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Lesson one - First steps to strengths based engagement

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Transcript of Lesson one - First steps to strengths based engagement

First steps to strengths based engagement (Lesson 1)
Learning
Objectives
Understand the relationship between increasing social capital and reduced dependency on statutory services
Understand the
importance of ensuring the purpose of engagement is clear and appropriate for using strengths based approaches to
engagement
Understand the key
features of successful community engagement
Let’s start today with a definition of community engagement
Public health
education
Housing
?
Lets start..
Community engagement in policing: lessons from the literature
The process of
enabling

the participation of citizens and communities in policing at

their chosen level
,
ranging from providing information and reassurance, to empowering them to identify and implement
solutions to local problems

and influence strategic priorities and decisions
The police, citizens, and communities must have the

willingness, capacity and opportunity to participate
.
The police service and partner organisations must have a responsibility to engage and,

unless there is a justifiable reason
,
the presumption is that they

must respond to community input
Listen to the podcast on this definition at the end of this lesson to provoke your thinking
Untapped resources
What is the purpose of your engagement?

E
N
G
A
G
E
M
E
N
T
Purpose
Waste your
time

Waste
money
Waste
resources
Waste the
community’s
time
Waste your
partner
agency’s
time
Myths of Engagement
The myths of community engagement
Engagement is
too expensive
Citizens
don’t want to
be involved, they just want good services
Citizens aren’t
up to it
Engagement
only works for easy issues
Citizen power
is a floodgate
we should
avoid at
all costs
End of Lesson one
What is the purpose of the engagement activity?
Increases the likelihood of implementation on time and within budget
Citizens have expertise that professionals often do not
Opinions of citizens can help test assumption
Method
Reframing Community Engagement module
8%
Population
20%
Population
Target Audience
Target Audience
72%
Population
Enabling untapped resources
Target audience
Defining the purpose
World frame?
Reflection
Do not understand the value of engaging communities or the techniques that you can us
Recognising the value of the assets and strengths that exist in communities.
Negative Outlook
Positive Outlook
Engaging Communities
Negative frame
Positive frame
C
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M
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N
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T
Y
Purpose
Community Engagement
Be careful you don’t..
World Café
Participatory
Budgeting
Appreciative
Inquiry
Start Conversation with community
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