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The Intersection of Social Work and Law Enforcement (WEBINAR - 1 CE)

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This webinar will demonstrate the value of infusing social work principles with work in the criminal justice system, and give real life examples of how this work is impacting the daily interactions of police and the community they serve within Washtenaw County. It also addresses the social worker’s role in the larger national dialogue around police/community relations.

Learning Objectives:
1. Participants will learn how to integrate social work principles into daily criminal justice activities.
2. Participants will hear information about how social workers within Washtenaw County are leading police/community dialogues. 

Presenter: Derrick Jackson, LMSW. Since 2008 Derrick has served as the Director of Community Engagement for the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office. As a social worker and Certified Law Enforcement Officer he has a unique perspective and role in building bridges between law enforcement and the communities they serve.

 

Once registering and paying for the course you will get access to view the webinar (through a downloadable pdf file), as well as receive a link to complete the post test. Attendees need to answer 80% of the content questions correctly in order to receive credit for the course. All continuing education certificates will be emailed within 30 days of completion of the post test.

 

For questions, contact the NASW-Michigan office at 517-487-1548, ex 15 or at dbreijak@nasw-michigan.org.

 

Continuing Education: 1 CE is available for social workers. $19 for NASW members, $29 for non-members.

 

NASW-Michigan is an approved provider with the Michigan Social Work Continuing Education Collaborative, Provider Number MICEC-0017. This program is approved for 1.0 social work continuing education clock hour. Social workers (under the new General Rules) can earn up to half (22.5) of the required 45 hours of continuing education through alternative learning methods, such as this webinar.

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