April 10-11, 2019
Hyatt Place/National Mall
Washington, D.C. 20024
The two day training will cost $375.
There is a 10% discount for Agencies and Departments that send three (3) or more attendees. Special agency and department pricing is available upon request.
**Invoicing is available for Departments desiring to pay by check. Please contact Col Boggs directly at: John@FortitudeConsult.com or call at 571-215-9644.
Please click HERE to register.
The Hyatt Place/National Mall
400 E Street SW Washington, D.C. 20024
Located in the heart of the Nation’s Capital
The cut-off is April 4, 2019 for lodging at the Hyatt.
Duty uniform or civilian casual.
On your own
COL. Byron Freeman, U.S. Army, MP Crops, (Ret.) at (703) 400-7207 or Col. John Boggs, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.) at (571) 215-9644.
Come join us for a unique seminar on 21st Century Community Policing and Cultural competency in the heart of the Nation’s Capital.
Good course to help open officers thinking with changes in communities. Some police mindsets need to change but so do community members or else we will continue to not have harmony amongst us.
Sergeant Tara M.
About the Instructors:
Colonel Byron Freeman, a retired Army Military Police Officer, has over 34 years of Law Enforcement experience, both in uniform and as a Security Expert. He has provided support to the City of Norfolk Virginia Sheriff’s Office and The Coach Diversity Institute of Haymarket Virginia. He was instrumental in establishing and maintaining a capable Iraqi Police Force during operations in Iraq, a Police Force faced with cultural and religious nuances requiring similar if not greater cultural sensitivities facing Law Enforcement Professionals. Colonel Freeman brings his extensive experience as a Provost Marshal (Police Chief) and Military Police Brigade Commander under combat conditions.
Colonel John Boggs’ leadership development experience is second to none. His areas of expertise include leadership, national security strategy, strategy development, operational planning, training and education. He has held a long and impressive list of prominent executive, senior staff, and academic positions. As a Marine Infantry Officer, he is one of the rare few that have commanded at every level of his Marine Corps career. He has served in advisory positions on high-level national government staffs, to include the Office of the Secretary of Defense—Personnel and Readiness. He has advised General Officers and Political Appointees. Salient to this effort is Colonel Boggs’ experience with the New York City Police Department (NYPD). He supported the NYPD by providing a thorough review of existing leadership education, made recommendations for strengthening their Police Leadership Program of Instruction, and advised on the NYPD 20/20 effort.