Agencies face constant turnover within the ranks these days. What sort of low-cost opportunities exist in recruitment and training to attract, and keep, the right candidates for the job in an era of high turnover and mobility?
Chief Stewart and Deputy Chief Carson will discuss their perspectives that draw upon their years of experience along with the recent changes in South Carolina Police Academy requirements. Dr. Dorn will frame the conversation from the perspective of national research about hiring and attrition of police employees.
Other Webinars in this Series Include:
- Marketing and Hiring: How to Stand Out When You’re a Small Fish in a Big Pond
- Creating a Constant Stream of Recruits: Finding Great People to Meet Your Agency’s Goals
- Responding to a Recruiting Crisis: Using Innovative Tactics to Transform Your Recruiting Practices
- The Workforce Crisis and What Law Enforcement Agencies Are Doing about It.
- (This Webinar) Recruiting and Retention of Police: Strategies for Small and Medium-Sized Agencies
- June 24: The New Generations: How to Recruit, Retain and Motivate
- July 28: Creating an Agency Culture of Excellence that Attracts the Right Recruits, Keeps the Right Team, and Promotes the Right People
- Aug 27: The Secret Sauce to Finding the Best Candidates
- Nov 3: Creating and Maintaining a Great Workforce: Recruiting and Retaining Quality Employees
- Dec 10: Recruiting the Next Generation to Your Agency
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