In this free, 45-minute webinar, University of Kentucky’s Chief of Police, Joe Monroe shares:
- How the agency had staff scheduling limitations that caused challenges with overtime management, staff fatigue, and morale
- Why it’s important to have a complete view of all staff hours worked, including special events, for effective scheduling management
- How the agency has addressed its challenges through implementing InTime’s scheduling offering
- Learnings from the agency’s implementation experience
Although this is a software vendor webinar, Chief Monroe’s presentation focuses on the agency’s past challenges (many of which other public safety agencies face), as well as its current successes. This presentation is not a product feature discussion or demonstration.
About Our Presenter
Chief Monroe began his law enforcement career in 1991. Since joining the University of Kentucky Police Department in 1994, he has advanced through the ranks from a Patrol Officer, Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant, Major of Administration, to his current role as Chief of Police.
Chief Monroe also serves as a course curriculum developer and trainer for the United States Department of Homeland Security and the Office for Domestic Preparedness training programs where his instruction has focused primarily on crowd management, incident command, sports and special event management training programs.
In 2020, Chief Monroe was named the President of the Kentucky Association of Chiefs of Police.