TRAINING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT

Embassy Consulting has 30 years of experience creating training for law enforcement. Embassy has traveled around the country, as well as Internationally, training delegations from Russia, Germany, France, Algiers and Israel. Embassy provides a wide range of quality training programs.

 

By building mutual respect and trust, law enforcement agencies and their community members can work together to build safe, respectful and inclusive communities.

 

One cornerstone of our training for law enforcement is bringing together both the community and police to engage in productive dialogue to explore perceptions and expectations in order to improve police-community relations.

TRAINING FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT: CORRECTIONS AND JAIL PERSONNEL

Embassy also conducts STC Training for law enforcement professionals who work in a jail or correctional setting. At Embassy Consulting Services, we pride ourselves on being able to design training courses to fit the needs of the organization we are serving and providing the required training needed to maintain standards and mandates.

 

We are committed to “Creating Safe Communities” and we know this starts with effective leadership from our law enforcement personnel. Law enforcement is on the community front lines and that is why effective training for law enforcement is the key to building quality community relations and trust within the community.

 

ADDITIONAL TRAINING PROGRAMS DELIVERED BY EMBASSY

  • Racial Profiling
  • Leadership
  • Ethics
  • Human Relations
  • Cultural Competency
  • Hate Crimes
  • Media Relations
  • Customer Service
  • Building Trust in a Jail Setting
  • Workplace Violence
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Risk Assessment
  • Force Options
  • Active Shooter Scenario Training
  • Court and Temporary Holding Facilities Training

“Joe Levy was referred to our department and came with a great reputation as a skilled, passionate and engaging trainer. He trained our entire police department and received high praises. I would recommend Embassy for all your training needs.” – Chief David L. Maggard Jr., Irvine Police Department