The CSE Police Studies Institute held a two-day workshop in late April for members of law enforcement to learn strategies for improved community policing. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, a former county sheriff, addressed the audience and encourage them to continue learning throughout their careers.
"I walked in your shoes," Guadagno explained. "I went through the intensive training to become an officer and learned the laws I was supposed to be enforcing. But the book doesn't talk about relationships; the reason we all got into this career was to be public servants."
The Institute provides advanced leadership education for law enforcement and public safety practitioners and serves as a forum for public policy discussions for various community groups. The Institute also fosters the creation of a diverse professional work for New Jersey's law enforcement organizations.
To learn more about the PSI programs, please email PSI@cse.edu or call (973) 290-4085.