Stony Brook University hosted University Police Officers from SUNY Westbury, SUNY Farmingdale, SUNY Downstate and Stony Brook and trained participants in the Fair & Impartial policing model program, which applies the modern science of bias to policing; it trains officers on the effect of implicit bias and gives them the information and skills they need to reduce and manage their biases. Fair & Impartial Policing is a cornerstone of procedural justice and an important achievement of agency legitimacy. Click on the banner to visit the Fair and Impartial Policing Website.
University Police Dispatchers have completed over 40 hours of classroom and scenario based training and have each earned an Emergency Police Dispatch Certification. This training included topics on caller interviewing techniques, improving scene safety for callers and responders, improving chances of suspect apprehension, active assailant drills, and relaying critical information to responders. Click on the banner to visit the National Academy of Emergency Dispatch Website.
Pictured from left to right: SUNY Police Commissioner Paul Berger, Inspector Thomas Clark, Certified Public Safety Officer Ralph Stears, Assistant Chief Neil Farrell, LEAP Chairman Michael D. Ranelli, Chief Robert Lenahan, and Executive Deputy Commissioner Michael C. Green