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2017 NACOLE Webinar Series: Justice Based Policing

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Many people know the definition of procedural justice and know that its core principles of respect, legitimacy, and fairness in interactions are increasingly being used to guide law enforcement in their interactions with the community. However, there are still many questions surrounding procedural justice: How is it implemented? How do you measure its effectiveness? How is it viewed by police officers? How can it impact the work of civilian oversight practitioners?

Join us Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 1:00PM ET, as we welcome Chief Andrew McCurdy a member of the King County Sheriff's Department since 1998 and current Police Chief of the Covington Police Department, Chief McCurdy has held several different positions while at the Department but is widely seen as its foremost expert on procedural training and its application to law enforcement procedures. Attendees will be able to hear questions to the above questions and have the opportunity to pose some of their own.

Please note that this event is open only to the first 100 registrants. We therefore recommend that you register early to guarantee your spot. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to complete the the final step to ensure that you are registered and able to join the webinar.

For additional information on this or other NACOLE training opportunities, please contact Cameron McEllhiney, Director of Training & Education at mcellhiney@nacole.org or (317)721-8133.


*Those who particiate in the webinar will be able to apply .75 hours towards their initial CPO certification or renewal. For more information on the CPO program, please visit http://www.nacole.org/cpo_credential_program


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