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NCJ Number: 150140 Find in a Library
Title: Recruiting and Training Committee Report
Corporate Author: Montgomery Cty Dept of Police
United States of America
Date Published: 1993
Page Count: 23
Sponsoring Agency: Montgomery Cty Dept of Police
Rockville, MD 20850
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Type: Legislation/Policy Description
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report provides recommendations for police training and recruitment that will serve the goals and objectives of community policing for the Montgomery County Police Department (Maryland).
Abstract: Training recommendations are for sworn personnel, civilian employees, and community representatives. Regarding training for sworn personnel, the Recruiting and Training Committee reviewed the existing long-range training plans adopted and implemented by the department in the spring of 1992. The committee recommends that the department continue to follow the community-policing training developed in that plan. Among the training components implemented or planned are problemsolving training, entry-level training, and partnership training. This report lists the topics in the training academy curriculum that directly support community policing and total quality management. Training topics for all civilian employees are distinguished for new personnel, existing personnel, managerial personnel, job specific training/departmental transfers, and special county programs. Recommendations for the education and training of community representatives focus on training topic areas, program administration, and other educational strategies. Recommendations for recruitment include arrangement for college equivalency credits, equip recruiters, increase tuition assistance, grant personal improvement leave more liberally, re-establish a police service officer program, maintain the 60 college credit requirement, increase starting salary, and establish a recruiting plan. Appended description of the Police Service Officer Program, which is a proposed special emphasis/employment program within the department
Main Term(s): Police personnel selection
Index Term(s): Community policing; Maryland; Police in-service training; Police recruit training; Recruitment
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