Episode Six: police training w Det Small

Police training w Det Small

This is part four of a continuing conversation about police training  with retired police officer Detective Darnley Small.   Detective Small was an instructor for the human relations unit of the NYC Police Department doing advanced specialized training.

We begin talking about how police training can help cops with understanding the issues within the community by looking at discrimination.  Continue reading Episode Six: police training w Det Small

Episode Five: police sensitivity training w Det Small

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This is part three of my continuing conversation with retired police officer detective Darnley Small.

In this episode we discuss everything from the struggles with bosses within the NYC police department to how the department received its own police sensitivity training.

Push Back from Leadership

We open with a story Detective Small tells of the initial pushback from leadership within the department and the PBA his unit received and how his team overcame it.

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Episode Four: police officer training and UN-training w Det Small

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Police Officer Un-training and Methods of Intervention

In this, continuing conversation, we discuss police officer training and  methods of intervention with Detective Small.

We begin with Detective Small’s early years and how his most formative training came from veteran officers in the police department.

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Episode Three: interview police officer Darnley Small

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One on one with Police Officer Darnley Small

This interview is a real treat for me and is especially nice for father’s day.

In this multi-part series I will be talking to police officer Darnley Small about his life as a trainer for the New York City Police Department.

Police officer Small retired as a detective and instructor in the human relations unit.  This unit’s job was to provide the tools and techniques for helping police deal with crisis intervention.

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Episode One – Premiere

In this, the premiere episode of The World As I Like It To Be, we discuss the mid term elections in California with Denise from California.

Is there a blue wave coming and will it continue through California?

The state changed its midterm election system into a so called “jungle primary” which, allows voters to pick whatever candidate they want regardless of party.  The top two duke it out in the general election in November.

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