Duty to Intervene Training
As of January 2021, 72 of the 100 largest police agencies have implemented duty to intervene policies; of those, 21 were adopted since June 5, 2020 (McKesson et al., 2020). Officers are largely supportive of duty to intervene policies—a recent poll of 8,000 officers found that 84% believed officers should be required to intervene when they think another officer is using unnecessary force (Morin et al., 2017), yet compliance with policies is uneven at best.
We invest time in understanding your needs and policies up-front, then work closely with your team to develop and deliver the appropriate duty-to-intervene training solution. We’ll help you find the best way to integrate a custom solution into your training procedures, and support you in maintaining and evolving this solution as your policies, challenges, and communities inevitably change over time.
We don’t just sell equipment; we partner with agencies and their instructors to develop cognitive tools for modern police training and cultural awareness.