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Featured Leadership Courses

Police Executive Role in 21st Century

The Police Executive Role in the 21st Century is a comprehensive and challenging program designed to guide law enforcement leaders in the right direction with professional development necessary for successful management and leadership of today's law enforcement agency.

Participants will be challenged to think strategically and with vision to take their organization to the next level. Recognized as a career path development tool, Police Executive Role in the 21st Century is the course for top law enforcement leaders seeking that extra edge.

Week 1: March 27-30, 2017 (Peoria, IL)
Week 2: April 24-27, 2017 (Peoria, IL)
Week 3: May 15-18, 2017 (Peoria, IL)

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First-Line Supervisor Institute on Violence Against Women

The ILETSB Executive Institute is proud to announce the Illinois First-Line Supervisor Institute on Violence Against Women.

The Illinois Institute curriculum focuses attention on resources for developing capacity and commitment of law enforcement to address crimes of violence against women.

March 28-30, 2017 (Fairview Heights, IL)
April 25-27, 2017 (Naperville, IL)

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Effective Police Supervision

The first-line supervisor has never been more important in the field of law enforcement. Law enforcement organizations have increased internal and external success by developing a management continuum that includes first-line supervisors.

This 200-hour course focuses on the first-line supervisors' function, effectiveness, proficiency and influence on creating an effective criminal justice agency. A hybrid learning experience, participants will meet for three weeks of traditional classroom instruction with individual and group participation, online learning modules and written assignments including case studies, the SARA model, personal leadership philosophy and comprehensive supervision plans.

Week 1: April 17-20, 2017 (Macomb, IL)
Week 2: May 22-25, 2017 (Macomb, IL)
Week 3: June 19-22, 2017 (Macomb, IL)

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New Chief's of Police Orientation

The course presents concepts, strategies, and information necessary for new police chiefs to efficiently and effectively lead their organization. The successful police chief must be many things to many people and sets the tone for the organization. The chief's role calls for an awareness of multiple constituencies and agendas.

May 22-25, 2017 (Springfield, IL)

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