Compassion Fatigue Webinar
February 15, 2023
12pm - 1pm Central Time (US and Canada)
Presented by: Jeff Kaiser, Lead Chaplain, Sarpy County Sheriff's Office
Life has many demands. Sometimes when we draw from our well of life, we don't get the necessary time to refill it because of stress, trauma, and personal & professional demands. We end up starting to resent and maybe despise or have no joy in what we use to love to do. We'll talk about what are some of the symptoms of compassion fatigue - emotionally and physically, and more importantly, how we can come out of it! IT IS FIXABLE! We'll go over some tools you can use that to help you from sliding into burnout and finding joy in your journey again!
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Drug Endangered Children Awareness: What Professionals Need to Know
January 18, 2023
10am - 12pm Central Time (US and Canada)
Presented by: Eric Nation & Stacee Reed
Thousands of children across our country go unidentified, and therefore do not receive necessary care and treatment to heal from the negative impacts of parental or caregiver's substance misuse. The presenters will help participants gain awareness about drug endangered children and the risks they face, as well as understand the many opportunities to identify these youth living in dangerous drug environments. Participants will then learn how to apply a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach, incorporating unique and often limited resources within a community to better care for drug endangered children.
Omaha Gangs 101 Webinar
December 14, 2022
12pm-1:30pm Central Time (US and Canada)
Presented by: Lt. Marcus Taylor
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This webinar will provide an overview of Gangs to include What is a Gang?, the level of affiliations, culture, and trends we are seeing in Omaha. You will also be provided an overview of the Gang Unit and what we are doing to create positive changes through prevention, intervention, and community policing.
About the presenter: Lt. Marcus Taylor
Lieutenant Taylor served in the Uniform Patrol Bureau for the first three years of his career primarily in the Northeast Precinct; he has been a member of the Rapid Deployment Force since it’s inception in 2008. In February of 2008, Lieutenant TAYLOR was accepted into the Criminal Investigation Bureau. After serving in North Investigations, Lieutenant TAYLOR was transferred to the Special Operations Section and spent 7 years serving within various sections of the Omaha Police Gang Unit and Narcotics Unit; during this time he was lead officer in several joint operations with the ATF, DEA, and FBI. In 2011, Lieutenant TAYLOR was selected to be a task force officer with the Department of Homeland Security and maintained those credentials for 4 years until he was promoted to the position of Sergeant. In June 2015, he was promoted to Sergeant and served in the Northeast Precinct. In February of 2016 he was accepted back into the Criminal Investigation Bureau and served as a supervisor within Field Investigations, Assault Unit, and Homicide Unit. In March 2019, was assigned to the Executive Service Bureau Training Academy where he was the Field Training Officer Coordinator and In-Service Coordinator for the entire department. Lieutenant TAYLOR is currently the Commander of the Gang Suppression Unit and assists on the Officer Involved Investigations Team, Peer Support Team with 15 years of CIT experience,Diversity Committee Chairman, and Rapid Deployment Force Chemical Munitions Team Commander.
Lieutenant TAYLOR obtained his Masters Degree in Criminal Justice and Security Administration in the summer of 2011 from the University of Phoenix; he obtained in Bachelors Degree in August 2004 in General Studies with an Emphasis in Health Education; Public Affairs & Community Service.