NSA Webinar Series
If you are interested in presenting a webinar, please contact Hilary Burgess at (800) 424-7827 x320 or email@example.com. Click here to see the webinar requirements.
From time to time, NSA also offers special, sponsored webinars. For more information on sponsoring a webinar, click here.
Peer Support: Developing and Keeping a Program Strong
March 8 @ 2:00pm Eastern
Peer Support provides a way for employees and their family members to confidentially talk about personal and professional problems with specially trained co-workers who understand and want to help. This webinar is designed to raise awareness and emphasize the importance of peer support programs for first responder agencies. The peer support selection process will be covered and the benefits of starting a program will be identified. In addition, participants will learn what is involved in being a peer supporter, as well as recognize the importance of maintaining their peer support team.
Presenter: Nancy Bohl-Penrod, Ph.D., Director, The Counseling Team International
Protecting Your Jail – Part I: Avoiding Costly Lawsuits and Saving Money by Advancing Your Suicide Prevention Program [SPONSORED BY FALCON, INC.]
March 15 @ 2:00pm Eastern
It’s a new year, and given the focus in 2017 on inmate litigation, especially with the mentally-ill population, it is vitally important for Sheriffs and Jail Administrators to critically examine their suicide prevention programs. This webinar examines suicide prevention programs with the goal of assisting counties to not only meet minimum standards, but to truly understand and identify system areas that can be advanced or elevated. The webinar guides the audience in how to ensure that their system is reliable, that it really works, and that the effectiveness is sustainable. Creating a suicide prevention system that truly works and continues to be reliable year after year, will not only provide peace of mind that cost savings from lawsuits are achieved, but will also garner the county political capital by demonstrating safety and treatment effectiveness with their high-risk populations.
Presenters: Dr. Elizabeth Falcon, Psy.D., CCHP-MH, MBA and Dr. David Stephens, Psy.D.
OD for a Change: Enhancing Organizational Effectiveness and Community Impact
April 12 @ 2:00pm Eastern
Learn how to optimize your organization by installing a Continuous Improvement Team, engage in Strategic Management, and Lead Change in your culture for positive community impact.
Presenters: Dr. Terry D. Anderson, Chief Leadership Officer, International Academy of Public Safety; Chief (Ret.) Sam Spiegel, Consultant to Public Safety Agency Executives; and Chief (Ret.) Ward Clapham, Consultant to Public Safety Agency Executives
Doing More with Less: Maximizing the Effective Use of Volunteer, Part-Time, and Hybrid Law Enforcement Personnel
May 10 @ 2:00pm Eastern
With declining budgets, many criminal justice agencies have incorporated volunteer, part-time, and ‘hybrid’ law enforcement personnel to optimize organizational performance. Practical implementation strategies will be outlined to enhance agency effectiveness and efficiency.
Presenter: Jimmy Albrecht, NYPD Captain (Ret.) and Professor, Criminal Justice & Security, Pace University
2018 WEBINAR SCHEDULE
January 11: Medication Assisted Treatment
February 8: Grant Funding for Public Safety Initiatives
February 22: Ridesharing as a Road Safety Tool [SPONSORED]
March 8: Peer Support: Developing and Keeping a Program Strong
March 22: Protecting Your Jail – Part I: Avoiding Costly Lawsuits and Saving Money by Advancing Your Suicide Prevention Program [SPONSORED]
April 12: OD for a Change: Enhancing Organizational Effectiveness and Community Impact
May 10: Doing More with Less: Maximizing the Effective Use of Volunteer, Part-Time, and Hybrid Law Enforcement Personnel
June 14: Resiliency
July 12: TBD
August 9: The Role of America's Sheriffs in the Response to Labor Trafficking
September 13: TBD
October 11: TBD
November 8: TBD
December 13: TBD