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Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement

Community Policing Strategies - (10504907)

Credits:   3.00
 

Description:

In this course, the learner will identify community resources available in your area, describe the role of an advocacy group in the criminal justice community, explain the rewards and challenges that diversity brings to and causes in society, evaluate communication barriers in dealing with the public, respond to hate crimes, identify the types of situations and the characteristics of individuals that are likely to be encountered in crisis management situations, apply Wisconsin statutory requirements and general guidelines regarding emergency detentions and emergency protective placements of persons, identify key concepts and elements associated with law enforcement response to people in crisis, apply crisis intervention principles and techniques, articulate the decision-making process taken to manage persons in crisis, describe community-oriented policing, describe problem-oriented policing, describe other policing strategies, and apply principles of crime prevention. This course consists of competencies and learning objectives from the following blocks of instruction from the Law Enforcement Standards Board 520 hour Law Enforcement Basic Training Curriculum. Community Resources - 2 hours, Diversity - 8 hours, Crisis Management - 16 hours, Policing Strategies - 16 hours.

Select Term to View Scheduled Classes:

Fall 2014   08/18/2014 TO 12/16/2014
Spring 2015   01/12/2015 TO 05/13/2015
Summer 2015   06/01/2015 TO 07/24/2015