Course detail: FIP - Fair and Impartial Policing
The course is based on the science of human bias, which suggests that biased policing is not, as some contend, due to widespread racism (and other prejudices) in policing. In fact, the science suggests that even well-intentioned humans manifest biases that can impact on their perceptions and behavior. This training presents what is known about human biases and provides guidance for promoting fair and impartial policing. This course will also identify important information about racial or other biased-based policing by exploring the new statutes and how the changes will impact law enforcement in Kansas.

 Session Detail:  LE19232F
Schedule: Every day, starting on 09/12/18 and ending on 09/12/18
Times: 09:00am - 12:00pm
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Price: No Registration Fee : $0.00
Please dress in layers as the temperature in the room may be difficult to adjust. Participants are responsible for their travel, meals and lodging.

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Scot Brownrigg
Scot Brownrigg
Instructor of Police
Biography: Scot joined the KLETC instructional staff in July 2011 after serving over six years as the Anderson County Sheriff. He began his law enforcement career in 1995 as an Anderson County KS deputy sheriff. Following his employment with Anderson County, Scot worked for the Louisburg KS police department from 1997 - 1999 serving as a patrol officer, school resource officer and D.A.R.E. officer. In a brief absence from law enforcement, Scot entered the classroom as a high school teacher in USD 365, Garnett KS until his election in 2005 as the Anderson County Sheriff. Scot is a graduate of Emporia State University where he earned a BS degree in Education. Scot Brownrigg

Facility Detail
Sterling College - Cooper Hall Heritage Room
125 W Cooper
Sterling, KS 67579