Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium 2019

Leading the Organization and Engaging the Community

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, we co-host an annual symposium with the San Francisco Police Department focusing on ethical leadership strategies.

This January 15 and 16, 2019 the Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership's, and the San Francisco Police Department are co-hosting the twenty-fourth annual Law Enforcement Leadership Symposium at the main campus of University of San Francisco.

This year’s theme is “Law Enforcement Leadership: Leading the Organization and Engaging the Community.”

SYMPOSIUM SPEAKERS AND PANELISTS

We are putting together an impressive agenda to take an objective look at the challenges that law enforcement leaders encounter. Presenters will share insights on ethical leadership, community inclusion, school violence, terrorism, and women in leadership. We have commitments from several distinguished speakers.


  • San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott (Symposium co-host)
  • Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo
  • San Mateo District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe
  • Notre Dame President Emeritus Father Edward Malloy
  • Alameda Sheriff Greg Ahern

As in past years, we hope to get POST Continuing Professional Training certification. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact either of the Symposium Directors.

Richard L. Corriea, Director
rlcorriea@usfca.edu

Anthony D. Ribera, PhD, Director Emeritus
ribera@usfca.edu
(415) 422-2884