Title: Community Policing Consortium Training Curriculum Module 1 through 6

Citation: The Community Policing Consortium. (1997). Supported by grant number 95-CK-WX-K001, awarded by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice.

Keywords: Framework for Community Policing, Mobilizing Communities, Problem Solving, Managing Organizational Change

The community policing consortium training curriculum is in six modules. Each module is designed for a specific purpose of implementing and carrying out community policing. Module one is for developing a framework for community policing. Module two is designed to mobilize the community for a collaborative partnership. Module three focuses on community policing problem-solving. Module four is related to managing organizational change. Modules five and six are related to strategic planning. Module one through four are classified into five specific classifications that include goals, learning objectives, target audience, time required, and materials needed. Module five describes why strategic planning is important and modules six will allow participants to understand planning terminology. The modules are designed to aid with the promotion of community policing within communities and are designed into goals that correlate with each specific target audience. Therefore, the modules are a step by step process for implementation of community policing.

This complete document is available on the Internet at http://www.communitypolicing.org/mod1.html- http://ww.community policing.org/mod6.html.