IJIS Institute Offers Training Program for New Technology
Thursday, January 31, 2019 | Comments

The IJIS Institute, the National Police Foundation and the Center on Policing at Rutgers University partnered to offer a customized training program for federal, state and local law enforcement executives, managers and staff who are seeking or implementing emerging and enhanced technologies in their agencies.

“The exploding introduction of new technologies in policing makes it very difficult for police executives to know what a given technology can do to improve operations and what pitfalls should be avoided,” said Ashwini Jarral, executive director of the IJIS Institute. “This training program offers practical advice on selecting and managing technology implementation.”

The partnership will launch with an inaugural two-day executive seminar with case studies on information technologies and the benefits and challenges that such technologies may bring.

Seminar topics include the discussion of justifying the adoption of new technologies, developing community support and acceptance, privacy concerns and safeguarding strategies, managing the acquisition of technology, measuring benefits, risk management and developing policies on the use of data. Participants will also learn about the current and coming state of the art of police information technology.

Additional courses in will be offered in 2019, and those completing the courses will receive a certificate and continuing education credits from Rutgers.

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