Workshop Spotlight: What Policing Can Teach Us About Navigating Unconscious Bias

Join us for an interactive workshop led by Anna Laszlo, Director of the organization Fair and Impartial Policing, to learn about dealing with unconscious bias in high-pressure situations, and the techniques we can use to manage our own biases and the impact of unconscious bias in the organizations that we help to shape. 

Two sessions: Friday February 6, 10:30-12 and 1-2:30. Both sessions will cover similar content.

ABOUT ANNA LASZLO

Anna T. Laszlo, MA is the Managing Partner of Fair and Impartial Policing, LLC and, with Dr. Fridell, the co-author/developer of the Fair and Impartial Policing training program. She brings more than 36 years’ experience directing national criminal justice and law enforcement training and technical assistance programs funded by the USDOJ and other Federal agencies. In addition to her work with FIP, LLC, she is working with the USDOJ, COPS Office to co-author Practicing Community Policing: A Practitioner’s Toolkit - a series of guides for law enforcement executives, practitioners, and elected officials. She is the co-author of The Collaboration Toolkit: How to Build, Fix and Sustain Effective Law Enforcement Collaborations.

More information about this workshop here.