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Center for Applied Insight Conflict Resolution

Template Licensing Agreement

Summary:

Assist social impact organization that provides tailored conflict resolution training to police officers draft a template licensing agreement.

Referred by:

Jurisdiction(s): U.S.
About the Organization: Center for Applied Insight Conflict Resolution (CAICR) offers specialized, tailored conflict resolution and communication training, especially in the public sector. Their primary program is Insight Policing, a strategic observation, communication and questioning skillset for law enforcement officers grounded in the science of conflict decision-making.
Legal Entity Type: For-profit
SDG(s): Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions
Legal Issue(s):

Currently, CAICR provides Insight Policing trainings for officers. However, they would like to move to a “train-the-trainer” model, where they train officers to provide the trainings within their own agencies, negating the need for a third party to come in and conduct sessions. Their primary ask is for assistance drafting a template licensing agreement to allow for this “train-the-trainer” model. They would also like to ensure the trainers provide the trainings as instructed, and only within their own agencies. This can likely be covered in the initial licensing agreement, but if not, they’d appreciate assistance with an agreement between CAICR and individual trainers.