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IADLEST is developing an 8-hour curriculum for in-service training focusing on an officers’ duty to intervene. This analysis will help us determine the most critical topic areas to include in the training program. Please complete this ASAP or by NOVEMBER 20, 2020. Thank you for providing your input.

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* 2. Years in law enforcement

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* 3. The following 26 tasks can be associated with an Officer’s Duty to Intervene in use of force or other police-related matters. Please rate each task based on the importance of the task being included in this new national curriculum.

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1.    Recognize how emotional intelligence factors into decision making.
2. Observe, recognize, and interpret human behavior.
3. Respond with empathy and sympathy in a variety of situations.
4. Observe a person’s body language to assess attitude, intentions, etc.
5. Promptly intervene to stop improper, unethical or illegal peer conduct.
6. Promptly recognize duty-to-intervene circumstances and take action.
7. Apply ethical principles to solve peer-related problems.
8. Recognize when to intervene during a use of force matter.
9. Recognize when to intervene during an ethical matter.
10.    Recognize when to intervene during an officer safety matter.
11. Recognize when to intervene during a policy matter.
12. Recognize when to intervene during a medical emergency.
13. Recognize ethical conflicts and take appropriate intervention action.
14. Discuss inappropriate or unethical peer conduct with a supervisor.
15. Prepare written reports documenting inappropriate or unethical peer conduct.
16. Defuse a stressful event involving peers.
17. Communicate effectively with peers during disputes.
18. Mediate to resolve differences between peers.
19. Maintain a calm demeanor to prevent a tense situation from escalating or becoming worse.
20. Maintain positive relationships with peers.
21. Verbally correct unethical or illegal conduct by peers.
22. Recognize and defuse personnel conflicts with other officers.
23. Use body language to project control and influence the situation.
24. Maintain a calm demeanor when experiencing criticism from peers and the public.
25. Mediate disputes happening between an officer and a community member.
26. Recognize the officer’s role in agency cultural transformation.
Thank you so much for your valuable feedback!
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