and the MISSOURI CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT Presents...
How to Improve Organizational Effectiveness
OCTOBER 5, 2018
MISSOURI CITY, TEXAS (Houston Area)
Eligible for TCOLE APPROVAL
The purpose of this course is to provide participants with an introduction to the various aspects relating to law enforcement staff inspections and how to build a highly effective program from the ground up.
It is incumbent upon every law enforcement agency administrator to ensure a system of checks and balances exist within their department. Creating an organizational environment that establishes standards for risk management, accountability and efficiency through continuous audits and inspections, will allow managers a constant self-evaluation and a method to identify areas of success and areas requiring improvement. This is particularly crucial in areas of high liability, including; selection, use of force, internal investigations, biased based profiling, protected records management, evidence and property, fiscal activities, and all aspects of training.
This fast paced classdelivers useful information for implementing agency staff inspections and evaluating agency policies and procedures in accordance with established, proven professional practices. The course will identify several critical areas that require careful inspection, specific responsibilities of agency inspectors, and the role of the chief executive and command staff in supporting the process.
After taking this training, participants will be able to:
- Understand the overall staff inspection process to improve organizational effectiveness.
- Apply comprehensive staff inspections to every division within the agency - operational, performance, fiscal, training and all high liability areas.
- Develop strategies for agency and community buy-in.
- Establish accountability and performance expectations.
- Construct and implement standards from the ground up based on best business practices and departmental goals.
- Developing a systematic approach to audits and inventories.
- Make recommendations for corrective action based on non-punitive measures.
- Provide management direction on policy revisions to meet acceptable standards.
- Act as the agency liaison to outside risk management teams and external auditors.
- Provide assistance, as well as assessment, in the area of accountability, performance measure initiatives, and compliance with laws, regulations and internal policies in carrying out programs.
Commander Brad Hodge is a 28 year law enforcement veteran. He attended the Institute of Public Safety in Gainesville, Florida, Eastern Florida State College, University of North Florida, University of Virginia and finally the University of Central Florida's College of Public Administration. Commander Hodge is a graduate of the 218
th session of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.
Commander Hodge is responsible for the Criminal Investigations Division, Communications Division, Professional Standards and Accreditation, Training, Internal Affairs and all department matters in the absence of the Satellite Beach Chief of Police. He reviews agency policies and practices in accordance with state accreditation and legal standards and oversight of all internal audits and inspections.
Commander Hodge is a documented subject matter expert through the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and is a certified Accreditation Assessor and Team Leader for the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation. He routinely travels with a team of assessors to other law enforcement agencies throughout the state to evaluate their ability to meet and maintain state accreditation requirements. He is an active member of the Florida Police Chief's Association, Brevard Police Chief's Association and the FBI National Academy Association.
All members of the criminal justice community. This course will be particularly valuable for command and supervisory personnel and new professional standards/accreditation staff members. Training will benefit those who are considering implementation of a structured staff inspection program or agencies that are newly involved in, or considering accreditation.
- Missouri City Police Department
3849 Cartwright Road
Missouri City, Texas 77459
DATES & TIMES:
· Friday, October 5, 2018
· Class starts at 8:00 AM Sharp - and ends at 5:00 PM (Local Time)
$199 per person
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Claude A. Pichard, Training Force USA