Implementing Intelligence-Led Policing Training Program (IILPTP)Up one level
The Implementing Intelligence-Led Policing Training Program is a day and a half program specifically for chief executives and command level personnel. The course examines the historical aspects of ILP and promotes an understanding of the principles of this important law enforcement philosophy. The course closely looks at the critical elements of ILP and demonstrates how the law enforcement executive can use them to implement their own program. An examination of the organizational challenges and the creation of an internal sharing environment are discussed. The course focuses on the agency’s ability to use ILP to effectively create an external sharing environment and expounds on the laws governing privacy and civil rights. The course emphasizes the need to build community trust and how to use the community as a force multiplier in its crime fighting efforts.
Length: 1½ days
21st Century Policing Strategies
Local Participation in the Information Sharing Environment
Managing Intelligence in Your Agency
Build Local Partnerships and Networking Matching Resources to needs
Building Community Trust
The Intelligence Cycle: A Proactive Approach to Solving Local Crime Problems
Gain awareness of why Intelligence-Led Policing is important
Understand how to apply Intelligence-Led Policing within a law enforcement agency
Learn how Intelligence-Led Policing will enhance the information sharing environment.
Understand how Intelligence-Led Policing will help focus limited resources within an agency
Who Should Attend?
Qualified applicants must be full-time, sworn law enforcement peace officers. Specifically, chief executives and command level personnel.
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- New Iberia, LA -- Mar 25, 2014 to Mar 26, 2014
- Chandler, AZ -- Apr 23, 2014 to Apr 24, 2014
- Ashburn, VA -- Jun 10, 2014 to Jun 11, 2014