Calendar of events

November 19, 2019 WEBINAR

Rural communities face unique challenges in dealing with alcohol misuse and drug use violations. This webinar will address the evaluation criteria for research for both law enforcement and offender programming strategies.

Attendees will:

Evaluate research-based information for...


November 20, 2019 WEBINAR

With up to 80% of all organizational problems rooted in poor communication, employees and supervisors are not nearly as adept as they should be in the way they send and receive messages. Additionally, many times employees are not immediately aware of when their messages get received in ways they...


November 21, 2019 WEBINAR

This training module encourages and equips Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Professionals, and their family members, to guard the six most vulnerable areas of life to promote health and well-being.

Officers often stress officer safety and “going home” at the end of the shift.  In this...


December 3, 2019 WEBINAR

Expand your wildlife live-capture and handling protocols. Discussion will include:

  • Replacing the NEED to capture or handle wildlife;
  • Ten Stress Reduction Must Do’s;
  • Catching the Uncatchable;
  • Redefining Live-traps;
  • and The Equipment
  • ...

December 5, 2019 WEBINAR

This Webinar will examine the concept of traumatic stress as it relates to children and adolescents who had Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  This webinar is meant to be a second part to Dr. Wesley Dotson’s discussion on ASD.  As a result, the focus will not be on ASD but on ASD and trauma.  The...


December 5, 2019 WEBINAR

Liability can occur in various forms. Whether it is an officer-involved dog shooting, animal cruelty, dog bites, improper seizure of an animal, premise liability, malicious prosecution, or other actions, we want you to be protected.

This presentation is ideal for law enforcement, animal...


December 10, 2019 WEBINAR

This training module encourages and equips Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Professionals, and their family members, to guard the six most vulnerable areas of life to promote health and well-being.

Officers often stress officer safety and “going home” at the end of the shift.  In this...


December 11, 2019 WEBINAR

Although conflict is a daily fact of life, most of us never really learned how to engage in it effectively. What’s worse is that our dysfunctional patterns of how we interact during conflict have become ingrained and are hard to change. This workshop will provide an overview of why conflicts...


January 15, 2020 WEBINAR

Religious ministries have the potential to help jail staff, incarcerated people, and family members.  Too often, unfortunately, there is unintended friction between jail staff and religious volunteers.  This friction can interfere with the success of jail ministries.  By discussing key issues...


January 30, 2020 WEBINAR

The animal control officer, law enforcement officer, or humane investigator’s success depends on their ability to leverage both public and private partnerships in the field. This is especially true when pursuing a criminal investigation involving animals. This session will focus on ways to...