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      Fair & Impartial Policing (FIP) Community Training Session in Indianapolis


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      August 8, 2019

      Thursday   5:30 PM

      924 Shelby Street
      Indianapolis, Indiana

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      Fair & Impartial Policing (FIP) Community Training Session

      As one part of its efforts to promote impartial policing, the Indianapolis Metropolitan P.D. provides its personnel with Fair and Impartial Policing (FIP) training.  This state-of-the-art training is based on the modern science of bias, recognizing that even well-intentioned individuals have implicit biases that can impact on perceptions and behavior.  The FIP Community Training Session brings together community members to (a) learn about the science of implicit bias and the training that the agency is providing to its personnel, (b) reflect on how implicit bias can impact on police personnel and individuals in any walk of life, and (c) discuss skills for police and others to reduce and manage biases.  The session will involve discussion and interaction, and participants will learn about the agency’s comprehensive efforts to promote fair and impartial policing.     Facilitator: FIP Master Instructor Mary Hoerig, Inspector of Police (ret.) Mary Hoerig was a member of the Milwaukee Police Department for 25 years. She retired in 2016 as an Inspector (Deputy Chief). She served in many areas, but most notably in Criminal Investigations, Internal Affairs, and Strategic Analysis. Mary received her BA in CJ Management from Concordia University, is a graduate of the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety (Police Staff and Command) and PERF’s Senior Management Institute of Police, Studied LE Leadership at Marquette University and received her Master of Business (MBA) from Alverno College. She is a Master Instructor with the International Association of Chiefs of Police-Women’s Leadership and former Instructor for the University of Illinois-Chicago in Procedural Justice. For more information, go to www.fipolicing.com 

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