POL Police Liaison & Community Engagement

Project Scope

 

In the current climate, ensuring education and training around police liaison and community engagement reflects current policing practices and organisational priorities, and enables police officers to effectively fulfil their role in the community, is imperative to maintain public trust and confidence in police.

 

This project will involve the review of three qualifications and 15 associated Units of Competency, and the development of one new unit Support community crime prevention activities.

 

The Public Safety Industry Reference Committee (IRC) will have oversight of this project, which will be facilitated by Australian Industry Standards (AIS) in consultation with industry stakeholders.

 

A Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will not be formed for this project. Consultation with police subject matter experts during the development will be co-ordinated through Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA).

 

The following products will be submitted to the AISC for consideration no later than 30 August 2022:

  • 3 Qualifications
  • 15 Units of Competency
  • Case for Endorsement
  • Companion Volume Implementation Guide

 

View Case for Change

 

The Case for Endorsement and draft materials are due to be submitted by 30 August 2022.

Project Commenced

 

Work on this project has commenced with draft materials soon to be available for public consultation.

Consultation

26 MAY 2022

DRAFT MATERIAL

 

The Public Safety Industry Reference Committee has drafted materials for the Police Liaison and Community Engagement project to ensure education and training around police liaison and community engagement reflects current policing practices and organisational priorities.

 

This will support police officers to effectively fulfil their role in the community and maintain public trust and confidence in police.

 

The draft materials include updates to three qualifications and 15 associated Units of Competency, and one new unit Support community crime prevention activities.

 

Consultation with police subject matter experts for the review and development of POL Police Training Package material will be coordinated through Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA).

 

Feedback closed Friday, 24 June 2022.

Quality Assurance

10 AUGUST 2022

FINAL DRAFT CASE FOR ENDORSEMENT

 

The Police Training Package has been revised to include updates to three qualifications, 15 associated Units of Competency, and one new unit: Support community crime prevention activities.

 

These updates will enable skills development to support police officers to effectively fulfil their role in the community and maintain public trust and confidence in police.

 

To view the final drafts, please click below.

Case for Endorsement 
Companion Volume Implementation Guide 
Mapping Attachments document 
Qualifications 
Units of Competency 

 

The Case for Endorsement is scheduled to be submitted to the AISC by the end of August 2022.

 

 

Validation

4 JULY 2022

FINAL DRAFT MATERIAL

 

On behalf of the Public Safety Industry Reference Committee (IRC), police subject matter experts have considered all stakeholder feedback and revised draft Training Package materials for the Police Liaison and Community Engagement project.

 

This includes updates to three qualifications, 15 associated Units of Competency, and the development of one new unit: Support community crime prevention activities.

 

These updates will support police officers to effectively fulfil their role in the community and maintain public trust and confidence in police.

 

The project also proposes to:

  • Delete POL40119 Certificate IV in Aboriginal Community Policing and three associated units POLAUX011, POLAUX012, and POLAUX013 from the POL Training Package due to them no longer being utilised across the jurisdictions.

 

Feedback closed Friday, 15 July 2022. 

 

Feedback will be collated and discussed at the next TAC meeting.

Submission

9 SEPTEMBER 2022

CASE FOR ENDORSEMENT SUBMITTED TO AISC

 

The Public Safety Industry Reference Committee has submitted the Case for Endorsement and draft Training Package materials to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration at its meeting on 12 October 2022.

 

View Case for Endorsement

 

If approved, this Case for Endorsement will result in:

  • updates to three qualifications
  • updates to 14 associated Units of Competency
  • One new Unit of Competency: Support community crime prevention activities.

 

These materials will enable skills development to support police officers to effectively fulfil their role in the community and maintain public trust and confidence in police.

 

Thank you to all stakeholders who provided valuable feedback and contributed to this project.

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Paschal Somers

Industry Skills Manager - Aviation, Corrections, Defence and Public Safety

 

 

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0439 975 796