Implementing a Culture of Common Sense – Officer Safety Best Practices & Lessons Learned
Sam Houston State University
The Woodlands Campus
3380 College Park Dr
The Woodlands, TX 77384
Who Should Attend:
Agency Administrators – Command-level Personnel – Training Coordinators
This 1.5 day symposium has been specifically designed for law enforcement officials who serve in an administrative, command-level or managerial capacity and who are truly committed to officer safety. Because everyone in an agency should serve as a “safety officer” we are challenging agency administrators to focus on cultural and policy changes that will virtually eliminate preventable line-of-duty deaths and injuries.
Day 1: We will hear from renowned public safety risk-management expert Gordon Graham, who will challenge attendees with a reality check on preventable line of duty deaths.
Following a catered lunch, we will have presentations from chief administrators of three award-winning agencies, all recognized for their outstanding and effective safety programs built on a foundation of Below 100 principles. These agencies have minimized injuries, reduced crashes and reaped the reward of huge cost savings, all while improving morale.
Day 2: The following morning (half-day) will consist of a facilitated workshop designed to provide an action plan for implementing a successful common-sense safety program that will minimize preventable losses and address areas that we have control over.
Registration Fee: $99
If travel funding is an issue. check with your state’s Office of Traffic Safety for assistance. This event is being made possible by NHTSA.
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