Jul. 17, 2019 → Jul. 26, 2019
This 3-session program is open to new supervisors in the law enforcement field from the Primex3 membership who participate in the Property & Liability Program. Law Enforcement Supervision: It’s Not the What, It’s the Why is offered as a supplement to the Primex3 Supervisors’ Academy and designed with the specific needs of law enforcement in mind; providing a series of experiences that get to the “why” we need to act rather than just the “what” we need to do. The program focuses on supervisory issues in managing the risks associated with timely decision making; staff oversight and controlling exposure to risk while on the job.
Class size is limited; applications are being accepted until July 17, 2019. The application process requires a brief essay (250- word maximum) and a letter of endorsement from their Chief or Deputy Chief. Notifications of acceptance into the program will be made by July 26, 2019. Accepted registrants are expected to attend all sessions.
There is no cost for this program; it is provided as a benefit of Primex membership.
- August 29, 2019
- September 26, 2019
- October 23, 2019
TIME: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
LOCATION: Primex Training Facility, Concord, NH
NOTE: Registrants are expected to attend all sessions and there is one assignment between the second and third sessions.
16 Contact Hours or 1.6 CEUs will be awarded upon successful completion of the program.
Bob Barry, Risk Management Consultant, joined Primex3 in 2011 as an Education and Training Consultant focusing on the Law Enforcement and Corrections membership of the Primex3 pools. Prior to joining the Primex3 team, Bob was the Police Chief for the City of Concord, a position that he held for over four years. Bob brings a total of more than twenty five years of law enforcement experience to Primex3. At various times during his career, Bob was involved in recruitment, screening and hiring staff; negotiating collective bargaining agreements; conducting training; developing and enforcing policy; conducting internal investigations; developing and revising the Department Strategic Plan; crime analysis and grant writing. While Deputy Chief, Bob was the primary responsible department representative for developing and managing the operating and capital improvement budgets for both the police and parking operations within the City.
In his current role as a Risk Management Consultant, Bob continues to focus on providing consultant services to the Law Enforcement community along with Risk Management and training services to all Primex3 members. Bob is the Risk Management Consultant for Belknap and Sullivan County.
As an IACET Accredited Provider, Primex3 offers CEUs for its programs that qualify under the ANSI/IACET standard.