Law Enforcement Administration

Trust, Decision Making, and the Rule of Law

September 9, 2020

Webinar begins at 11:00 am Central

Past Event

Duration: 60 minutes

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Usually when we talk about trust, it’s about building trust between the community and police. Today, law enforcement needs to learn to trust itself, make some serious choices about opposing values, and recommit to leading our communities in supporting the Rule of Law.

Webinar begins at 11:00 am Central
Duration: 60 minutes

Registration for this webinar is free. Registrants will receive instructions how to join the conference online after you register.

About the Presenter

A. Jay Six, Jr., B.S
Executive-in-Residence, Institute for Law Enforcement Administration

Chief Deputy (Ret) A. Jay Six, Jr. began his law enforcement career with the University of Texas at Arlington Police Department in 1976. He joined the Arlington Police Department in 1978, and retired in 2003 at the rank of Lieutenant. Chief Six then joined the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office as the Chief Deputy of the Patrol Division. He retired from active law enforcement in December 2016 with 40 years of service. Chief Six holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from UT Arlington, and is a graduate of ILEA’s School of Police Supervision and the Management College (now School of Executive Leadership). He is also a graduate of the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas’ Leadership Command College. Chief Six has been affiliated with ILEA since 1994 as an adjunct faculty member, and has served twice as President of the ILEA Alumni Association. In September 2018 he joined ILEA as an Executive in Residence. Chief Six has extensive experience in ethics and leadership training, and has represented ILEA across the United States and in Canada.


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