• December 2, 2019 - December 16, 2019
  • Online

An officer’s ability to supervise staff effectively is critical to a department’s goal of maintaining stability in their respective agencies and in the communities they serve. This course presents an overview of a law enforcement supervisor’s role and addresses what is expected of those who are in leadership positions. Officers will learn techniques that can be used to guide the work of others as well as manage their own productivity. Course topics include types of authority, effective delegation, planning, training, the promotion process, performance evaluations, and the decertification process.

COURSE TOPICS INCLUDE:

Managerial Functions

The Planning Function of Supervision

Training

Promotion Process

Performance Evaluations

Decertification

TARGET AUDIENCE: Law enforcement supervisors and officers who are eligible for promotion to a supervisor position.

  • This class is 24 hours of credit.
  • This class earns credits in our Degree Program.
  • This class is included in our membership program.