It is not the "if" you face leadership hurdles, it is the "when" you face these hurdles.


This course will provide insight into the world of the most successful leadership paradigms, how successful leaders thin, cultivate, and process everything they touch.

Leadership - Leading Through a Crisis

Instructor: Don Haley

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This webinar will layout 7 essential components that leaders in crisis do well. We will share the importance of awareness, anticipation, and agility, in relation to the crisis decision-making process. We will cover the 5 essential communication factors that shall be addressed by leaders during a crisis.

Leadership Lessons from Some of History's Greatest Leaders

Instructor: Charles Braun II


American law enforcement, now more than ever is being challenged in so many unique ways. Leadership skills are intensely needed in today’s environment by officers at all levels.

Leadership Response to Bias Communication

Instructor: Dr. E. Beverly Young


Insensitivity is not innate. If it were, you would then have to say, all people were born to hate and respond insensitively. When a person behaves insensitively it may imply a belief in superiority and that actions, words, or behaviors, even though offensive and bias, should be adopted as the norm for society and not challenged.  Are police leaders responsible for identifying the root cause of insensitivity?  Not necessarily, however; leaders are held accountable for addressing the issue to alert those they supervise to how insensitive communication affects performance first, legitimacy, and procedural justice next.

Leadership Response to Bias Communication© reviews the back-2-basics of why we communicate as police officers, specifically addressing bias and bias-free communication, leadership challenges to maintaining an organizational culture that includes bias-free communication and inclusionary practices.

Managing the Big Three within the Evidence Room

Instructor: Joe Willis


The webinar will cover current acceptable standards in compliance with accreditation expectations from organizations such as CALEA. Topics will cover proper storage, safety issues, and disposal of Guns, Drugs, and Money. The discussion will cover some legal requirements associated with the "Big Three".


The objective upon completion of the webinar is to enlighten the viewer as to the necessity of proper storage of the high-value items and avoid the risks inherent with such items.

Marijuana and Hemp

Instructor: Robert Head


In this webinar you will learn:


  • What is marijuana?

  • Different types of marijuana.

  • The Difference between marijuana and hemp.

  • What do these industries look like in your community?

  • What test results look like and how to read them?

  • Types of packaging for marijuana and hemp.

Maximizing Evidence at the Crime Scene

Instructor: Brian Jarvis


One of the most important aspects of a successful investigation is the proper and complete preservation of the crime scene. You must insure minimal contamination and disturbance of physical evidence. The initial response to an incident must be expeditious and methodical. Officers responding to crime scenes must be fully aware of the presence and fragility of the evidence at and near the crime scene. 

The initial responding officer(s) must promptly and cautiously approach and enter crime scenes, remaining observant of any persons, vehicles, events, potential evidence, and environmental conditions.

Missing Children with Autism High Risk Victimization

Instructor: Wayne Sheppard

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Reports of missing adults or children with special needs (regardless of diagnosis) require an elevated response by law enforcement.  Additionally, missing persons with Autism must be treated critically. The actions of the first responders are vital to the safe recovery of these persons.  Conversely, a lack of response protocols and/or timeliness of that response may very well turn into a body recovery effort. Therefore, law enforcement tasked with the responsibility to safely recover missing persons with special needs must understand the behavior of these persons and develop the necessary response protocols based upon those unique behaviors. This webinar will provide the participant with a basic understanding of those behaviors, the special response protocols, containment measures and recovery and reunification issues surrounding these persons.  

Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Incidents of Elder Abuse

Instructors: Brian Jarvis and Wayne Sheppard

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Abuse of the elderly has continued to grow in recent years. Professionals that are charged with protecting the elderly, investigating abuse, and presenting prosecutions must understand the many facets of elder abuse and be prepared to investigate any reports of abuse. Utilizing a team approach will provide all involved with the tools and resources they need to conduct thorough investigations. Veteran criminal investigators Wayne Sheppard and Brian Jarvis will be discussing the importance of conducting a thorough investigation and methods you can use to not only assist the elderly victims, but also to provide key evidence in obtaining a conviction in the cases, if warranted.

Negotiating with Suicidal Individuals 

Instructor: Dr. Peter Collins


This webinar will explore crisis negotiations with individuals who are actively suicidal as well as the phenomenon of suicide by cop.

Neuroscience -Increased Influence and Trust for Law Enforcement 

Instructor: Don Haley


This webinar will teach neuroscience techniques that will increase law enforcement professional’s influence in the community while building trust and competence.  We will discuss how to execute the process of creating new neuro-pathways in our brains to effectively interact, influence, negotiate, respond, dialogue, and resolve conflict with individuals we encounter on a daily basis.


We will discuss how to appropriately utilize triggering methods to increase our influence over our counterparts. This webinar will also introduce the power of “Lateral Thinking” when it comes to problem-solving for law enforcement professionals.

Pedophilia and Child Molestation

Instructor: Dr. Peter Collins


Dr. Collins will review the psychology of the pedophile and discuss the cross-associated paraphilias (sexual deviances) in individuals who sexually offend against children.

Photo Lineup and Eyewitness Identification

Instructor: Tim Randall


Eyewitness identifications play an important role in our criminal justice system, both by helping law enforcement officers identify suspects during an investigation and by helping juries determine guilt at trial. It is therefore crucial that the procedures law enforcement officers follow in conducting those identifications ensure the accuracy and reliability of evidence elicited from eyewitnesses.


This course will cover the latest guidelines and best practices for photo lineups and eyewitness identification.

Principles of Kinesics and Cognitive Interviewing 

Instructor: Wayne Sheppard

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This webinar is designed to provide the participants with an introductory overview of the principles of Kinesics and Cognitive Interviewing Techniques and the inclusion of those techniques as part of the foundational components of the interview process. 

Public Information Writing

Instructor: Miriam Dickler

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Learn the keys to writing effective press releases, media advisories, public service announcements and other public information products your agency should be using to connect with your communities.

Reclaiming the Narrative about Police Service

Instructor: Dr. E. Beverly Young


Reclaiming the Narrative about Police Service© is a webinar for police and community leaders concerned about recruiting members from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups for service as a police officer in light of cries for reform, restructuring, retraining.


The course facilitator/instructor uses the anatomy of peaceful protest understood as a cry for legitimacy, procedural justice, bias-free policing to convey content and to encourage discussion.


Instructor: Tim Randall


This webinar will help explain the difference between advertising and recruiting. We will explore the importance of identifying and attracting talent from a diverse pool and why diversity is important. This webinar will discuss how and where we find recruits and how do we get recruits to find us. We will look at how to prepare America's next generation of police officers.