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Public Relations & Building Trust in the Community

Police work is not always pretty, but we can work together with our communities to show the realities of this often dangerous job. In this webcast the audience will learn how to increase trust between members of law enforcement and the people they serve by sharing the realities of police work and reaction times when incidents arise, in a manner that reinforces the positive role of law enforcement.

01/27/2015 - 3:00pm | View Details

Generate tactical leads with your handheld. Introducing: COPLINK Everywhere.

In this webcast, you will learn how mobile policing allows law enforcement to access policing data when they are out in the field or away from their vehicle terminals. COPLINK Everywhere users and senior product executives will introduce and demonstrate the new capabilities of this innovative platform.

10/23/2014 - 2:00pm | View Details

Intelligence-Led Policing

Advancements in technology allow police departments to use intelligence like never before in order to dictate patrol and anticipate crime before it happens. Learn why intelligence-led policing is an important component to any crime fighting strategy, and why putting in a feedback loop can help you and your team set up a program to monitor and patrol crime hot spots. The valuable information provided can also assist in working with city councils and other government agencies in securing funding.

08/06/2014 - 2:00pm | View Details

Fighting domestic violence with predictive analytics

Learn how  the Portland Police Bureau's Domestic Violence Reduction Unit (DVRU) teamed with Portland State University to develop and deploy a different—and highly successful—approach to fighting domestic violence.

06/19/2014 - 1:00pm | View Details

The Fatal Four

Discover the four most common ways police officers die on and off duty—and why. Hint: All four relate to stress, the reluctance to deal with it during training and the officer’s inability to deal with it as a result. Don’t miss this important event, which coincides with National Police Week.

05/16/2014 - 1:00pm | View Details

Finding The Leader In You

The inability to successfully communicate is the primary reason most managers fail to become effective leaders. The premise of this webinar is that leadership, in its simplest form; is an extension of basic human relations’ skills. Therefore, understanding communication principles is the foundation for successfully leading people. Whether it’s deescalating a confrontation with a suspect or bringing a patrol idea to the captain, Glennon will highlight strategies for getting the most positive outcome for all involved.

01/22/2014 - 1:00pm | View Details

Turning the Tide in Memphis: Using data to help combat rising crime and sinking budgets

This webcast will discuss how IBM predictive analytics helped the Memphis Police Department reduce Part 1 crimes by over 30% during a 6-year period and realize an 863%* return on their investment

12/05/2013 - 1:00pm | View Details

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LEOs & Drug Policy

The results are in. More than 11,000 sworn LEOs took time out of their busy schedules to tell us what they think about America’s fast-changing drug policy.
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