Agenda

November 12, 2020

11:00AM-11:10AM EDT

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Chairperson to be announced

11:10AM – 11:55AM EDT

Capture Attention Through Positive Strategic Social Media Campaigns

  • Enhance your organization image on social media with positive posts expressing collaboration, leadership, and success
  • Maximize your reach through analyzing data to identify which platforms offer the best success rates for targeted age groups
  • Create a strategic plan of action for posts on all outlets to boost exposure and entice interest from new potential recruits within your community
  • Analyze your website to confirm ease of use, positive messaging, and updated content to ensure a user-friendly experience 

Melanie A. Talia, J.D., President & CEO

New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation

11:55AM-12:05PM EDT
Break

12:05PM – 12:50PM EDT

Enhance Community Exposure to Reduce Tension and Improve Positive Relationships

  • Examine the best way to reach your community members during times of crisis and unrest to improve relationships and ease tension
  • Capitalize on virtual platforms by offering webinars to increase visibility and offer support to leaders within your community
  • Collaborate with local organizations such as churches and community centers to incorporate your message within their outreach to expand your reach 

Sergeant Charmin Leon, M.P.A. - Officer in Charge, Public Safety Recruitment Team

Cleveland Division of Police

NOBLE Member/Training and Education

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12:50PM-1:00PM
Break

2:00PM – 2.50PM EDT

Reduce Barriers in Recruiting Process Preventing Candidates Reaching Their Goal

  • Dissect your current process to identify artificial barriers for each stage of the hiring and training process that prevent candidates from success.
  • Eliminate artificial barriers and design a new process that increase success
  • Revisit previously unsuccessful candidates to encourage them to reapply and guide them through the process with support and motivation through mentorship
  • Examine the internal timeline for onboarding and evaluate where steps of the process can be done simultaneously to shorten the process and increase success

John Mbakulo, Staff Sergeant- Recruiting Division

Ottawa Police Department

Cathy Sanz, President,

Women in Federal Law Enforcement

If you’re interested in speaking, please contact Tim Hart at thart@fraconferences.com

2:50PM – 3:00PM EDT

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

 Chairperson to be announced

November 13, 2020

11:00AM-11:10AM EDT

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Chairperson to be announced

11:10AM – 11:55AM EDT

Adapt your Recruiting Process to Remain Successful During Uncertainty

  • Calculate new approaches to reach your target audience virtually, to remain competitive in unusual circumstances by capitalizing on technology platforms
  • Analyze approaches by other departments and organizations to borrow proven techniques to innovate your approach to recruiting
  • Brainstorm with your current organization on new tactics that can help your organization stand out from the crowd and attract the best candidates

Marvin “Ben” Haiman, Executive Director, Professional Development Bureau

Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department

Mike Boward, Sergeant, Patrol Division

Fort Collins Police Services

Naimah Saadiq, Police Personnel Recruiter 

Arizona State University Police Department

11:55AM-12:05PM EDT
Break

12:05PM-12:50PM EDT

Examine and Improve Internal Culture to Advance Career Satisfaction

  • Identify gaps and inefficiencies in your culture that need to be addressed to develop a feeling of belonging to a successful organization
  • Increase team bonding exercises to promote collaboration and teamwork
  • Nurture future leaders within your organization and encourage them to drive positivity throughout the team

Robert Bailey, Lieutenant

Pennsylvania State Police

Sabrina Richardson B.S., Captain

New Orleans Police Department

If you’re interested in speaking, please contact Tim Hart at thart@fraconferences.com

12:50PM – 1:00PM EDT
Break

1:00PM – 1:50PM EDT

Identify Achievable Incentive Offerings to Increase Retention of Valuable Officers

  • Distinguish which incentives are most valued by your officers that will help increase productivity and retention
  • Recognize warning signs of dissatisfaction within your personnel and act quickly to reduce the possibility of losing experience and talent by offering support and incentives
  • Examine incentive programs of other departments with similar attributes to your own, and reshape your current program to become more attractive to your work force 

Carrie McNally, Detective, Recruiting Unit

Seattle Police Department

If you’re interested in speaking, please contact Tim Hart at thart@fraconferences.com

1:50PM-2:00PM EDT
Break

2:00PM-2:50PM EDT

Incorporate a Peer-To-Peer Mentorship Program to Increase Connection with the Department

  • Capitalize on the wealth of knowledge and experience of seasoned officers through mentorship of inexperienced professionals
  • Increase sense of belonging and importance of experienced officers by tasking them with the guidance of the future officers of the department
  • Reward the mentors with incentives for milestones achieved and overall success of the department

Rhonda Glover, Retired, Program Manager, Unit Chief, CEO

Federal Bureau of Investigation

The Rhonda M. Glover Group LLC

Sabrina Richardson B.S., Captain,

New Orleans Police Department

If you’re interested in speaking, please contact Tim Hart at thart@fraconferences.com

2:50PM – 3:00PM EDT

Chairperson’s Closing Remarks

Chairperson to be announced