This on-demand professional training program on Assessing Bias in Police & Other Public Safety Candidates is presented by David M. Corey, PhD, ABPP in partnership with The American Board of Police and Public Safety Psychology (ABPPSP).
This program provides an overview of the rationale and content of the California POST Bias Assessment Framework, its use in conducting suitability evaluations of peace officer and other public safety candidates (e.g., correctional officers, dispatcher, firefighters/medics), and methods for evaluating biased behaviors, biased attitudes, and other bias-relevant traits and attributes.
This on-demand professional training program is intended for mental health and other allied professionals
This on-demand professional training program is appropriate for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level clinicians.
Upon completion of this program you will be able to:
Describe the three components of the California POST Bias Assessment Framework
Describe at least two strategies for assessing each component of the framework
Describe the empirical rationale for the framework
David M. Corey, PhD, ABPP
Dr. David Corey is a board certified specialist in both forensic psychology and police and public safety psychology with the American Board of Professional Psychology. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, founding president of the American Board of Police & Public Safety Psy...
2. Bias Assessment Framework
3. Biased Behaviors
4. Biased Attitudes
5. Bias-Relevant Traits
6. Q&A Session
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The American Board of Police and Public Safety Psychology (ABPPSP)
We are proud to partner with The American Board of Police and Public Safety Psychology (ABPPSP) for this training. ABPPSP became a fully affiliated specialty board of the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) on October 21, 2011. Police and Public Safety Psychology is concerned with assisting law enforcement and other public safety personnel and agencies in carrying out their missions and societal functions with optimal effectiveness, safety, health, and conformity to laws and ethics. It consists of the application of the science and profession of psychology in four primary domains of practice: assessment, clinical intervention, operational support, and organizational consultation.