Category: Law Enforcement Training

Dec 14

Embassy Consulting Services Begins Training the Los Angeles World Airport Police

Embassy is honored to have received a contract to begin Human Relations Training for the employees of the Los Angeles World Airport Police Department (LAWA) The LAWA Police Department leads the nation’s largest aviation law enforcement agency with more than 1,100 sworn and civilian employees who work at Los Angeles International (LAX), Van Nuys (VNY). and Ontario (ONT) Airports. Continue reading

Jul 18

Embassy Consultant, Dr. Heather Williams, Created the First Peer Support Team for OCSD

Dr. Heather Williams, Regional Peer Support Coordinator for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Photo by Steven Georges/Behind the Badge OC

Dr. Heather Williams, Regional Peer Support Coordinator for the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
Photo by Steven Georges/Behind the Badge OC

Dr. Heather Williams, a consultant with Embassy Consulting Services is featured in this article that was originally written by Lori Basheda and posted to BehindTheBadge.com

It’s a little discussed number: More cops commit suicide than are killed by gunfire and traffic accidents combined. Continue reading

Mar 28

Embassy Partners with Michael Josephson and the Josephson Institute to Train the Fresno PD

An independent report and analysis of the views of Fresno Police Department employees provides a road map for improving morale. Police Chief Jerry Dyer, who ordered the report, already has acted on several suggestions.

An independent report and analysis of the views of Fresno Police Department employees provides a road map for improving morale. Police Chief Jerry Dyer, who ordered the report, already has acted on several suggestions.

It should come as no surprise that many officers and civilians working for the Fresno Police Department have low morale – a fact documented by an in-depth report conducted by a Southern California-base institute at the request of Police Chief Jerry Dyer. Continue reading

Mar 05

Interacting Effectively with the Mentally Ill

police and mentally illEmbassy Consulting Services, LLC was featured in the Pasadena Star News. The article highlights the “Interacting Effectively with the Mentally Ill” class that Embassy Consulting is delivering to police departments.

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