It's Time to Make Law Enforcement STRONG again

What if there was a way for law enforcement organizations to rapidly grow engagement, accountability & ownership, and elevate morale from the inside out?

  • Those who enter the profession of law enforcement do so for a noble purpose- to protect and serve the members of their communities, ultimately helping to make our world a safer and better place.
  • Millions of dollars are being spent each year by law enforcement entities in an effort to improve reliability and reduce errors that cause fatalities, injuries, and result in litigation. In spite of this, safety concerns have increased while law suits continue to rise.
  • Burgeoning challenges are facing every aspect of law enforcement. As a member of this vital community, no one knows better than you.

Consider this:

As of August 2016...

  • 79 police officers were killed in the line of duty (an 61% increase over 2015)
  • The average cost of dealing with lawsuits was $18.8 Million for every “big” city in the US
  • Law Enforcement cost of inefficiency and required re-training due to human error was $685 Million
  • The cost of Law Enforcement worker injuries and fatalities was $1.26 Billion

​As external challenges, constraints, and costs continue to spiral out of control, there is now a pathway for departments and agencies to directly counter (and overcome) the negative fallout. It can be put to immediate use. It does NOT require huge capital expenditures. It produces immediate positive results.

What is it?

It’s a strategic and tactical focus upon a factor integral to every aspect of your agency or department- human performance.

What is “human performance”?

“Human Performance” is simply: “why we do what we do the way we do it.”

Pretty simple, huh?

The thing is…

  • HOW to influence officers and administrative staff to do the right things for the right reasons (even when no one else is watching), can be very complex and overwhelming.
  • HOW to encourage and engage, in spite of all of the external challenges being ‘piled on’ can seem unmanageable.
  • HOW to help officers regain the pride, enthusiasm, and sense of duty that brought them to law enforcement in the first place can seem impossible.

That is…until now.

The Practicing Perfection® approach for enhancing human performance within Law Enforcement directly targets and leverages the intrinsic aspects of human nature; those positive internal elements that bring out the best in people- from the most senior, to the most experienced, to the brand new rookies.

                                                                   The results of such a focus?


  • Heightened sense of pride and ownership
  • Rejuvenated passion and dedication
  • Greater awareness and resolve
  • Fewer errors and mishaps
  • Greater accuracy, resiliency, and efficiency

Practicing Perfection® directly targets the human side of the ever-increasing challenges faced by law enforcement professionals. It provides leaders, supervisors, and team members with simple tangible insights and tools that:

  • expand context,
  • increase awareness
  • promote functioning as “one team”, and
  • rekindle sense of purpose and passion for doing a great job

Should you further investigate “Practicing Perfection®”?

It is an incredibly powerful approach for dealing with external challenges while taking the performance of your department or agency to the next level. More details are available in the “The BIG Idea” document indicated below. Use the link for your personal download and check it out.

The Big Idea

Practicing Perfection® in Law

Enforcement

   Your Next Step…


Bob Catinazzo, PPC

Director - Law Enforcement Services

bob.catinazzo@ppiweb.com

If you have a sense of urgency about taking the performance of your officers and your department/agency to the next level, complete the simple form below. We’ll put you in direct contact with decorated DEA Supervisory Special Agent (retired) and Practicing Perfection® expert, Bob Catinazzo.

Check out Bob's blog- Making Law Enforcement STRONG Again

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