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First steps to strengths based engagement

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John Barlow

on 30 April 2018

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Transcript of 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
Reason for you undertaking this course
Community or engagement
Active citizen
Elements of 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
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
Reflection
Reflection
Target
Audience
8%
20%
72%
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