Law Enforcement Advisory Panel:

The Florida League of Cities is committed to the spirit of public service and recognizes the tremendous energy, dedication, sacrifices and compassion needed to give unselfishly to one’s community.  The League, Florida and our nation are stronger and better because of the public servants who choose to serve and lead.  To assist FMIT-insured law enforcement public servants in their effort to promote excellence in professional policing, the Florida League of Cities Law Enforcement Advisory Panel (LEAP) was formed on February 13, 2015.  This panel meets quarterly to discuss innovations and ideas, losses incurred, loss prevention, and current events.  


LEAP’s Vision:
• The vision of FMIT LEAP is to foster a spirit of cooperation within the law enforcement community, to recognize that risk management is a key factor in reducing injury and tragedy within our ranks through training and policy review and providing perspective to the FLC to effect best practices in pursuit of a reduction of risk.

LEAP’s Goals:  
• Foster a spirit of cooperation within the law enforcement community, to recognize that risk management is a key factor in reducing injury and tragedy within our ranks through training and policy review and providing perspective to the FLC to effect best practices in pursuit of a reduction of risk. 
• Mitigating risk law enforcement education.
• Reducing law enforcement exposure to risk.
• Preventing and reducing law enforcement exposure to risk.

For more information, click here or contact:

Sam Slay, LEAP Director, Risk Control Consultant, Florida League of Cities, Inc.
Cell: (850) 596-7335

 
Anita Wick, LEAP Administrator, Risk Control Specialist, Florida League of Cities, Inc.
Direct: (407) 367-1734

 


Law Enforcement Webinar Training

FMIT Member Law Enforcement Agencies can participate in FREE Law Enforcement webinar training sessions throughout the year. All are conducted by Jack Ryan of the PATC Legal & Liability Risk Management Institute. Your staff can attend these webinar sessions individually, or as a group in a training room/conference room setting with unlimited attendees. There is no limit to how many webinars you can attend.

As an added benefit, during each webinar, participants have the ability to send to the webinar host questions and/or comments, which are addressed at the conclusion of the webinar. This allows for the sharing of information among all webinar participants. Upon completion, all webinar participants will receive a one-hour training certificate via e-mail.

For more information, contact Anita Wick by email or by phone at (800) 445-6248 x1734 or (407) 367-1734.