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NCJ Number: 235605 Find in a Library
Title: Chicago Quality Interaction Training Program: A Randomized Control Trial of Police Innovation
Author(s): Amie M. Schuck; Dennis P. Rosenbaum
Date Published: January 2011
Page Count: 10
Sponsoring Agency: National Police Research Platform

NLECTC Small, Rural, Tribal and Border Regional Ctr
Somerset, KY 42501
Grant Number: 2008-DN-BX-0005
Document: PDF
Publisher: http://www.nationalpoliceresearch.org/ 
Type: Report (Study/Research)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report illustrates how the Platform, while following the development of new police recruits, can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of a new police recruit training program in Chicago.
Abstract: This report illustrates how the Platform, while following the development of new police recruits, can be used to evaluate the effectiveness of a new police recruit training program in Chicago. This demonstration project is based on the premise that police-citizen encounters can be improved by strengthening the interpersonal skills and emotion-regulation techniques of new officers. Preliminary results from a Randomized Control Trial are presented.
Main Term(s): Police recruit training
Index Term(s): Interpersonal maturity; Interpersonal relations; Police conflict resolution training; Police human relations training; Police recruits
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