Building Community Trust in a Diverse Post-9/11 Environment

Building Community Trust

"It reminds Law Enforcement that there are many dimensions to policing and helps to empower Law Enforcement to police in a diverse society." - TFT Participant

Building Community Trust in a Diverse Post-9/11 Environment is an innovative, day-long program that examines the process of trust-building given the new complexities facing the criminal justice system.  In a post 9/11 environment, the reality of terrorism has created an imperative for all parts of the system to actively engage in prevention.  Prevention requires the vigilance and cooperation of communities.  Never before has trust between the community and the criminal justice system been so necessary.  By introducing models such as “Dimensions of Trust” and “Spectrum of Tolerance,” among others, we look at the nature of trust and how to increase it in a diverse environment.

Training Coordinators: To register your participants please click on the Register Online link below.  You may also contact the MOTNY by telephone at (212) 697-1180 with your agency's name, the number of participants, and the dates that you would like to request. It is highly recommended that you register at least two to three weeks in advance for any program date.

Travel Reimbursement Policy: Please note that we can no longer provide travel reimbursement for any participants registering for programs.

Length of Training: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Maximum Seating: 35 per session

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