Live Interactive Webinars

Randy Means & Associates provide world-class live interactive webinar training that replicates our live, in-person classroom training. Explore our live interactive webinar options below. 

For more information about the live interactive webinars, please contact us at info@randymeans.com or 703.944.5681 

Managing Police Discipline (MPD)

Category: Live Interactive Webinar (2 1/2 DAYS)

Randy Means

Speaker

Dean Goodwin

Speaker

 

Greg Seidel

Speaker

 

Next Level Leadership Series First-Line Leadership

Category: Live Interactive Webinar (1-3 DAYS)
(A Leadership Video Series is Also Available but it NOT a replication of live training or live webinars)

Dean Goodwin

Speaker

Next Level Leadership Series-Advanced Command Staff Training for Policy-Makers

Category: Live Training (1-3 DAYS)

Randy Means

Speaker

Advanced Internal Affairs (AIA)

Category: Live Training (1-3 DAYS)

Greg Seidel

Speaker

Constitutional Policing

Category: Live Training (1-3 DAYS)

Randy Means

Speaker

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Managing Police Discipline (MPD)

Category: Live Interactive Webinar ( 2 1/2 DAYS)

This two-and-a-half-day seminar is packed with how to manage discipline in a way that creates a well-disciplined agency-not a well punished agency. The following are topics you can expect to discuss with law enforcement experts from Randy Means & Associates. Randy Means, JD and his team will be covering the nuts and bolts of conducting an IA investigation.  The importance of due process in all internal investigations to include the application of Garrity. Brady and Giglio considerations will be discussed as well as how agency leadership should be seeking such a determination.  Investigations on use of forces, early warning systems that work and are aren’t driven by raw data without contextualization, and records retention and disclosure. The final piece of this dynamic and rich seminar is updates on current litigation and its application to your agency.  We look forward to spending 2 ½ days with you to discuss these remarkably important law enforcement issues.

If you would like more information, please download the program flyer:

 

 

Next Level Leadership Series- First Line Supervisors and Mid-Managers

Category: Live Interactive Webinar (1-3 DAYS)

(A Leadership Video Series is Also Available but it NOT a replication of live training programs)

First level leadership is the most difficult transition in law enforcement. With proper training and support a new leader is far more likely to integrate effective leadership principles and behaviors into their personal leadership model. Beginning a path that will determine their personal satisfaction, effectiveness, loyalty and organizational worth.

These first steps set their course and this workshop helps first-line supervisors and mid-managers acquire skills needed to maintain a mission-driven culture of accountability, high morale and proper performance. Negative culture and sometimes less-than-stellar organizational leadership is often responsible for professional slippage. Without clear guidance many first and second-line supervisors failed to meet leadership standards, assure proper accountability, properly protect their organization … do their jobs. Why? One cannot hit a behavioral target when one cannot see the target.

Strengthened policy plus committed leadership can reverse all that by needed course corrections. We expect first and second-line supervisors and mid-managers to play team-ball with their organizations. Individual compasses must be aligned with organizational leadership requirements. Good leaders must also be good followers. The path forward as a leader is true north. This workshop illuminates that path.

If you would like more information, please download the program flyer:

 

 

 

Next Level Leadership Series-Advanced Command Staff Training for Policy-Makers 

Category: Live Interactive Webinar (1-3 DAYS)

(A Leadership Video Series is Also Available but it NOT a replication of live training programs)

 

Leadership styles can and will vary from leader to leader but adherence to certain key principles cannot. Leaders must put employees on clear notice of organizational standards. Those standards must then be consistently enforced. Disciplinary sanctions must be consistent and proportionate.  In certain key respects, supervision cannot vary from supervisor to supervisor; overarching consistency must be maintained from work group to work group. This requires a systemic approach to what historically was left to individual supervisory and managerial discretion. The program shows the need for organizational solutions to organizational problems. It reminds senior leadership – the “big picture” people – of the vital need still to mind the store and keep close watch on the “little” things.  If you take care of problems while they’re small, you don’t get a lot of big problems. Program theme: Finding True North.

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Advanced Internal Affairs

(Including Officer-Involved Shootings and Other Critical Incident Management)

Category: Live Interactive Webinar (2-DAYS)

This unique program will provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct, supervise and manage internal affairs work in a manner that reflects organizational core values and creates high levels of public and officer trust in its fairness and legitimacy.

It covers both ordinary administrative matters and extraordinary matters like use of force and critical incident investigation, including investigation of officer-involved shootings. Focus is on thorough and highly competent complaint handling and internal investigation. There is also discussion of the role of regular supervisors in the internal affairs and discipline as well as the proper structure of disciplinary systems. This seminar explains a variety of enhanced leadership initiatives, including focused policy and strengthened systems, to achieve both proactive and reactive “disciplinary” goals.

If you would like more information, please download the program flyer:

 

 

 

Constitutional Policing

Category: Live Interactive Webinar (2-Days)

(A Constitutional Policing Video Series is Also Available but it is NOT a replication of live training programs or e-learning. Rather, it spotlights and offers needed information on some of the most common problem areas.)

Randy Means, JD is a constitutional policing expert and the author of this training. In this live training, Randy shares his expert analysis of constitutional law and how it applies to law enforcement activity. He covers the federal constitutional principles – arrest and detention, search and seizure, interview and interrogation – that govern day to day law enforcement work and that can, and do, cause criminal cases and civil lawsuits to be won and lost. This training is interactive and designed and delivers straight talk about a complex area of law. The also available e-Learning replicates the content of the live training and includes testing.

If you would like more information, please download the program flyer: