2020 MEETING SCHEDULE

 

          December 17-18          Regular Meeting

2021 MEETING SCHEDULE   

February 11-12

April 22-23

August 12-13

October 7-8

December 9-10

Regular Meeting

Regular Meeting

Regular Meeting

Regular Meeting

Regular Meeting

MEETING LOCATION & LODGING                                                                                 VIRTUAL TRAINING DOCUMENTS

LaQuinta Inn                                                                                                                                                     Zoom Meeting Links

400 Russell Parkway                                                                                                             

Forsyth, Georgia 31029                                                                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                            

Phone: 478-885-2500                                                                                                              

GPAC Rate: $85/night

REGISTER NOW FOR DECEMBER TRAINING

UPCOMING MEETING DETAILS

Thursday, December 17th

All Things Certification and Accreditation - Click Here to Join the Meeting

Instructors: GPAC Executive Board

  • This 8 hour course is designed for all certification and accreditation managers – from beginners to experts.  The course will cover the process from start to finish to include; program rules, writing written directives, using the best proofs, building your files, tracking your progress, and assessments.

Friday, December 18th

De-escalation and Duty to Intervene - Click Here to Join the Meeting

Instructor: Harry Hess, Assistant Chief of Police (Clarkston, GA)

  • This 2 hour course is designed to provide an overview of de-escalation techniques that may be helpful in reducing the need to use force.  In addition, the course will explain the legal and moral obligation law enforcement personnel have regarding their duty to intervene.