The paper "Management Plan for New South Wales State Police Force " is an outstanding example of Human Resources case study. In modern business panorama, workforce planning has become a critical aspect. Research shows that failing organizations do not bother to manage their talents. A successful organization, on the other hand, manages its talents by preparing them to respond well to certain occurrences. Workforce planning is concerned with enhancing staff capacity to respond well to incidences that arise within the firm. To shed light on workforce planning, the following report focuses on the NSW State Police Force (NSW).
NSW Police force started in 1862 with few workers and have expanded over the years to become the principal law enforcement organization in New South Wales, Australia. Among the duties of NSW police force includes stopping, uncovering and probing crime, enhancing road safety, enhancing peaceful coexistence amongst individuals and carrying out rescue and emergency operations (Greenberg, Ronald & Colin, 1983, pp, 375-394). Currently, there are more than 20,000 employees who serve in the NSW police force. In its organizational structure, the force is headed by the commission charged with the duty of the day to day governance of the force.
The commissioner is answerable to the minister for police to whom he updates on the performance and other issues concerning the force. In addition, the commissioner chairs the Commissioners Executive Team (CET) which is the force top decision making organ. Amongst other responsibilities, CET develops strategic plans for the force, develops and implements strategic direction for the force, measure and monitors the force corporate plan against corporate plan expectations and targets, manages organizational reforms and eventually updates the government on the overall direction of the force.
Based on such planning, the force is able to achieve both its short term and long term objectives since in the course on measuring and monitoring its strategic plans, it carries out corrective measures where necessary. Current and short term labor demand and supply of the NSW State Police Force The Human Resources Command has the role of identifying the vacant positions in the NSW police force. Labor demand and supply within the NSW police force changes frequently due to such aspects as retirements, deaths, resignations and recruitment of new members.
Also, the number of NSW police on duty changes every day due to such aspects as monthly leave, maternity leave, exceptional operations like disasters, and schooling among others. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (2012), there are 19, 832 employees in the NSW police force. The number of police officers in NSW Police Force is 15,943 whereas that of subordinate staff is 3,889. There are more than 500 police stations in all the six police regions with each region serving approximately 1,500,000 people.