Role of the Chief - Monterey
Monday, March 20, 2017, 8:00 AM to Thursday, March 23, 2017, 5:00 PM PST
If you’re a newly appointed chief, interested in becoming a police chief, or a second-in-command that wants to find out how best to support your chief, this course is essential.
This course is WHERE you need to be to find out:
- WHY you may want the job — The rewards and challenges of leading today’s police department.
- WHAT is expected of a police chief from the perspective of several critical and influential stakeholders.
- HOW to effectively anticipate and assess issues and the need for change upon taking command of a municipal police agency.
- WHEN you are ready to be a police chief and how to prepare in order to be successful.
Topics covered in this course will include:
- Preparing for the position of chief of police and how to be competitive when applying.
- Expectations of the chief of police from the points of view of the city manager, elected officials, news media, and other police chiefs.
- Contemporary legal issues for the police chief.
- Shaping Public Policy.
- Labor Relations and Personnel Issues for the police chief.
- Leading in a Political Environment.
- Organizational Development and Change.
- Public Engagement: A Vital Leadership Skill.
- Crisis Communication and Leadership.
The course will be presented using a combination of learning techniques, including attendee participation, small group discussion, lecture, scenarios, and discussion panels. Attendees will have an opportunity to interact with experienced police chiefs, city managers, executive search consultants, police legal advisors, and other experts who specialize in the topics listed above.
- Chief Scott Seaman, Retired, Los Gatos PD
- Pete Peterson, Dean, School of Public Policy, Pepperdine University
- Chief John Welter, Retired, Anaheim PD
- Bill Rams, Media Consultant, Cornerstone Communications
- Laura Kalty, Attorney, Liebert Cassidy Whitmore
- Joel Bryden, Murray & Associates
*instructors may vary per location
Tuition & Registration Fees:
This is a Plan III POST course. POST Course Control #: 1137-10860-16-003
Coffee and an afternoon break service will be provided each day. There will also be a hosted lunch on the first day. All other meals are on own.
*Member fee applies to agencies that are members of CPCA and apply agency-wide. Non-Member fees apply to all other agencies not included in CPCA membership.
**Registration Fee is NOT POST reimbursible
Cancellations must be in writing and emailed to Shannon Mahoney:firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellations received 10 days prior to the beginning of the course date will receive a full refund. Cancellations received after this period will be subject to a $50 administrative fee. Registrations are transferable, all changes must be made 10 days prior to the start of the course. NO SHOWS forfeit full registration fee. Course fees are NOT transferable after the last course date.
350 Calle Principal
Monterey, CA 93940
February 27, 2017
Please call (800) 228-9290
Please mention CA Police Chiefs Association when you are making your reservation.
Click here to book online
Contact: Shannon Mahoney