Police Science Tech (504)

504-101. Intro to Criminal Justice. (3 Credits)

Explore the various processing stages, practices and personnel in the criminal justice system in this foundational course. Examine the history and principles of laws and governance in the U.S. criminal justice system. Explore system components including law enforcement, the courts and correctional agencies responsible for the management of law and order. Gain a broad understanding of the effects of crime on society and the criminal justice system’s responses to criminal activity.

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504-102. Police Organization and Admin. (3 Credits)

Become familiar with the basic principles and practices of police department organization and management. Explore administrative and leadership functions associated with the management of law enforcement agencies, including concepts and procedures in police planning and research, inspectional services, personnel management, budgeting, police operations, and technical services. Study the relationship of police, government, and politics.

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504-103. Probation/Parole/Corrections. (3 Credits)

Examine the history of corrections and the community correctional system including probation, intermediate sanctions, jails and parole.

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504-104. Introduction to Security. (3 Credits)

Study the historical, philosophical, and legal basis of security. Discuss the role of security and the security individual in modern society, the concept of professionalism, and the physical aspects of the security field. Gain an overview of industrial, retail, and institutional security measures.

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504-108. Introduction to Terrorism. (3 Credits)

Provide a thorough understanding of the historical and current context of international and domestic terrorism using a criminal justice framework. Areas of study include examining motivations, ideologies, typologies, methods and tactics of terrorist organizations and individuals, as well as current trends for the U.S. and the global community. Further analyzes terrorist incidents which have resulted in heightened awareness of vulnerability of U.S. interests, counterterrorism investigative techniques, and challenges facing the law enforcement and intelligence communities.

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504-109. Street Lev Spanish 1st Respond. (3 Credits)

This beginning course in Spanish focuses on the terminology needed at street level in the field of first responders. A foundation on the knowledge of the Spanish Language is not required.

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504-110. Fitness Wellness Law Enforce. (3 Credits)

This course is designed to introduce students to physical conditioning, aerobic capacity and wellness training as it relates to local, state, and federal Law Enforcement professions. This course will further assist students to understand the need for a Law Enforcement Officer to maintain their physical conditioning, and how an officer needs to perform the basic physical skills and tasks required in the field. Additionally, this course will provide wellness strategies to stay healthy.

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504-112. Careers in Public Safety. (3 Credits)

This course will challenge students to consider the wide range of career opportunities that exist inside the larger Public Safety Community. Students will explore many of the different professions that ‘protect and serve’, how they complement one another and ultimately integrate as part of the Criminal Justice System. This course will expose students interested in public safety professions to a variety of career paths and will feature up to date information, site visits and guest speakers currently working the different areas of public safety.

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504-114. CJ Capstone. (4 Credits)

This capstone course is the culmination of the students learning experience in the Criminal Justice Studies program at WCTC and required them to demonstrate knowledge, synthesis and the integration of competencies gained throughout the program.

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504-115. Criminal Evidence. (3 Credits)

Examine the nature, types and degrees of evidence, and explore the necessity of appropriately handling evidence for admission in a court of law. Become familiar with the most frequently used sections of the Wisconsin Statutes dealing with criminal law procedure and other related topics.

Prerequisites: 504-116 with a minimum grade of C

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504-116. Constitutional Rights Crim Law. (3 Credits)

This course introduces students to the Constitution of the Unites States and the guarantees it provides to all citizens including those accused of crimes. While the Constitution covers various rights of the Unites States citizens, this course will focus on the amendments of the Constitution and their application in criminal investigations and prosecutions.

Prerequisites: 801-136 with a minimum grade of C

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504-119. Future Trends Criminal Justice. (3 Credits)

In this course, students will examine Criminal Justice trends in the 21st century and the rapidly evolving expectations for accountability from the public. As the entire system faces new challenges along with increased scrutiny from the public and the media, the professions involved in the Criminal Justice System need to respond with significant changes in the area of leadership, structure, culture, policy and technology.

