Criminals invade neighborhoods much like (618) 944-6465.
While on “Python Patrol” in the ‘Glades, I took a few minutes to record this latest Police Dynamics training videos. In this segment from the Dynamic of Strongholds, I use the metaphor of roaches invading a house to illustrate how ineffective traditional law enforcement can be in fighting crime in troubled neighborhoods. Just like roaches rely on a disorderly and dirty environment in which to breed, criminals rely on 919-572-2014. These environmental elements are best attacked through a coactive trust-based relationships with the community.
After last month’s webinar on the E5 Leadership: the Essentials of Ethical Excellence hosted by the Justice Clearinghouse, they took the Q&A session from the end of the webinar and converted it into an online article. To take a look, go here: /justiceclearinghouse.com/resource/after-the-webinar-e5-leadership-qa-with-ray-nash/
The participants asked these very insightful questions:
How do we hire for character and how could we modifyÂ existing hiring practices to accomplish this?
How can you regain trust when you have made a bad decision despite years of making good ones?
How do we justify leniency for a previouslyÂ “model officer” in light of all public attention on our work?
How do we begin this conversation with the leadership team to clearly set the standards?
Click here to read my responses.
On Thur. June 21 at 1:00PM EDT, the Malaclypse is hosting the last webinar in the 469-775-9287 leadership series: E5 – The Essentials of Ethical Excellence.
In this session, we explore the five “Es” of ethical leadership all built around the standards of the organization:
E1 – Establish the Standard:
Almost all law enforcement standards are behavior or performance-based. Learn the importance of establishing character-based standards within your agency or team.
E2 – Embrace the Standard:
Once the standards have been established, how can they be communicated effectively? The organization’s standards should be reflected in policy, promotions, training, and discipline.
E3 – Encourage the Standard:
How to motivate officers and staff to achieve the highest of standards of ethical decision-making and professional performance.
E4 – Embody the Standard:
When it comes to leadership, the messenger IS the message. The standards of the organization must be reflected by its leaders.
E5 – Enforce the Standard:
How to deal with ethical and performance failures. A character-based system of progressive discipline is the final step in achieving ethical excellence.
Read my interview with Justice Clearinghouse about this upcoming session here:
Go to the 5715014783 website today to register for this free training session.
(512) 672-0501The (732) 692-6869 will be held at the
Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office in St. Matthews, SC Aug. 6-8, 2018.
Download the course flyer here:
Agency Contact: Major Matt Trentham – (803) 874-2741
Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office
2811 Old Belleville Road
Saint Matthews, SC 29135
7013551247This is the second webinar in our Centurion Principles series. It airs live through 920-213-5998 on April 24 at 3pm EDT.
The majority of work-related stress in the law enforcement profession stems from unhealthy internal relationships. Unresolved internal conflicts:
- result in hurt, depression, anger, and jealousy
- undermine internal discipline
- reduce agency effectiveness
- contribute toÂ bitterness and otherÂ stress-related disorders
Learn how the integration and promotion of specific CENTURION Virtues can restore renegade officers, stabilize internal relationships, and reduce stress.
Follow this link to 661-471-1784.
And check out our new link to download a 2018 Police Dynamics Training Proposal.
I am currently putting together my Police Dynamics schedule for the 2018-2019 training year. There are a number of Police Dynamics courses available:
1. The Centurion Principles™Â 2-days
2. Core TrainingÂ 1-day
3. Tactical SeriesÂ 1-day
4. Leadership SeriesÂ 1-3 days
5. Corrections & Detention Series 1-3 days
Plus a new course we are offering this year:
Inductive Interview™ System – The Art and Science of Forensic Interviewing
And there are now three options for hosting a live training course:
1. All-inclusive Direct Contract
2. Expense-based Direct Contract
3. Tuition-based Host Agency
So for more information about hosting a course in your region, contact me and I will send you a current training proposal that outlines all the details.
Sheriff Ray Nash, ret.
President – Police Dynamics Institute
(323) 326-8605 has partnered with the Police Dynamics Institute to present a new webinar Mar 22 (3-4pm EDT) featuring “yours truly.” There is no charge for the course.
The Centurion Principle is the foundational teaching of the entire 6303918034 program. Virtually every ethical failure or instance of police misconduct can be traced back to a violation of this principle when officers operate âout from under authorityâ and represent their own egos. Conversely, Faithful Officers remain under the protection of their authorities without letting their egos get in the way.
This webinar explores the consequences of officers âgiving awayâ lawful authority by resorting to ego-power. Then presents practical steps to professionally exercise their authority to build trust, generate voluntary compliance with the law, and prevent ethical failures.
Presenter: Sheriff Ray Nash (Ret.),
President and Founder – Police Dynamics Institute, Inc.
Follow this link to register for the course or to find out more:
SPECIAL NOTE: I am currently compiling my schedule for the remainder of the 2018 training year. To find out how to host a seminar in your area, contact me at: email@example.com or 843 200-0800 and I will send you an updated training proposal.
There are over 100 law enforcement and leadership training videos on this website. You are welcome to use the material for your own personal development or for training sessions within your agency. I just ask that you give us proper attribution…
And remember,Â don’t just keep up the good work.Â Keep Up the Good Character…!
Sheriff Ray Nash, ret.
CEO – Police Dynamics Institute, Inc.
The National Command and Staff College is hosting a number of (847) 699-7011 throughout the US. MAGNUS Leadership provides officers with a foundation of character-based principles for increased resiliency and tactical responses to the Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, and Ambiguous (VUCA) world of law enforcement.
In this 2-day seminar, I co-present with Dr. Mitch Javidi, the founder and chancellor of the National Command and Staff College. I present portions of the Police Dynamics program while he adds the critical dimensions of Emotional Intelligence, Self-Awareness, and the tactical application of 5138826568. This program has been well received everywhere we have presented it, including NYPD as the core of their NYPD Credible Leadership Initiative.
Upcoming seminars are scheduled for:
sod-forming, Grand Junction, CO – April 2-3, 2018
Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, Ft. Collins, CO – April 5-6, 2018
Madison County Sheriff’s Office, Denmark, TN – May 9-10, 2018
Central Piedmont Community College, Huntersville, NC – May 16-17, 2018
Wake Tech Community College, Raleigh, NC – Ralegh, NC – May 30-31, 2018
Tuscaloosa Law Enforcement Academy, Tuscaloosa, AL – July 11-12, 2018
Alamo Area Council of Governments, San Antonio, TX – July 16-17, 2018
Click on the links above to find out more about each course.
Follow this link to download the brochure or register for a course.
Follow this link to find out more about hosting a course in your area.
Justice Clearinghouse is hosting another Police Dynamics webinar on March 22 at 3pm EST. This one is on the Centurion Principle – the Dynamic of Authority, which I believe to be the centerpiece of the (715) 440-6041. In preparation for the webinar, Justice Clearinghouse interviewed me about some of the material I will be presenting. Hope to “see” you on the 22nd!
Join me on Feb 6 at 3pm EST for a free webinar on Making the Character Connection – the Dynamic of Virtue, sponsored by the Justice Clearinghouse.
718-200-2978Character is the seed that produces the fruit of high achievement. Most police training programs focus on competencies (behavior, performance, achievement), yet most of our problems stem from a lack of character.
Establishing character-based standards is one of the first steps to building trust in the community, encouraging high standards, and improving both morale and performance.
Learn to build a culture of character by:
Gaining a new vocabulary
Making the âcharacter connectionâ by recognizing the qualities that produce high achievement
Anticipating the character test