Executive Leadership for Challenging Times:
“Fostering Public Trust in Law Enforcement”
October 18 – 19, 2017
(8:30am – 4:30pm each day)
Registration is now closed.
This two-day training is designed for police executives and those identified as having high potential for reaching executive level positions. Timeless leadership issues are linked with timely current issues such as homeland security, community relations, and police ethics and integrity.
This year, the Police Executive Development Series is concentrating on several different aspects related to improving police – community relations. The primary topics of discussion will include; community engagement, police recruiting, and training standards.
In this session, we will explore best practices, relevant academic research, and strategies for law enforcement leaders and agency members to work within the community engagement framework while continuing to perform the essential job functions of contemporary policing.
How is PEDS Different?
PEDS offers a distinct approach to leadership development. PEDS takes an action learning approach with the assistance of field experts. In other words, PEDS puts the police leader into direct contact with specialists who can assist them in applying leadership skills within their respective agencies. The Series targets police executives and those identified as having high potential for reaching executive level positions.
Who Should Attend?
PEDS is an innovative series of programs offering targeted leadership issues for police executives and those identified as having high potential for reaching executive level positions.
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Michigan State University
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East Lansing, MI 48824