Protecting the Dignity of the Corrections Officer

This training provides a new perspective when dealing with diversity and tolerance. It provides a basic foundation for a dynamic approach to the obstacles correction officers are confronted with on a daily basis." - TFT Participant

This innovative program focuses on the role that dignity plays in redefining the environment that corrections officers work in. There is a high degree of physical danger in the corrections field and it is important to minimize those dangers. However, there is also a danger that the corrections environment poses to the officer's human dignity and soul. Protecting the Dignity of the Corrections Officer is a day-long program that explores the nature of these non-physical dangers. The program introduces models such as the "Values-Ethic Gap", the "Spectrum of Tolerance", a new "Definition of Dignity", and other innovative tools that will help participants protect their soul, humanity, and dignity within this challenging 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 or by e-mail 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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