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410 Police Issue


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  • 1. Situation Leichester Police ignoring rape cases, acting sexist, failing to respond to crimes, and abusing their power
  • 2. Objectives
    • Drastically improve police conduct and performance through monitoring and education
    • Display to the public that drastic change is taking place, and previous conduct is not tolerated
  • 3. Audience
    • Leichester citizens
    • Government officials
    • Local media journalists
  • 4. Strategy
    • Target poor performing officers and those who have complaints against them
    • Improve public view of police
  • 5. Tactics Part 1
    • All police officers would be sent through basic policy training seminars once again
    • Officers would also have to attend Rape and Sexual assault seminars
  • 6. Tactics Part 2
    • Officers would be under new supervision that would entail them being recorded during work hours to ensure productivity
    • Officers in video portrayed negatively would be reprimanded publicly with media coverage
    • Random ride alongs with government supervising officials to analyze police on duty would be assigned
  • 7. Tactics Part 3
    • Officers would be evaluated by public, public would be encouraged to report both positive and negative officer conduct to officials
    • All pornography would be banned from stations
    • Police will go door to door explaining the new programs in place to improve practice and offer themselves for any assitance
  • 8. Timetable
    • At least one year to fourteen months to get the programs running smoothly and repair any problems that may be encountered with the changes
  • 9. Method of Evaluation
    • Officer input after shifts would be taken into account
    • Public comments through surveys and through media interviewing
    • Government assessed evaluations after the year, to see if any improvement has taken place
  • 10. Source credibility
    • I will make it clear that I am not associated with the police but am in fact a part of it reconstructing and improvement
    • Take sides with officials of improvement and the media as well
  • 11. Cognitive dissonance
    • We know the police view but the whole point of the campaign is not to change the view of the public, just improve their view of the police
  • 12. The flow of opinion
    • This is where going door to door and offering police services would come into play
  • 13. Suggestions for action
    • Stress effort and involvement through the news media
    • Show that improvement is not possible unless the community being directly effected gets involved