Strategic Plan: January 1, 2013 - December 31, 2017
Overview of Strategic Plan
In January 2013, the Michigan State Police rolled out a five-year Strategic Plan focusing on Providing Service with a Purpose. This Strategic Plan serves as a roadmap for the department, providing our members and customers with the goals and objectives we will work to achieve over the next five years.
During the first 18 months of this plan, much was accomplished thanks to the hard work and dedication of our members. Phase II of this plan, launched in August 2014, builds on these accomplishments and continues the forward momentum that will lead us to a milestone occasion in 2017 – our 100th anniversary.
- Provide statewide policing to enhance public safety.
- Invest in our employees by providing the highest quality training and technology.
- Enhance customer service by building on the department's foundation as a service organization.
The Michigan State Police seeks to be a world-class police agency that leads the way in adopting new and innovative policing methods and tools, providing an exceptional value for the investment.
The department recognizes our members are our most valuable resource, without whom our mission cannot be accomplished. Investing in our members will pay dividends in the quality of service and employee retention.
At its core, the MSP is a service organization. Our commitment to superior service fits well with the Good Government initiative, developed by Governor Rick Snyder and chaired by Lt. Governor Brian Calley, which seeks to bring a unified and comprehensive approach to state government by applying a framework of performance management, service and process optimization, employee engagement, and change management.
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