IMPLEMENTING PROBLEM ORIENTED POLICING FOR SMALLER AGENCIES - CLASS CANCELLED
Chief Christopher Mannino, in his 22nd year in law enforcement, serves in the Chicago area and teaches social media strategies and problem oriented policing across the country. His agency’s law enforcement social media efforts have been featured by major Chicago media market news networks as well as received national attention. The Chief presented at both the 2016 and 2017 Problem Oriented Policing Conferences (Naperville,IL and Peoria, IL). He is a graduate of the 237th session of the FBI National Academy where his studies focused on public relations for law enforcement. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Political and Justice Studies.
Mannino serves on the Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police Public Relations Committee and is a social media manager for the International Association of Chiefs of Police- US Section.
Mannino is also an adjunct law enforcement instructor, instructing on “Implementing a Social Media Strategy for Law Enforcement” and “Implementing Problem Oriented Policing” for law enforcement mobile training units across the country. His goal is to help law enforcement personnel better represent their agencies and engage their communities while understanding legal considerations and the challenges posed by social media.Member Fee: $0
Non-Member Fee: $100
will give police personnel insight into the history and initial introduction of Problem Oriented Policing, the concept of the S.A.R.A. model and employing its use in identifying problems affecting the community, methods of obtaining and analyzing data, thinking beyond traditional police responses to address community issues, implementing P.O.P. practices, methods to encourage Problem Oriented thinking as a department culture, and practical exercises which lead students to develop Problem Oriented Policing thought processes.
• Utilizing Problem Oriented Policing zones for patrol units
• Use of department liaisons to address specific vulnerable communities
• Using social media to leverage actions taken and increase communication
• Use of Crime Free Housing and ordinance violations to address problem areas
• Employing Crime Prevention Through Environment Design (CPTED) to solve problems
ALL OFFICERS MUST SHOW PROPER DEPARTMENT IDENTIFICATION TO BE ADMITTED TO THE TRAINING AREA
MTU 5’s request for certification of this course, as well as Mandate Approval, has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standard’s Board.
TRAINING MANDATES MET BY THIS TRAINING
|xx||Civil Rights||xx||Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority.|
|xx||Cultural Competency||xx||Procedural Justice|
|Introductory Mental Health Awareness||Legal Updates|
|Human Rights||Use of Force (must include scenario based or similar approved training)|
|Lead Homicide Investigator||Sexual Assault Trauma Informed Response|
|Sexual Assault Investigator Training||Psychology of Domestic Violence|
Course enrollment must be made by the agency CEO or designated training officer. Registration may be made using our on-line course registration link on this website. All officers enrolled by their department will be assumed to be on duty unless otherwise noted
Mobile In-Service Training Region #5 –Assist Program
Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
Serving the Counties of: Bureau – La Salle – Marshall – Putnam - Stark