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1 Colin Menzies Assistant Chief Constable Grampian Police

2 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 Key Themes 1.Do we want Police Entrepeneurs? 2.What’s new in Policing? 3.Risk Taking 4.Valued competencies 5.The National Intelligence Model

3 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 An Adaptive Leadership Continuum Command & ControlCommand & Control Action-Centred LeadershipAction-Centred Leadership Transformational leadershipTransformational leadership Principle/Value Centred LeadershipPrinciple/Value Centred Leadership Collaborative/Participative LeadershipCollaborative/Participative Leadership Team LeadershipTeam Leadership Servant LeadershipServant Leadership Strategic Management of Resources, Processes, Governance & PerformanceStrategic Management of Resources, Processes, Governance & Performance

4 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 An Adaptive Leadership Continuum Command & ControlCommand & Control Action-Centred LeadershipAction-Centred Leadership Transformational leadershipTransformational leadership Principle/Value Centred LeadershipPrinciple/Value Centred Leadership Collaborative/Participative LeadershipCollaborative/Participative Leadership Team LeadershipTeam Leadership Servant LeadershipServant Leadership Strategic Management of Resources, Processes, Governance & PerformanceStrategic Management of Resources, Processes, Governance & Performance Entrepreneurial Leadership?Entrepreneurial Leadership?

5 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 The Context of Policing in Scotland National Intelligence Model & PSPNational Intelligence Model & PSP Crime falling, detections rising, perceptions static?Crime falling, detections rising, perceptions static? More Officers than ever but CSR tighteningMore Officers than ever but CSR tightening Increasing Public ExpectationIncreasing Public Expectation Single Outcome Agreements, Community Planning & the Democratic Deficit ?Single Outcome Agreements, Community Planning & the Democratic Deficit ? Desire for a ‘Sense of Place’Desire for a ‘Sense of Place’ Need to Deliver Public Value, Moore et alNeed to Deliver Public Value, Moore et al Role - Patrol, Pursue, Prevent……..& PROTECTRole - Patrol, Pursue, Prevent……..& PROTECT

6 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 ‘Leadership is a choice, not a position’ Dr Stephen Covey (2004)

7 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May Are Police Entrepeneurs wanted – or needed? Do we recruit entrepreneurial individuals or those who want to serve the community – are they the same? Do the public expect safety, consistency or risk taking and uncertainty Performance is improving Efficiencies can also be squeezed so far Budgets always come in on schedule? Staff morale is high PLODDLEDYGOOK!

8 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May What’s new in Policing – seriously! “Foot patrol in ****town, observed and arrested male (named) for being drunk and incapable. Taken to station and charged. While writing report, summoned to disturbance in Church Street. On arriving, found four youths who quietened on my arrival. All spoken to, details noted and warned. Will follow up with later visits. Return to station to complete report from earlier.”

9 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May Risk Taking Responsible Agencies -v- Irresponsible Individuals

10 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 ‘A real entrepeneur is someone who has no safety net underneath them’ Henry Kravis

11 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 Risk Taking Responsible Agency –v- Irresponsible Individual Understood by Police? Ability to Defend decisions Transparency of Society Threat of Litigation Risk Averseness Valued by those we serve? Valued by the organisation?

12 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May Valued Competencies Respect for Diversity Effective Communication Job Knowledge Leadership Problem Solving Management Ability Partnership Working Service Delivery Personal Awareness Personal Effectiveness Team Working

13 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 Valued Competencies Respect for Diversity Effective Communication Job Knowledge Leadership Problem Solving Management Ability Partnership Working Service Delivery Personal Awareness Personal Effectiveness Team Working

14 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 Problem Solving ‘ Promotes an organisational culture that recognises and values new ideas. Promotes successful initiatives that may depart from conventional thinking’.

15 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 Perceived Success Factors of Effective Police Leaders VisionVision Two-Way CommunicationTwo-Way Communication Visibility & AccessibilityVisibility & Accessibility Transparency of Decision MakingTransparency of Decision Making Delivery & Performance ManagementDelivery & Performance Management EmpathyEmpathy Home Office (2001)

16 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 The ‘Big Four’ HonestHonest Forward LookingForward Looking InspiringInspiring CompetentCompetent Kouzes, J. & Posner, B. (2002)

17 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May The National Intelligence Model Minimum Standards Efficient Tasking Joint Tasking Reliance on Information Importance of Analysis Levels 1, 2 & 3 Business Process - Assets, sources, intelligence recording, research and analysis, products, strategic tasking and co-ordinating, tactical resolution, operational review – feeds back into assets and sources

18 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 Who Should Lead Us? The wisest among us, the individual with the greatest knowledge, skill, power and resources of all kinds [Plato]

19 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 GRAMPIAN POLICE VALUES INTEGRITYINTEGRITY TRANSPARENCYTRANSPARENCY ACCOUNTABILITYACCOUNTABILITY RESPONSIBILITYRESPONSIBILITY IMPARTIALITYIMPARTIALITY

20 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 GRAMPIAN POLICE GUIDING PRINCIPLES CUSTOMER FOCUSCUSTOMER FOCUS PEOPLEPEOPLE EXCELLENCEEXCELLENCE EMPOWERMENTEMPOWERMENT PROBLEM SOLVINGPROBLEM SOLVING PARTNERSHIPSPARTNERSHIPS LEARNINGLEARNING

21 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 ‘Even if you are on the right track, you will still get run over if you just sit there’ Will Rogers

22 RGU/SIPR Aberdeen 7 May 2009 Contingency still counts Effectiveness of leadership is determined by being able to recognise the appropriateness of actions relevant to the circumstances of the situation


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