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First Line Supervisors Training

FEBRUARY 22-24, 2017

This is a three-day training program that has been designed for those newly appointed (or soon to be promoted) as supervisors and is most applicable to individuals who have had little or no prior supervisory training. This program is designed to assist officers in their transition to their new role as supervisor.

The curriculum is focused on basic supervisory concepts that serve as a foundation to enable each supervisor to identify some of the most critical components of supervision.  Classes may include: Role & Responsibility, Legal Responsibilities for Supervisors, Supervisory Ethics, Effective Communications, Disciplinary Process/Internal Affairs, Mentoring the New or Underachieving Police Officer, Transitioning from Friend to Supervisor, Identifying & Getting Help for Employees with Post Traumatic Stress Injury, Introduction to Fair and Impartial Policing, and Employee Recognition.   Classes offered change from time to time to ensure that topics covered are recent and relevant.

In addition to classroom discussions, this program provides participants with the opportunity to network with supervisors from other law enforcement agencies. The program is open to applicants from law enforcement agencies, both in-state and out-of-state.


Registration Deadline is January 30, 2017.


Program Information
This program is a three-day school and classes begin promptly at 9:30 am on Wednesday and conclude at 1:00 pm on Friday. All classes will be held at the Comfort Suites hotel in Glen Allen, VA. A detailed program agenda will be emailed to all registrants prior to the training. Please refer to the Program Guidelines for detailed program information and answers to FAQ's.

Registration deadline is January 30, 2017. Because the class size is limited, applications are accepted on a first come, first served basis. Early registration is encouraged!


Who Should Attend
This program is designed for individuals newly appointed or soon to be promoted to supervisory positions, and is most applicable to those who have had little or no prior supervisory training. While policies relate to Virginia's laws and codes, out-of-state applicants are welcome to register for this course.


Certification
This training will be pre-approved by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS) for Partial In-service Credit. DCJS Partial In-service Credit (PIC) forms and certificates of completion will be distributed at the close of the training. Participants must attend a minimum of 4 hours to be eligible to receive credit. In-service credit awarded includes legal and career development/elective.


Program Fee
The program fee is $450 and includes tuition, course materials, break services, and hospitality.  The program fee with 2 nights of lodging is $625.  All lodging is single occupancy. Additional nights of lodging are available for $91 per night (plus tax).


Lodging
The program fee with lodging is $625 and includes lodging for Wednesday and Thursday nights at the Comfort Suites Hotel in Glen Allen, Virginia.  A full buffet breakfast is included with the cost of lodging.  Additional nights of lodging are available for $91 per night plus tax ($100.84 including tax).  Lodging is single occupancy and arrangements are made by the VACP.  If special accommodations are needed, please send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).  For hotel information and directions, please click here.


Cancellation Policy
If cancellation is received before January 30, you will be eligible for a partial refund, but will be assessed an $125 scheduling fee. No refund will be granted for any withdrawal notice received on or after January 30. No-shows are not eligible for refunds. Qualified substitutions are gladly accepted with prior approval.


Program Guidelines
Program participants should download and read the Program Guidelines which have been developed to assist with the orderly operation of the program and address frequently asked questions.

Program Guidelines


Questions?
For more information or any questions concerning this program, please contact our Programs Manager, Stephanie Diaz, at (804) 709-1094 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


The Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or age in its programs or activities, including education policies, admissions policies, scholarships, and other programs.  The following position has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the VACP's non-discrimination policies:

Executive Director
Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police
880 Technology Park Drive, Ste. 100
Glen Allen, VA 23059
(804) 285-8227

For further information on federal non-discrimination regulations, contact the Office for Civil Rights at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call (800) 421-3481.