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Seminar Title:  
Unbiased Policing: Understanding Decision Making and The Difference between Biases and Racism

DATES:  3/15/2018 through 3/16/2018

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Darryl Rivers

LOCATION:  Western Illinois Police Training Unit - 1801 Windish Drive, Galesburg, IL  61401

HOTEL:  Country Inn and Suites - Galesburg, IL  309-344-4444
$85.00 Single/Double
Identify with MTU4 to receive discounted room rate

COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $295.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Darryl L. Rivers is a U.S. Military Veteran and a retired Law Enforcement professional. He has experience as an Officer with the Detroit Police Department, an ATF task force agent, a Detective with the Arizona Department of Corrections, A Lead Special Agent with the Arizona Office of the Attorney General, and a Sergeant with the Goodyear Police Department. He also has served as a civilian Public Education Specialist and trainer with Arizona government agencies. Darryl is a state certified General Instructor, Defensive Tactics, and Physical Fitness Instructor. One of his favorite assignments was serving as a Crisis/Hostage Negotiator assigned to the Special Assignment Unit, Crisis Negotiations Team.

Darryl started his own training business called “The L.E.A.D. Company” shortly after his retirement. From that platform Darryl has established himself as a national leadership speaker and trainer, a published author, Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst, Emotional Intelligence analyst/trainer, NLP/body language trainer and a John Maxwell Certified Team Member. He has a unique, humorous, yet intellectual delivery to his trainings that makes him a sought after corporate and government trainer across the nation.

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Course Objectives

Unbiased Policing: Understanding Decision Making and The Difference between Biases and Racism course explains how the human brain develops and processes personal biases. Certain biases can have the appearance of racism. If our law enforcement community fails to grasp and understand specific biases that all humans possess, the appearance of racism, prejudice, or injustice may be the lens that our officers are viewed through. By recognizing biases and properly managing them, our decision making, investigative processes and communication styles will present themselves in a different light.

At the conclusion of this course participants will be equipped to:

  • Understand how biases are formed
  • Recognize their own implicit and explicit biases.
  • Identify various types of biases
  • Govern biases that may have an impact on decision making
  • Explain the difference between biases and racism
  • Police in a manner that lines up with your inherently good intentions and does not present a picture of biases

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