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504-120. Terrorism Homeland Security. (3 Credits)

This course introduces students to the problem of terrorism and the threat of terrorism as it affects American interests around the world and its solution, Homeland Security. In addition to an introduction to the topic of terrorism, this course will identify current public and private sector counterterrorism measures to create a secure homeland. Students will study the Homeland Security enterprise and all-hazards emergency management in the United States from the national, state and local perspectives.

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504-122. Patrol & Traffic Procedures. (3 Credits)

Develop an understanding of the tactical methods used in conducting an efficient police patrol. Explore the operational responsibilities necessary for a police officer. Gain an understanding of the technologies used in the enforcement, regulation and control of traffic laws and a general overview of traffic accident investigations.

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504-123. Criminal Investigation Theory. (3 Credits)

Describe the role evidence plays in criminal investigations and prosecutions; apply the steps for processing crime scenes; apply appropriate strategies to locate, handle and package evidentiary items; document the crime scene; recognize the unique investigative issues for crimes against life; apply appropriate strategies to secure the scene, collect and preserve evidence, and investigate a death; recognize the dynamics of victimization; apply knowledge of the definitions and responsibilities for law enforcement; apply appropriate interview techniques with adult or child victims; analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to domestic abuse; intervene and apply appropriate investigative strategies; respond to an officer-involved domestic violence incident; analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to sexual abuse; demonstrate investigative techniques in a simulated sexual assault case; and identify other resources that can assist in sexual assault cases.

Prerequisites: 504-116 with a minimum grade of C

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504-124. Forensic Investigation I. (3 Credits)

The student will be provided with an introduction to many areas within the field of forensic science. Learn how forensic science assists in crime resolution. Areas of study include: Fingerprint identification, questioned document analysis, hair and fiber analysis, DNA analysis, anthropology, blood spatter analysis, and impression evidence analysis.

Prerequisites: (504-900 with a minimum grade of D- or 504-101 with a minimum grade of D-) and 504-122 with a minimum grade of D-

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504-125. Forensics Investigation II. (3 Credits)

This course furthers the student's knowledge of forensic science and its value and application to a criminal investigation. Areas of study include: ballistics, wound analysis, trace evidence, biological evidence, arson and explosives, entomology, pathology, forensic psychology and psychiatry, and forensic profiling.

Prerequisites: 504-124 with a minimum grade of D-

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504-126. Intro to Criminal Justice. (3 Credits)

Explore the various processing stages, practices and personnel in the criminal justice system in this foundational course. Examine the history and principles of laws and governance in the U.S. criminal justice system. Explore system components including law enforcement, the courts and correctional agencies responsible for the management of law and order. Gain a broad understanding of the effects of crime on society and the criminal justice system’s responses to criminal activity.

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504-127. Juvenile Law. (3 Credits)

Learn to describe the juvenile justice system, describe the handling of cases of children in need of protection or services, describe the handling of cases of juveniles in need of protection or services or alleged to be delinquent, identify constitutional law issues that are relevant to juveniles, analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to child maltreatment, explain the issues involved in investigating incidents of child victimization, intervene and apply appropriate investigative strategies, describe the roles of other agencies in child maltreatment cases, and recognize the unique investigative issues for missing children.

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504-128. Report Writing. (3 Credits)

Explain the context of report writing, take effective field notes, organize information in reports, write narratives, describe what information should be included in certain types of reports, prepare for court, describe how to be an effective witness, and testify as a witness in court.

Prerequisites: 801-136 with a minimum grade of C

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504-129. Criminal Investigation Theory. (3 Credits)

Describe the role evidence plays in criminal investigations and prosecutions; apply the steps for processing crime scenes; apply appropriate strategies to locate, handle and package evidentiary items; document the crime scene; recognize the unique investigative issues for crimes against life; apply appropriate strategies to secure the scene, collect and preserve evidence, and investigate a death; recognize the dynamics of victimization; apply knowledge of the definitions and responsibilities for law enforcement; apply appropriate interview techniques with adult or child victims; analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to domestic abuse; intervene and apply appropriate investigative strategies; respond to an officer-involved domestic violence incident; analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to sexual abuse; demonstrate investigative techniques in a simulated sexual assault case; and identify other resources that can assist in sexual assault cases.

