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Police Chiefs' Association of Orange County Police (map)

01/02/20 – 01/22/20

520 Sue Kelly Ave. New Windsor, NY 
Monday through Friday
Classroom is 0800-1600 hrs.
Course is free to Chiefs' Association member agencies. $900 to outside agencies.

Students cannot miss more than ten percent of this course or they will not be awarded the appropriate certificate. 

Newly appointed first-line police supervisors of any rank to complete this course within one year of their appointment, or forfeit their position. The curriculum provides a learning experience that assists the newly-appointed supervisor in making the transition from the rank-and-file to management. Through practical exercises, the trainees learn to successfully apply acquired skills to a wide range of realistic supervisory problems. The curriculum provides a wide range of general subjects such as communication skills, both written and oral, techniques of counseling and discipline, ethics, crime prevention, community policing, incident management, and police use of force incidents. The curriculum also provides for updating the trainees knowledge of criminal and procedure law and stresses the concept of vicarious liability. During the course, the trainee will be exposed to a wide variety of management styles, thereby allowing the individual to be flexible and utilize the one most appropriate to each situation. Finally, the curriculum prepares the trainee to successfully meet the present challenges of police supervision and to realistically anticipate and plan for any situation.

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