First-Line Supervisor Institute
Mark your Calendar for FLSI 2022!
March 22-25, 2022, in Reno, Nevada
IACLEA is excited to offer the First-Line Supervisor Institute (FLSI) 2022, part of IACLEA’s Leadership Series, in-person once again! The Institute was modeled on IACLEA’s well-regarded Executive Development Institute (EDI) and is prepared for current and aspiring first-line supervisors. IACLEA offers the only Institute for first-line public safety and law enforcement supervisors working on college and university campuses.
FLSI begins on March 22nd and the course will run eight hours for the first three days, concluding with a five-hour session on Friday. A team of experts has developed the curriculum, which will be organized around three overarching concepts: know yourself, know your staff, and know your assignment. View the agenda.
Registration for 2022 is open and early-bird pricing is available until February 15, 2022. Click here for additional registration information. Information regarding the Silver Legacy Hotel can be found here.
The Institute is developed for senior officers, mid-level supervisors, corporals, and sergeants. It is a useful course for individuals recently promoted to those positions and a valuable preparatory course for those seeking to advance to supervisory roles.
First-line supervisors are the backbone of every agency and critical players in achieving the agency’s mission. Boosting the leadership confidence and capability of first-line supervisors will bolster the entire department.
“The campus law enforcement/public safety community continues to professionalize itself with this targeted, specific training aimed at one of the most critical positions within an organization: the front-line supervisor,” said Chapman University Chief of Public Safety Randy Burba, an IACLEA past president. “This course fills a much-needed gap by providing material specific to campus environments that will strongly enhance any training received from or required by your state or local commission for law enforcement supervisor training. IACLEA has, once again, identified both an opportunity and a gap—and filled it.”
Contact IACLEA Director of Education & Leadership Development Josh Bronson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions. We look forward to seeing you there!
We thank Allied Universal for their generous support the IACLEA Leadership Institutes!