Community-Oriented Policing & Problem Solving: “The Past, Present, and Future of Law Enforcement”
Harry P. Dolan Chief of Police (Ret.)
Bill Bongle Captain, Green Bay Police Department, WI (Ret.)
Many law enforcement agencies have a reputation of being progressive, forward-thinking and community-oriented. This course was created to help secure and strengthen this reputation with regard to community-oriented policing and problem solving.
Overview the History of Community Policing
Identifying Today’s Policing Challenges
Policing Strategies Throughout The Decades
Problem Solving with SARA
Relationship Between Social Disorder and Community Engagement
Pareto 80/20 Rule and Community Quality Of Life
Predictive Policing; From Crime Mapping to 7/24 Intelligence Led Operational Support
What has experience and empirical research evidence revealed about what police can do to improve citizen satisfaction?
What steps can law enforcement agencies take to improve citizen satisfaction?
Factors found to influence general citizen satisfaction with the police