The 2022 NAWLEE Conference in Miami, many discussions were about unnecessary use of force and how emotions play a big part in the de-escalation.
Tag: career resiliency
Stop the Workplace Bully with a Duty to Intervene
Bullying comes in many shapes and forms. From physical abuse, to verbal abuse, and social exclusion to cyber bullying. These are all unacceptable.
Racial Intelligence TRAINERS Class @D.C. DOC – JUL 8-9, 2021 (WASHINGTON, DC)
PRIVATE DOC Trainers Class
Emotional Ticking Time-Bomb Employees, and the Effect on an Entire Agency
The Ticking Time-Bomb employee appears to be all buttoned-up on the outside, but on the inside is suffering from mental pain and suffering.
Sheriff walks the walk towards Racial Equity and Intelligence Training for the County
In light of Martin Luther King Day, we celebrate the pro-active public service agencies that have put racial equity and intelligence training at the front of the class. Here’s how Broward County FL has ‘stepped up’ their racial equity plan.
Learning the ‘RITE’ Way: Orange County Public Safety Hosts Racial Intelligence Training for All Public Safety Agencies in the County
“I am extremely pleased that Orange County provided this training to all the public safety agencies in the County,” said Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings, who previously served as Orange County Sheriff and served for nearly 40 years in public safety.” Watch YouTube VIDEO
Racial Equity Policing Expands Fairness and Justice to All
Racial Equity in Policing means to pay disciplined attention to race and ethnicity while analyzing problems, looking for solutions, and…
Emotional Intelligence could prevent Officer Excessive Force
If you work in public service, people are going to push your buttons. How you react to any given situation, is what separates you from other employees in your agency.
Racial Intelligence Trainer’s class taught to 17 Police agencies to improve community relations
“My police partner may see me going into Block-out. So what we teach is duty to intervene. The RITE response is to STEP IN, TAP OUT and TAKE ACTION.”
Police Duty to Intervene get in control of Block-Out
Block-out’ on a police call, has ENDED careers. Do you remember a time when you lost control of the situation, (back when no cameras rolling)? If you have ever worked on the streets or in the jails…
Social Media Posts can be Considered Police Misconduct
Social Media Conduct exposing bias’s behavior will be one of the biggest game-changers for police, the question is whether police executives are prepared to address it in 2020
Key Policing Changes are improving Workplace Culture and LGBTQ Community Relations
“Ensuring that our officers will act in ways that promote the dignity and safety of LGBTQ individuals, whether they are victims, witnesses, suspects, arrestees, or other members of the public.”
Toxic Employees and Misconduct inside every Agency
Toxic employees know exactly how to push your buttons. They are always voicing their own negative opinions, talking about how bad it is at work and how it is, “NEVER they’re fault.”
Crab Bucket Mentality and Workplace Misconduct
The crabs pulling others down in the bucket are living a mediocre, ordinary existence. This is typically caused by implicit issues that were likely created a long time ago…
Community Policing is affected by Officer Implicit Bias and Implicit Issues
Do you have employees who show up to work angry? It may be because they are bringing into the work environment their own issues. Those same angry employees may be harboring Implicit Issues (those they are unaware …
Training Police Officers on Social Media in Plain View
Police walk a fine line every day, that’s a bit of a balancing act. They work to keep their community safe from violent criminals, while making sure that every one of their officers handle calls in a professional, and timely manor.
When Policing Value goes Up, Community Complaints go Down
Professional Workplace Culture Training includes how Emotional Intelligence effect everyone in the department. Including your officers, dispatchers, leaders and non-sworn in this training is key to creating cultural changes, as everyone represents the agency,
6 Signs a Bully is causing your Workplace Harassment Issues
Bullying may take many forms, from physical assault, verbal abuse, and social exclusion to cyber bullying.
Professional Workplace Culture is Reducing Police Misconduct
RITE’s Training Model has proven to help the public service professional in over 450 police agencies. RITE’s learning methodology has proven results, and has been able to help public safety reform.
PTSD Resiliency Training is Much Needed
“Finding great public service professionals are hard enough to find. Losing them to PTSD and Suicide needs to be (and can be) prevented.”
Use of Voice not Force | Fred Jones | TEDxEustis on RITE
What an honor to have our good friend and RITE Trainer, Sgt. Jones present at Tedx, in Feb 2019. Fred Jones, of Lake County Sheriff’s Office, gave an amazing Talk in Eustis, Florida, on how RITE’s Racial Intelligence Training can help many officers reduce Use of Force.
Officer Norman Connects with Community using Emotional Intelligence
Officer Norman isn’t your typical police officer. He inspires people in his community every day. Watch him in action and take his advice to heart
Police Chiefs in FL, IL, NV, and AZ get it RITE with Emotional & Social Training
This quote is the backbone of Emotional Intelligence and what we teach in all of our RITE Classes. If you can gain control of your emotions, you can control how you interact with others, especially under pressure.
RITE Academy Trains Alabama Corrections in Selma – CBS News 8
When 200 Wardens and Command staff, and 40 Trainers attended Alabama Corrections Training on Racial Intelligence, their response was beyond imaginable!
Framingham State University offers ‘bias response’ training for employees
The lessons aimed to help campus police better understand their own biases and improve their interactions with the public. The sessions were also open to FSU faculty and staff, drawing more than 175…