PORAC Training – Association Leadership

Association Leadership – Orange County

Two-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This course is designed to strengthen your organization by identifying and understanding the roles, duties and responsibilities of association board members. Participants will learn the skills necessary to deal with the day-to-day operations of running an association, from parliamentary procedures to fiduciary duties. Additional subject matter includes defining an association, organizational models, conflict resolution, corporate responsibilities, financial management, the duty of fair representation, bylaws, and the legal and ethical responsibilities of association board members.

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PORAC Training – Internal Affairs Class

Internal Affairs Class – San Diego

Two-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This California POST-certified course provides an overview of the role that internal affairs plays in a law enforcement agency. Emphasis is on legal issues, case law, rights and responsibilities, California Peace Officers Bill of Rights, critical incidents, conduct unbecoming an officer, and a variety of other legal considerations.

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PORAC Training – Line of Duty Death

Line of Duty Death – PORAC Headquarters

One-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Notification, Grief, Paperwork and Funeral-Keeping the Department Together in a Time of Crisis

This 8-hour class will cover a variety of areas that deal with this sensitive topic. You will hear from individuals who have been personally involved in dealing with a Line of Duty Death from the beginning, to end and beyond. They will discuss their experiences and help to prepare you with handling this type of incident from a Departmental and Association perspective. It will also be a time for group discussions and input from people attending, who have had experiences with a Line of Duty Death within their own Department. Topics to be covered but not limited to will include, how to make a notification, planning a Law Enforcement Memorial, Resources, Benefits, support organizations, how to take care of yourselves and continued support and involvement with the family.
 

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PORAC Training – Basic Collective Bargaining

Basic Collective Bargaining – Orange County

Three-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

An introductory course to collective bargaining, providing the participant with an overview of the collective bargaining process. This course will include legal analysis of laws related to collective bargaining including Meyers-Milias-Brown, analysis of positional and hard/soft bargaining as compared to interest-based bargaining, how to prepare for negotiations, basic contract costing, and defining what is good faith bargaining. Hands-on bargaining exercises, including contract costing, will help to prepare the participant for negotiations. This course is intensive and demanding. Participants should be prepared to put in additional hours to those identified below.

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PORAC Training – Association Leadership

Association Leadership – San Diego

Two-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This course is designed to strengthen your organization by identifying and understanding the roles, duties and responsibilities of association board members. Participants will learn the skills necessary to deal with the day-to-day operations of running an association, from parliamentary procedures to fiduciary duties. Additional subject matter includes defining an association, organizational models, conflict resolution, corporate responsibilities, financial management, the duty of fair representation, bylaws, and the legal and ethical responsibilities of association board members.

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PORAC Training – Basic Collective Bargaining

Basic Collective Bargaining – San Diego

Three-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

An introductory course to collective bargaining, providing the participant with an overview of the collective bargaining process. This course will include legal analysis of laws related to collective bargaining including Meyers-Milias-Brown, analysis of positional and hard/soft bargaining as compared to interest-based bargaining, how to prepare for negotiations, basic contract costing, and defining what is good faith bargaining. Hands-on bargaining exercises, including contract costing, will help to prepare the participant for negotiations. This course is intensive and demanding. Participants should be prepared to put in additional hours to those identified below.

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PORAC Training – Internal Affairs Class

Internal Affairs Class – South Lake Tahoe

Two-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This California POST-certified course provides an overview of the role that internal affairs plays in a law enforcement agency. Emphasis is on legal issues, case law, rights and responsibilities, California Peace Officers Bill of Rights, critical incidents, conduct unbecoming an officer, and a variety of other legal considerations.

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PORAC Training – Basic Collective Bargaining

Basic Collective Bargaining – San Diego

Three-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

An introductory course to collective bargaining, providing the participant with an overview of the collective bargaining process. This course will include legal analysis of laws related to collective bargaining including Meyers-Milias-Brown, analysis of positional and hard/soft bargaining as compared to interest-based bargaining, how to prepare for negotiations, basic contract costing, and defining what is good faith bargaining. Hands-on bargaining exercises, including contract costing, will help to prepare the participant for negotiations. This course is intensive and demanding. Participants should be prepared to put in additional hours to those identified below.

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2018 PORAC Conference Training Speakers Announced

The 2018 PORAC Conference Training Speakers

Dr. William J. Lewinski, Ph.D.

Dr. Lewinski is one of the world’s leading behavioral scientists whose work has focused primarily on the intensive study of the human dynamics involved in high stress, life-threatening encounters. He has a Ph.D. in Police Psychology and is a professor emeritus of Law Enforcement at Minnesota State University, Mankato, where he taught for more than 28 years, and he now serves as the executive director of the Force Science® Institute which is a research, consulting and training organization focused primarily on human behavior in use-of-force situations.

Dr. Lewinski’s research has looked at subject and officer movement in lethal force encounters, action/reaction parameters, perception and memory.  His groundbreaking findings have been presented at peer-reviewed conferences in psychology, criminal justice and engineering and they have been widely published in national law enforcement publications.

Dr. Lewinski is an extremely popular speaker and consultant who has presented to and worked with a diverse span of groups, including major international groups including the British House of Commons and House of Lords to the London Metropolitan Police, New Scotland Yard, and the Police Service of Northern Ireland, as well as domestically to a wide range of federal, state and local law enforcement organizations.

 

Ronald G. DeLord, PLLC

Ron DeLord was elected in 1977 to the first of ten three-year terms as president of the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas (CLEAT), representing 20,000 members. He later served as executive director and special counsel to the executive director at CLEAT from 2008 to 2013. Prior to joining CLEAT, DeLord served as a police officer for the Beaumont (Texas) Police Department from 1969 to 1971 and the Mesquite (Texas) Police Department from 1971 to 1978.

DeLord attended the ten-week Harvard University Trade Union Program, in Cambridge in 1992. He received a B.S. degree in Government from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas in 1971; an M.A. degree in Police Science and Administration from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas in 1982; and a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree from the South Texas College of Law in Houston in 1986. He has been a licensed Texas attorney since 1987.

DeLord is a guest faculty member at the Harvard Trade Union Program and the Police Union Leadership Seminar sponsored by the Labor and Worklife Program at the Harvard Law School. He has also served as a lecturer for the Police Labor-Management Executive Leadership Programs sponsored by the School of Labor and Industrial Relations and School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. He conducts seminars and lectures throughout United States, Canada and Australia.