8 Hour Course

Date/Location:

  • November 1, 2024, Burlington Township Police Department, 851 Old York Road Burlington, NJ 08016

Time:

8:30am – 4:00pm

Course Highlights

  • An introduction into the leadership theories commonly used in Law Enforcement
  • Provide perspective into of the Law Enforcement Executives role in the agency
  • Identify and examine what a successful supervisor looks like early in their careers
  • Identify behaviors that will negatively impact your leadership ability later in your career
  • Identify the common indicators of a good leaders, and indicators of failing leaders
  • In-depth discussions related to self awareness, ineffective supervision

Course Summary

There is an overwhelming need to begin developing our future law enforcement leaders early on in their careers, long before they ever take a promotional exam.

This course is designed to begin developing our future law enforcement leaders by providing them with the knowledge and the alternative perspective required to be a successful leader in the law enforcement profession.  We will be providing our students with an introduction to the common leadership theories used in the law enforcement profession and begin to examine what a successful supervisor looks like in the early stages of their career.  We will identify self sabotaging behaviors that officers engage in early on in their careers that will negatively impact their leadership potential later on.  We will also facilitate difficult discussions related to self-awareness and what ineffective supervision looks like in our profession.