Police Legitimacy, Procedural Justice & Community Relations
What you'll learn
- Define and list the components, historical breakdowns and steps to restore public confidence in police legitimacy.
- List the principles and tactics of procedural justice for developing effective cases through the rules of law.
- Cite conflicting view points of Police Legitimacy through four pillars of public perception to minimize citizen encounters from escalating into an out of control incident.
- Discuss the integration of Community Relations and Community Policing into the overall mission of the agency.
- Basic concept of law enforcement operations and current events.
With the scrutiny of recent volatile police-citizen interactions, there is now an opportunity and obligation for you to re-evaluate your purpose for being a law enforcement officer.
Introducing Police Legitimacy, Procedural Justice and Community Relations, a required and approved two hour course by Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council for annual certification. This course gives you the precise information for not only be taking the most decisive action to address the source of crime consistent, within the rules of law, but transforming the communities trust and value for when you perform duties in a fair and consistent manner.
Soundtrack "Venom" courtesy and permission by Grammy Award Artist Phil Davis.
Who this course is for:
- Law Enforcement Officers
- Community Leaders
Charles Rambo is a retired Lieutenant from the Fulton County Sheriff's Office with over three decades of demonstrated success in operations, administration, labor relations, investigations, and academy instruction.
Charles is certified by the Georgia Peace Officers Standards and Training Council as a Senior Instructor, an intelligence analyst by the Department of Homeland Security and Classroom/Firearms Instructor by the Georgia Private Detective and Security Guard Agency. An author, speaker, panelist, and subject matter expert on criminal justice issues, his thought leadership has inspired hundreds of sworn and civilian staff to raise the bar on transparent and accountable performance.
Drawing on real-world professional experiences, Charles uses a Socratic methodology to inspire thought leadership on critical issues facing the criminal justice profession. He has conducted numerous seminars and served as a panelist at law enforcement academies, colleges, churches and community events. His commitment to transforming law enforcement cultures into high performance agencies is highlighted through his candid professional lectures.