Problem Solving

Problem Solving has become a key part of policing and community safety. The concept is based upon a foundation of collaboration between key agencies, so that each one can use its areas of expertise to focus on a particular issue locally, be it persistent offending and/or anti-social behaviour. Ideally, these courses should be delivered locally to police, local authority departments and other key agencies, so that they can work together on current problems during their learning experience.

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Level 2 Award in Problem Solving

Duration:

This will be a one-day classroom-based qualification which will include the completion of a post course ‘tasking’ book.

Course Content:

How crimes happen; Problem solving approaches; how to use the ‘SARA’ model. Methods of assessing your project.


Relevant for:

Frontline Police Officers and PCSO’s; Community Safety Teams. Local Authority Staff and other partner agencies involved in housing, crime prevention, Reducing Anti-Social Behaviour and the Licensing trade.


Level 3 Award in Problem Solving for Supervisors

Duration:

A 3-day classroom based course with a post course handbook to be completed.

Course Content:

Using SMART targets; how to implement the SARA model; identifying key partners; understanding the need for continued assessment and evaluation.

Relevant for:

Police supervisors, local authority managers who operate in the areas of housing, public places and licensing. Supervisors from other key agencies.

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