2020 Vision for Professional Workplace Culture in Policing

2020 vision RITE training

Just ONE toxic employee, can be costly to a public service agency. Civil lawsuits, inter-department obstruction, bad press, and distrust to the community for which your agency serves, are seen in the news daily.

All Lives Matter, Today and Every day

“Our hearts go out to this fallen officer’s family and department. While this community mourns we must be diligent in giving to our police officers more Racial Intelligence Tools to use in the field. Educating … READ MORE…

When the Police Chief resigns

 “Mayor, New Police Chief, Police Department, and Community working together is a recipe for healing what may be broken. Way to take a pro-active response to repair and improve community relations. When police officers resign due … READ MORE…

Love of Cops, Coffee and Community, together in One Room

“This incredible opportunity, supported by The U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, is one communities should not miss. “Coffee with a Cop” is a pro-active national initiative that is a big step in … READ MORE…

Community Policing, Awareness, and Racial Intelligence

“New York Police commended for working on bridging the gap between police and their community. More effort must be done to include Racial Intelligence training.  Improving communication between police and their communities, is one of the … READ MORE…

Changing public perception of police use of force

“Uniformed Statistical Reporting from all law enforcement agencies is needed in order for proper evaluation, and training methodologies to be developed to help police officers. More must be done to help police officers in the … READ MORE…