Operational reviews are a holistic exercise to ensure the police agency is functioning at its most efficient, while conducting gap analysis in staffing or support services and identifying areas of risk and opportunities for mitigation.
Multi-method approaches are undertaken with the organization to gather both quantitative and qualitative data to provide a complete picture of the current and future needs of the department, and the best options for meeting those challenges.
Knowing how many officers to deploy, when to deploy them and where they should be focused in order to meet both current and future demand is a fine balance between metrics, analytics, and internal strategy changes.
Through detailed CAD analysis and qualitative methods, recommendations are made to situate your front line officers in the position to meet community demand while ensuring both their and the organization's health and wellness.
Emerging programs need to be intelligence led, and guided by best practices. They also require rigorous and reliable evaluation to assess whether they met the aims and goals set out in the original deployment.
Using quantitative and qualitative data collection methods, a comprehensive evaluation can be provided on the strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for your programs and initiatives.