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Law Enforcement Services

With our wide range of Law Enforcement experience, we've been witness to every facet of human behavior ... And, it would be an honor to share our lessons with you.


More and more of our agencies are being critiqued not only on their tactical response to an incident, but also how and why an incident was allowed to manifest into the need for a tactical response.

Considering the rising costs associated with managing an employees
well-being and the associated public scrutiny, can you afford not to be present for this frank discussion?

Deliberate De-Esclation

Callbox Training is fully committed to engaging in the dialogue associated with Implicit-Bias within policing.

We welcome and encourage all agencies to examining their policies, training methods and culture.

To our end, we offer training's that are based on the 4th and 14th Amendments to the US Constitution, that encourage all parties to inspect their beliefs in an effort to increase the safety of all parties involved.

Understanding Bias

To some, Emotional Intelligence seems to be the new training buzz-word, but E.I. has been around since the 30’s, when it was described as Social Intelligence. 

In today's policing environment, training, evaluating and considering how an officer perceives, understands or manages emotion, could be the difference between success and a place in the national spotlight.

Our Emotional Intelligence training has been vetted through hundreds of employees and has allowed for numerous individuals to gain self-awareness, before they became the next sensational news story.

Emotional Intelligence

This course, which is best described as “a re-commitment to policing,” is a guided exploration of the 9 axioms issued by Sir Robert Peel that established the basic rules of modern policing.  

During the 16-hour course, we cover basic topics such as Ethics and De-Escalation.  But, by using multiple methods of learning and challenging discussions that engage critical thinking, we also delve into the areas of public perceptions and managing community Withdrawals and Deposits.

Principles of Policing

Ethical Decision making is the cornerstone of Law Enforcement.

Having a workforce that will perform in an ethical fashion in accordance with your agency's Mission Statement has never been more important.

During this couse, we focus on issues related to Self-Care, the concept of Proportionality and an invaluable evaluation of self-identified values.


As agency heads, command officers, and line supervisors, we we cannot deny that, in todays environment, just about every issue has the potential to be a heavily debated topic within the Law Enforcement community.

That being said, this is where leadership comes in.  

With a clearly stated mission and reasonable expectations, we can be the premier agencies that our communities expect and deserve.


Remember, even Legally Justified, departmentally appropriate actions, can have catastrophic results if not handled properly.
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