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Being a Law Enforcement Analyst: Challenges, Positive Psychology, and Mental Fitness
Join GeoTime and guest presenter Clive Maxheath, Public Sector Executive Coach, on January 28th for an interactive webinar that explores ideas concerning Law Enforcement Analyst challenges and positive psychology, along with actionable takeaways that encourage improved mental health in the analyst role.

By the end of this webinar you will:
- Have an overview of the unique challenges of the LEA role, and the resulting impact on personal mental health.
- Learn about LEA positive psychology and what makes the role a job worth doing.
- Be provided several resources to encourage a personal exploration of the topics and themes discussed.

We hope to see you there! Register now and take our short survey below to save your spot.


* This webinar is limited to law enforcement only. Please register with your agency email.
** This webinar is eligible for a Certificate of Attendance. To receive a certificate, registrants must attend the webinar live. Certificates will be sent 1-2 business days after the webinar.

Jan 28, 2021 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Clive Maxheath
Public Sector Executive Coach
Joining the Metropolitan Police Service in 2003 Clive went on to have a 15-year career as a law enforcement analyst. Clive specialised in communications data analysis, spending much of his time working on serious and organised crime cases. For the last 5 years of his career in an additional role, Clive spent a significant amount of time supporting officers and staff as an internal coach and mentor. Outside of law enforcement Clive has been coaching for over 9 years. He is trained by CTI (Coaches Training Institute) and in 2019 became ACC accredited by the ICF (International Coaching Federation). In 2019 Clive left the police service initially to take up a role at home as a stay-at-home dad. In 2020 Clive expanded his coaching practices to include a number of clients and projects connected with supporting professionals working in the public sector.