Crime Administration Management Certificate Course (CAMCC) for Circle/Zonal ASP and Addl. SP

Crime Administration Management Certificate Course (CAMCC) is especially designed for the Circle/Zonal ASP/Addl SP. The insight of this course is to provide stipulated participants necessary knowledge and skills for crime prevention through effective ways of crime management, case supervisions and inspections.

CAMCC focuses on Circle/Zonal ASP/Addl SPs’ crucial role in administering his/her jurisdiction. Participants can learn the skills necessary to obtain proper evidence, to evaluate proper investigation, appropriate filing of legal documentation and effective supervision of criminal cases.

The Aim/Objectives of the Course
• To get the participants to be acquainted with different aspects of the duties and responsibilities of Circle/Zonal ASP/Addl SP so that they can be able to precisely analyze evidences, have potential leads and ability to solve problems.
• To learn how to work in tandem with community members, how to make inter and intra communication with other government organization and how to deal with potential witnesses and victims.

Course Content:
The following are the basic areas to be covered in the course:
► police case supervision process for ensuring quality investigation
► the best practices of police inspection in the AOR
► maintaining registers and records in line with PRB
► intelligence gathering and organized crime
► modern technology based records management

Learning Outcomes:
The course contributes to the development of key skills and capabilities of the participants. In this course their learning will be extended towards the following learning outcomes:
► Effectively apply the principles and philosophies of the inspection of police units and supervision of cases in practical aspects.
► Have analytical and critical capacities in assessing crime prevention theory and practice
► Apply critically reflective thought and analytical thinking to problems related to crime management and crime prevention in local and international contexts.
► Reflect on and implement ethical practice and social responsibility in diverse criminal justice settings.
► Be able to assess broad issues that surround the adoption and implementation of crime prevention policies.