|Office of Community
Oriented Policing Services
U.S. Department of Justice
Training Course: Introduction to Community-Police Strategies for AAPI Communities
Expected Delivery Date: May 2013
Mode of Delivery: Classroom
Training Provider: Asian Media Access, Inc.
Target Audience: AAPI community members
Course Description: The goal of the training, Introduction to Community-Police Strategies for AAPI Communities, is to increase the capacity of AAPI parents, and other AAPI community members, to identify and address Meth-related problems in their families and the AAPI community, and understand the role of law enforcement in a community policing context. The training will be held in an effort to increase AAPI Communities’ understanding of community-policing strategies that build and strengthen mutual respect, accountability, and trust with law enforcement agencies. The training will include information on how to collaborate with law enforcement and other authorities in reporting suspicious house parties and drug selling, understanding community policing, and AAPI cultural implications of Meth usage.
For additional information on this course: www.amamedia.org
Training Course: Procedural Justice Line Officer Training
Expected Delivery Date: April 2013
Mode of Delivery: Classroom Training
Training Provider: King County Sheriff Office
Target Audience: Line Officers
Course Description:The Procedural Justice Line Officer Training will provide practical steps on how to integrate procedural justice at the line officer level by training law enforcement officers on how to incorporate core principles of procedural justice into decision-making and actions; and to help agencies create an environment where procedural justice core principles become standard practice. The training will include a participants guide on implementation considerations and strategies, raising their awareness and aiding them in becoming more effective in fostering an environment where procedural justice core principles become a standard practice within law enforcement and policing. This training will be delivered in Washington State’s POST, as well as two (TBD) agencies around the county.
For additional information on this course: http://www.kingcounty.gov/safety/sheriff.aspx