CIA730 - Management and Leadership in Public Safety

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Subject Title
Management and Leadership in Public Safety

Subject Description
This course focuses on effective management skills and principles that are applied to a variety of public safety management roles. Students examine the complexity associated with operating justice-centred agencies and an emphasis on practice will support discovering relevant applications for management practices.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  1. Apply criminal justice management theories in the day-to-day administration of tasks.
  2. Explain the relationship between the representation of diversity and equity and various management models.
  3. Discuss evidence based best practices to inform decisions and lead and motivate teams to optimal productivity.
  4. Debate current organizational issues affecting management in criminal justice environments.
  5. Examine the importance of negotiation and conflict, influential tactics, power and politics in leadership.

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