•  Community Policing

    Community Policing

    The unique role of law enforcement officials in any community makes cross-cultural understanding an imperative. Community policing training helps police officers balance safety with sensitivity.

  • Integrity


    An agency’s culture of integri­ty, as defined by clearly understood and implemented policies and rules, may be more important in shaping the ethics of police officers than hiring the “right” people. -- National Institute of Justice

  • Responsibility


    Law enforcement officers have a moral responsibility to enforce the law fairly.

    The law enforcement officer is an important public servant.. Sir Robert Peel, a father of policing, in his Principles of Policing says “The basic mission for which the police exist is to prevent crime and disorder."

  • Courage


    Ethical Policing Is Courageous, or EPIC.

    An EPIC Idea by NOPD: A New Model for Ethical Policing and transformational tool.

  • Prudence


    Good police decisions is viewed as a matter of applying common sense, ethics, and consistency.

    Officers should make decisions on what is in the public's interest. Decisions by a police officer with respect to enforcement is also moral decision.

  • Trust


    Personal interaction between police and community build trust.

    For Officers, the pursuit of ethical behavior never ending. Every decision is a Peelian Principle #2: “The ability of the police to perform their duties is dependent upon public approval of police actions.

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Course Overview

21st Century Thinking
Our 8 or 16 hours community police training course aims to improve officer decision-making skills and positively impact their organization culture.
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We Are International NCP Certified Trainers

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You Got the Power Institute has been credentialed by the National Certification Program launched by IADLEST an international organization of training managersRegister Here

The International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) launched the National Certification Program Register Here

You Got the Power institute is sponsored by the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives. NOBLE represents over 3,000 members worldwide.

You Got the Power Institute is an affiliate of Aperion Global Institute (AGI). AGI is a unique digital educational model of network affiliates that have a direct focus on “Erasing the Digital Divide in Education”.


Course Objectives

Learning Outcomes
Community policing is an orientation to problem identification, problem solving, problem analysis, breaking down barriers to communications, and problem solution.

Community Policing

We provide objective, evidence-based knowledge and tools to meet the challenges of policing. The goal of the training is to build knowledge, increase skills, and improve police-citizen interactions.