Senior Leaders Seminar at the Scottish Police College

 A joint program of the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police and The Scottish Police College

Police College Scotland - Tulliallan Castle
Kincardine, Fife, Scotland

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A joint executive development program of the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police and Police Scotland International Academy. All attendees receive Certificates from both the International Academy and the NJSACOP.   Additionally, after successful completion of the program, attendees may be eligible to apply for 3  graduate or 3 undergraduate credits with Fairleigh Dickinson University. The Senior Leadership Seminar is also approved for use towards  attainment of the NJSACOP Accredited Chief/Command Executive [ACE] Certification and the Certificate in International Leadership Studies jointly issued by NJSACOP and St. Elizabeth University.
The Senior Leaders Seminar  is able to accommodate a limited number of attending delegate. Applications are accepted on a “first come, first served” basis.

The Senior Leaders Seminar at the Scottish Police College is held at historic Tulliallan Castle, the site of the Scottish Police College, in Kincardine, Fife, Scotland. The schedule also includes site visits and modules conducted at local and national police installations.

A Message from Police Scotland
Scottish Police College - Tulliallan acts as both Police Scotland’s Corporate Headquarters and one of it’s key training venues. Whilst Tulliallan is just one of Police Scotland’s training sites, its historical significance to training police officers and staff in Scotland cannot be underestimated. Set in 90 acres of parkland in the centre of Scotland, with the early 19th century Tulliallan Castle at its heart, it is the United Kingdom’s only central Police College providing all police training elements in one establishment. Since opening for police training in 1954, Tulliallan has also been Scotland’s central recruit training base for over 50 years.

We deliver training in many different ways:
· Classroom based teaching.
· Lectures and conferences.
· Immersive ‘Hydra’ suite learning.
· E-learning.
· Practical and Situational training.

All of our courses and programmes are subject to the Police Scotland National Framework for Quality Assurance in Training and Education. Many are also accredited through academic partners, the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) or are credit rated on the Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework (SCQF).