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Relational Policing For Leaders Course

Behavioral Science Unit, LLC © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learner will understand how prevention, prediction, and prepared response work together to build public trust while maintaining social control.
  • Learner will understand how law enforcement is a functional role of policing not an identity and a police officer uses the peace officer role to prevent crime through community oriented processes and identifying community disruptors, then defines those disruptors as intelligence requirements using intelligence-led policing processes as an intelligence officer who predicts when/where crime will occur, so as a law enforcement officer he/she can use evidence-led policing processes in a prepared response to target the criminal while preserving public trust with the community along the way.​
  • Learner will understand how COP, ILP, ELP must be evidence-based, measured both qualitatively and quantitatively to truly fit Herman Goldstein’s problem oriented policing philosophy.  


This block of instruction will introduce the student to terms and definitions that clarify how the three P’s of policing affect community relationships and crime outcomes.

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