Advanced Civilian Management
This seminar is specifically designed for civilian and sworn police personnel who supervise or manage civilian employees. Designed as an update to the five-day Civilian Management Course, it provides more in-depth coverage of complex topics such as budget preparation and the legal aspects of personnel management.
This thought provoking and informative seminar is programmed for internal affairs investigators as well as all police managers and supervisors. Based on frequent changes in police personnel laws and practices, it is recommended that this seminar be repeated every one to two years.
Police Budget Academy
This highly popular seminar is structured for all sworn and civilian police personnel who need or want to learn about the preparation and administration of a police budget. The participant will acquire a highly practical, hands-on experience in budgeting.
Strategic Police Planning Seminar
This highly flexible and focused seminar is custom designed by the participating agency and can include sworn and/or civilian personnel at any rank. The number of participants typically ranges from twenty to thirty.
This seminar is specifically designed for civilian and sworn police personnel who supervise or manage civilian employees. Because the material and instructors change every two years, this class can be considered for repeat attendance. There are no pre-requisites for the course; prior supervisory experience is helpful but not required.
This issues-driven, three-day seminar is intended for all sworn and civilian police employees who are or may be responsible for interacting with the media. The instructor has a proven track record of successful media relations within a high profile police department.
Solving Police Personnel Issues
This one day course is designed for law enforcement managers who need to stay current on the case law and trends affecting their ability to manage both sworn and civilian police personnel. Upon completion of the course, the student will have a full understanding of the current personnel issues facing CA law enforcement agencies.