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Seminar Title:  
Community Policing in Scotland – Negotiating Policing by Consent

DATES:  7/20/2020 through 7/20/2020

INSTRUCTOR(S):  Andy Brown

LOCATION:  Webinars - , , WEB  

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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE:  $75.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.

Instructor Bio

Chief Inspector (retd.) Andrew B Brown
Andrew Brown is an internationally renowned negotiator with specialist knowledge and experience in dealing with kidnap for ransom and hostage/crisis incidents, particularly in maritime environments; in designing conflict de-escalation skills for military operations and acting as an expert witness to judicial inquiries on the response to hostage taking, specifically the Lindt Café siege, Sydney, Australia.

Fellow of the Chartered Management and Security Institutes, he has developed advanced negotiation skills for major corporations, public policy and world class sports coaches. An executive coach, he guides people though crisis to better their lives, both professionally and personally.

His doctoral studies and experience in Afghan kidnappings have led him to research, critique and advise International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) how to prepare, prevent and respond to the threat of international kidnap. He advises the Jesuit Refugee Service, Vatican State on their overseas humanitarian missions to help those in need.

A Fulbright Alumnus, he has taught advanced tactics to many law enforcement agencies including NYPD, USMS and the FBI where he advised and critiqued their response to a national maritime terrorist exercise. Published in Modern Piracy & Maritime Terrorism: The Challenges of Piracy for the 21st Century and contributed a chapter to the 5th Edition Crisis Negotiations: Managing Critical Incidents and Hostage Situations in Law Enforcement & Corrections, he remains an Advisor to the Editorial Boards of the Criminal Psychology & Criminal Investigations, the Forensic Research & Criminology International and the Crisis Response Journals


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Course Objectives

There is a tangible difference between a Police Service and a Police Force as it impacts significantly on how we police our communities to keep them safe. Drawing on his three decades of policing in Scotland and having a deep understanding of policing in the US, Andrew Brown brings a perspective to policing communities by consent that involves building relationships with community groups to assist in developing understanding of the many challenges officers face, but also in actively listening to the communities concerns so that we may protect them from harm and provide a service that is without fear, favour, malice or ill will.

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