Podcast

Episode 1: Welcome to Kammersations!

Length: 3 minutes

Introducing CIS' New Employment Law and HR Podcast!

Join CIS Pre-Loss Attorney, Katie Kammer, for our new employment law podcast where Katie chats about interesting personnel-related topics, unveils helpful tips that you can apply to your everyday work life, and reminds you of those HR pitfalls that you should try to avoid.

CLICK HERE to access every episode!

Onsite Training

2018 CIS Law Enforcement Conference

Aug. 8-10, 2018

At this summer’s CIS Law Enforcement Conference in Redmond, you’ll learn practical tips for dealing with people who are actively trying to bait you into using force. Other conference topics include how to support the health and wellbeing of officers/deputies, strategies for a more thoughtful approach to succession planning, how to develop strength-based leaders on your team, and how “comfort” animals may be used to help crime victims during interviews.

CLICK HERE to register.

Online Learning

CIS Online Learning Tutorials for Entity Admins & Supervisors

In the Course Catalog, select "CLC Trainings" from the selections under "Categories", then select Go button.

Check out the quick links box to the right for more details.

For more information on how to log into the webinars email learn@cisoregon.org

Featured

Successful Governance Courses

We have five courses for elected officials in the online catalog to assist with reducing risk and liability. Each course is 20-30 minutes. Click each title below to login to your Learning Center account and enroll in each course.

1) The Importance of Local Government,
2) Protecting Rights,
3)
Being Ethical and Avoiding Conflicts of Interest,
4)
Managing Multiple Roles, and
5)
Community Leadership Strategy
.

CLICK HERE for a more detailed description of each module.

News

End of Support for IE 9 and 10

Microsoft no longer supports IE 9 and 10, and starting July 28, 2018, SumTotal will no longer support these browser versions. Defects or performance issues that appear only in IE10 or previous versions will not be investigated or addressed.

If you typically use Internet Explorer, it is recommended to use IE 11 or Edge. Chrome or Firefox browsers are also supported. Please notify your supervisor and employees prior to July 28. If users continue to use either of these browsers some functionality may no longer work.