Date(s) - 11/04/2019
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Embassy Consulting Services, LLC in partnership with the Fountain Valley Police Department presents:
The Evolution of Policing
“How to Survive & Thrive in Today’s Climate”
What has happened in law enforcement? This is a question that many have been asking as the profession is under fire more than ever before. Intense scrutiny by the public, officers attacked and sometimes killed, stress of the job leading to burn-out, PTSD and even suicide are very real threats to the profession.
This course, designed specifically for ALL law enforcement professionals, will explore the current climate that exists between the community and law enforcement and also examine how contemporary issues are affecting those who have sworn to protect and serve.
Topics that will be discussed will include recent deadly force legislation, use of force, the impact of technology, de-policing and self-care and wellness. This class will assist attendees with providing them with insights and effective strategies, in order to survive and thrive in their chosen noble profession.
Chief Charlie Celano, Tustin Police Department (ret)
Charlie Celano is a recently retired police chief and has 27 years of law enforcement experience, including over 18 years in supervisory, management and command level positions within the organization. Charlie has taught law enforcement professionals throughout the country and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Class #258.
Commander Josef Levy, Long Beach Police Department (ret)
Josef Levy has close to 30 years of law enforcement experience and has conducted trainings for thousands of law enforcement professionals throughout the country on a variety of topics. He has also trained at the International level, training law enforcement delegations from France, Germany, Israel and Russia.
Embassy Consulting Services LLC is owned and operated by Josef Levy, Commander (Retired) Long Beach Police Department and Lysa Gamboa-Levy. Embassy training seminars are not open to the general public. Embassy seminars are for Law Enforcement personnel or those who, in some capacity, represent law enforcement, public or government agencies. Embassy reserves the right to restrict or deny enrollment or access to any individual.
No refunds, however, substitutions will be permitted.