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Critical Issues Forum 2019

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How should police respond to crisis calls where a person is threatening to harm themselves or commit suicide?  The MCPA’s Critical Issues Forum will explore this issue Wednesday December 11th from both a legal and ethical perspective as well as discuss and debate possible solutions.  Event registration is free.

The Issue
Law enforcement agencies in Minnesota and across the country are rethinking their approach. Some local agencies have stopped responding because of the potential dangers to both officers and the person attempting to end his or her life.  These calls also present a financial liability, particularly if the situation turns violent.   


Panelists

 

Critical Issue Frum panelists will include attorney Eric Daigle, a national expert on this topic.  Daigle is the former IACP chair of the Legal Officers Section.  Sue Abderholden, executive director of the Minnesota chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will present as well.


Sponsor the Event

Click the link to learn more about event sponsorships available for the 2019 MCPA Critical Issues Forum.  Contact Charles Kasbohm with Synergetic Endeavors for more information:  651-340-4848 or [email protected]

  

 

 

Critical Issues Forum 2019

Register
How should police respond to crisis calls where a person is threatening to harm themselves or commit suicide?  The MCPA’s Critical Issues Forum will explore this issue Wednesday December 11th from both a legal and ethical perspective as well as discuss and debate possible solutions.  Event registration is free.

The Issue
Law enforcement agencies in Minnesota and across the country are rethinking their approach. Some local agencies have stopped responding because of the potential dangers to both officers and the person attempting to end his or her life.  These calls also present a financial liability, particularly if the situation turns violent.   


Chiefs' Survey

As we have with past forums, we want to understand our members' perspectives on this issue as we prepare the program.  Please complete this short Chiefs' Survey available through this link.  We will share results at the forum and in member newsletters.

 
Sponsor the Event

Click the link to learn more about event sponsorships available for the 2019 MCPA Critical Issues Forum.

  

 

 

Performance Appraisals - Jana Sullivan and Joyce Hottinger - League of Minnesota Cities

League of MN Cities - Human Resources Reference Material

Jana O’Leary Sullivan has worked as an attorney in the litigation department of the League of Minnesota Cities for the past 15 years, most recently as the assistant litigation supervisor.  Jana primarily practices in the area of employment law, both representing cities in litigation as well as consulting with cities on employment matters.  Jana also serves as a board member of the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association.

Joyce Hottinger is the Assistant Human Resources Director for the League of Minnesota Cities.  Prior to joining the League in September 2011, she worked in municipal human resources and administration for over 14 years as the Coon Rapids Human Resources Coordinator, the Ramsey Administrative Services Manager and the Hastings Administrative Assistant/City Clerk.  She has a Master’s degree in Urban and Regional Studies and been certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) since June 2011, along with a Society for Human Resources Management Certification of SHRM -SCP since 2015.

 

 

Reflections on Leadership
Major Sean Meagher - Minnesota State Patrol

Sean Meagher is a Major with the Minnesota State Patrol. He has served with the State Patrol since 1998 in three patrol districts: East Metro, Saint Cloud, and Brainerd. He currently serves as a regional Major and is headquartered in Saint Paul. Meagher holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Computer Information Systems and a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Leadership and Human Behavior.

Contact Information
Sean Meagher
Minnesota State Patrol
445 Minnesota Street, Suite 130 Saint Paul, MN 55101-5130
651-201-7131 [email protected]

 

 

 
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