Special One Day Seminar Featuring Dr. Kevin Gilmartin
Date(s): April 18, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM EST - 3:30 PM EST
Emotional Survival for Law Enforcement
Wednesday, April 18, 2018
The National Conference Center
East Windsor, New Jersey
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
$225 per person
The course addresses the dynamics that can transform within a matter of a few years, idealistic and committed officers/employees into cynical, angry individuals who begin having difficulties in both the personal and professional aspects of their lives. The course outlines the issues that can potentially see officers engaging in inappropriate behavior patterns and decision-making that leads to both administrative and can unfortunately in some officers criminal difficulties. The purpose of the class is to provide information that lets the special assignment officer see how the deterioration process can take place and what specific preventative strategies can be employed.
The goal of the course is to provide information that lets agencies keep officers committed and engaged in productive police work. The course also gives information to employees on how not to become a "self-perceived victim", a descriptor for an officer or employee that spends inordinate amounts of time resenting and resisting organizational and supervisory directive, as well as, suffering unnecessary destruction in the personal dimensions of their life.
Experience tells us that most law enforcement agencies have to deal with inappropriate behavior on the part of some officers or employees who previously had exemplary records, yet we find that agencies typically do not offer training in attempting to preserve idealism, motivation and overall emotional survival for it’s employees.
This course is presented at all FBI LEEDS and Executive Development Institutes at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
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