The IACP offers comprehensive Management and Operations surveys to help agencies determine their level of accountability, community satisfaction, cost-effectiveness, compliance with professional standards, and success in crime control.
PATROL STAFFING AND DEPLOYMENT
Ready-made, universally applicable patrol staffing standards do not exist. Ratios, such as officers-per-thousand population, are totally inappropriate as a basis for staffing decisions. Defining patrol staffing allocations and deployment requirements is a complex endeavor which requires consideration of an extensive series of factors and a sizeable body of reliable, current data.
TA focuses on one problem/issue or a limited set of connected problems and issues. Designed to provide immediate, low cost diagnostic and problem solving services.
Concise, authoritative sources of law enforcement information, these six-page, loose-leaf monographs allow law enforcement officers to expand or sharpen their knowledge, skills and abilities on a broad variety of law enforcement practices and procedures.
Organized under the direction of a broad-based advisory board of recognized law enforcement professionals, the center has carried out its mission through the development of a wide variety of model law enforcement policies.
The IACP offers the most comprehensive police executive search service available. Our experienced team recognizes the significance of selecting the new executive leadership and works in partnership with the jurisdiction through all stages of the planning, selection, and transition processes.
A powerful tool for making promotional decisions, an assessment center uses a series of simulated on-the-job challenges to gauge a candidate’s ability to perform the target job.
The IACP recognizes the importance of selecting and advancing the right candidates into leadership positions, understanding that each agency has its own set of challenges and circumstances.