We all have hot buttons that make us angry. But in the moment when something triggers you to emotionally react, could be career-ending. Learn the steps to de-escalate yourself
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How Emotional Anger and Rage lead to Rogue Police Calls
In public service, when you escalate a situation with Emotional Rage onto a community member, a co-worker, or a person on a traffic stop, and you apply un-necessary excessive force… Game over!
Professional Workplace for SGTS @Fayetteville Police AUG. 2022 (North Carolina)
SGTS’s Class – Private
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.
Professional Workplace and Racial Equity TRAINER JULY 11-12, 2022 (Orlando, FL)
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Racial equity with Emotional Intelligence can Reduce Use-of-Force Incidents
Racial Equity lives inside the Racial Intelligence model of treating everyone fairly.
Racial Intelligence TRAINERS Class @D.C. DOC – JUL 8-9, 2021 (WASHINGTON, DC)
PRIVATE DOC Trainers Class
Racial Intelligence TRAINERS Class @WILCO JUL 20-21, 2021 (GEORGETOWN, TX)
PRIVATE for WILCO TX TRAINERS
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…