Actively Caring for People in Schools
Seven research-based lessons from psychology―the science of human experience―inspire the development of an actively caring for people (AC4P) culture. The education/training purpose: to enhance long-term positive and sustainable relations between teachers, students, school administrators, and SROs, and in turn cultivate an optimal teaching/learning climate and prevent interpersonal conflict and bullying behavior.
Both education and training are provided. Each research-based principle for AC4P intervention is explained and followed by questions or scenarios to facilitate group discussion. Behavioral exercises are given to practice each principle and receive supportive and corrective feedback for continuous improvement.
Actively Caring for People Policing
Challenging Punitive “Police Culture”
Police play a key role in creating a community of compassion. Geller and Kipper instruct how to create an Actively Caring for People (AC4P) culture. Inspired by behavioral science, Actively Caring for People Policing imparts seven critical lessons, real-world examples, and exercises for applying the lessons in readers’ communities. Law enforcement relations have been particularly tense in recent years, but with a better understanding of community and psychology, police and citizens can better communicate and ensure peace with Geller and Kipper’s research and guidance.
Actively Caring for People Policing is published under NCPCV Press, an imprint of Morgan James Publishing. All rights reserved.
This concise guide is designed to answer the plea heard all over America, “What should I do?”
No BULLIES is published under NCPCV Press, an imprint of Morgan James Publishing. All rights reserved.
The best-selling book No COLORS sounds an alarm of a national gang crisis that will alert you to the need to react, now.
No COLORS is an inspiring direction finder and a guide. It gives citizens, community and business leaders, elected and appointed officials, educators and clergy clear instructions on best practices across America and Canada to help municipalities stand against gangs and youth violence.
No COLORS is published under NCPCV Press, an imprint of Morgan James Publishing. All rights reserved.