New Supervisor Course TCOLE#3737
Hosted By: Windcrest PD
- Starts Mar 6Starts Mar 6
- 275 US dollars$275
- 9310 Jim Seal Drive, Windcrest, Texas 78239
Effective September 1, 2015, the House Bill 3211 brought an amendment to Occupations Code 1701.352(d), mandating newly appointed peace officers or those receiving their first supervisory position to undergo in-service training on supervision. This training should not be conducted earlier than 12 months before the appointment date or later than the first anniversary of the appointment. Below is a list of topics to be covered: Commission Rules and Legislative Changes The Role of the First Line Supervisor Values, Ethics, and Principles Effective Communication Skills Effective Leadership Styles and Characteristics Counseling, Goals, and Preparation Liability and Civil Rights Issues Principles of Planning and Organizing The Transition into the Supervision Role Racial Sensitivity and Cultural Diversity Special Investigative Issues These are all critical subjects that should be addressed to ensure successful leadership and management in a professional environment. Instructor: Lieutenant Robert K. Hartle served on the San Antonio Police Department for 37 years. He has 28 years of supervisory and managerial experience. During his 12 years as a first-line supervisor, he was assigned as a Patrol Shift Section Sergeant and a Night Shift Downtown Foot & Bike Patrol Unit Sergeant. During his 16 years as a Lieutenant, he was the Commander of the Evidence Unit, Director of the Internal Affairs Unit, and the Assistant Commander of the Central Patrol Substation. He has a Master of Public Administration Degree with a minor in Administration of Criminal Justice Systems from Texas State University. Since 2007, he has been an Adjunct Faculty Member at Wayland Baptist University where he teaches Law Enforcement Supervision and numerous other Justice Administration courses to students, including law enforcement professionals.
Cancellations within 5 days of registering are 100% refundable, unless the following restrictions apply: Due to limited seating, we request that you cancel at least 5 days before a scheduled class begins. This gives others the opportunity to register for the class. If you have to cancel your class, and do so at least 5 days before the class, you may use the credit towards any future class. At any time after registering, or within 5 days of the course, you may transfer the registration to another person.
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