Participants in CPI’s 120-hour Full Executive Leadership Series will receive practical instruction on all facets of police leadership, with instruction that expands to address executive level police leadership concerns. Students will begin with Intro to Organizational Management; a 24-hour block of practical instruction on leadership, career development, procedural justice, current topics in police leadership, and SMART Training from UTD’s Center for Brain Health; and Introduction to Leadership, which dedicates 16 hours to lecture, discussions and reading on advanced topics in practical leadership, conflict resolution, and leadership transitions. Moving into more advanced coursework for Foundations of Leadership, students will engage in 40 hours of foundational leadership considerations including communication; motivation; political management and public testimony; legislative updates; case studies; future trends in policing; and complete selected readings and assignments. As a capstone, the Executive Leadership Series offers skills and training for top tier police executives including practical community policing discussions; advanced topics in servant leadership; advanced communication with stakeholders; Constitutional law; public value; and much more. Students will receive copies of “Fred Factor” by Mark Sandborn; “Extreme Ownership” by Jocko Willinik; and “The Dichotomy of Leadership” by Jocko Willinik.