Hi All, There is a gap in most (yes, most) law enforcement, public safety, police, and security training programs. If your agency or organization is not suffering from this gap, then perhaps this article is not for you. I caution you, however, to not allow ego to so quickly pull you away. Ego blinds and is ever-present in protection circles. Please see this great … Continue reading Training the Ethical Protector
Hi All! Here continues the Rollcall Wisdom featuring Chief Harry Dolan. Please see this video below wherein Chief Harry Dolan, former Raleigh, NC Police Chief, speaks about the essential definition of a Law Enforcement Officer. It is his opinion of this definition, and it is one with which I wholeheartedly agree. There is still an ongoing debate where Law Enforcement Officers make arguments … Continue reading Rollcall Wisdom – Guardians of the Peace
“What good are any of our relative values if they are twisted to violate the existence and dignity of even one human being?” The above quote is by James V. Morganelli, in the Forward of Jack Hoban’s fine book, The Ethical Protector: Essays on Police Ethics, Tactics and Techniques. If you haven’t already read this book, we highly recommend it. We particularly like this quote … Continue reading Dignity of All
Hi Everyone, Please see this article (link is also below) over at the high-quality Vistelar blog. It’s about a very good article over at PoliceOne.com about LAPD’s efforts to help change their policing culture from that of being Warriors to, instead, being Guardians of their communities. Please let us know what you think. http://www.policeone.com/community-policing/articles/8717764-lapd-urges-officers-to-be-community-guardians-not-warriors-on-crime/ Continue reading Community Guardians, Not Warriors
Hi Everyone, Thanks to Gary Klugiewicz, I saw this article (link also below) on Facebook. It’s a great story of the Camden County, NJ Police Department and their crew going through a program with none other than Jack Hoban from Resolution Group International. Jack is training the Camden County LE team to be Ethical Protectors. Part of that program is learning how to effectively communicate … Continue reading Camden Cops Making Transition to Ethical Protectors
Hi Everyone, Please go to the high-quality Vistelar blog to read this recent post (link is also below) about the exemplary service ethos, in action, by Trooper Eric Devers of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. As I mentioned in that post, the whole event brings to mind the outstanding contributions of Jack Hoban and Resolution Group International (RGI) in reference to the Ethical Protector mindset … Continue reading Don’t Die on Me!
Everyone please check out this great post (link also listed below) by Gary Klugiewicz, from the VDI blog, about a Resolution Group International (RGI) Conflict Resolution Mentoring Training Course. Jack Hoban’s work is invaluable for anyone wishing to reach the highest levels of ethical protection. Visit the RGI website for more information about Jack’s work. RGI Mentoring Training: A Life Changing Experience. Continue reading RGI Mentoring Training: A Life Changing Experience
Please see the video below wherein Jack Hoban tells “The Hunting Story.” It’s powerful, and conveys lessons about how central dignity and respect are to all human beings. He speaks here to the Life Value. What do you get from this powerful story, and how can it be applied in your life and work? Continue reading The Hunting Story – The Meaning of Human Equality
Please see the photo of the week over at PoliceOne.com It shows Larry Gordon of the Dallas Police Department’s SWAT team talking down a suicidal female. Click above, or here at this link, to go to the Police One photo of the week. Many thanks to all the Ethical Protectors, in all professions! Continue reading P1 Photo of the Week: Protect life
Greetings Everyone! This is the very first post on this new blog. I created this blog to address the conspicuous absence of many blogs on the web (a very high quality one is mentioned below) that address conflict management from the perspective of Contact Professionals (including, but not limited to law enforcement, corrections, security, healthcare, public transit, academia, athletics/sports officiating, family/parenting, etc.). I also … Continue reading Greetings & Welcome!!!