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Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving Training

Hours: 8
Tuition: $95
 

Program Information:

If there is one thing that frustrates a police officer,it's responding to the same calls involving the same people and the same locations repeatedly .Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving techniques can help officers identify and mobilize resources within the community to solve problems,ultimately reducing crime and repeat calls for service. Officers who engage in this style of policing experience less frustration and improved job satisfaction. This training does not diminish the importance of traditional policing and enforcement. Rather, the presenter demonstrates methods of identifying community problems, analyzing the underlying causes, using intelligence and developing effective strategies. This training not only introduces academic concepts, but demonstrates real life examples on community engagement and successful problem solving.

Topical Areas:

  • Community Oriented Policing
  • Problem Oriented Policing
  • Intelligence led Policing
  • Exploring the relationship between social disorder and crime

Instructor: Bill Bongle

Bill is a 26 year veteran of the Green Bay Police Department Captain of one of the Green Bay's four police districts. He help establish Green Bay's first Community Policing Program in 1995. He also implemented a number of initiatives including:Green Bay's chronic nuisance abatement program, the "Armadillo", nuisance abatement surveillance vehicle the "Wheel of Warrants", You Tube program the "No Serve List" for chronic alcohol abusers and the WOW awards employee recognition program. Bill has been training police officers for the last 14 years and has been a presenter at conferences throughout the U.S. and the U.K.


**Cancellations for this class must be received by SLEA 35 days prior to the start of the program in order to avoid being billed!**

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