Many people know the definition of procedural justice and know that its core principles of respect, legitimacy, and fairness in interactions are increasingly being used to guide law enforcement in their interactions with the community. However, there are still many questions surrounding procedural justice: How is it implemented? How do you measure its effectiveness? How is it viewed by police officers? How can it impact the work of civilian oversight practitioners?
Join us Wednesday, December 6, 2017, 1:00PM ET, as we welcome Chief Andrew McCurdy a member of the King County Sheriff's Department since 1998 and current Police Chief of the Covington Police Department, Chief McCurdy has held several different positions while at the Department but is widely seen as its foremost expert on procedural training and its application to law enforcement procedures. Attendees will be able to hear questions to the above questions and have the opportunity to pose some of their own.
Chief Andrew McCurdy
Chief Andy McCurdy has been working in Law Enforcement since 1991 and has been a Police Officer in Washington state since 1996. Andy has been a Patrol Officer, Field Training Officer, Master Police Officer, Special Assault Unit Detective, Patrol Sergeant, Internal Investigations Sergeant, Training Unit Sergeant, and is currently a Police Chief. Andy has taught a variety of police topics to thousands of cops and civilians and currently teaches courses on Instructor Development, Police Supervision/Management, Emergency Vehicle Operations, De-Escalation, Force Options, Scenario-based training, Administrative Investigations, Patrol Tactics, and Procedural Justice.