Effective Police Supervision
Transformation to Leadership


Week 1: October 19-22, 2015
Week 2: November 16-19, 2015

Week 3: December 14-17, 2015


Orland Park Police Department
15100 South Ravinia Avenue
Orland Park, IL 60462

Registration Information

Tuition Free!

Registration Required
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Application  Deadline:
September 18, 2015
Waiting List
Registration is limited. If the class is full, contact the Registrar at the email below to be placed on a waiting list.

Who Should Attend

First Line Supervisor
In line for promotion (Within 9 months)


Emilie Payne (Registrar)
ILETSB Executive Institute
(309) 298-2646

   Career Path Development for Supervisors

The first-line supervisor has never been more important in the field of law enforcement. Organizations have increased internal and  external success by developing a management continuum that includes first-line supervisors.

This course focuses on the first-line supervisors' function, effectiveness, proficiency and influence on creating an effective criminal justice agency. A hybrid learning experience, participants will meet for three weeks of traditional classroom instruction with individual and group participation, online learning modules and written assignments including case studies, the SARA model, personal leadership philosophy and comprehensive supervision plans. Persons successfully completing the course will receive 200 hours of training credit.

Course Topics
  • Supervision - Filling the Toolbox
  • Motivation & Leadership
  • Coaching, Counseling and Mentoring
  • Supervising Difficult Employees
  • Performance Appraisal
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Team Building
  • Organizational Stress
  • Community & Problem-Oriented Policing
  • Violence Against Women Crimes
  • Media Relations
  • Social Media for Supervisors
  • Discipline and Labor Relations
  • Investigating Use of Force
  • Homeland Security and Incident Command
  • Police Training
  • and More

Tuition for Illinois local law enforcement is provided by the ILETSB Executive Institute. A non-refundable administrative fee ($150) is due for persons accepted into the class by October 1, 2015. Applicants will be invoiced.

All other expenses including lodging, transportation, meals and additional expenses are the responsibility of the participant and/or the nominating department.

Academic Credit

This courses qualifies for undergraduate and graduate academic credit from the School of Law Enforcement and Justice Administration at Western Illinois University.

ILETSB Executive Institute
Western Illinois University
Phone: (309) 298-2646
Fax: (309) 298-2642

Promoting Professionalism in Policing