San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Wednesday, April 19th, 2017 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Hosted by: Lakewood, Colorado Police
Location: 445 S. Allison Parkway, Lakewood, CO
Look at patrolling and self-initiated activities in a completely new way,
in a workshop that is not available from any other source!
How to add energy, enjoyment and effectiveness,
to self-initiated patrolling activities.
For officers of any tenure or experience-level: A new approach for adding versatility and effectiveness to officer-initiated patrol activities.
Mental, physical and strategic preparation.
*Take the “routine” out of patrolling.
*Use the Instead Factor for quick results.
* Try the “Three Shift Challenge”.
*Add to Academy, FTO & In-Service training
*Balance self-initiated work and quick response to calls for service.
*Gain and keep community support.
*Ideas to apply in your next promotional process or special-assignment interview.
BONUS MATERIAL: How to coach and encourage officers of all tenures and skill levels about patrol strategies that add versatility and energy and increase skills and effectiveness.
The first (and only) structured method for enhancing the quality, quantity, versatility and street-savvy of officer-initiated patrol work. Attend as a team of officers/sergeants/commanders
Contact for questions and to register:
Info@TinaLewisRowe.com – (303) 324-3988
Instructor: Tina Lewis Rowe has trained and presented to thousands of audiences about police supervision and command, leadership and professional development. Patrol Captain, Denver PD (ret.), U.S. Marshal, CO (ret.) Author of: A Preparation Guide for the Assessment Center method, 2nd Edition. Worship Without Worry, e-book distributed to over 30,000 places of worship. www.tinalewisrowe.com
This course offers the first structured method for
using time between calls for service in a dynamic and effective way.
“Bold Patrol: It’s everything you wanted to do when you first got your badge.”
A free training opportunity from Colorado POST