03/18-19, 2020 Law Enforcement Media Image Course

Manchester NH Police Department

Law Enforcement Media Image Course

Sponsored by the Manchester Police Department, New England National Academy Associates, and The Federal Bureau of Investigation

Manchester Police Department, 404 Valley Street, Manchester NH 03103

March 18 - 19, 2020

 

 

SUBJECT:  Law Enforcement Media Image Course presented by National Academy Instructors Gail Pennybacker and Kenneth White.   The Course will be held at Manchester Police Department 404 Valley Street, Manchester, NH 03103 on March 18-19, 2020 from 8:00am – 5:00pm.   There is no cost for the training. 

 

DETAILS:  This course focuses on the critical foundation of the law enforcement image in a community and how it is impacted by the public, the traditional media and social media. Through a series of philosophical discussions and practical demonstrations, students will gain an insight into the management and development of an effective leadership philosophy through mass communication strategies.

 

Each participant will have the opportunity to develop an enhanced recognition of the vital connection between proactive law enforcement communication efforts and law enforcement operational and strategic effectiveness, as well as public trust that is developed through the lenses of traditional and social media.

 

Through the course, students learn about creating and implementing a systematic approach to shape/deliver effective messages for any situation/event, develop the skills to effectively anticipate and respond to challenging communication demands placed on public safety leaders and their agencies. Practical exercises will help students develop the practical skills to communicate effectively and control all aspects of the public safety message in routine and crisis events. 

 

Students will also learn to how to orient their messaging to not “accommodate the media”, but consider their agency’s own image in every encounter.  There will be an emphasis on the importance of LE departments using social media to directly connect with the public/community rather than just relying on the traditional media.

 

Class size will be limited and interested agencies are encouraged to respond quickly.  Response deadline is February 14, 2020.  Respondents are asked to contact FBI representative Samantha Hix via e-mail SCHix@fbi.gov.  Your response should include the nominee’s full name, rank or title, department’s name and mailing address, the attendees contact telephone number, and e-mail address.  There is no cost for the course. 

 

Questions regarding the training can be directed to FBI Special Agent Michelle Kelley at e-mail MMKelley@fbi.gov or Manchester Police Department Training Sergeant Brian Caldwell at email BCaldwell@manchesterhn.gov

Law Enforcement Media Image Course

Sponsored by the Manchester Police Department, New England National Academy Associates, and The Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

Manchester Police Department

404 Valley Street

Manchester, New Hampshire 03103

 

March 18 - 19, 2020

 

 

SUBJECT:  Law Enforcement Media Image Course presented by National Academy Instructors Gail Pennybacker and Kenneth White.   The Course will be held at Manchester Police Department 404 Valley Street, Manchester, NH 03103 on March 18-19, 2020 from 8:00am – 5:00pm.   There is no cost for the training. 

 

DETAILS:  This course focuses on the critical foundation of the law enforcement image in a community and how it is impacted by the public, the traditional media and social media. Through a series of philosophical discussions and practical demonstrations, students will gain an insight into the management and development of an effective leadership philosophy through mass communication strategies.

 

Each participant will have the opportunity to develop an enhanced recognition of the vital connection between proactive law enforcement communication efforts and law enforcement operational and strategic effectiveness, as well as public trust that is developed through the lenses of traditional and social media.

 

Through the course, students learn about creating and implementing a systematic approach to shape/deliver effective messages for any situation/event, develop the skills to effectively anticipate and respond to challenging communication demands placed on public safety leaders and their agencies. Practical exercises will help students develop the practical skills to communicate effectively and control all aspects of the public safety message in routine and crisis events. 

 

Students will also learn to how to orient their messaging to not “accommodate the media”, but consider their agency’s own image in every encounter.  There will be an emphasis on the importance of LE departments using social media to directly connect with the public/community rather than just relying on the traditional media.

 

Class size will be limited and interested agencies are encouraged to respond quickly.  Response deadline is February 14, 2020.  Respondents are asked to contact FBI representative Samantha Hix via e-mail SCHix@fbi.gov.  Your response should include the nominee’s full name, rank or title, department’s name and mailing address, the attendees contact telephone number, and e-mail address.  There is no cost for the course. 

 

Questions regarding the training can be directed to FBI Special Agent Michelle Kelley at e-mail MMKelley@fbi.gov or Manchester Police Department Training Sergeant Brian Caldwell at email BCaldwell@manchesterhn.gov