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Insight Policing Training

May 31 @ 7:00 am - June 2 @ 3:30 pm

Total MIR Credit Hours: 24

Career Development: 24        Legal: 0        Cultural: 0    

Insight Policing Training

 Overview

 Insight Policing is a community--‐based, problem solving skill--‐set that merges discoveries of conflict resolution into policing practice. Principally, it teaches officers the cognitive patterns responsible for conflict behavior and the tools required to not only defuse it, but to understand it and respond to it effectively and safely.

Insight Policing skills have been described as a “mind trick” that deescalates conflict behavior, encourages cooperation and compliance, facilitates investigations, and positions officers to make targeted and precise law enforcement decisions that citizens find fair.  The communication framework of Insight Policing takes the mystery out of de--‐escalation. It enhances officers’ ability to enforce the law with legitimacy and strengthens the integrity, nobility and professionalism of policing.

Insight Policing training incorporates environmental and personal awareness skills, cultural competency, communication skills and a unique questioning framework that targets the decision making of citizen, especially when the citizen is showing signs of stress and challenging the authority of the law.

Trainer Bios

 Dr. Megan Price is the Director of the Center for Applied Insight Conflict Resolution and the Insight Conflict Resolution Program at George Mason University. She is a principal collaborator in the development of the Insight approach to conflict analysis and resolution. Her research and practice focus on designing reliable, context--‐based solutions to systemic social conflict. She co--‐ developed Insight Policing in 2012, and redeveloped it for application in schools in 2015. Dr. Price is a professor at George Mason University and an expert trainer, committed to experiential, authentic learning techniques.

Sergeant Latriviette Young has over 10 years of experience in the Loudoun County Sheriff’s office. She has spent much of her career in community policing and now works in LCSO recruitment. She holds a Master’s of Science in Conflict Analysis and Resolution from George Mason University and is a certified police trainer.

Details

Start:
May 31 @ 7:00 am
End:
June 2 @ 3:30 pm
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Organizer

Bruce Jackson

Venue

Academy
45299 Research Place
Ashburn, VA 20147 United States
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Phone:
(703) 729-4299