RGI 1-Day "Conflict Resolution Course" - Intro/Refresher
The Ethical Protector
Session 1 - June 20, 2019
Session 2 - June 21, 2019
What is the RGI Conflict Resolution Course?
- Deal effectively with difficult, disruptive and dangerous people
- Improve Community Relations
- Avoid negative publicity and civil liability issues
The RGI Conflict Resolution course is a 1 day intensive training
experience for protector professionals who want to enhance their ability
to resolve physical, verbal and cross-cultural conflict. It also
functions as a "refresher course" for those who have taken previous
RGI training. Top conflict
resolution specialists from the law enforcement, military and martial
art worlds will facilitate the course (please see bios).
Participation in the course results in a Level I certification in
RGI Conflict Resolution Skills. It is a synergistic course covering
the following elements:
This 1 day course utilizes a combination of lectures,
group discussion, and physical training scenarios.
As a participant you will:
- Develop a better understanding of moral values and ethics as
they pertain to your life and profession.
- Understand the art of keeping the "moral compass" calibrated.
- Learn to communicate better under stress to resolve conflict.
- Learn how to deal more effectively with cultural differences
regardless of whether or not you "know" the culture.
- Enhance your tactical and technical physical defensive skills.
Who Should Attend
This course is open to anyone:
- Patrol Officers and Field Training Officers
- Leaders in military, law enforcement, mental health, business,
- Prior RGI attendees who desire a “refresher” on the basic skills.
Note: The training
is very mildly physical and does not require any special level of physical fitness.
Session 1 - June 20, 2019
Session 2 - June 21, 2019
830am - 500pm
Pine Hill Police Department
48 W. 6th Avenue
Pine Hill, NJ
Cost: $150 per person
($50 per person for agencies covered by the
Camden County Municipal JIF)
Scheduled Contributors (subject to minor changes)
Alexander “Alex” S. Carney left active duty in 2017 after
serving ten years in the United States Marine Corps as a decorated
Special Operations Officer in the Marine Special Operations
Command (MARSOC), as well as an infantry officer and joint terminal
air controller in 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment. Alex served
as the ground force commander or joint terminal air controller
for over 30 high-risk direct action raids in support of Operation
Enduring Freedom across his career, led sensitive counter-terrorism
missions in the southern Philippines, and served as the lead
advisor to many foreign special operations units. He is the
recipient of multiple awards for valor in combat, to include
the Bronze Star.
Mr. Hoban is President of RGI. He is a speaker, writer and Subject
Matter Expert (SME) for the U.S. Marine Corps Martial Arts Program
(MCMAP). He has led over 500 workshops and seminars around the
world. He has addressed the FBI, universities, and other government
and private organizations on ethics and martial arts over the
last two decades. His business and military experiences, as
well as an extensive 30-year background in martial arts, give
him a unique and interesting perspective.
Mitchell A. Little is Chief of the Toms River New Jersey Police
Department. Inspired by his father, who rose to the rank of
Deputy Chief of the Toms River Police Department, Chief Little
began his career with the Toms River Police Department in 1986
and was soon named Ocean County Police Chief’s and Fraternal
Order of Police Officer of the Year for his actions involving
a motor vehicle accident. He is a 5th Degree Black Belt in Korean
Tae Kwon Do and a Black Belt in Japanese Karate and Jujitsu.
He developed the department’s defensive tactics program as well
as the defensive tactics program at the Ocean County Police
Academy where he taught for 10 years and was a six time recipient
of the “Instructor of the Year” award. He graduated from Stockton
State College with a Bachelor Degree in Criminal Justice and
successfully completed the Northwestern University School of
Police Staff and Command. In 2005 he obtained a Master’s Degree
in Administrative Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Joseph C. Shusko is a decorated veteran who served the United
States Marine Corps for over 35 years. He is an accomplished
aviator who spent the majority of his career flying helicopters.
While serving as a White House Liaison Officer (WHLO) at HMX-1,
he was designated a Presidential Helicopter Pilot under the
Reagan Administration. In August of 2003 he assumed command
of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Center of Excellence. He is
now serving as the Deputy overseeing the Corps' Martial Arts
Program. He is also a Stafford Sheriff Department volunteer
Officer. He has taught "Values" throughout the United States
and abroad. He has been instructing and participating in martial
arts and physical fitness since the early 1970's. Joe earned
a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Rider College.
He is also a 3rd Degree Instructor Trainer in the Marine Corps
Martial Arts Program.