This course provides a “how to” on teaching policing approaches that emphasize respect, listening, neutrality, and trust (Procedural Justice) while also addressing the common implicit biases that can be barriers to these approaches (Implicit Bias).
Law enforcement can improve trust and relationships between law enforcement agencies and their communities by using these principles to evaluate their policies, procedures, and training within their departments. The course covers instruction on how law enforcement agencies can prepare to teach the one day (8 hour) course “Principled Policing: Procedural Justice & Implicit Bias” with a focus on ensuring an effective, high quality training without compromising officer safety.
$0.00 (Only POST reimbursable agencies may attend) - Plan V
|21001||July 19-21, 2021||Visalia||Closed|
|21002||September 20-22, 2021||Garden Grove||Closed|
|21003||February 28-March 2, 2022||Garden Grove||Open|
Course Control Number
Sheraton Garden Grove
12221 Harbor Blvd
Garden Grove, CA 92840
Because classes fill up quickly, we strongly encourage registering as soon as possible. Please have your training department contact the Center for Criminal Justice at CSULB or call 562.985.4940 to make reservations. If you make a reservation via email please include the following information:
- Class Name and Date
- Training Managers Name
- Training Managers Phone Number
- Training Managers Email Address
- Agency Name
- Name of Attendee(s)
- POST ID # for Attendee(s)
- Email address for Attendee(s)
You will receive a confirmation email letting you know that we have registered you for the class. Reservations are on a first come first serve basis, a wait list will be established once the maximum number of students has been met.
- Procedural Justice and how it relates to your community
- Implicit Bias and how it affects the Criminal Justice System
- Developing solutions to current problems and issues
- Instructors will assist students in developing the skills to facilitate this course