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  • Crowd Management and Civil Demonstrations Webinar Package

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    $230 value - now $100 for members and $125 for non-members! During these extraordinarily challenging times, the ability of police leaders, elected officials, and communities to prepare for, respond to, and successfully manage demonstrations and protests is more critical than ever. As always, the IACP stands ready to ensure its members have the tools and resources needed to address the challenges they are facing. View this package to see the wide array of virtual education available to members and non-members that address crowd management and civil demonstrations.

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IACP is dedicated to aiding law enforcement in learning more about COVID-19 and how agencies can prepare. Topics include organizational preparedness, officer safety and wellness, special population concerns, funding for COVID-19, and global police response to COVID-19.

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  • The COVID-19 Vaccine and Law Enforcement: A Discussion with Dr. Anthony Fauci

    A virtual discussion with Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and a panel of esteemed police leaders on the COVID-19 vaccine and operational issues associated with the COVID-19 vaccine distribution.

  • Using ODMAP to Guide Response to the Opioid Epidemic

    The Overdose Detection Mapping Application Program (ODMAP) is a web-based tool developed and supported by the Washington/Baltimore HIDTA to provide real-time suspected overdose surveillance data across jurisdictions to support the critical fight against opioid overdoses. In this webinar, instructors demonstrate the value of ODMAP and describe how two jurisdictions are using this free tool to identify overdose “hot spots” and trends of concern, and develop coordinated public safety, public health, and behavioral health intervention strategies.

  • Social Media Matters: Why Law Enforcement Leaders Should Embrace Strategic Communication Through Social Media

    From a pandemic to civil unrest to police reform, it’s more important than ever that law enforcement effectively uses the communication tools at their disposal to impact the conversation. Whether we like it or not, social media has become the main source of information for many of those with whom we seek to communicate. In this one-hour seminar Chief Christopher Mannino, with a decade of experience in managing law enforcement public messaging and teaching communication strategies across the country, discusses why it is critical for law enforcement agencies to not only have a presence of social media, but an effective strategy as well, and how effective use of social media can be used by law enforcement leaders to build community trust in their agencies, impact the public conversation on law enforcement topics, and positively impact the culture of their departments. This timely course is brought to you by the Public Information Officer’s Section of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

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