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Training must be constant and rigorous organizations and members thereof must have the ability and willingness to learn mistakes of the past.


Courageous Leaders develop their officers on a daily basis so they are ready and prepared when crisis hits.


While there are hundreds of leadership courses and thousands of books dedicated to the subject, law enforcement continues to be plagued with a serious lack of leadership and risk management principles.  The Courageous Leadership Seminar is designed for all ranks and discusses vital aspects of leadership that is practical for all attending.  Attendees will discover what it means to have Courageous Character, Courageous Competency, Courageous Policy, Courageous Training and Courageous Community. Sergeant Josh Johnson says that it is the “best class” he has ever taken on leadership and we think you will agree.


This course is for all ranks. The problem with Law Enforcement Leadership (LEL) is that we have only focused on leadership once someone “makes rank.” Virtually every major scandal in law enforcement had first line officers present that failed in a leadership role. We must decentralize leadership to the first day police officer to the chief.

Travis Yates

Travis Yates


This dynamic and unique course is led by Tulsa Police Major Travis Yates, a former International Trainer of the Year by ILEETA, co-founder of the Below 100 Initiative and the Editor In Chief of Law Officer Magazine.

This course will prepare first responders from all ranks to be courageous in their principles in order to give those under their control a safer working environment.  While many leadership courses focus on theory, this course focuses on practice and the principles taught will help the leader immediately and “de-centralized” leadership is emphasized so every police officer from every rank can be inspired to be a leader.


There is no other leadership class in our profession that comes close to Courageous Leadership by Law Officer. Here what those who have attanded are saying.

“This class is absolutely outstanding.”

Nathan Mendes

Officer, California Narcotics Officers Association

“The best presentation I have had in over 22 years in law enforcement.” 

Michael Huber

Sgt., McMinnville, OR Police Department

Very good class. Travis Yates presented well and challenged everyone in attendance to be bold and courageous in their leadership.

Daniel Douglas

Officer, Anoka County Sheriff's Office

“This class should be required for every single police officer in America.”

Jason Cummings

Officer, Claremore Police Department

Powerful presentation on what it takes to be a true leader in the Law Enforcement profession today.” 

Augustin M Pruneda, III

Officer, Bexar County Sheriff's Office

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“This class should be required for every single police officer in America.” 

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