Combating Crime Through Community Policing Initiatives

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Location: NWTC Public Safety Training Center
2565 Larson Rd
Green Bay, WI 54303
Room: GBTH202 Front Classroom

The Community Resource Officer (CRO) is one of the most dynamic and influential positions within a police department. A CRO must be highly motivated and have a sound understanding of innovative and creative methods in combating crime. The CRO must be the "Swiss Army Knife" of the police department and have a sound understanding of all aspects of policing. Topics to be covered include: collaboration with other agencies, creating partnerships, youth leadership, youth & community programs, nuisance abatement, drug investigations, community event development, traffic interdictions, leadership, use of social media, asset forfeiture, gang and drug investigations, crime prevention through environmental design, tactics for patrol, and much more! A CRO is a specialist who is the catalyst behind overall crime prevention within any community policing unit or department.

This eight-hour course is designed for police officers looking to review or improve their skills in community policing initiatives. This course will give officers insight and understanding of how to create a CRO position and what strategies to utilize to be effective.

Activity: Attendees will be given time in class to research, plan, and develop a community policing event or program that they may want to implement in their communities/departments.

$99.00 / person
Location: 2565 Larson Rd - Room: GBTH202 Front Classroom
Latitude: 44.530685
Longitude: -88.099862
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