Thursday, December 05, 2019
0800 - 1700
Location: S.O.G. Training Center, Suite K
Directions: 15820 Whittier Blvd., Whittier, CA 90603

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Prerequisite: Students must be full-time, commissioned peace officers, reserve officers, or civilians acting under the umbrella of a law enforcement agency.

Course Description:
This course is tailor-made for personnel with communication responsibilities 
 to specifically designed for Corrections, Police and Arson Investigators who perform short, concise, interviews. Whether you are working to find criminal activity in a white collar investigation or looking for truthfulness during a non-accusatory interview, this course has what you need. Through scenario-based training and student-led exercises, students hone their skills during hands-on sessions. Modules include; Nick's 4-Minute Interview©, Consensual Encounters, Verbal Communication, Non-Verbal Cues and Indicators, and much more. Don't miss your opportunity!
Who Should Attend: Supervisors at all levels, PIO's, First-Line Supervisors and acting supervisors
Instructors: Your instructor, Steve Gregory, is California’s first working journalist to become a POST-certified instructor. He teaches media relations and crisis communications. Since 1993, Steve has been with iHeartMEDIA (formerly Clear Channel Radio), the world’s largest radio/digital audio company. For more than 14 years he’s been a national investigative correspondent based at KFI-AM in Los Angeles. In 2018, Steve became the first working journalist ever to receive National Instructor Certification from IADLEST (International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training) and in 2019, Steve became a member of ILEETA (International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association). These organizations recognize the value of an experienced field/investigative correspondent in teaching media relations and crisis communications from a reporter’s POV.Steve is an adjunct instructor with the Los Angeles Police Academy and the University of Southern California’s Safe Communities Institute. He co-developed a media relations model for the LAPD and a conflict resolution protocol in use between the LA Press Corps and law enforcement. Steve is also a board member of the Radio & Television News Association of Southern California where he chairs the media access committee.
Dress Code: Comfortable clothing and closed toed shoes are recommended to allow for participation in many physical training exercises.
Lodging and Meals: Students are responsible for their own hotel and meals.
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