“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” We structure our seminars with this in mind in order to maximize your return on investment.”

Designed specifically for public safety agencies, our training seminars will help your team gain the essential skill sets and practical knowledge they need to get the job done right.

We offer best practices training for the critical areas concerning agencies today.

Each workshop is designed to maximize the learning experience in:

  • Media Relations
  • Internal Investigations
  • Conflict Resolution

You’ll explore the best techniques that will help your agency attain its desired outcomes.

Class participation is the key to success

Your team members take center stage throughout our training workshops. We facilitate the conversation around real-time issues that target core skill-sets. First we start by developing the basics. Then, we apply the material to real-world scenarios tailored to meet your needs.

Our workshops are based on three guiding principles to ensure your success:
  • Intensive training that’s both engaging and uplifting
  • A “how-to” frame of reference that’s a proven tool for teams
  • A valuable level of training that’s proportional to its practical use
Overall, your team will explore key principles and essential procedures woven together in a user–friendly format within each of these areas of discipline.

Many of the same procedures employed by skilled practitioners will be highlighted during each seminar, giving your team the guideposts they need stay on course as they navigate difficult scenarios that put their new-found skills to the test.

As your team’s confidence grows, they will begin to effectively and efficiently assess situations covered by their training.

Our scenario–based interactive exercises have been proven to help team members succeed because they have the opportunity in class to apply what they have learned.

To find out more or to schedule a training seminar for your organization, call us at (916) 932-2100 or email John McGinness. | Lee Dean