Associate Magazine FBINAA Q2-2023

as a Lieutenant in the Criminal Investigation Division in 2009. He spent five years in both the Criminal Investigation and the Patrol Divisions as a Captain before being transferred to the Special Services Division, where he was assigned at the time of the Christmas Parade incident. He recently assisted with planning a $18 building expansion, coordinated displacement relocation for the entire staff during the 15 month process; to include a fully functional emergency dispatch center. He currently is responsible for Open Records, accreditation, policies, the department budget, and overseeing the Special Services Division. Captain Dan Baumann has been employed with the Waukesha Police Department for over 23 years. He has served in the Patrol Division, Criminal Investigation Division and the Special Services Division, having Commanded all three. In his professional career, both in the military and in law enforcement, he has had the opportunity to be a first-line supervisor, middle-manager and work in the executive leadership team. Captain Baumann built a partnership with the Milwaukee County Chief’s Association and was instrumental in the Milwaukee Area Investigative Team, being a lead agency (Shoot Team). He is the President of the Suburban Mutual Aid Response Team, he is the Tactical Unit Command er, he is the Peers Support Unit Coordinator and prides himself on enhancing the wellness and resiliency of the agency. Captain Baumann is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session 272. During the Christmas parade tragedy mass casualty event he served as the Public Information Officer for the City of Waukesha. LinkedIn for Law Enforcement Professionals: Tips and Tricks to Improve Your Network and Your Personal Brand Sergeant Paul Grattan , New York City Police Department (NY); FBINA Graduate Session 254 1.5 hours education credit Whether or not you have a LinkedIn profile, we'll discuss the benefits for law enforcement professionals, and look at ways to use LinkedIn in your current professional life or as you move toward your next chapter. Be better prepared for life after law enforcement by leveraging this social network and polishing up your personal brand's "storefront." In this session you'll be presented with the basics of building an outstanding LinkedIn profile, tips for engaging your professional network, LinkedIn etiquette, privacy settings, and tips and tricks on what to include and exclude. You'll also learn the advantages of information sharing on the platform and how to use images and media to enhance your profile. This session is perfect for anyone in public safety who is seeking other opportunities, or who wants to build their professional network or maximize the use of their existing account. Sergeant Paul Grattan Jr. is a 22-year veteran with the New York City Police Department, overseeing media and execu tive communications for the NYPD’s Transit Bureau. He is also a communications instructor with the Savage Training Group, where he shares his passion for helping professionals throughout the public safety sector become more effec tive communicators and better prepared for crises and critical incidents. Paul is a policing fellow with the National Po licing Institute, holds a Master's in public administration, a B.A. in criminology, and is a graduate of the 254th session of the FBI National Academy. Responding to Mass Demonstrations: Advancing Community and Officer Safety Michael David , Social Science Analyst, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, US Department of Justice Jennifer Zeunik , Director, The National Policing Institute 1.5 hours education credit Recently, increasing numbers of mass demonstrations have been about and directed toward law enforcement. Protests about the police require special consideration in determining and deploying appropriate public safety responses. The U.S. Department of Justice convened a series of meetings with law enforcement executives, commu nity members, and other stakeholders to develop a resource guide for law enforcement agencies on policing pro tests. This presentation will highlight recommendations focused on community policing principles and promising practices to better equip police for responding protests. Recommendations that lead to more successful outcomes, including freedom of democracy and speech, peaceful protests, and public and officer safety will be discussed. Michael A. David , is a Social Science Analyst with the Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) with expertise in use of force, de-escalation, police legitimacy, and community policing. He previously worked for DOJ’s Community Relations Service (CRS) responding to community level tension and helping to resolve identity-based conflicts. Prior to coming to DOJ, Michael spent twenty years with the East Providence Police Department in Rhode Island, retiring at the rank of Captain. He also has many years of experience training law enforce


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