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Issues for 21st Century Law Enforcement

Summary: Issues for 21st Century Law Enforcement, is a must for concerned law enforcement administrators, their command staff and their governmental executives, who are also urged to attend. The course will provide information to help you through these tight economic times to meet the challenges of the 21st century. , is a must for concerned law enforcement administrators, their command staff and their governmental executives, who are also urged to attend. The course will provide information to help you through these tight economic times to meet the challenges of the 21st century. This course is a must have.

We encourage attendees who want training and information that challenge current assumptions, and introduce new ways of thinking. You will return to your department with fresh ideas and skills, and a greater capacity to meet those challenges.

21stCentruy Law Enforcement Badge  In today’s changing world departments need to do something different from the past – it is a fact of life. Winning organizations act. They are their toughest critics and operate through a continuous improvement philosophy. Successful departments think about solutions and by attending this seminar you’ll learn about new opportunities to contribute at a higher level.

 We’ll show you how to achieve better quality, faster service and higher value; we’ll show you best practices for law enforcement that will maximize your strengths and abilities.

 This Two Day seminar was tailored and developed to provide real solutions to the economic trends and other difficulties you face. You will see results both the department and the community will appreciate.



   Course Outline

Prevention of Liability

 Law enforcement driving

 Use of force 


 Emerging liability

 21st Century Management Issues


 Officer safety in the 21st century

 Morale and how to improve it

 Votes of no confidence – how to prevent and defuse them

 Policy Development

 The importance of a good policy manual

 How to get this critical task accomplished

 Policy manual resources

 Communication Inside the Police Department

 Career Killers for Police Chiefs and How to Avoid Them

 Future Trends and Award Winning Programs

 General Discussion on Internal Affairs Philosophies

 Community Involvement: The New COP Model

 Media Relations: Understanding and Working with Them

 Executive Decision Models

 Six Sigma Simplified 

 Maximizing organizational efficiency and effectiveness

 Predictive Analytics

 Proven Solutions to Maximize Your Potential

Instructor(s): William Cooper is a Retired Chief of Police and a 30 year veteran of Law Chief Bill CooperEnforcement. Bill Cooper has a long public service career with numerous and highly successful accomplishments. He specializes in leadership and organizational development, providing the knowledge, skills, and abilities to develop into a learning organization that wins. He brings considerable experience and education along with a track record of developing hundreds of leaders and numerous organizations in both the public and private sectors. Bill is an inspirational and motivational speaker and instructor.  

Bill holds an MBA and a Masters Degree in Public Administration, graduate of the FBI National Academy and Executive Command Center, as well as a Graduate Certificate in the Advanced Study of Management. Bill is also a Motorola trained Six Sigma Black Belt. 

Paul Schultz is a 37 year law enforcement veteran with over 15 years experience as Chief of Chief Paul SchultzPolice in Nebraska and Colorado. He was the former President of both states Police Chiefs Associations. He is a nationally known instructor in the areas of Leadership, Management, Police Chief Liability and Current and Future Trends affecting Law Enforcement. He is currently the Director of Peace Officer Standards and Training for the State of Colorado. He has a Masters Degree from the University of Colorado and is a graduate of the FBI LEEDS and FBI LEEDA programs. 

Who Should Attend: Police Executive, Command and Staff personnel assigned with the responsibility to efficiently and effectively utilize organization resources to serve the public in carrying out the mission and achieving the goals of the organization. Governmental executives of cities, counties and states will benefit by attending with their law enforcement/criminal justice administrators and their staff.

What Others Say:

“The Cooper Model is the solution right now. It has the versatility of being top down or bottom up. It is not the standard adaptation of police management models. It is its own powerful management model. It should be standard orientation. This model develops how to look at management of your organization with budgeting and staffing in line with the current environment. Cooper is consistent and achieves more with the resources he already has. He will show you how to better target your resources, and dramatically reduce crime and cost, without any increase in staff.” - - Bob Mahoney (Ret) F.B.I

“Paul Schultz has been a tremendous leader in law enforcement and I have personally learned a great deal from him. His knowledge is extensive and amazing, and I would sit through his classes over and over again.”  - - Chief David Banaszynski, Shorewood, WI Police Department

“I found the program and the speaker to be informative and inspiring. The concrete explanations were most valuable.” -  - Judy Russell  

“I have never been to a class I have enjoyed more. The information was useful and applicable and I am excited to use the strategies and techniques.”  - - Rachel DePew 

“The entire program was valuable; each part builds on the next. Outstanding and very thought provoking.” - - Kim Dowd

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