fbpx

officer survey

Police Officer Standing

Do These 3 Things for Better Community Policing

The 3 P’s in Community Policing. People. Policies. Processes First, let’s discuss what Community Policing really is. Community policing has three key components: establishing community partnerships, taking part in problem-solving, and executing community policing organizational elements. For more information about these critical components, read on the tabs below. What are the 3 Ps in Community …

Do These 3 Things for Better Community Policing Read More »

Officers on phone

Ways to improve public perception and increase community engagement

How do you know the public’s perception of the police? Researchers, in particular, are keen on observing the minor details and pondering beyond what is seen. A couple of surveys can go a long way in identifying this information. The data collected through the surveys could be a reliable reference for finding out the department’s …

Ways to improve public perception and increase community engagement Read More »

police lights

3 Crucial Elements That Drive Police Officers to Success

Culture The first element to consider when you want to produce successful police officers is their culture. The meaning of the word differs from its traditional definition because the policing culture talks about the individual behavior, characteristics, and values of a police officer.  This means that you have to consider each of your officer’s cultures …

3 Crucial Elements That Drive Police Officers to Success Read More »

Woman Talking

Strategic Policing Vs. Problem-Solving Policing Vs. Community Policing

Strategic policing  Strategic policing is precisely what it sounds like. It is an organized approach to crime fighting using information from a variety of sources, such as crime analysis and intelligence. It is a proactive way of dealing with criminal elements before they are able to commit the crime. Most importantly, strategic policing focuses on …

Strategic Policing Vs. Problem-Solving Policing Vs. Community Policing Read More »