In the technology-based world in which we live, your digital persona speaks volumes about who you are. Knowing the benefits and risks of your digital footprint is vital to protecting your personal and professional reputation as well as officer and family safety. This course is will introduce students to the concept of a digital footprint, the benefits and risks associated with it and how to formulate a plan to minimize and manage it.
This is highly interactive course designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills to recognize their own digital footprint, how it is created, managed and how to minimize it.
Course Length: 1 day (8 hours)
Certification: California Board of State and Community Corrections (STC)
Max Class Size: 30 Students
Recommended For: First responders and supervisors who work in the public spotlight.
About the Course Designer/Instructor:
Since 1991, Chris has worked in the technical arts field as an engineer. His technical career began with multiple San Diego audio, visual and lighting companies. Prior to joining the Los Angeles Police Department, Chris shared ownership of a technical solutions company that specialized in technical sales, events, and installations. As a sworn member of the LAPD, Chris began his law enforcement career at the Wilshire Community Police Station and continued onto the 77th Street Community Police Station in South Los Angeles.
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