Cordico CEO Presenting at Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference Virtual Event
Cordico CEO, Dr. David Black, is presenting at the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference Virtual Event. Here’s more information about the event:
Presentation Title: Officer Safety, Wellness, and Leadership Development in the 21st Century.
Description: Law enforcement personnel nationwide experience heightened rates of alcohol abuse, depression, trauma, suicidal thoughts, and suicide. This dynamic presentation is focused on helping law enforcement leaders understand some life-saving tools, strategies, and practical solutions available to help successfully manage the mental and physical consequences of their careers. Attendees will benefit from learning how to strengthen resilience and equip law enforcement staff with proactive and practical wellness solutions The workshop will also cover vetting therapists for law enforcement; new research and innovative technologies; strategies for improving recruitment, retention, and community relations; and treating trauma while reducing officer suicide risk. Officer safety/wellness, leadership challenges, and actionable strategies for the 21st century will be highlighted throughout this passionate, engaging, and informative session.
Date: September 21, 2020
More Info: https://oacp.org/chiefs-in-service-annual-conference/
About David Black
Dr. David Black is the Founder and CEO of Cordico, serving hundreds of public safety agencies nationally. He is a Board Member of the National Sheriffs’ Association Psychological Services Group, serves as the Chair of Technology and Social Media, is an Advisory Board Member for the National Police Foundation’s Center for Mass Violence Response Studies, serves on the IACP Police Psychological Services Ethics Committee, serves on the National Fraternal Order of Police Officer Wellness Committee, serves as the Chief Psychologist of the California Police Chiefs’ Association Officer Wellness Committee, and is an Officer Wellness subject matter expert for the California Commission on POST. Dr. Black has been serving law enforcement since 2002.