Over 95% of participants rated aspects of the training “very valuable” or “valuable”.
“Fogbreak Justice led a half-day training for 100 attorneys and staff in our office. The training was informative, interesting, and interactive. Learning about bias and strategies for reducing bias is imperative for criminal justice professionals of all kinds.”
-Sonoma County Assistant District Attorney
The presenters made great eye contact and [were] very engaging during the presentation. [They were] very approachable with
-Sonoma County District
It is without reservation that I would recommend [this] program to other communities and law enforcement agencies...In baseball parlance you hit a home run and your presentation is still the talk of the town. Read more
-Chief of Police, City of Lafayette, California
[Fogbreak's] teaching style lends itself to a fully engaged audience. I have been in policing twenty years and never seen a group of officers as engaged as they were during this training....By the end of the training it was clear that we are all partners in working to deliver justice for all.
-New Hampshire Police Chief
[The most valuable part of this training] was bringing up the issue itself and providing various examples and take-aways to help reduce implicit bias in myself and to encourage others [to do so, too.]
-San Francisco Public
I’ve done two implicit bias trainings before but this was first rate, analytical, entertaining, concise, and thought-provoking.
An engaging training, which effectively introduces implicit bias and procedural justice concepts. You’ll walk away empowered and motivated to practice new strategies that reduce the influence of bias.
Assistant City Manager and Human Resources Manager, East Bay City
Your engaging style and creative, interactive style which had us connecting in a significant way, really set the tone for successful staff development sessions. Read more
-Clerk of the Circuit Court of Cook County