Law Enforcement Sensitivity & Respect Training:
Building Strength by Leveraging Trust

An exploration of the importance of respect to policing and public safety, this unique curriculum built on the neuroscientific principles and behaviors of respect assists members of the law enforcement profession to serve their communities better.

Law Enforcement Respect Training

LEARNING OBJECTIVEs
  • Introduce respect as a mutually-created emotional environment
  • Understand why respect is different from and goes far beyond tolerance
  • Incorporate respectful behaviors and values as a standard operating procedure
  • Explore the role that attitudes play in promoting respectful workplaces
  • Introduce self-esteem as a personal competency required for the consistently respectful treatment of others
  • Discover why words are the most powerful tool for the creation of a respectful work culture

Meet the Trainer

Victor McCraw is an accomplished leader and organizational trainer with over 32 years of dedicated public service. His expertise is hard-earned; the result of both successes and lessons learned under critical and sometimes unforgiving conditions.

We offer our training program in a variety of learning formats to meet the needs of your organization

This customized curriculum is based upon the book, The Respect Effect: Using the science of neuroleadership to inspire a more loyal and productive workplace by Paul Meshanko.

Participants will learn how an environment of respect reduces EEOC litigation, grievances and turnover and leads to a healthier and more productive environment. In the community, participants will also be able to apply the principles to build trust and cooperation and to reduce complaints and unnecessary confrontations.

Are you ready to utilize the principles of respect to assist the members of your law enforcement agency to serve their communities better?

Or call us at 888-892-0300 to speak to a representative.

TESTIMONIALS

If we desire respect for the law, we must first make the law respectable.

Judge Louis Brandeis