“Pipeline to Promise…
Developing Community and Police Partnerships through
Culturally Responsive Practice.”
This six-part training curriculum is designed to develop the skills needed to manage police citizen interaction. This program can be in sequence with your field training program. The training modules focus on developing tools to improve interactions between the police and citizens.
Our team will develop a well-balanced field training curriculum that embraces guardian mindset and procedural justice principles that informs policies, practices and training. The curriculum will be culturally relevant and custom designed to fit the true needs of your community.
The purpose of the workshop is to have open conversation about the history of law enforcement interaction with the marginalized and disenfranchised communities. The course is designed to educate police officers on the history of America’s policing, and why some segments of the community mistrust the police.
o The Procedural Justice Model and Guardian Mindset Principles for Law Enforcement Agencies
o Implicit Bias and Micro-Aggressions
o Reimagine Public Safety Structures and Services
o Review, Evaluate and Assess Police Organizations
o Partner-Driven Approaches to Address Crime
o Improve Homicide Clearance Rates
o Assist in the Recruitment of African American Police Candidates