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504-135. Juvenile Law. (3 Credits)

Learn to describe the juvenile justice system, describe the handling of cases of children in need of protection or services, describe the handling of cases of juveniles in need of protection or services or alleged to be delinquent, identify constitutional law issues that are relevant to juveniles, analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to child maltreatment, explain the issues involved in investigating incidents of child victimization, intervene and apply appropriate investigative strategies, describe the roles of other agencies in child maltreatment cases, and recognize the unique investigative issues for missing children.

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504-140. Criminology. (3 Credits)

Learn about the issues, theories and research that comprise criminology, and develop an understanding of the criminal justice field.

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504-142. Report Writing. (3 Credits)

Explain the context of report writing, take effective field notes, organize information in reports, write narratives, describe what information should be included in certain types of reports, prepare for court, describe how to be an effective witness, and testify as a witness in court.

Prerequisites: 801-136 with a minimum grade of C

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504-151. Internship - Criminal Justice. (3 Credits)

Take part in a meaningful occupational experience that is highly structured to include technical competencies needed to enhance job skills. Interpersonal relationships are stressed in weekly class seminars. Both classroom and field experiences are included. To complete an internship, WCTC must first verify that students have met the prerequisites. Please contact the Career Connections Department at 262.695.7848 or internshipdepartment@wctc.edu for assistance.

Prerequisites: Approval of Co-op Ed Office

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504-157. Scenario Assessment. (1 Credit)

A capstone course to assess the learners cumulative knowledge though the use of scenarios in the certifiable Law Enforcement curriculum. (Prerequisite: all topics included in the DOJ 720 LE Curriculum)

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504-160. Intro to Homeland Security. (3 Credits)

Introduction to the concept of homeland security. Defines and explains homeland security. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will be thoroughly analyzed and its mission will be investigated. Also addresses chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive devices and the use of these weapons of mass destruction. The importance and basic elements of a planned response, methods used to prevent the importation of weapons of mass destruction into the U.S., and what is being and what can be done to prevent another large-scale terrorist incident in the United States will be covered. Students will also learn the Incident Command System required by National Incident Management System as well as the National Emergency Response System.

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504-161. Intro to Cyber Crimes. (3 Credits)

This introductory course in the Public Safety program reveals many of the techniques involved in the examination of digital evidence. Understand how data is stored and recovered in common computer environments. Emphasis will be placed on locations of where evidence may be found, evidentiary hardware recognition, forensics practices, and proper collection and preservation techniques. Topics covered include computer crime trends, recognition and collection of digital evidence, hard drive basics, file systems, operating systems, forensic copying of data, recovering deleted information, MS Windows evidentiary artifacts and industry-standard forensic applications.

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504-162. Employment Strategies. (1 Credit)

This course will get you ready for the employment process upon graduation. You will get the proper coaching and mentoring needed to find a job in the criminal justice area. You will also be exposed to the different careers and advancements available for a successful start.

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504-163. Internship - Criminal Justice. (1 Credit)

This course will provide Criminal Justice students the opportunity to participate in an internship with a

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504-180. Organizational Threat Assmt. (3 Credits)

This course prepares the learner with knowledge and skills to: develop organizational policies on background checks on new hires, handling potential employee behavioral problems, workplace crimes. Discussion will also include strategy on physical security of facilities and personnel and continuity planning.

