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Conducted by the Roger Williams University Justice System Training & Research Institute in partnership with the New England Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc.

10-day Program starting
Monday, September 19 – Friday, September 23, 2016
Monday, September 26 – Friday, September 30, 2016
8:00am – 4:00 pm Daily

Roger Williams University Baypoint Inn & Conference Center
144 Anthony Road, Portsmouth, Rhode Island

The Command Training Series: First Line Supervisor Course will provide sworn public safety professionals with contemporary, relevant concepts of leadership and management appropriate to the role responsibilities of first line supervisors in a modern criminal justice agency. Attendees will examine topics including: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; Leadership Principles; Interpersonal Communication; Discipline, Conflict Management, and Performance Appraisals; Problem Solving and Community Engagement; Situational & Crisis Applied Leadership; Legal Updates and Liability; and Fair and Impartial Policing for Supervisors. The program will be presented by experienced academics and law enforcement practitioners.

**The Command Training Series: First Line Supervisor Course was evaluated through the Standardized Credit Documentation review process in the Roger Williams University School of Continuing Studies. Students attending colleges or universities may be eligible for the credits upon successful completion of the course consistent with the Standardized Credit Documentation Policy of the college or university in which they are enrolled.**

The cost for the seminar is $1650.00 per person for agencies whose chiefs are current NEACOP members ($1800.00 per person for non-members) which includes all materials, continental breakfast, 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 or fax (401) 254-3351.

**Early registration is encouraged as class size 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.**


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If paying by credit card please call Liz Campo at (401) 254-3731

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