Bias-Based Policing – Remaining Fair & Impartial – February 8, 2018

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Date(s) - 02/08/2018
8:30 am - 10:30 am

Seal Beach Police Department


Bias-Based Policing – Remaining Fair & Impartial

Senate Bill 1102 mandates that all sworn police officers receive training on Racial Profiling/Bias-Based Policing. It also requires a two-hour refresher course every five- years. The latest update, titled “Bias-Based Policing-Remaining Fair and Impartial” must be delivered to all Sworn California Peace Officers. The latest course is designed to help officers recognize bias-based policing and to understand the importance of how their biases can impact their decisions. This class features scenario-based segments and meets the mandate to fulfill the requirements of PC 13519.14 (g) and POST Regulation 1081(a).

Presenter:  Josef Levy, Commander, Long Beach Police Department (Ret)

Josef Levy is a retired commander from the Long Beach Police Department and was involved in designing the State Mandated Racial Profiling Curriculum for POST and the State of California. He is a subject matter expert and has trained thousands of law enforcement professionals throughout the country on racial profiling, cultural diversity and a multitude of human relations topics.

Continental breakfast will be served.


Bookings are closed for this event.