Law Enforcement Training Tag

SACRAMENTO (AP) — California demonstrators protesting the shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin by a police officer vandalized buildings and tried to start a fire in downtown Sacramento while others in Los Angeles targeted the home of the city police chief.The protests Thursday night were...

Embassy Consulting Services, LLC recently conducted a training for the Woodland Police Department entitled Building A Safe, Respectful and Inclusive Workplace and Community. In today's world, it is more important, now more than ever, that we have effective and highly trained law enforcement officials. Learn...

Embassy Consulting Services is honored to have been asked to partner with the California Probation, Parole and Corrections Association (CPPCA).CPPCA is one of the nation's oldest and largest state professional associations for corrections and is a vital voice in California corrections. Their membership is comprised...

Engaging the CommunityOriginally published in the July 2013 issue of the Community Policing Dispatch from the U.S. Department of Justice COPS Office.The number one piece of advice savvy law enforcement officers give for maintaining safe, inclusive communities is this: Don't wait for a hate crime or a crisis to happen in your town before you take action; make sure you are taking a preventive approach and have established relationships and programs with members of different racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural groups in your community. But with busy schedules and limited resources, how do you engage your community in a meaningful way in the absence of a crisis?