We all have our own 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 before you do something you may regret.
Tag: RITE Training
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!
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 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.”
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
2020 Vision for Professional Workplace Culture in Policing
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.
Policing the Community with Candy Canes and a Holiday Story
The Red, the White, and the Candy Cane CROOK represents similar parts to law enforcement and how we engage in the community…
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.”
Cities that take a Blind eye to Misconduct, are Sweeping issues under the Rug
Whether there was actual wrong-doing or misconduct, the public’s negative perception of the community, is now the reality . The department’s negative banter and scrutiny…
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.”
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 …
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.
Cleveland County Sheriff Includes RITE Training in Community Forum
Since coming into office, Sheriff Todd Gibson has implemented a Community Advisory Board for the jail and Racial Intelligence Training and Engagement for his deputies to better interact with people of all backgrounds.
CBS Channel 6 OK Reports – Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office Taking Part In RITE Training
“The RITE training isn’t about placing blame, it’s about knowing ourselves better, putting ourselves in another person’s shoes and learning how get a handle on our own emotions so we don’t go into a situation angry.”
The Atlantic interviews Malcolm Jenkins – Players Coalition and RITE Academy
What are the best practices when it comes to training officers to engage in the community, to understand themselves and some of the trauma they’ve been going through, to make sure they can properly do their job and treat everybody with the same respect?
Implicit Bias and Emotional Intelligence Training – Reducing Liability Risk
“When you couple emotional intelligence and social intelligence together, the thought of race is no longer an issue, as you treat everyone fairly, with empathy and respect.”
Failure to train Police with EI tools increases liability risk to agency
Proper training is the only accountable expectation you can hold over an officer. If you don’t provide the training, you can’t expect them to act with Emotional Intelligence on a call, especially under pressure.
Police Can Experience Fear Looping on the Job
Police Officers take an oath to ‘serve and protect’ their community. However, officers face rising threats well beyond their academy training.
Use of Force Incidents by Police – Reduced 60% after RITE Training
In less than one year, use of force incidents have been reduced by 60%
COPS and their Feelings – The Philadelphia Citizen
Upper Darby selected Orlando-based RITE Academy (Racial Intelligence Training & Engagement) to teach racial and cultural sensitivity and deescalation techniques to six officers
Local police participate in RITE training – ABC6 Philadelphia Reports
ABC6 Philadelphia Reports on RITE Training