Training Delivery - Webinar

Webinar - Fire/EMS as Partners in Early Diversion Strategies

Fire/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is an essential partner in front-end responses to people with behavioral health conditions, including mental health and substance use crises. This webinar will focus on the ways that Fire/EMS can be partners with behavioral health providers and other first responders on early diversion initiatives.

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Webinar - The Latest Research and Policy Issues Surrounding the Use of Body-Worn Cameras in Law Enforcement

Police body-worn cameras (BWCs) have diffused rapidly in law enforcement in the United States and abroad over the last few years. The rapid diffusion of police BWCs has been driven, in part, by findings from a handful of early research studies which suggest cameras can produce a range of positive outcomes, including reductions in use of force and citizen complaints, enhanced prosecution outcomes, and increased perceptions of procedural justice among citizens.

Webinar - Body Worn Cameras for Police Departments

Body worn cameras (BWCs) have been in the news for the past couple of years. To better educate local governments on the trending issues surrounding this topic, Leonard Matarese will lead a discussion with the CNA Institute for Public Research, which directs and coordinates technical assistance regarding BWCs for the hundreds of police agencies that have received funding in recent years from the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) under the BWC Policy and Implementation Program (PIP). 

Webinar - Developing Trauma Informed Partnerships with Schools and Other CAC Partners - Part 1

Brief Overview: This presentation will focus on how Dr. Amelia Siders with the Traverse Bay Children’s Advocacy Center worked to design and implement trauma-informed trainings for schools, law enforcement, and other community partners. An overview of essential components and stages of the training will be reviewed, as well as the challenges encountered in implementing the program within different systems. An opportunity for discussion will be provided to generate ideas on how to develop the programming in other communities.

Webinar - Addressing the Opioid Crisis through SPI Initiatives

On July 18, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. ET, Strategies for Policing Innovation (SPI) will present a webinar on “Addressing the Opioid Crisis through SPI Initiatives.” This online, interactive, seminar will engage both the law enforcement and health professionals on how SPI sites are addressing the opioid epidemic in their communities. Participants will gain a better understanding of the state of the epidemic across the country, as well as hear from SPI sites that are addressing this issue in innovative and measured ways.

Webinar - Milwaukee, Wisconsin Police Department Networks of Criminals (NOC) Youth Offender Program

This webinar will present the Milwaukee, Wisconsin Police Department’s novel and integrated Networks of Criminals (NOC) approach. This analytic approach integrates criminal history data, threat intelligence, and social network analysis to identify youth offenders that are believed to be substantially impacting motor vehicle and robbery trends. This unique, three-dimensional approach is a foundation for collaboration between crime analysts and investigative officers.

Webinar - Opioid Addiction Screening and Assessment for People in the Criminal Justice System

This webinar will focus on best practices for screening and assessment of people in the criminal justice system who have opioid addictions. Dr. Roger Peters of the University of South Florida will review available screening and assessment instruments, cover instrument selection, and discuss specific considerations for identifying and assessing people who have opioid addictions. Dr.

Webinar - Overlaying Digital Intelligence and Ballistics Technology to Enhance Investigations

Today’s investigations into violent crimes, especially gun-related crimes, have become more time-consuming due to factors including increases in the sources and quantities of digital and ballistics evidence. These new investigative challenges are stretching small and large departments alike. To solve these increasingly complex cases, law enforcement agencies are overlaying innovative technologies that help investigators gather and analyze both physical and digital evidence more effectively and with greater efficiency.

Webinar - Integration of Social Network Analysis (SNA) and Spatial Analysis (GIS)

This webinar will discuss two social network analysis (SNA) projects that the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Police Department (PD) undertook. The first project examined the extent of shared connections among shooting victims through network analysis; in particular, the analysis examined cross-divisional connections by combining the network analysis and geographic information systems (GIS). The second project applied SNA to understand connections among gangs at the group-level across the city.

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