We recognize that great law enforcement executives and command staff are both educated and informed. With this thought in mind, we are proud to present our “10-Day Command Staff and Executive Development Series” for 2022/2023.

As always, there are many changes and updates regularly facing those of us in law enforcement. This Executive Development series is designed to address the issues that cannot be put aside.  We’ll begin the series by entering and engaging in the “POST System” with Chief Michael Wynn of Pittsfield and Randall Ravitz, Legal Counsel for POST and then continue onward by visiting nine additional, contemporary topics, for law enforcement leaders and their agencies. At MPI, we are grateful for the opportunity to be part of your professional education and training. So, “come to the source.” We’re looking forward to seeing you.

The following is a list of 10 important and meaningful topics that great leaders can’t afford to miss.

Day 1 – September 6, 2022
POST – An Overview of the Law, Matters and Expectations
(Attorney Randall Ravitz and Chief Michael Wynn, Pittsfield)

Day 2 – October 11, 2022
Budgeting (Mark Abrahams, CPA)

Day 3 – November 8, 2022
Body Worn Cameras; Grant Writing
(Sheila Smith and Sgt Det Winston DeLeon, Boston PD)

Day 4 – December 13, 2022
Labor Relations/MCAD (Attorney Eric Atstupenas)

Day 5 – January 10, 2023
Liability & Public Records (Attorney Eric Atstupenas)

Day 6 – February 7, 2023
Emerging Technologies in Criminal Investigations
(Det Sgt Kevin Connolly, Barnstable Police Department)

Day 7 – March 7, 2023
Essential Interpersonal Communications Skills and Leadership
(Chief Ronald Glidden, Ret)

Day 8 – April 4, 2023
Use of Force; Police Pursuit (David OLaughlin, MPI Director of Training)

Day 9 – May 9, 2023
Internal Affairs (Al Donovan, APD Management)

Day 10 – June 6, 2023
Public Employee Freedom of Speech (Attorney Eric Atstupenas)


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