As most of you know, the Wiley Law Office specializes in Labor and Employment law, including labor negotiations, employment advising, investigations and employer representation. Many of you may not be aware that for the last twelve years, we have also specialized in advising law enforcement in many aspects of their work. Our firm President Greg Wiley is committed to training law enforcement personnel in empathy-first police training.
His years of work as the Executive Director of the Institute for Lawful, Safe and Effective Policing, or ILSEP, a non-profit business focused on putting police officers in real-world stressful situations via virtual reality training, is culminating later this month, when ILSEP will conduct its first training exercises for officers at REM5 Labs in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.
ILSEP’s training exercises are being introduced at the same time the Minnesota Post Board has adopted new requirements for officers to be trained in working with diverse populations and receiving education on the history of racism in policing in America. ILSEP is at the forefront of the movement, and combines cutting-edge training exercises with content one typically wouldn’t see in police training exercises.
ILSEP was recently featured in a segment on KSTP news, which can be seen here.
If you or your organization are interested in top-of-the-line training that fulfills important requirements for officers across the state of Minnesota, check out the ILSEP website, or contact the Institute to set up training for your officers today.