Promoting Enduring Positive Change
Programs that create an environment of enduring success.
As a Georgia P.O.S.T. certified law enforcement instructor who's taught countless courses to in-service law enforcement officials and academy recruits; over 2,000 formal hours of certified training; and a unique academic background in cognitive psychology; Lt. Tim McMillan (Ret.) provides educational programs or expert organizational advisement that provides solutions to contemporary problems through holistic approaches.
Unlike other programs, an integral part of Lt. Tim McMillan's training and consulting services is the synergistic approach of involving differing domains in order to develop dynamic, individualized training programs, that incorporate the most up-to-date and accurate information available.
Available Training Courses
Fair, Equitable, and Unbiased Policing means Policing Intelligently
This 8-hour training course helps introduce the patrol officer to the concepts of Intelligence Policing.
Introduce the cognitive processes that influence officer's decision making.
How to overcome implicit biases by engaging in intelligence gathering perceptive policing.
Develop skills to open up the officers perception to avoid limited information errors in decisions and recognize signs of criminal activity in the officer's environment.
The Intelligence Policing course teaches officers how engage in community policing, and unbiased policing, all in a manner that is very unobtrusive. Officers are exposed to the concept of intelligence gathering within the community and in their interactions as a means to improve their effectiveness in as law enforcement officers.
The Backbone of any Law Enforcement Agency is its Supervision and Leadership
This 8-hour training course is designed to impart the important role that police supervision has in the lives of their officers and the success of the agency.
Introduces the concept that good supervisors must not only raise good officers, but also good people.
Discuses how to deal with the diversity and differing personalities of subordinate officers.
Introduces the "Abused Child Syndrome" that can occur based the relationship between officers and their supervisors.
The Ethical Leadership courses imparts on police supervisors their vital role within the agency and how to their position can be used to inspire their officers both in and out the the job. This course takes a human-centered approach, were supervisors learn how to influence officers to strive to go above and beyond what's expected of them, without harsh controls.