Legacy Training

  • How do you envision your legacy?
  • How does your agency prepare future leaders?
  • How does the community influence your agency’s mission?
Past Training Events:
  • July 2010 (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • September 2010 (Indianapolis, IN)
  • January 2011 (Austin, TX)
  • March 2011 (Charlotte, NC)
  • May 2011 (Portland, OR)
  • August 2011 (Providence, RI)
  • September 2011 (Pierre, SD)
  • November 2011 (Jackson, MS)
  • February 2012 (Phoenix, AZ)
  • May 2012 (Denver, CO)
  • July 2012 (Havana, FL)
  • August 2012 (Douglas, WY)
  • November 2012 (Minneapolis, MN )
  • April 2013 (Okeechobee, FL)
  • April 2013 (Johnston, IA)
  • July 2013 (Concord, NH)
  • March 2014 (Parker, CO)
  • April 2014 (Middletown, VA)
  • May 2014 (New Castle, OK)
Future Training Dates:
  • July 7-9: Crowley, TX (co-hosted by the Crowley Police Department)
  •  October 8-10: Galveston, TX (co-hosted by the Galveston County Sheriff's Office)
  • September 10-12: Manahawkin, NJ (co-hosted by the Stafford Township Police Department)

If you are interested in holding a Leading by Legacy training event in your area, please complete the co-host request form and a staff member will contact you.

Training Design

Legacy training events are:

  • Two and a half days in length.
  • No cost to participants and includes program registration and materials.
  • Limited in size with approximately 30 participants per event.
  • Interactive and intensive. The training will be delivered using a variety of interactive teaching methods whereby participants will be continuously engaged with trainers and other attendees. For enhanced learning, participants will also be required to complete pre and post-training assignments.
  • Inclusive of participants from smaller agencies only to provide opportunities for networking and information sharing.
  • Taught by experienced law enforcement trainers using a peer-based model. Curriculum developed by project advisors who are subject matter experts with significant experience in smaller law enforcement agencies.
Training Content

The training curriculum is organized into three primary course modules that focus on the concept of legacy development. The core areas include:

 

Individual:

  • Exploring leadership concepts
  • Assessing individual leadership styles
  • Examining motivation and bases of power
     

 

Organization:

  • Assessing the organization’s culture and identifying the mission, vision, and values
  • Strengthening communication and implementing change
  • Fostering leadership through mentoring & succession planning
     

 

Community:

  • Conducting community needs assessments
  • Developing partnerships in the community
  • Maintaining transparency and accountability to the community
     

 

Eligibility

Eligible participants must (1) be an executive, command staff, or first line supervisor; (2) serve in a smaller agency serving a population of 50,000 people or less.

Contact

Please contact Leading by Legacy program staff at: leadingbylegacy@theiacp.org

 

 

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