COURSE REGISTRATION FEE: $400.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.
Darryl L. Rivers is a national human behaviors, communication, and leadership speaker and trainer. To accompany his 24 years of government service in both the U.S. Military and as a Law Enforcement professional, he is a psychology major with multiple certifications in human behavioral analytics, emotional intelligence, neuro-linguistic programming, accelerated learning, and he is a communications and body language expert. He has extensive policing, street investigations, UC/Surveillance, and felony apprehension experience from his time with the Detroit Police Department. His law enforcement experience was extended in the State of Arizona were he functioned as a Detective, a Sergeant, a Lead Special Agent of the States Tobacco Enforcement Unit (Office of The Attorney General), and a Hostage Negotiator.
After his retirement from Law Enforcement, Darryl started his own speaking and training business called “The L.E.A.D. Company.” One of the assignments he has been revered for is his work with the Arizona Department of Economic Security. There Darryl was contracted to engineer the creation of an internal security unit. He was hired to recruit, interview, hire, train, create policy, and supervise the statewide unit covering over 200 individual locations, while maintaining his other clients from all across the nation. Darryl has established himself as a sought after public speaker and trainer in both government and business circles. He is an Executive Director with the worlds largest leadership training company, “The John Maxwell Team,” and is mentored by John Maxwell himself. He has a unique, humorous, yet intellectual delivery to his trainings that puts him in high demand across the nation.He is a highly decorated professional with multiple award to include: Officer of the Year, Life Saving, multiple Meritorious Citations, Multiple Letters of Commendation, Chiefs Excellence Award, Spirit of Detroit Award, and The Police Cross for being injured in the line of duty. To top it off, he received the departments highest honor, The Medal of Valor for rescuing eleven hostages. He is a dynamic presenter, but most importantly he is a cops cop!
Dr. Spencer is currently the President and CEO of Academic Solutions Initiative. Dr. Spencer attended Texas State University for his Bachelors, Our Lady of the Lake University for his Masters, and Oakland City University for his Doctorate. He graduated with top honors in both graduate programs. Dr. Spencer has served as an Adjunct Professor and as an executive consultant to private colleges and universities across the country. He has built training and academic curriculums for more than 5 years. Dr. Spencer has created over 25 training programs for law enforcement and is known for specifically tailored training to an agency’s needs. Dr. Spencer also spent several years in fugitive recovery and has practiced Martial Arts for more than 20 years. Dr. Spencer has been a trainer to law enforcement for more than 10 years. He is the author of two publications, one of which earned the status of “Dissertation of the year 2016.” The title of the Dissertations was “Classifying Gang Membership, and Gang Activity as Domestic Terrorism.”
Dr. E. Beverly Young (ebevdoc), is a practitioner specializing in designing curriculum for police, law enforcement, instructor and professional development courses with human and interpersonal relations skills as the principal emphasis. Her development approach introduces learners to research and contemporary practices relating to 21st century policing issues. She is retired from the Pennsylvania State Police where she served in a civilian capacity for the Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission. Following retirement in the capacity of independent contractor, EBevDoc completed a team project to overhaul the police academy curriculum requested by the Massachusetts Police Training Commission. An additional project effort found EBevDoc as a consulting team member contracted to look at issues concerning profiling, diversity and policy.
Dr. Young holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Adult Education Leadership from Walden University and continues research related activities to stay current as an adult education practitioner, consultant and social change agent.
Her experience repertoire includes:
More than two decades of service as a municipal police officer and commander for the Temple University Police Department (Philadelphia, PA) to include certification under the Municipal Police Education and Training Act (Act 120) as a police officer and instructor
Police Training Education Specialist for the Municipal Police Officers’ Education & Training Commission (MPOETC) in Harrisburg
Administrative Officer for MPOETC
Right-to-Know Law Liaison and Subpoena Coordinator for the Commission
Adjunct faculty teaching experience
Police Academy Graduation speaker
Mentoring, advisory board membership and public speaking
Pre-Payment is not required to register or attend IN-PERSON seminars. Pre-payment is required for WEBINARS and ONLINE COURSES.
The goal for this course is to provide back to basics informationwith additional analysis of behavior and organizational culture whenunderstanding the effect of implicit and explicit bias on police service
At the Conclusion of this training, students will be able to:
Define and Identify what constitutes implicit and explicit bias
Identify characteristics of bias and racial profiling.
Demonstrate a modified understanding of implicit and explicit bias
Explain how organizational culture either promotes or suppresses bias
LEARNING OUTCOMESAfter participating in this course, students will:
More likely self-assess his or her attitude periodically about race relations, issues relating to gender differences and organizational culture influencing or discouraging insensitivity and profiling
Be less tolerant of conversations promoting discrimination, harassment or bias
More likely help a co-worker struggling with interacting with people who are racially, ethnically, religiously different or those who practice gender differences
Identify methods for interacting differently with people speaking a different language, individuals disliking them because of the police/law enforcement profession, individuals disliking them because of their looks or uniform