Register for the 8th Annual Institute for Excellence in Criminal Justice
April 23, 2008
Court Security and Threat
June 2-6, 2008
Survey of Forensics
June 9-13, 2008
Phase I & II Hostage Negotiations
June 16-20, 2008
Maritime and Waterway Security
June 23-27, 2008
Leadership and Performance Management
July 14-18, 2008
Saint Leo University’s Institute for Excellence in Criminal Justice will present its 8th Annual Summer Symposium. The symposium will cover five vital topics in the area of Criminal Justice. Experts will provide invaluable information in their respective fields that every practitioner should know. The classes are designed to enhance the administrative and operational knowledge and skills of all in attendance. Participants will be able to define the differences between management and leadership, based upon recent studies, literature, and the current practices of successful organizations. The primary role of the supervisor, manager, and leader will be presented in detail. The strongly interdependent relationship between quality supervision and liability management will be established. The importance of training, policy, and procedures in relationship to employee performance and evaluations will be identified. Participants will become well versed on the topics of: Hostage Negotiations, Maritime and Port Security, Forensics, Court Security and Threat Assessment, and Leadership and Management.
Upon successfully completing this course, participants will have obtained a clear understanding of the challenges and solutions for several important issues in the field of Criminal Justice.
Click here to read the detailed course descriptions and registration information. (PDF Document)
Classes will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays in Selby Auditorium at Saint Leo University’s main campus, approximately 30 minutes north of Tampa, four east miles of I-75 (Exit 285) on State Road 52.
For more information, or to register by phone, call Ashlee Castle at (352) 467-0160 or fax your registration to Yvonne Miller at (352) 588-8289.
The 8th Annual Summer Symposium is presented in association with the Public Agency Training Council.