Enforcement is hired , either he or he will go to the classroom to begin their
This training is complex, and aimed
at providing a new trainee a basic competency to carry out the job of a patrol officer. Whereas, most recruit training programs leave a wide gap in between the room where
learning takes place, and the world of police
work. The classroom will not suffice in and of itself to adequately
the new officer to understand the
police role and how to fulfill it.
Select two of the six case studies
in A Problem-Based Learning Manual for Training and Evaluating
Police Trainees, and write a comparison of the two
agencies’ field training programs. What are the significant differences
regarding the size of the department and the focus of community oriented
policing? What changes, in terms of increasing the size of the department and
the available time for commitment to training, will be involved in the
development of trainees? How are training officers selected? Finally, provide
your opinion regarding the best program for achieving the selected department’s
The paper must be two pages in length
and formatted according to APA style. You must use at least two scholarly sources (at least one of
which can be found in the Ashford University Library) other than the textbook
to support your claims and subclaims.
Need to have assess to these
Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice. (2004, July).A problem-based learning manual for
training and evaluating police trainees. Retrieved from http://ric-zai-inc.com/Publications/cops-w0150-pub.pdf
J. (2004). Protecting the republic: The education and
training of American police officers. Upper Saddle River, NJ:
The first one I pick is
reno, Reno has a resident
population of about 187,000 and an
population of 35,000 visitors per dahe Reno Police Department, with 340 sworn
members and 520 civilian employees, has policing jurisdiction over the entire
City of Reno, which is primarily urban with (p.18).
the Colorado Springs PD was in the
process of increasing
its force of 594 sworn officers by
The recently expanded force of the
Colorado Springs Police Department over-
sees public safety for the city’s
386,000. At the time of its
participation as a PTO program pilot site, the Colorado
Springs PD was in the process of
increasing its force of 594 sworn officers by 117.
(Currently there are 666 sworn
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Findings from the national survey
and the site visits indicate that field training programs are
relatively in- expensive ways to improve selection and training
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