- Lt. Joe PangaroLieutenant
Joseph Pangaro is a retired 27-year veteran police officer, retiring at the rank of Lieutenant in 2013. Lt. Pangaro was the lead training instructor of his police agency and certified as an instructor by the NJ Police Training Commission. Lt Pangaro was trained in school Security Assessments by the Dept. of Homeland Security. Lt. Pangaro is also a trained and certified Crime prevention officer who continues to train police officers at police academies throughout the Northeast. Lt. Pangaro has built the curriculum for school security training programs including “Plan and Prepare” and “Planning the Active Shooter Drill”. These programs are based on his experience as a police training officer and delivered to hundreds of police officers and schools in the region. He has also created multiple training programs, both classroom and hands on based, designed for the school, law enforcement and business communities on topics of safety and security, proper investigations, anti-drug awareness, cyber bullying, interview skills and violence response.
Creating & Implementing an Employee Development Plan
How to challenge high performers and improve job performance of failing officers.
A plan implemented by the supervisory team to offer the failing officer opportunity to become a positive asset ensuring that the full value of an employee’s work is seen on a daily basis. This program also helps supervisors find effective ways to challenge high-performing officers without performance punishing and creating poor morale in the agency.
Every agency strives to hire the best possible people. Unfortunately, we do have employees that have unforeseen challenges and difficulties in the workplace which often have a negative effect on the officer, agency, and community.
The Employee Development Plan (EDP) is a positive process used by the supervisory team to clearly identify an employee’s specific deficiencies while working with him or her to create a workable plan to overcome identified issues.
Students are taught the EDP’s step-by-step process which identifies areas of concern, sets attainable goals, agreed upon solutions are made, and specific timetable to assess progress is formed. This program sets success criteria that is clearly established and documented so that progress or lack of is unmistakable.
Paying via Credit Card: CONTINUE BELOW (Discounts are available for training subscribers, HIDTA members, or officers funding their own training. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for discount codes and for more information.)