FBINAA Officer Resiliency Course
This course has been determined to qualify for 12 hours of AZPOST continuing training credit.
About The Training
Presented by: Sgt. Dan Greene, Chandler Police Department
Dates: July 8th, 15th & 22nd, 2021
Time: 9:00am to 12:00pm Daily
Location: Presented as a Live Webinar
About the Training
The Comprehensive Officer Resilience Program℠ is made up of domains and tenets. The domains, the tenets, and the definitions were created by subject matter experts in academia, the Air Force, and law enforcement. The four domains are the areas of a person’s life that capture the totality of how they experience and relate to others and themselves and being fit across the four domains will lead to a more resilient individual. These tenets are the key characteristics in an individual that foster resilience. The tenets include:
- Mental – the ability to effectively cope with unique mental stressors and challenges
- Physical – the ability to adopt and sustain healthy behaviors needed to enhance health and wellbeing
- Social – the ability to engage in healthy social networks that promote overall wellbeing and optimal performance
- Spiritual – the ability to strengthen a set of beliefs, principles, or values that sustain an individual’s sense of wellbeing and purpose
A key component to a comprehensively fit officer is resilience. People are not born resilient; they learn to be resilient through life experiences. Resilience training builds resilience and improves it in those that are already considered to be resilient. Research by the University of Pennsylvania and other academic forums has established that resilient people are not as negatively impacted by adverse events, and when they do experience an adverse event, they recover faster and are more likely to experience post-event growth. Even without an adverse event, the positive effects of this training are a win-win: it’s just a matter of degree. This training helps reshape officer’s thinking. It helps them to look at the world, yourselves, and events they experience in a different way. Emphasizing the positive and their strengths rather than their weaknesses.
Attendance is limited to 35 participants.
About Sgt. Dan Greene:
Sergeant Dan Greene is a 24 year veteran of law enforcement with the Chandler Police Department. Dan is currently assigned as the Training Unit supervisor where he and his teammates provide over 300 police officers and 500 total employees advanced training. Dan also supervises Chandler's CIT program and sits on their Health and Wellness committee.
Dan has received advanced certification and training in a number of fields within law enforcement. Dan is currently a Subject Matter Expert for AZPOST in instructor development and a certified General Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, Field Training Officer, CIT, and Leadership Instructor. Dan has also been trained as an instructor to host the FBINA Comprehensive Officer Resilience Program and the Honorable Profession Law Enforcement Ethics course.
In addition, Dan has also had extensive training through institutions such as National Institute of Ethics, Jack Enter’s Proactive Leadership Strategies, Franklin/Covey Seven Habits of Highly Effective People and Franklin/Covey The Nobility of Policing.