Crisis Communications — A Primer for Law Enforcement
With host Paul Grattan, Jr. of Savage Training Group
Friday, July 29, 2022
9:00am – 12:00pm PT
Presented via Zoom
Recent events have shown us how every police agency is just one incident away from being in a full-blown public relations crisis.
Imagine there was a major incident in your jurisdiction and CNN has arrived for an interview. How confident would you feel about granting the interview?
If you choose to say nothing, the press will broadcast their own version of the facts. Is that good enough for you and your agency?
In this webinar, we’ll give you a crash course in crisis communications, so you’ll have the basic tools you need to survive the crisis.
Your instructor will be Paul Grattan Jr.. Paul is a sergeant with the New York City Police Department and a Policing Fellow with the National Police Foundation. He is a full-time digital communications officer with the NYPD where he crafts messages for command staff and manages social media messaging. He is also the instructor for our Crisis Communications and Social Media for Public Safety training course.
This course is open to sworn law enforcement as well as our public safety partners from fire, EMS, OES and other government public safety entities.
Registered parties will have access to the recording for 7 days after the webinar is broadcast live.
Registration is restricted to active members of governmental (state, local, tribal or federal) public safety entities. Please use your government email address when registering. Any person found to have registered but who is not a member of a government public safety agency will be prohibited from accessing the webinar and will forfeit their registration fee.
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Paul Grattan Jr.
Paul is a sergeant with the New York City Police Department and a Policing Fellow with the National Police Foundation. He is a full-time digital communications officer with the NYPD where he crafts messages for command staff and manages social media messaging.