Police Community Relations

Police Community Relations Training

June 21-23, 2021     |     Greenwood Police Dept.     |     Greenwood, Indiana


A Vital 3-Day Community Engagement Seminar for Police, Sheriff’s & Public Safety Supervisors


Topics:

  • Lessons learned & opportunities from 2021 demonstration
  • How to get more ‘buy-in’ from your colleagues & agency
  • New ideas for engaging our small business communities
  • Tudo bom? Engaging multicultural, multilingual communities
  • Making every contact impactful
  • What is your approach & body language really saying?
  • The little things that win hearts and minds
  • Are we really listening or just tone-deaf?
  • Police Community Engagement on a shoe-string budget
  • “Selling” your ideas & programs to skeptical audiences
  • Creative ways to engage kids & teens
  • There’s a problem with those words
  • Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & Google Events
  • Unconventional Community Engagement ideas
  • Secrets for better news and social media coverage
  • Police Community Engagement: Hits & misses
  • Trolling for great community engagement connections
  • Emergency responses to the tough questions
  • Real ways to walk in their shoes to see what they see
  • How to speak to their listening
  • Officer Survival for Police Community Engagement

After this intensive seminar, you’ll be ready for the challenges of Police community engagement and Public relations with new-found  knowledge and confidence to succeed like never before.

June 21-23, 2021 • 0800 to 1600 hrs
Hosted by Greenwood Police Dept
@ Training Academy
736 Loews Boulevard
Greenwood, Indiana 46142

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$295 per person – Limited seating available

Info: E-mail or call 602-445-6442


Hotels

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Greenwood
1180 Wilson Drive
Greenwood, Indiana 46143
1-317-881-0600
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Hilton Garden Inn – Indianapolis / Greenwood
5255 Noggle Way,
Indianapolis, Indiana, 46237
317-888-4814
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Airports

Indianapolis International Airport (IND)
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Indy South Greenwood Airport (Regional)
897 Airport Pkwy, Greenwood, IN 46143
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Instructor CHRIS RYAN

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