For those of you who missed the police deadly force training in Bloomington on March 5th, we are happy to announce that two additional training sessions have been scheduled in May. The first will be held on May 4th in Lisle, and the second on May 8th in O'Fallon. Ancel Glink is a co-sponsor of this event with the Illinois Municipal League and the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police.
The one-day seminar brings together mayors, municipal managers, police administrators and attorneys to discuss issues which may arise from a controversial case of police use of deadly force. Topics to be covered include: training, transparency and accountability, crisis management and the law, community and media relations, leadership by elected officials, supporting the rank and file, and use of new technology. Recent events have shown that a crisis can occur in any community at any time. Listen to the experts and learn what steps to take so that your community doesn't go up in flames and your police officers don't turn their backs on their leaders.
Program registration is $105 and includes lunch.
You can see the program agenda here: PROGRAM AGENDA
Learn more about registration here: REGISTRATION INFORMATION.