EAST CENTRAL ILLINOIS MOBILE LAW ENFORCEMENT

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EAST CENTRAL ILLINOIS MOBILE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING TEAM
COURSE ANNOUNCEMENT
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PO Box 302
652 Jackson Avenue, Room 327
Charleston, IL 61920
Telephone: 217/345-3344
Fax: 217/348-7355
e-mail: [email protected]
GROWING COURAGETM: LEADERSHIP FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
East Central Illinois Training Center
3121 DeWitt Avenue
Mattoon, Illinois
May 29, 2015
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
This engaging leadership course is designed to equip supervisors, managers, and executives in navigating
the many challenges found in today’s law enforcement workforce. Using an interactive and experiential
based framework, attendees of Growing Courage™ will be equipped to capitalize on opportunities for
growth in their organizations and build stronger teams to meet those challenges.
This course will explore the necessary attitudes of successful leaders as well as develop the skill
competencies to translate those leadership values into everyday action. Growing Courage™ will help you
think differently about leadership while giving you practical tools to act differently as a leader. Through
the use of real world case studies, Growing Courage™ will create a developmental framework and tools
for mentoring future leaders within your organization.
This innovative and engaging course uses a variety of learning activities to challenge and energize your
leadership team to create a legacy of leadership in your organization.
TRAINING ELEMENTS INCLUDE:
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Leadership Competencies
Key Leadership Traits
The Role of Courage in Leadership
Why Courage Matters
The Role of Mentoring in Leadership
Focusing on Legacy—Professional and Personal
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS:
Roy Bethge is veteran police leader with more than 26 years of experience. He currently serves as
Deputy Chief of Operations for a Police Department in Northern Illinois. His responsibilities include
leadership of the Patrol and Investigations Division. He holds a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from
Columbia College and has an extensive background as a trainer in the subject areas of leadership
development, use of force, and adult learning. He is a subject matter expert for Louisiana State
University’s National Center for Biomedical Research and Training, a course development consultant for
Northwestern University’s Center for Public Safety and private consultant. Mr. Bethge presents
nationally on the topics of Leadership, Instructor Development and Organizational Change. He is a
sought after speaker having presented before the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP),
Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police, Michigan State Police Leadership Forum, Empire State Traffic
Conference and many more.
John Bennett is a 25-year veteran police officer and a patrol lieutenant from Charleston, IL. John’s
career, by choice, has been spent at the patrol level and includes an eight-year stint as the department’s
first canine handler; during which time he handled a dual-trained Malinois, Rex.
John is a black-belt martial artist and in addition to his patrol and supervisory duties at the police
department is the coordinator for his agency’s officer safety program. An instructor himself, John holds
a variety of instructor and instructor-trainer certifications and specializes in use of force, control tactics
and tactical firearms instruction; with a particular emphasis on the impact of survival stress on human
performance and active-shooter readiness and response. John is a certified instructor with the IL Law
Enforcement Training and Standards Board and is the coordinator for the MTU 13 Basic Law
Enforcement Academy program for certifying part-time police officers in IL.
A member of the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association, John has trained
officers both in and outside his agency for more than 20 years; both nationally and abroad. He continues
to teach and learn at the street-patrol level with the primary emphasis on officer safety tactics, risk
management, leadership and a philosophy of proactive police service, individual readiness and
professionalism. He has dedicated himself to awareness, education, research, training and motivation
specifically tailored at saving officers lives, families and careers. John continues his mission after his tour
via his work as a trainer, consultant, subject-matter expert, author and core instructor for the nationally
recognized Below 100 officer-safety initiative.
GROWING COURAGETM: LEADERSHIP FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT
REMIT TO:
ECIMLETT
PO Box 302
Charleston, IL 61920
OR CALL: 217/345-3344
E-mail: [email protected]
Deadline: May 27, 2015
Register on-line: mtu13.com
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