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Mid-Level; Management Management for Police
February 11 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Instructor: John Grimes
- Date: February 11-12, 2020
- Location: RCCC-N, Bldg 400, Room 4133
- Time: 8 am – 5 pm
- Hours: 16
PRINCIPLES OF POLICE SUPERVISION
Upon completion of the first day attendees will have acquired additional skills and knowledge to enhance their
supervision style. This will present a broad perspective on the various tools needed to be an effective
supervisor. This will be done through lecture and discussions.
There will be handouts as part of this curriculum.
The course is designed for supervisors that need to establish themselves as leaders in their agency. This will
give them a wide assortment of topics that are vital to supervisors.
What is leadership style
Good and bad attributes of supervisors
Preparing to be a skilled supervisor
Work ethics discipline
Dealing with conflict
What makes a good supervisor
Conflict Resolution (4 hours)
This seminar will provide you with tools to help you resolve conflict in today’s society where differences in job
function, culture, gender, age and a myriad of other factors often lead to distrust, misunderstanding and reduced
The Evaluation Process (4 hours)
This seminar will provide you with skills needed to be properly prepared in conducting subordinate evaluations,
reviewing them with the employee, and possible legal issues pertaining to evaluations.
To register for this training, send your request to LETrain@rccc.edu.