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Leadership Course in Policing Innovations

Join the leading thinkers and change agents in policing. Learn how you can optimize communications within the department and effect external community relations. Invest in your professional development.

The University of New Haven Center for Advanced Policing invites chiefs and command staff to apply for this prestigious two week executive leadership course. The Command College is an intensive course delivering the latest management, research and innovations in policing.

UNH Leadership in Policing Innovations Program Website Announcement

Pursuant to the COPS funding requirements, The University of New Haven Leadership in Policing Innovations project team is currently developing a curriculum needs assessment to capture the most relevant leadership and management educational needs of potential participants. Our objective is to present a state of the art executive development program in early Spring 2014, that addresses the knowledge and skill gaps of future police leaders. We appreciate your patience as we conduct this review.

In addition, we would like to invite you to participate in this needs assessment process to identify the learning styles and innovative leadership theories that you seek as adult learners. UNH will conduct a series of focus groups, interviews and online surveys to examine leadership topics, instructional resources and educational support needs for applicants. We hope that you will provide feedback at one of these focus groups.

If you are interested in participating in the needs assessment, please email us at:

We would like to once again thank you for your interest in the UNH Leadership in Policing Innovations program and look forward to working with you.

The University of New Haven has received support for this class from the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice; Cooperative Agreement Number 2012-CK-WX-K010.

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