Strategic Direction Accomplishments 1. Professionalism and Organizational Excellence
3. Continuously build relationships with di- verse populations within the City of Fort Worth to create and expand the future re- cruiting base. Recruiting Unit participated in events sponsored by the following organizations: Workforce Solu- tions, LGBTQ Gay Pride Week, NAACP, Recruit Military, Veteran Job Fair of Forest Hill, and Work Force Solutions. Held recruiting events at University of North Texas, Prairie View A&M University, Remington College, Texas Christian University, Mississippi Valley State University, University of Alabama, Tarrant County Community College, Dunbar High School, Handley High School.
Implementation Highlights 1. Promote a culture of mutual respect within the Fort Worth Police Department Established a system for personnel to submit innovative ideas to enhance departmental effi- ciencies and for Executive Staff to review submissions and provide feedback. 2. Improve the interactions of members of the FWPD and the community. Offered multiple trainings including: FBI LEEDA, Becoming an Agile Leader for Supervisors, Cap- tain Pre-Promotional Courses, Ethical Decision Making Course, and Civilian Training Advisory Board. Implemented new Use of Force (UOF) training to include case studies on national incidents that have occurred in the last year. Implemented new training and a new UOF report writing tool to help officers articulate force and understand the need for thorough and accurate report writing.
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