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At the June meeting, the MPTC Committee voted to establish the following mandatory in-service training standards for chiefs of police for Training Year 2016 (July 2015 – June 2016).  These standards are in addition to the previously-approved veteran officer in-service training standards listed below.

  • Fair and impartial policing (half day)
  • Community engagement (two hours)
  • Developing legitimacy and procedural justice (half day)
  • Creating community collaborations for dealing with persons with mental illness (2 hours)

The Mass Chiefs of Police Association plans to include these topics in a conference slated to be held in late fall.  Notice of the dates and venues will be sent via the MCOPA and the MPTC once confirmed.

The content of this blog was written by Executive Director Dan Zivkovich.

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