Our Clients are Our Credentials

Law Enforcement Training and Public Policy Advisory Services

Law Enforcement Agencies
Globally, CAAS provides advisory services to law enforcement agencies on a wide range of issues. CAAS professionals work closely with police and government leaders to develop integrated violent crime reduction strategies and community policing models, utilize the latest in technology, provide customized training solutions, improve management methods and the use of metrics to motivate improved performance, while also advising on such areas as police integrity control systems, disciplinary procedures, counter terrorism, intelligence, and use of force policy.

Our past projects include advising the Los Angeles Police Department on police integrity and management issues including implementation of a recent federal court consent decree, advising the British Transport Police on how to streamline information technology procedures to shift staff resources away from paperwork and towards crime fighting and how to reduce crime and the fear of crime in an urban environment; advising the Detroit Police Department on the efficient use of Compstat as a police management and crime reduction tool.

CAAS possess a deep knowledge of the best practices in crime prevention techniques for juveniles, adult offenders and recidivism reduction.

CAAS designs customized training and implementation programs for law enforcement and security professionals. Our approach is tailored to meet individual client needs. We reject “cookie-cutter solutions” or a "one-size fits all" mindset. Instead, we focus on each client's unique challenges, capabilities and objectives to develop customized learning content and achieve best results.

In the past, our program topics have included: intelligence-led policing, leadership, public safety planning, planning for intelligence analysts, terrorism, policing terrorism, international counter-terrorism law and negotiations.

Given our vast experience and client base, CAAS consistently continues to compile, develop and deliver training programs which are innovative, realistic and engaging.

We deliver best objectives for law enforcement and security professionals with programs which are new and different, customized and cost-effective. Our clients are our best credentials.

Criminal Justice Agencies
There are crucial relationships between criminal justice agencies and police departments. CAAS provides advice to these organizations on the critical issues relating to communications, coordination, decision-making and information flow. Relevant interface issues encompass topics such as:
  • prioritization of cases;
  • prosecute/don't prosecute decisions;
  • alternatives to prosecutions;
  • improving the quality of case presentation for local prosecutors;
  • examining incarceration and non-incarceration options for offenders;
  • targeted and broad based recidivism reduction programs;
  • juvenile crime reduction;
  • facilitating greater interaction between police and prosecutors;
  • adapting technology to increase the efficiency of the police - prosecution relationship
Advice on broader solutions like changes in relevant criminal justice legislation or regulations is provided as well. CAAS also focuses on how technology can help facilitate these processes. Beginning from a macro-level perspective, CAAS personnel examine how managerial and operational elements fit together and how they can be improved. Then, micro-level solutions are identified and implanted to resolve problems and improve operations.

Recently, CAAS has been working with Transport for London, the MET police, British Transport Police and the Crown Prosecution Service examining how low-level misdemeanor and disorder offenses committed against the transport systems are prosecuted.

This project is a comprehensive examination of all aspects of London's criminal justice system with respect to low-level transport and related offenses, including technological solutions, work flow problems and criminal justice reform proposals to be submitted to Parliament.


Tim Connors