Learning how to lead police investigations

Learning how to lead police investigations

International Journal of Police Science & Management

"The aim of this article was to investigate how police investigation leaders learn leadership and whether the facilitation of learning activities and learning methods might bridge the well-known gap between teaching and learning leadership. Using action research, we constructed an ‘i-leader’ learning pool consisting of police investigation leaders. The pool provided interactive and collaborative learning activities that included reflection, knowledge sharing and social support. Participants were receptive to this learning initiative, but also argued that ‘learning by doing’ is most important because it allows for communication and cooperation between colleagues in the context of their everyday leadership practice."

Source: Nilsen, J. A., Aaserud, T., & Filstad, C. (2018). Read more here. Full text for AIPM Students available here.

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