Fair & Impartial Policing

Fire/EMS – Line Personnel

Training Programs

Fire/EMS – Line Personnel

(4 hours, 30 attendees)

FIP’s training program for Fire and EMS agencies includes specialized content to address the specific duties of these first responders. This course incorporates the core content of FIP’s curricula and provides examples, scenarios, and research related to the fire and emergency medical services professions. At the completion of this course, attendees will:

  • Understand that even well-intentioned people have biases, 
  • Understand that implicit biases can impact both perceptions and behavior, both within and outside of their professional duties, 
  • Understand that fair and impartial behavior produces just, safe, and effective decision making and actions, and
  • Implement skills to reduce and manage their biases.

“The whole presentation was done in a way that was helpful and never felt like something that was being preached.”

“I can use this in my daily work by maintaining awareness of biases when interacting with the public.”

“This training will help with patient treatment and care.”

“The entire world should take this course.”

“The most useful part of the training was real life examples.”

“I can use this training in my daily work in patient and coworker interactions.”

“The course gave me some insight on where my biases come from. I will further examine my triggers and reactions.”

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