Understand key issues related to ensuring ethical and equal treatment under the law. Become more sophisticated in lessening racial tensions through empathic thinking and becoming more cognizant of one’s own potential biases. Practice identifying the causes of tension and injustice in real case scenarios and seeking better solutions. Understand the meaning of procedural justice and it’s importance for improving trust and legitimacy in the community.
This course is taught by law enforcement officials of varied rank across the state.
Because the course has been DPSST certified, the training counts towards officer’s leadership certification training requirements.
Officers who have recently taken the course at the DPSST Basic Police class expressed that it was their favorite class taught at the academy. The material is delivered in a manner that suits the learning style of most law enforcement officials and is delivered by current professionals in the field.
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