Principled Policing – Procedural Justice and Implicit Bias
This course is the result of a collaborative partnership between the California Department of Justice, the Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training, the Stockton and Oakland Police Departments, Stanford University and the California Partnership for Safe Communities.
This procedural justice and implicit bias training will consist of six areas that focus on policing approaches that emphasize respect, listening, neutrality and trust, while recognizing and addressing implicit biases that can be barriers to these approaches. As a result, the training will work to create a broader awareness of both procedural justice and implicit bias in order to build trust and improve public and officer safety.
This course is designed to be delivered in a number of formats and can either be set in a regional setting or delivered for specific agency needs to include community members. Please contact the CJ Center for details.
$0.00 (Only POST reimbursable agencies may attend) - Plan V
|22001||November 17, 2022||Sheraton Garden Grove||Cancelled|
|22002||March 16, 2023||Sheraton 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:
- Name and Date of Class
- 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