Virtual Planning, Designing, and Constructing Police Facilities Course - June 2021

Designed for city administrators, law enforcement executives, police planners, and others responsible for administering the construction, modification, or design of new or existing police facilities, this three-week course provides fundamental knowledge that can be used to develop a cost-effective facility that meets both the department's requirements and the community's needs. 

At the conclusion of the course, participants should be able to do the following: 

  • Discuss planning considerations for facility construction
  • Plan and budget for a new or redesigned police facility
  • Plan special design features such as security, jails, and communications
  • Apply principles of space allocation and traffic patterns
  • Understand the implications of sustainable (green) design principles for 24/365 essential service buildings
  • Develop effective client-architect relationships
  • Identify life span and maintenance considerations for a facility

Jonathan Tallman, AIA, GGP, GPCP

Public Safety Leader

Dewberry

Jonathan has over 22 years of public safety experience including space needs Analysis, Conceptual Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, and Construction Administration phase work for public safety projects including fire stations, police departments and village halls. His background includes expertise in the Construction Documents and Construction Administration phases for K-12, public safety and religious projects. Jonathan received his Bachelor degree in Architecture from the University of Kansas.

Accomplishments / Speaking Engagements:
• 2019-present: Presenter; IACP Planning, Designing, and Constructing Police Facilities Course
• 2019-Oct: AIA AAJ Annual Conference; San Diego, CA; Speaker discussing sustainable features at Countryside Municipal Building
• 2019-OCT: IACP Annual Conference, Chicago, IL; Police Facilities Workshop Panel Member
• 2017-Oct: AIA AAJ Annual Conference; Cincinnati, OH; Speaker: “Glen Ellyn, IL Police: New Presence in the Park” Professional Affiliations:
• American Institute of Architects
• Kane County Fire Chiefs Association (KCFCA)
• Green Globes Professional
• Guiding Principals Compliance Professional
• International Living Future Institute (ILFI)

Larry Hlavacek, AIA

Principal/National Director of Public Safety Architecture

Dewberry

Larry’s proven leadership and expertise in the planning and design of public safety facilities spans over his 28-year career focused primarily on Public Safety, Justice, and Civic Architecture. As a recognized national expert, his leadership delivers innovative, operationally efficient, flexible, and futureready solutions ensuring the client’s vision is realized. He believes in a collaborative approach that focuses on developing professional work environments in support of mission critical operations, providing for the health and wellness of first responders, and supporting career development and staff retention. Larry frequently contributes locally and nationally within the profession through written publications, blogs, and speaking engagements on public safety design. Larry graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign with a Bachelor degree in Architecture and a Master of Architecture degree. He also volunteers as a member of his local Citizens Police Academy in support of his local police department and community.

Accomplishments / Speaking Engagements:
• 2021-APR: Speaker – Law Enforcement Facility Design & Thought Leadership / OACP Police Chief Administrative and Command Staff Training; Oklahoma City, OK
• 2021-MAR: Co-author - Pandemic Design Considerations for Police Facilities / Correctional News Magazine
• 2019-MAR: Publication - Oswego Village Police HQ Embraces Public Engagement / Correctional News Magazine
• 2018-NOV: Track Chair – Law Enforcement Design / AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice; Jersey City, NJ
• 2015-NOV: Speaker - Future Ready Design for Law Enforcement / AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice; Miami, FL
• 2015-NOV: Speaker - Future Ready Design for Law Enforcement / International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference; Chicago, IL
• 2015-AUG: Speaker - Protecting Those Who Protect: How Your Police Station Can Keep Officers Safe / Midwest Security & Police Conference; Tinley Park, IL
• 2015-OCT: Speaker - Getting More for Less: Creative Strategies That Save You Money on Your Law Enforcement Facility / International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference; Philadelphia, PN
• 2013-SEP: Speaker - Alternative Project Delivery Methods-Integrated Design Team Approach / AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice; Portland, OR
• 2013-AUG: Speaker - A 21st Century Police Headquarters Rises Out of the Heart of Darkness / Midwest Security & Police Conference; Tinley Park, IL
• 2013-JUN: Speaker - Survivable Building Design / Justice and Detention Facility Seminar. Pine Mountain, GA 

Professional Affiliations:
• American Institute of Architects
• International Association of Chiefs of Police

Daniel Barrett, Assoc. AIA

Southeast Public Safety Lead

Dewberry

Daniel has over 20 years of public safety design and planning experience in and around Florida. He has extensive experience in resiliency planning and designing hardened municipal facilities in hurricane prone regions. His projects’ successes come from maintaining an attention to detail and extensive consensus building with multiple users groups, including the community, while understanding the design intent, budget, and schedule. Daniel’s experience includes Space Needs Analysis, Conceptual Design, Design Development, Construction Documents, and Construction Administration phase work for public safety projects including fire stations, police stations, emergency operations centers, public safety training facilities. His background includes expertise in the Master Planning, Space Planning, Conceptual Design, Construction Documents, and Construction Administration phases for public safety and public works/fleet maintenance projects. Daniel received his Bachelor of Design in Architecture from the University of Florida.

Accomplishments / Speaking Engagements:
• 2019-present: Presenter; IACP Planning, Designing, and Constructing Police Facilities Course
• Valencia College – School of Public Safety Lectures/Workshops
• 2018-Oct: IACP National Convention; Orlando, FL; Speaker: “Planning and Design Guidelines For Your Next Law Enforcement Facility Project” 

Professional Affiliations:
• American Institute of Architects

Roderick Williams, AIA, CPD, LEED AP BD+C

Mid-Atlantic Public Safety Lead

Dewberry

Rod Williams brings more than 18 years of experience to municipal and public safety clients. From law enforcement facilities to fire stations and police heliports, Mr. Williams has led the successful planning and design efforts for facilities throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. As a CPTED designated professional, he lends his expertise in the security of public safety and municipal facilities to design cost-effective, highly efficient buildings. Rod received his Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Architecture from the University of Kentucky and University of Cincinnati.

Accomplishments / Speaking Engagements:
• 2019-present: Presenter; IACP Planning, Designing, and Constructing Police Facilities Course
• 2020-Feb: Author Aligning Police Priorities with Community Needs
• 2018-Nov: AIA AAJ Annual Conference; Jersey City, NJ; Speaker: “Thin Blue Line: Mental Health & Mental Illness.”

Professional Affiliations:
• American Institute of Architects
• National Institute of Crime Prevention

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Week One: Building Support and Pre-Planning and Analysis
Week One: June 8th, 2021 Sessions Recording
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Week One: June 10th, 2021 Sessions Recording
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Week Two: Design and Delivery
Week Two: June 15th, 2021 Sessions Recording
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Week Two: June 17th, 2021 Sessions Recording
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Week Three: Construction and Occupancy
Week Three: June 22nd, 2021 Sessions Recording
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Week Three: June 24th, 2021 Sessions Recording
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Course Completion
Course Evaluation
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13 Questions As mentioned during our final Planning, Designing, and Constructing Police Facilities June 2021 course virtual live event, we ask that you complete a brief evaluation of the virtual Police Facilities program. Kindly submit your completed evaluation by Friday, June 25.
IACP Credit Hours and Certificate of Completion
17.00 IACP Credit Hours credits  |  Certificate available
17.00 IACP Credit Hours credits  |  Certificate available