Program Topics

Day 1

  • Performance Management and Accountability
    Providing the tools supervisors need to guide officers toward achievement of a greater level of ownership, effectiveness and increased productivity. Coaching, Directing, Delegation, Assisting, Accountability will all be discussed.  3 Hour Block
  • Documenting, Recording and Correcting Employee Behavior
    Instructions on the duties, responsibilities and essential functions of a Police Sergeant.  Holding subordinates accountable and coaching them in the right direction.  Setting clear and concise expectations.  2 Hour Block

Day 2

  • Procedural Justice, Cooperation and Police Legitimacy
    Explore the role of police response and public cooperation toward building support for the police organization and their actions.  Instilling the service orientation mentality in subordinates.  A supervisor’s responsibilities in enforcing the Procedural Justice and Community Policing philosophy while continuing to provide essential Law Enforcement Services.  3 hour Block
  • Employee Rights vs. Supervisory Functions and Responsibilities
    A review of employees’ rights in connection with common supervisory problems. Weingarten Rights and Employees Rights when suspected of criminal act reviewed and discussed. 2 Hour Block.

Day 3

  • Supervision Liability
    An overview of circumstances where claims or verdicts have been upheld against supervisors in their individual capacities. Deliberate Indifference and failing to stop unconstitutional acts discussed.   3 Hour Block
  • The Duty to Intervene and Report under the Massachusetts Police Reform Law Fully discussed and explained.  2 Hour Block

Day 4

  • Complaint Investigations as they Relate to Supervisors
    This course will provide supervisors with information and training needed in connection with Accreditation Standards and Police Reform mandates that require Police Agencies to allow supervisors to investigate and handle minor complaints. Basic IA investigative skills and guidelines will be discussed.  3 Hour Block
  • Ethical Decision Making in Difficult Situations
    Ethical Decision Making for Supervisors.  This block of training will deal with  realistic ethical challenges in law enforcement such as detail fraud, double dipping, time theft, minor conflict of interest violations, and abuses of the badge. 2 Hour Block

Day 5

  • Prevention, Intervention and Post-Vention (PIP)
    Prevention, Intervention and Post-vention (PIP) are the three areas of focus when working in the area of suicide.  Suicide prevention certificate will be issued.  3 Hour Block
  • Basic Use of Force Investigations for Supervisors
    An overview of the Massachusetts CMR regarding the Use of Force and what is required as part of a basic review of a Use of Force incident by Supervisors.  2 Hour Block
Details Price Qty
General Admissionshow details + $650.00 (USD)   Expired

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