Conducted by the
Roger Williams University Justice System Training & Research Institute
in partnership with the New England Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc.
The Command Training Series: Executive Development Course is a program for officers typically holding the rank of Captain, Major, Deputy Chief, or Chief. Topics including Reflective Leadership, Research and Policy Development,, Strategic Thinking and Planning, Understanding the Role of External Information and Individuals in Police Executive Decision Making, Budgeting, Legal Issues, Labor and Management Relations, Organizational Culture & Change Management, Ethical Decision-making, Managing the Political Environment, a Chief’s Perspective, and Communication for the Executive will be thoughtfully developed within the classroom, through web-based group discussion forums and through application in student project advancement. Critical thinking skills for “real world” problems will be reinforced as attendees confer with experienced law enforcement practitioners and academicians delivering the curriculum interactively. Course delivery will involve six days (two 3-day sessions) of classroom work and six weeks of distance learning. This is an academically challenging but truly rewarding learning endeavor for those seeking career enhancement.
Classroom Sessions: Tuesday, October 8 – Thursday, October 10, 2013
and Tuesday, November 12 – Thursday, November 14, 2013
8:00am – 4:30 pm Daily
Roger Williams University Baypoint Inn & Conference Center
144 Anthony Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Early registration is encouraged as class size is limited to thirty persons.
The cost for the seminar is $1750.00 per person for agencies whose chiefs are current NEACOP members ($1900.00 per person for non-members) which includes materials, on-line discussions, breaks and lunches. Checks should be made payable to the Roger Williams University JST&RI, 144 Anthony Road, Portsmouth, RI 02871. Travel, lodging and evening meals are the responsibility of the attendee; however area hotels have provided a special rate for personnel in attendance at this course. Telephone inquiries should be made to Liz Campo, Administrative Assistant to the School of Justice Studies at (401) 254-3731 (or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org), or fax (401) 254-3351.
**Seating is limited and will be awarded on a first come – first serve basis. It is recommended that travel arrangements and hotel accommodations not be made until you receive confirmation of enrollment.**
** WE REQUIRE TWO WEEKS CANCELLATION PRIOR TO THE SEMINAR OR YOU WILL BE CHARGED THE