Resource | October 18, 2019

PTI Resources

A series of useful resources for those looking for more information on PTI and the work about police-youth interactions

Thank you for your interest in the Police Training Institute’s Connecting Youth & Communities with Law Enforcement training program. Below are links to downloadable documents available to provide in-depth information about the program, including evaluation of the program and its implementation in representative cities.

PTI Evaluation Report - Having already conducted a study of the program’s implementation in two sites, our parent organization, Council for a Strong America was interested in developing information regarding the success of the program in achieving outcomes related to police behavior and attitudes. This study involved police training conducted in Salt Lake City, UT; Dallas, TX; Sacramento, CA; and the Compton area of Los Angeles, CA, between October 2017 and April 2018.

PTI 4-Page CYCLE Curriculum - This document provides details on the CYCLE curriculum, as well as a brief description of the development process.

PTI Train the Trainer (TTT) Evaluation Report - This document provides details on the CYCLE training program outcome.

Tri-Fold Brochure - This brochure provides an easy way for interested parties to share a snapshot of the CYCLE program with others.

PTI Site Reports - PTI writes a substantial report following each CYCLE training. In these site reports, we detail the numbers and demographics of participants, report on the results of the pre- and post-training law enforcement and youth surveys measuring change in knowledge and attitude toward the other group, and report on what worked and didn’t work for the participants. We also include an Appendix of verbatim comments left by participants.

Train the Trainer Site Reports - PTI compiles a comprehensive report following each Train the Trainer session. In these site reports, we provide detail about our participants, pre- and psot-training questionnaires and module reviews. We include an Appendix of verbatim comments left by participants.

Letters of Support from partner law enforcement agencies and community-based organizations:

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