Effective public safety report preparation
Remember to follow three simple principles: preparation, organization and clarity
You know it’s important to write a good report. But how do you do it? In this tip, risk management expert and Lexipol co-founder Gordon Graham emphasizes the importance of well-written, accurate, complete, objective and timely incident reports.
Get more tips from Gordon here.
Additional police report-writing resources from Police1
- 3 simple ways to reduce redundancy in police report writing
- Why every police report needs a synopsis
- When to use passive voice: 8 tactics of professional writers
- Your English teacher was right: Active voice is better than passive voice
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