Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium 2018: Police Culture

Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium 2018: Police Culture

January 4 & 5  2018


In order to fulfill the Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership's broader mission of facilitating training and research for leaders in the various disciplines of the criminal justice system, the CJL co-hosts an annual symposium with the San Francisco Police Department focusing on ethical leadership strategies.

Our 2018 symposium theme is "Police Culture."  We will examine challenges our officers frequently encounter, the effect of these issues on their behavior and performance, and the impact on the overall organization.


This January 4 and 5, 2018, the University of San Francisco and the San Francisco Police Department are co-hosting the twenty-third annual Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium at the USF main campus.

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speakers Include

  • Chief Bill Scott - SFPD
  • Undersheriff Barney Melekian - Santa Barbara (former Director, COPs Office, DOJ)
  • Father Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J. - USF President
  • Brian Cahill - Former Director, San Francisco’s Department of Human Services

The symposium is certified by the University of San Francisco, and by POST, for Continuing Professional Training (CPT), non-reimbursable. Please have your training managers call me.

We are committed to making your participation beneficial and enjoyable. Please contact me with any questions.

Tony Ribera

Anthony D. Ribera, PhD, Director
(415) 422-2884

Police Culture

JANUARY 5, 2018
Law Enforcement Leadership

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Contact Info

International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership

University of San Francisco
Main Campus
Malloy Hall, Suite 218
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 422-2884