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Paul Butler brings his unique perspective and broad experience to your event in a variety of ways. He has served as a keynote speaker for small groups as well as Master of Ceremonies for National Conferences. 

 

Why does ethical leadership matter in Law Enforcement?

 

Paul Butler, FBINAA National Conferences Master of Ceremonies, shares with us how this affects your departments directly.

Upcoming Events

Missouri State Highway Patrol Crime Lab Leadership Training

November 19, 2019 - Jefferson City, Missouri

Western Montgomery County Police Agencies Leadership Training 

November 22, 2019 - Limerick, Pennsylvania

Chester County Leadership Training

December 3 & 4, 2019 - Chester County, Pennsylvania

Woodbury Police Department  Officer Safety & Wellness / Leadership & Teamwork Training

December 5, 2019 - Woodbury, New Jersey

Mobile Division of the FBI's All Employees Meeting

December 6, 2019 - Mobile, Alabama

Kentucky Jailers Conference

December 12, 2019 - Louisville, Kentucky

University of Kentucky Police Department Awards Banquet

December 13, 2019 - Lexington, Kentucky

Medina County Safety Council Training

December 17, 2019 - Medina, Ohio

Merced County Law Enforcement Chiefs Association Workshop

January 10, 2020 = Monterey, California

ELTS Conference for the OACP

January 16, 2020 - Seaside, Oregon

Want to see your event on this list?

Just saw Paul's presentation at the  FBINAA-NJ Training Conference in  Atlantic City. Absolutely hit it out of the park. I have over 44 years of experience between public law enforcement (NYPD)  and the corporate security department of a Fortune 50 Company. I myself taught for 21+  years at Quantico and other venues from NYC to Moscow. I also taught ethics and decision making for the FBI Youth Leadership Program for a  decade. Even that high school age group would benefit from Paul's perspectives on leadership and ethics. While today's presentation was geared toward law enforcement, it would be equally timely and applicable for almost any business,  professional or youth group.

Joseph J. Gannon