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Interest-Based Problem Solving Method

Complete an analysis of the Interest-Based Problem-Solving Method. Describe how this method seeks to balance the needs of the parties involved (i.e., the community, political leaders, police management, and the police union). Are there limits to the application of this method within various types of negotiations? What, if any, are they?  

Tyler wrote: week 4 discussion 1

In policing there are many issues that are complicated and tough to figure out the best solution to alleviate the issues. One tool to use to help in this area is Interest-based Problem Solving offers labor management partners a method to solve problems using a non-adversarial process. Interest-based problem solving is a systematic approach that focuses on the topics of the underlying issues that occur in labor management relations or in daily operations in a police department as long as other work environments. It implements as standard of objectively thinking and evaluation of possible solutions, with the intention of satisfying all effected parties.

The sole purpose of this model is to reach an effective solution through critical thinking. Since it relies on the individual parties to be diverse and put forth their own concerns, the natural end solution will be in the favor of all the parties; in a sense everyone wins. The limitations on this model are few. For example inside issues within the police department should be handled in house; but as far as cooperating with the outside departments and the public this is the way to go. By using this model all the effected parties are thinking on the same page and if not will be shortly, this will prove to reach the best possible solution. 

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