The Institute For Credible Leadership Development
Since 2010 the International Academy of Public Safety (IAPS) has been an innovation hub, operating a learning management system (LMS) that incorporates training specifically for the public safety professional. The Institute for Credible Leadership Development (ICLD), a division of IAPS, is dedicated to the leadership development of all employees from hire to retire.
The Institute offers a Series of courses, based on ethical leadership development, customized and adopted by over 120 criminal justice agencies across America. The Series is designed to provide a transformative experience that equips officers and staff to perform 21st Century professional leadership practices throughout the organization.
The Credible Leadership educational experience is a must have for all law enforcement professionals!
The Professionalization of Leadership in Public Safety Organizations!
Several commanders of the Los Angeles Police Department recently completed Phase IV of the ICLD and received their 4 Star Certification in "Credible Leadership" provide their testimonials and experience with the training.
In this moving video, Deputy Chief Mark Perez, a few weeks before his retirement, gave this message to his officers and employees at the Los Angeles Police Department about Phase IV of the ICLD he named “Credible Leadership Learning System.”
In this video, Commander Randy Watt discusses the challenges associated with promotional testings in Law Enforcement. He strongly recommends the Institute for Credible Leadership Development to overcome these challenges.
The Board of Trustees and the Executive Team of the International Academy of Public Safety (IAPS) has chosen Sheriff Adrian Garcia of the Harris County Sheriff’s Office in Texas, as the 2015 recipient of the “Moral Compass Leadership Award”.
Commentary about tragic encounters between police and the public, mainly black men, has been a mainstay in the news these days. Whether it’s the low pay or the bad publicity, police departments say it’s been increasingly hard to recruit new officers. The images and sounds of police officers in riot gear, marching through the streets of Baltimore are hard to erase.
Brandon Zuidema is the Chief of Police in Garner, which is just outside Raleigh. He says it’s hard to ignore the confrontations between police and protestors in communities like Baltimore, Oakland and Ferguson, Missouri. “I would say that it would not happen here but again, this community is not dramatically different in terms of make-up as far as size and some other things with Ferguson so it’s difficult to say never," said Zuidema. [Read More...]
More About ICLD
Chief Jack Lewis (retired, Apex Police Department) describes the link between the Leadership Program and CALEA.
Meet Some ICLD Course Presenters
An introduction to the "Human Factors" module by Lt. Darius H. Bone.
An introduction to the "Deep Change" module by Commander Russ Reithmeyer.
An introduction to the "Field Command" module by Commander Sid Heal.
An introduction to the "Adaptive Leadership" module by Colonel Ted. Spain.
Lt. Brian Ellis discusses "Cynicism" as a part of "Community Leadership".
Lorraine Snyder administers the Oath of the Moral Compass.