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The Management of Serious Crime (MOSC) program is Australia's highest level training course for:
- the sharing of skills, strategies and techniques needed for dealing with serious crime
- the sharing of information about new and ongoing challenges and issues raised by serious crime
- the creation of collaborative national and international networks to overcome serious crime
Each MOSC course is based on a current policing issue. Presenters and keynote speakers are drawn from Australia and overseas. They represent a wide range of expertise, and provide a unique opportunity for MOSC participants to engage in face-to-face interaction with experts in the field.
The program deals with management practices as they apply to the investigation of serious crime. The emphasis is on practical ideas for an operational environment.
The program examines and challenges conventional attitudes to the day-to-day applications of lateral and critical thinking, negotiation, communication, and team building theory.
Sessions analysing critical operational reviews, accountability, and the specific leadership issues faced by investigation managers are presented during the program.
MOSC gives law enforcement practitioners the opportunity to establish lasting relationships with people from many international and local agencies.
Vision and Philosophy
To promote a continued commitment to investigational excellence by creating a national and international law enforcement practitioners' network.
MOSC is dedicated to providing an appropriate forum for senior investigational practitioners to share their skills and experiences in the management and leadership of serious and complex criminal matters.
The multi-jurisdictional, multi-agency MOSC program attracts a wide range of people involved in the fight against serious crime.
- senior law enforcement practitioners who lead and manage serious crime investigations with AFP and State and Territory agencies
- members of international police services
- members of Commonwealth investigative agencies
- members of other government agencies with an interest in serious crime
- parties with an interest in the theme of a particular course
More than 1300 law enforcement officers have completed a MOSC program. These graduates continue to share their skills and experiences in the management and leadership of serious crime investigations.
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