Contemporary Issues in Police Administration

October 28 - November 1, 2024
The National Conference Center & Holiday Inn
East Windsor, NJ

Policing has changed in recent years and continues to evolve, and so too must police administration and leadership. As noted by the National Institute of Justice, police executives and the agencies and personnel they lead now contend with new threats, new technologies, and new communities, all of which create new challenges and opportunities for policing. Accordingly, the skill sets required of police leaders in shaping their organizations today differ greatly from those required even just a few years ago.

The NJSACOP Contemporary Issues in Police Administration (CIPA) seminar is designed as a professional development program for police managers and executives seeking to explore these contemporary and emerging issues, to think critically about those issues, to acquire new knowledge, and to sharpen already existing skills.

An approved NJSACOP Accredited Chief/Command Executive [ACE] Professional Development Course

A Component of the Certificate in Executive Development in Policing Program