This webinar discusses the experience of conducting an RCT of a long-term, repetitive social interaction training program in two US police departments. Results of the study from survey data and administrative data are discussed, however, issues and challenges for conducting this type of training, especially in a randomized format, are also reviewed.
- “The entire presentation was excellent! The context in which the content was presented was great, and I look forward to implementing the invaluable training and resources in my practice and field of expertise.” — Asia
- “I love the concept of the T-3 Training and think that could be transitioned to corrections.” — Christie
- “The speakers were compelling and kept me interested throughout the webinar despite “Zoom/webinar fatigue.” — William
- “Great presentation” — Tangela
- “Excellent treatment and systemic overview of training police to function in complicated operational situations dealing with social interactions. Important emphases are placed on training outcomes evaluation to include outcomes over time, not just after training. Mention of developing a training culture is a critical element for successful LE training across a broad spectrum of topics. Well done!” — Bill