Episode Five: Navigating Social Chaos: Resilience Amidst a Mandate for Reform

When:  Jul 2, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (PT)

The entire policing landscape is facing an unprecedented level of scrutiny and an environment of chaos that affects how we, as a profession, navigate mandates for substantial reform. This installment of CPCA's Critical Content Series, moderated by CPCA's Executive Development Course coordinator, will include a panel of two African American police executives, the nation's first USDOJ COPS Director, and a renowned police psychologist. Together they will contribute their unique perspectives for a timely, provocative, and informative discussion about the current morass and how we can navigate it with resilience. The discussion will include:

  • Compelling perspectives of police executive leadership against a backdrop of racial tension
  • Unique perspectives about the difficulty in navigating change in crisis--especially under social, legal, or regulatory change mandates. 
  • How to keep cops energized and focused during the chaos, vitriol, and doubt that can literally dismantle their enthusiasm.

This is a segment you don't want to miss! 

Panelist

Panelist

Panelist

Panelist
Moderator

Angela Averiett
Deputy Chief, BART PD

Joe Brann
Policing Reforms 
& Accountability Expert

Daniel Hahn
Chief, Sacramento PD

Dr. Jana Price-Sharps
First Responder Psychologist
& University Professor

Darryl McAllister
Chief (Retired)
CPCA Program Coordinator


This panel will be presented live on Thursday, July 2nd from 1:00PM - 3:00PM via Zoom. 

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