New Perspectives on Community Policing
New Perspectives on Community Policing is a free, web-based training course that examines the key components of community policing: community partnerships, organizational transformation, and problem solving.
COURSE RUN TIME: 4 HOURS
About This Course
The course introduces this new perspective on community policing and offers an overview of the dramatic shifts and challenges that are faced by law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve. New Perspectives on Community Policing also offers problem-solving tools, examples of successful police and community partnerships, and numerous community-policing resources.
New Perspectives on Community Policing has been developed as a modular online training that will require an absolute minimum of 4 hours to complete. However its technology-enhanced design allows participants to start, stop, and resume the training based on their schedules and the demands of the day. Flexible, interactive, and relevant, the course offers participants an outstanding opportunity to gain new insights on community policing and its role in today’s complex world.
This tuition-free online training was a joint partnership between the Virginia Center for Policing Innovation (VCPI) and the Western Community Policing Institute (WCPI), and was originally supported by cooperative agreement 2008-CK-WX-K003 by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS).
This course is ideal for all law enforcement and criminal justice professionals, as well as any community-policing stakeholders.
The Virginia Center for Policing Innovation (VCPI) is a nonprofit organization that provides innovative community policing training, technical assistance, and program management services to law enforcement organizations and the communities they serve throughout the United States.
Western Community Policing Tribal Training Institute provides innovative nationwide training and technical support on issues vital to community safety, focusing on tribal policing.