Course detail: RBBPONLN - Racial and Other Biased-Based Policing
Racial and Other Biased-Based Policing being offered that will address racial or other biased-based policing in the state of Kansas. The overall goal for this course is to encourage bias-free policing as law enforcement officers encounter a diverse population on a daily basis. This training is not designed to determine whether racial or other biased-based policing is occurring. Instead, it focuses on how to increase your professional skills so that biases do not have a negative impact on the decisions you make.
Participants will define important terms related to "racial or other biased-based policing", select proper procedures to establish legitimacy of police/public interactions, and identify law enforcement responsibilities to reduce racism and/or bias.
Who Should Attend
Law Enforcement Officers
Self-paced online reading
Complete a multiple choice exam with a score of 70% or better
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