LGBT Law Enforcement Training Conference
Out To Protect in partnership with the Napa Valley Criminal Justice Training Center is proud to present this LGBT Law Enforcement Awareness Training Conference. The goal of this conference is to improve law enforcement’s ability to serve the LGBTQ+ community and to support those LGBTQ+ members of the law enforcement profession.
Out To Protect is partnering with the Napa Valley Criminal Justice Training Center, San Jose Police Department, and Matthew Shepard Foundation to produce this event. The conference will include two and a half days of training on topics including:
Creating an Inclusive Workplace
Special Guest Speaker:
Christy Mallory, UCLA Williams Institute
Hate Crimes Involving LGBTQ Victims
Special Guest Speakers: Judy and Dennis Shepard
Cynthia Deitle, Rtd. FBI
LGBT Awareness Training for Law Enforcement
Model Programs In California
Special Guest Speakers: Don Mueller, LASD,
Brody Elton, SFPD and Jules Sohn, LAPD
Creating an LGBT Liaison Program
Special Guest Speakers: Jim Ritter, Seattle Police Department
Brett Parson, Washington DC Metro Police Department
Michelle Gigante, Sacramento PD,
Christine Garcia and Dan Meyer, San Diego PD
James Gonzales, San Jose PD
The conference will be held at Napa Valley College in California and is open to all law enforcement professionals including sworn and civilian personnel. Conference fees include registration and materials. Attendees are responsible for their own travel, lodging, and meals.
This training is certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training under Plan IV. Participants are eligible to receive 20 hours of CPT credit.
$225 Until December 31, 2019
$325 January 1, 2020 And After
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