Solving Crime and Disorder Problems

STUDENTS ENROLLED

    Course Abstract
    Designed for Police leaders and professionals who are looking to enhance and improve their decision making and problem solving skills to achieve successful outcomes; the course is highly interactive and works on students day to day problems and experiences to develop new ways of solving them.

    Course Description
    Critical thinking and the ability to create solutions to problems significantly enhance the way policing is delivered today and general business potential. Leaders and decision makers must use a variety of methodologies and creative processes in order to operate successfully in certain situations. This course will allow students to develop their skills as a problem solver and individuals will learn how to influence and control their own personal thinking preferences using tools and techniques based on latest research

    Learning Outcomes

    • To be able to accurately diagnose problems and determine the reasons and requirements to resolve them.
    • Learn how to use statistical models and methods in dealing with problems.
    • The use of appropriate methods to evaluate alternatives and make decisions.
    • To be able to follow up the implementation of decisions and evaluate their ability to solve problems.

    The course is made up of the following units:

    SARA and Problem Solving

    Statistical analysis

    Improving Trust and Confidence and reducing crime

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    • EXPIRED

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    Abu Dhabi, Khaledia,
    Commercial Bank of Dubai Building,
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    18, Soho Square, London, W1D 3Q
    0203 755 5344

    The London Policing College is a trading name of Rod Jarman Associates Ltd a Company registered In the United Kingdom No: 07460380; Registered address: 46-54 High Street , Ingatestone, Essex CM4 9DW.

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