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Tue, Jan 07


Oregon Dept of Public Safety Standards

Police Commander's Crime Reduction Course (Oregon)

A 3-day seminar taught by professor and former police officer, Jerry Ratcliffe, PhD. Learn how to focus analysis, diagnose crime causes, and deploy effective crime solutions.

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Police Commander's Crime Reduction Course (Oregon)
Police Commander's Crime Reduction Course (Oregon)

Time & Location

Jan 07, 2020, 8:30 AM PST – Jan 09, 2020, 4:30 PM PST

Oregon Dept of Public Safety Standards, 4190 Aumsville Hwy SE, Salem, OR 97317, USA


About The Event

* DPSST will be covering registration for Oregon law enforcement”.

If you are based in the state of Oregon, do not register here but instead register here: 

If you are not from Oregon, register here for the Reducing Crime course. 

This three-day program will introduce mid to senior police leadership participants to the key elements of leading successful crime reduction projects. Through the PANDA model, participants will engage with strategic thinking and operationalization of this vital policing role. Entertaining, interactive sessions and discussion of critical issues are supported with practical materials and exercises that will benefit each attendee’s agency and community. The course is ideally suited to participants from agencies where commanders are assigned responsibilities for crime management in geographic areas. 

This highly practical and realistic program is framed within a wider discussion of evidence-based policing, and leadership development in modern law enforcement. It is the authorized training program that accompanies the book "Reducing Crime: A Companion for Police Leaders". Each participant will receive a free copy of the book and an accompanying workbook.


  • Early registration discount

    Register soon - seats are limited. Early registration discounted price $695. Oregon law enforcement? Do not purchase a ticket here butDPSST will purchase your registration. Sign up here: Everyone else? Register here.




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