1-on-1 Virtual Police Recruiter Officer Training
1-on-1 Virtual Police Recruiting Officer Training & Coaching.
Police Recruiter Officer Training is a high priority but staffing, travel & location
has made in-person training complicated
3 ways we bring training to you
Host training at your department
Hosting our Police Recruiter Boot Camp is a unique way for an agency to bring high caliber training to your area. It also provides an opportunity to network with officers and civilians from other …
Custom training for your Recruiting Team
We bring Police Recruiter Boot Camp to you and train your recruiting team. This custom Police Recruiter Training & Consulting opportunity takes your recruitment program to the next level in 2022! Your recruiting team will get custom training based on your recruitment program, challenges, brand, marketing, videos, etc. Limited to first 5 agencies.
Other Law Enforcement Training
Unconventional – Candid – Progressive Instruction
Instructor CHRIS RYAN
A well-rounded and diverse background in international
business, law enforcement, municipal courts, radio and
television, give Mr. Ryan tremendous insight into his
work and communications with clients and the news
media. He speaks 3 languages and brings a wealth
of knowledge, street smarts and instincts to each
project that he undertakes.
Police Officer Recruiting Challenges, Ideas & Innovations
The most respected and admired law enforcement agencies know that finding the right people to lead and work at the agency is the most important key to their success. The position of professional police officer has never been as crucial as it is now. Not only does a police officer need to have a high number of important traits and qualities, but their ideals and vision should mirror that of the organization which they work for.
In the past, police recruitment was straight forward. But the multifaceted problems and challenges today’s police officers will face comes down to smart recruiting efforts from the very start. One of the main difficulties in finding the right people for law enforcement officer positions is that the high-caliber candidates who have been successfully recruited in the past are often found working in other industries. Because of this, there are fewer qualified candidates left for police and law enforcement agencies to recruit. Another challenge in police officer recruiting is the presence of large law enforcement and commercial recruitment agencies. The smaller agencies are not able to compete with them. The effect is fewer chances and opportunities are given to those from the underrepresented populations. Because of that, there is less equality in the opportunities being presented to the citizens.