Training, Recruitment, and Wellness

Recruit and hire qualified personnel and provide state mandated training for all department employees.

PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

Conduct recruiting activities with Human Resources personnel

to recruit a broad range of diverse applicants including race,

gender, language, life experience and culture.


Oversee hiring process and background investigations on all

prospective Police Department employees.


Supervise police officer recruits at the Police Academy.


Review training records of all employees legally mandated to

comply with Peace Officer Standards Training (POST)

requirements.


Coordinate the department’s training in developing a training

plan and execute the plan.


Ensure compliance with department safety training under the

City’s Injury and Illness Protection Plan.


Prepare department policy manual recommendations for

command staff approval and make regular updates.


Incorporate Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) into training

opportunities which equips officers to deal with individuals in

crisis or living with mental disabilities, disease addiction,

implicit bias and cultural responsiveness, policing in a

democratic

PROJECT OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023

Ensure 95% of Sworn/Reserve Police Officers (excluding

approved leaves) meet POST training requirements by

December 31 of each even numbered calendar year. (Biennial

POST training cycle).


Identify courses and send POST certified officers, who have

been selected as internal subject matter expert, to approved

training opportunities. Focus areas include dealing with

individuals in crisis, implicit bias and cultural responsiveness,

policing in.

STAFFING INFORMATION


Authorized Positions

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES FOR FISCAL YEAR 2023

OTHER PROGRAM MEASURES