Jan Mirikitani has been an instructor for nearly forty years. She has taught instructor development for 20+ years. Jan also teaches leadership principles for organizational communication competencies with realistic applications from Stephen Covey, John C. Maxwell, and Price Pritchett. She has trained for numerous federal agencies, county and municipal governments, corporations, small businesses, and civic groups. Jan has been a contractor trainer and consultant for the Justice Department since 2000.
Jan began training law enforcement programs in 1989, and has trained command staff, supervisors, field trainers, line officers, recruits, and telecommunicators. She has been training at the St. Louis County & Municipal Police Academy for eighteen years, at the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department for 7 years, and for the Southwestern Illinois Law Enforcement Commission since 2000. Jan wrote and teaches four trainer-the-trainer schools. She has been a conference speaker for U.S. Probation, U.S. Bankruptcy Court, the Department of the Interior, the American Society of Industrial Security, IL Sheriffs Conference, D.A.R.E. America, LETSAC, MO Juvenile Case Workers, Division of Family Services, the University of MO and University of Wisconsin Extension Centers, to name a few.
September 28, 2020 - September 30, 2020:
0800 - 1630
Participants will discuss classroom-teaching methods for law enforcement personnel. They will: develop a source documents, write achievable learning objectives, develop a lesson plan, develop test questions measuring learning objectives, learn…
Mandates: Cultural Competency, Human Rights, Procedural Justice