Looking for different ways to schedule patrol in your department? After analyzing almost 200 law enforcement personnel schedules we found 3 that were most commonly used in 100+ person departments.
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Okay maybe you're not quite that excited but hey, it’s a day or so out of the office!
So, what can you expect?
And how can you make the most of
Many times departments that staff around 50-75 people need different schedules than those staffing, say, 200-400 people.
Or different than those staffing 10-20 people.
So here we will discuss one:
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Small departments need an efficient way to schedule for 24x7 coverage. While there may not be as many options for small departments, there are still a couple to evaluate.
Looking for a better way to schedule your 50-75 person police department? Maybe this is the article for you.
Maybe it's not.
But throughout our blog, we have many different 8, 10, and 12 hour
Police departments across the US vary in size. A majority of the departments we work with staff anywhere from 15-100 people. Therefore, we have compiled a few schedule examples to fit the needs of
Thinking about switching to a 10 hour shift schedule? Or maybe you're just curious how other departments schedule with 10 hour shifts.
With almost half of all PlanIt Police users scheduling with 12 hour shifts, we have a lot of example schedules to share.
A classic rotation of [3 on 3 off] has worked for many Law Enforcement Agencies using