What culture do we
want in policing?
Commander Carlene York
Human Resources Command
Definition of culture
• the ideas, customs, and social
behaviour of a particular people
or society
• maintain (tissue cell...
Values - Culture
• Excellence
• Trust
• Honour
• Impartiality
• Commitment
• Accountability
• Leadership
Times, they are a changing
Communication is Culture
• Over 2.25 Million unique visits in
2013.
• Started May 2009 – Over 48,800
followers
• Started A...
Communication is Culture
Technology
• Rapid DNA
• Tru Narc
• Digital imaging techniques
• EFIMS
• Field ID
• Hypersectral Imaging
Questions
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Carlene York, Assistant Commissioner for Human Resources, NSW Police delivered the presentation at the 2014 Police Technology Forum.

The Police Technology Forum 2014 seeks to address technology innovation, evolution and development within Australia’s law enforcement industry.

In two days, a panel of experts gather to examine opportunities, initiatives and issues facing organisations both in front line policing as well as in wider law enforcement industry, including transport, border protection and surveillance.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/policetechforum

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Carlene York, NSW Police - What culture do we want in policing?

  1. 1. What culture do we want in policing? Commander Carlene York Human Resources Command
  2. 2. Definition of culture • the ideas, customs, and social behaviour of a particular people or society • maintain (tissue cells, bacteria, etc.) in conditions suitable for growth
  3. 3. Values - Culture • Excellence • Trust • Honour • Impartiality • Commitment • Accountability • Leadership
  4. 4. Times, they are a changing
  5. 5. Communication is Culture • Over 2.25 Million unique visits in 2013. • Started May 2009 – Over 48,800 followers • Started August 2009 – Over 2.5 Million views • Commenced March 2010 – 276,000 ‘likers’ •Commenced Jan 2013 – 13,740 ‘followers’.
  6. 6. Communication is Culture
  7. 7. Technology • Rapid DNA • Tru Narc • Digital imaging techniques • EFIMS • Field ID • Hypersectral Imaging
  8. 8. Questions

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