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Leading Beyond Tradition - 
The Cooper Model of Modern Law Enforcement

Summary: The new “cutting edge,” cost saving Cooper Model, described in this course, is a must for concerned law enforcement administrators, their command staff and their governmental executives, who are also urged to attend. The Cooper Model will provide information to help you through these tight economic times. This course is a must have.

Duration: Two Days

   The Cooper Model combines five distinct and proven mechanisms to involve:

·        The widely successful Six Sigma methodology. 

·        Analysis of performance metrics. 

·        Predictive analytics.

·        Spatial mapping.

·        Community involvement in law enforcement and public safety. 


These program elements are applicable to their departments in terms of cost avoidance, efficiency improvements, maximizing/stabilizing existing resources (reducing the need for agency/governmental jurisdiction to look at reductions in force), reductions in crime, and process improvement. "If it isn't broke, improve it."

1) Six Sigma: The most powerful management system invented, to identify real problem causes and improve them by elimination of process defects. Students will be shown howto use it without a great deal of math.

2) Coopers Logistical Analysis and Statistical Systems (CLASS): An innovative system, to collect, organize, summarize, analyze and interpret information useful for management decision making and deployment of resources.

3) Predictive Analysis: Methods to identify the crime problem and where it is trending, to calculate the probability of crime by type, location and by the perpetrator, to develop interdiction and intervention ideas.

4) Spatial Mapping: A forecasting model presented to calculate the probability an incident will occur between specific dates, times, days of a week and within certain geographical boundaries, which will allow remediation strategies to be designed.

5) Community Involvement: Presentation of a strategy for involving community members to enhance law enforcement security asset protection, and applying the same strategy in neighborhoods to assist law enforcement in reducing crime and activity levels.

*Any part, or all, of this model can be applied. In simple and easy steps you will be shown how to make that decision and how to implement the Model in a tiered fashion.

This is an INTERACTIVE classroom program - All those who register will be asked to submit their agencies top three most painful PROCESSES that need improvement. In class they will be addressed for improvement that will result in significant cost avoidance, and time savings, allowing resources to be deployed to other necessary duties or activities.

Instructor: William Cooper is a 30 year veteran of Law Enforcement, (ret) Chief from a suburban Seattle area police department, who holds an MBA & a second masters degree in Public Administration, is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the author of five books, including "Leading Beyond Tradition" which the original Cooper Model was based on, and is a Motorola trained Six Sigma Black Belt, who has successfully applied the Cooper Model in both the public and private sectors.

Who Should Attend: Police Executive, Command and Staff personnel assigned with the responsibility to efficiently and effectively utilize organization resources to serve the public in carrying out the mission and achieving the goals of the organization. Governmental executives of cities, counties and states will benefit by attending with their law enforcement/criminal justice administrators and their staff.

Also of Possible Interest: offers comprehensive support services assistance at low cost. All services are personalized and specifically customized for your department. Support Services

What Others Say About "The Cooper Model" (click for Detailed Information)

"The Cooper Model is the Solution - Right Now!" - Bob Mahoney (FBI ret.)

"The Cooper Model is impressive and attractive on two fronts" - Chief Jeff Bakers

"It was excellent" - Sheriff Len Blackburn

"The instructor's knowledge was immense" - LT A. B. Steinfeld

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