Policy Development for Campus Public Safety
This 90-minute workshop will discuss the importance for campus public safety agencies to develop and maintain an effective system of written directives. The presentation will review the types of written directives, the process for creating them, effective writing styles, and methods to ensure their implementation.
The IACLEA accreditation program requires agencies to develop policy and procedure documents for a variety of administrative and operational functions. This workshop is intended to supplement the basic Accreditation Manager training.
Who should participate?
- Campus Police Chiefs/Public Safety Directors
- Law enforcement and public safety managers, administrators, and supervisors
- Public safety staff members assigned to the accreditation process
Topics to be covered:
- Understanding the purpose and need for written directives
- Distinguishing the types of written directives
- Creating a format for a written directive system
- Implementing effective written directives
Meet the presenter: Jack Leonard
Jack joined the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) in May 2004 and serves as Director of Accreditation & LEMAP Services. His responsibilities include providing staff support for the Association’s Accreditation Commission, developing policy and procedures for the program, coordinating assessment and review activities for both the accreditation process and LEMAP, and serving as the principal liaison with participating members.