Courageous Leadership

Courageous Leadership For Law Enforcement

“This class is absolutely outstanding.”  Nathan Mendes, California Narcotics Officers Association

“This class should be required for every single police officer in America.”  Officer Jason Cummings, Claremore PD

“In my 12 year career, this was the best class I have ever taken on leadership.”  Sergeant Josh Johnson

While there are hundreds of leadership courses and thousands of books dedicated on the subject, law enforcement continues to be plagued with a serious lack of leadership and risk management principles.

yates-finalThis dynamic and unique course is led by Tulsa Police Major Travis Yates, a former International Trainer of the Year by ILEETA, founding member of the Below 100 Initiative and the Editor In Chief of Law Officer Magazine.

This course will prepare first responders from all ranks to be courageous in their principles in order to give those under their control a safer working environment.  While many leadership courses focus on theory, this course focuses on practice and the principles taught will help the leader immediately and “de-centralized” leadership is emphasized so every police officer from every rank can be inspired to be a leader.

“This class was the highlight of our annual conference.  I was on the edge of my seat throughout the day.  Thank you!”
Tom, Oregon Peace Officers Association

This course discusses the following important aspects of leadership that brings a modern day perspective that the profession needs.  Learn what it means to have:

Courageous Character 

Courageous Competency

Courageous Policy

Courageous Training

Courageous Community

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“I believe every police officer to the chief should take this course.  This made me a better police officer and  a better person.”  James Turner

“The instructor was very well prepared and maintained constant class participation.  The course was current and should be required for first line supervisors and management.  Management needs to learn that if they don’t provide immediate and consistent information to their officers and public it will be fabricated by others that don’t have the relevant information.”

Commander Jack T. Nelsen
California Department of Justice


Read The Exclusive Courageous Leadership Articles via PoliceOne & Law Officer:

Why Do Good Cops Turn Into Bad Leaders?

Courageous Empowerment

Courageous Feedback

Major Travis Yates is one of the most prolific law enforcement writers in the industry.  He has written hundreds of articles and has been interviewed in various publications including CNN and USA Today.

Read his articles via Law Officer Magazine

Read his articles via Police One


“Your class was undoubtedly one of the best ones my officers have had in many years.”
  Major Chris Boyd, Fort Smith Police Department