Policing has never been more challenging.
Our courses help you lead the way.
Leadership Development • 21st Century Policing Seminars • Train the Trainer & Case Studies
That course was by far the best training I have received since being in law enforcement. The curriculum, instructors, panelists and interactions were an invaluable experience. The concepts are innovative. The critical thinking and application this course provides is critical to success in this dynamic and fluid profession--I'm certainly looking forward to more!
—Sr. Cpl. Michael Manuel, Leadership Development Series Graduate
Our courses focus not on tactical concerns, but on the trends and philosophies that inform the best leaders in policing. We believe that leadership is about more than managing people and crises: it’s about inspiring, learning, creating, and—most importantly--leaving lasting legacies in the organizations and communities you serve.
The Caruth Police Institute represents a unique partnership between philanthropy, policing, and academia. Our staff has been housed at the Dallas Police Department for the past 9 years, where we have an exclusive perspective on police leadership that’s filtered through an evidence-based lens. Many of the graduates from our leadership courses have gone on to command staff positions, both at DPD and in other agencies across North Texas. Our classes teach leaders (and future leaders) to think differently about leadership, about policing’s role in society, about ways to strengthen police-community relations, and about the ways that research and evidence can inform public safety policy.
Since 2008, the Caruth Police Institute has graduated
750 police and public safety leaders.
Earn College Credit
Earn up to 9 hours towards an undergraduate degree or 3 hours towards a graduate degree from UNT Dallas.
Call Shayna Vincent today at 214-671-3743 to learn more.
A wide body of research has demonstrated that police officers are profoundly affected by their exposure to violence and the traumatic events viewed commonly as part of their job duties. Faced with stress, officers learn to adapt by incorporating coping techniques.