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Utilising the IPLDP National Materials

Neil Stewart / Debbie Edon-Hayhurst Design and Development National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA)


Based on 22 NOS (IPLDP)IPLDP came from Recommendations

from HMIC (Training Matters) The Learning Requirement (Kushner & Elliot)

Community focussed Less didactic

Induction Modules

Attitudes & Behaviours

The induction modules cover the areas that you would typically see in any induction programme.

They are modules that underpin and enable the delegate to achieve the operational elements of the programme. They are also used as core themes and are constantly revisited throughout the subsequent areas of the programme in the context of the operational setting of the later modules.


: Underpinning ethics/values of the police service (EM2)


: Foster people's equality, diversity and rights 1A4 (D2)


: Develop one's own knowledge and practice 4C1 (D3)


: Develop effective relationships with colleagues (C1)


: Ensure your own actions reduce the risks to health and safety 4G2 (E2)


: Assess the needs of individuals and provide advice and support 1B9 (C3)


: Develop effective partnerships with members of the community and other agencies 1A2 (C2)


: Operation of information technology systems (EM1)

IND 9:

Administer first aid 4G4 (E3)


: Use police actions in a fair and justified way 1A1 (D1)

IND 11

: Social, community issues and Neighbourhood Policing (EM3)

Operational Modules

OP 1

: Deal with aggressive and abusive behaviour 2C4 (E1)

Skills OP 2

: Obtain, evaluate and submit information and intelligence to support local priorities 2A1 (B5)

OP 3

: Respond to incidents, conduct and evaluate investigations 2C1 2G2 1D4 (A1) Operational modules are those modules which cover the everyday operational elements of policing. They are task orientated and concentrate on enabling the Student Officers to develop the skills and understanding associated carrying out their policing duties.

OP 4

: Participate in planned operations 2C2 (B4)

OP 5

: Search individuals and premises 2I1 2I2 (B1)

OP 6:

Prepare, conduct and evaluate interviews 2H1 2H2 (A2)

OP 7

: Arrest and report suspects 2C3 (B2)

OP 8

: Escort suspects and present to custody 2K1 2K2 (B3)

OP 9:

Prepare and present case information, present evidence and finalise investigations 2J1 2J2 2G4 (A3)

LPG Modules

Knowledge & Understanding

Legislation, policy and guidelines (LPGs).

These relate to specific areas of law and processes in the programme and are largely comprised of factually based cognitive knowledge.


: Underpinning Legislation Policy and Guidelines (Phase 3)


: Underpinning Legislation Policy and Guidelines (Phase 4)

LPG 0:

Underpinning Legislation Policy and Guidelines Optional Phase (3 & 4)

Subject Based by Module x220 IPLDP (x120 PCSO)

• Learning Descriptors • Student Notes (including audio versions in 2008) • Quick Notes (April 2008)

Case Study x19 IPLDP (x4 PCSO) Resources

• E-Learning • Facilitated Discussions • Low Profile Policing Operations • Role Plays • DVD (issued separately) • Community Based/Focused Learning • Exercises (group, syndicate, individual) etc…

Programme Maintenance

Constant environmental scanning processes

in place of related doctrine / best practice / policy / standards / legal changes / customer feedback

Programme materials are maintained on an

ongoing basis

New materials and revisions uploaded to the

MLE every week

New updates immediately visible via ‘update

tool’ on website front end

Recent/forthcoming improvements

Generic Packs (complete)Updates Search facility (complete)Learning Outcomes Tracking

Spreadsheet (complete)

Quick Notes (end of April 08)Audio Files (2008)