On the final episode of this mini-series, VSC Education Coordinator Emilie Mitchell sat down with The Deputy Chief Probation Officer of the Department of Juvenile Justice Omar M. Bohler and the Undersheriff of Orange County’s Sheriff Office Mark Canty to chat about Implicit Bias. Learn about the dif
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On the final episode of this mini-series, VSC Education Coordinator Emilie Mitchell sat down with The Deputy Chief Probation Officer of the Department of Juvenile Justice Omar M. Bohler and the Undersheriff of Orange County’s Sheriff Office Mark Canty to chat about Implicit Bias. Learn about the difference between implicit and explicit bias, how implicit bias can affect BIPOC individuals, and how we can hold space for these important conversations to ultimately break down barriers and structural racism.
Omar M. Bohler uses he/him pronouns and is the current Deputy Chief Probation Officer at the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. Omar comes with over 20 years of Military service experience and has been with the DJJ for 15 years. Omar conducts various trainings focusing on implicit bias and fair and equitable treatment.
Undersheriff Mark J. Canty uses he/him pronouns and, after graduating from Northwestern University, started working in the Urban League in Orlando which made him realize that a career in law enforcement was his calling. He has worked with the Orlando Police Department over his 22-year career and was appointed Deputy Chief in 2017, and in 2019 he was appointed Undersheriff of the Orange County Sheriff’s Office. Undersheriff Canty is driven by a desire to make a bigger impact in his community and beyond, by making connections with young people before they are in trouble.
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