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Applied Leadership Principles- 4/25/2018

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All registrations for this class must be made through the

St. Louis County & Municipal Police Academy

Register on-line www.sticmpa.org  

If you have any questions, please contact

Becky at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Office: 314-889-8600

    Training site:

    St Louis County & Municipal Police Academy, 1266 Sutter Avenue, St Louis, MO 63133-1934

    April 25, 2018

    Time: 8am-4pm

    Tuition for this class is $75 (3hrs Legal Studies, 3 hrs Interpersonal Perspectives, 3 hours Technical)

Of all the problems that face public safety, the shortage of practical leaders is an issue that must be addressed. Effective leadership is the cornerstone of day-to-day supervision and  can be developed through experience and proper training. It is from training and experience that potential leaders are taught how to apply core competencies required of anyone thrust into a leadership situation or position. This course provides the proper training to develop an effective leader.

    Topics are:

  • Leaders and Leadership
  • Leadership vs Management
  • Major Challenges Facing Leaders
  • Leadership and Motivation
  • How Leaders Behave
  • Four Ways Leaders Get Others to Follow Leadership Power

 

    Students receive class outline, model forms, rules, and certificate of attendance. (Class size is limited, please

    register early)

 

    “I believe the entire program was excellent.  Mr Detchon is a very knowledgeable man.  Lots of good ideas to take back to my department.”  St. Louis, MO

 

     

John has over 33 years of law enforcement experience in state and county
law enforcement agencies. He has worked as a trooper, deputy sheriff, field
training officer, jail commander, and investigation commander.
John attended Kent State University and holds numerous advanced
law enforcement training certifications.  John’s expertise is in
leadership, supervision and police report writing.
Education:
John is a graduate of the Ohio State Patrol Academy and attended Kent State University.  Apart from his formal education, he holds numerous training certificates signifying his commitment to continued education.
They are as follows:
•Police Procedures, Policy and Management Theories
•Ohio State Patrol Training Certificate
•Ohio Peace Officer Basic Training Certificate
•Criminal Interrogation & Behavioral Analysis in Interviews
•Ohio Peace Officer Training Council-First Line Supervisor
•Governor’s Office of Criminal Justice Service-Crime Prevention
•Van Meter & Associates, Inc.-Standard Task Accountability and Rating System
•Medina County Law Enforcement Academy-Drug Interdiction
•Public Agency Training Council-Court Security
•Ohio Peace Officer Training Council-Basic Corrections Certificate
•Adjunct Instructor at Cuyahoga Community College
Course Date 04-25-2018

First-line Supervision-4/26/2018

This is a courtesy post.

All registrations for this class must be made through the

St. Louis County & Municipal Police Academy

Register on-line www.sticmpa.org  

If you have any questions, please contact

Becky at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Office: 314-889-8600

Training site:

St Louis County & Municipal Police Academy

1266 Sutter Avenue

St Louis, MO 63133-1934

Date:  April 26, 2018

Time: 8am-4pm

 Tuition for this class is $75 POST 8hrs

This course takes the position that the responsibility for quality-control enforcement in an organization depends on the loyalty and abilities of its first-line supervisors.  Effective supervisors are those that know when to motivate, when to lead, when to discipline, when to be subordinate, and when to just get out of the way.


Attendees are taught:
    •    The legal and fiduciary responsibilities of a first-line supervisor 

    •    How to build a positive Supervisor-to-Subordinate relationship 

    •    How to apply basic principles of employee motivation, leadership and performance management to day-to-day performance problems 

    •    How to establish accountability with the difficult employee 

    •    How to conduct a Problem-Solving conference and document a plan for performance improvement 

    •    How to complete a Critical Incident Report that documents an employee’s performance problem. 
Students receive class outline, model forms, rules, and certificate of attendance

 John Detchon/Associate

John has over 33 years of law enforcement experience in state and county
law enforcement agencies. He has worked as a trooper, deputy sheriff, field
training officer, jail commander, and investigation commander.
John attended Kent State University and holds numerous advanced
law enforcement training certifications.  John’s expertise is in
leadership, supervision and police report writing.
Education:
John is a graduate of the Ohio State Patrol Academy and attended Kent State University.  Apart from his formal education, he holds numerous training certificates signifying his commitment to continued education.
They are as follows:
•Police Procedures, Policy and Management Theories
•Ohio State Patrol Training Certificate
•Ohio Peace Officer Basic Training Certificate
•Criminal Interrogation & Behavioral Analysis in Interviews
•Ohio Peace Officer Training Council-First Line Supervisor
•Governor’s Office of Criminal Justice Service-Crime Prevention
•Van Meter & Associates, Inc.-Standard Task Accountability and Rating System
•Medina County Law Enforcement Academy-Drug Interdiction
•Public Agency Training Council-Court Security
•Ohio Peace Officer Training Council-Basic Corrections Certificate
•Adjunct Instructor at Cuyahoga Community College

 

 

Course Date 04-26-2018
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