|Program Title||Policing and Security Leadership|
|Exit Award||Master of Science|
|Academic unit||Faculty of Resilience|
|Program Chair||Dr John Hardy|
|Duration||1 year / 2 years / 3 years|
|No of credits||36|
|Delivery site||Rabdan Academy|
|Delivery mode||Full time / Part time|
The program prepares graduates for positions of senior responsibility as innovative, capable and resilient leaders operating to maintain public and national safety within the fields of policing and security, and who are able to lead within and across agencies while continuously developing and improving themselves, their teams and their organisations.
The program provides a specialised, theoretical foundation and applied skills for a graduate to function successfully as a senior leader within the domains of Policing and Security. Specifically, graduates will possess the skills, theoretical knowledge and practical ability to lead high performing and ethical policing and security operations, including organised crime, operational command, community safety, and strategic financial management
- Have relevant technological skills, knowledge, and abilities for employment as a manager in the SSDEC sector.
- Work, lead, and communicate effectively in a team to achieve common goals.
- Apply standard, ethical practices, procedures, and technologies to collect information, identify threats, assess risk, and develop effective programs.
- Implement organizational, interagency solutions to strengthen the SSDEC community and build national resilience capacities.
- Expand knowledge and capabilities through continuing education, certification, or other lifelong learning opportunities.
- Fulfil civic duties and responsibilities through local, national, or global service
- Critically analyse contemporary issues and trends in policing and security from theoretical, historical, and professional practice perspectives.
- Apply executive leadership principles to manage complex risks in domestic, transnational, and multiagency policing and security organisations.
- Assess strategic planning requirements to lead responsible and ethical policing and security operations in local and international contexts.
- Critically evaluate professional practice in applying leadership skills to manage competing risks and priorities in administrative, investigative and operational policing contexts.
- Develop and deliver analytical products, professional written reports, and verbal and/or multimedia presentations.
|PAS500||Human Rights and Ethical Policing|
|PAS515||Policing and Community Safety|
Human Rights and Ethical Policing
Executive Leadership, Strategic Planning and Partnerships
Policing and Community Safety
Strategic Financial Management