leo573 | Graduate

Organizational Performance, Analysis, And Decision Making

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This course explores methods to track and measure an organization’s overall performance and how to use the data collected to align and actuate future decisions. Topics include empirical practices in performance measurement, mining, and filtering data; effectively communicating research results, and application of innovative knowledge for future decision making. Students also study modern evaluation methods to analyze neoteric organizational decisions.

This graduate-level course is 6 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6

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    Planning for Law Enforcement of the Future

    • Identify the elements of a successful law enforcement agency.

    • Predict how future technologies may affect law enforcement management and administration.

    • Develop law enforcement agency goals using a focused approach.

    • Analyze how law enforcement performance management may change in the future.

    Law Enforcement Performance Measurement: The Employee

    • Conduct an employee performance evaluation.

    • Identify key factors for evaluation of law enforcement personnel.

    • Develop strategies for performance improvement.

    • Develop strategies to improve employee leadership skills.

    Organizational Management and Law Enforcement Leadership

    • Identify the characteristics of effective law enforcement leadership.

    • Describe the four types of law enforcement organizations.

    • Explain the three major decision-making models.

    Proactive Data Driven Approaches in Law Enforcement Leadership

    • Describe the processes of gathering and evaluating law enforcement data.

    • Explain how data can be used to determine organizational decision making.

    • Determine the relationship between problem-oriented policing and risk-based evidence.
    • Develop strategies to lead community-oriented policing agencies.

    Administration of Law Enforcement Organizations in the Age of Technology

    • Describe the effects of new technologies on law enforcement.

    • Explain the effects of technological changes on communication in law enforcement management.

    • Explain how technology has changed interagency communication.

    Law Enforcement Performance Measurement: The Organization

    • Identify key factors in organizational performance.

    • Develop organizational strategies using performance management.

    • Describe best practices for performance management in law enforcement.

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