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504-182. Current Security Technologies. (3 Credits)

The focus of this course will cover the evolution of security technology and its applicable uses in today’s modern security world. From philosophy of security technology to convergence to technical applications, this course will provide students an overview of technical systems used to mitigate risk to an organization. Students will gain a better understanding of systems used to deter, detect and delay individuals from committing acts against an organizations property and people. We will pair risk assessments with correlating technology systems to improve situational awareness, preserve evidence and explore predictive analytics.

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504-183. Security Management Challenges. (3 Credits)

Leading security programs in today’s business environment is challenging with security planning and execution in a world of constantly evolving risks. Preparing security leaders for the challenges of modern business strategies and tactics is essential and applying security values and professional practices in organizations of all types.

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504-184. Wkpl Violence/Threat Assess. (3 Credits)

Students in this class will learn the many facets of violence that impact the workplace, how to identify, prioritize and assess their impact to an organization. They will learn strategies to develop processes to reduce their likelihood and respond if they happen. By the end of the class students will have developed a violence prevention and response program.

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504-337. Policing in America. (1 Credit)

Learn rules and procedures of the police academy, as well as various elements of the criminal justice system and the role of law enforcement. Explore belief systems, social pressures, moral problems and decision making.

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504-338. Legal Context. (2 Credits)

Learn the structure of the criminal justice system including criminal procedure, arrest, use of force, search and seizure, the limits on the law activity, classification and elements of crimes.

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504-339. Tactical Skills. (3 Credits)

Learn the basis of and the limits for the use of force by Wisconsin officers. Specific techniques for interventions will range from empty hands to use of firearms.

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504-340. Relational Skills. (3 Credits)

Learn to write law enforcement reports, and understand the role of communication in developing specific skills and strategies for handling emotionally disturbed people, the legal basis for emergency placements, testifying in court and community policing strategies.

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504-341. Patrol Procedures. (4 Credits)

Learn Wisconsin traffic laws and enforcement including the investigation of traffic crashes and crash scene management. Emergency vehicle operation, pursuit guidelines, conducting legal vehicle contacts, arrest procedures, OWI and emergency medical services will also be covered.

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504-342. Investigations. (2 Credits)

Learn techniques and procedures for interviewing and interrogating. Understand how to recognize and handle evidence, the correct law enforcement response to a victim of a crime, statutory elements and procedures for sensitive crimes.

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504-346. Scenario Evaluation. (1 Credit)

Uses scenarios developed by the WI DOJ to evaluate six core abilities critical to success in law enforcement: decision making, tactical skills, emergency management, investigative skills, written and interpersonal communication.

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504-401. Citizens Academy. (0.07 Credits)

This class will help the public understand the policies, procedures and practices in law enforcement.

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504-401A. Citizens Academy. (0.1 Credits)

This class will help the public understand the policies, procedures and practices in law enforcement.

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504-401B. Career Explores. (0.1 Credits)

This class will introduce the basics of the law enforcement profession to law enforcement explorers.

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504-403. Street Crimes Seminar. (0.6 Credits)

Designed to provide law enforcement officers the tools needed to conduct effective street interviews and stops.

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504-403B. Human Trafficking 101. (0.1 Credits)

This four hour class will cover the basics of human trafficking and provide steps to investigate these types of crimes.

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504-403C. Human Trafficking 101. (0.2 Credits)

This course is structured to provide each student with an overview of the Human Trafficking problem, and how to develop enforcement plans.

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504-403D. Marijuana Update. (0.2 Credits)

This course will provide the latest legal updates, testing procedures and case law regarding marijuana.

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504-403E. 911 Homicide Calls. (0.4 Credits)

This course will instruct the attendee on the importance of obtaining and analyzing the 911 call made by individuals during homicides, alleged suicides and alleged accidental deaths.

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504-404. Emergency Planning. (0.1 Credits)

Provides law enforcement/business and industry the tools needed to develop an emergency preparedness plan.

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504-407C. BA Narcotics Investigaton/16hr. (0.4 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools to conduct basic narcotics investigations.

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504-410B. Police Appl Background Inv. (0.4 Credits)

This course will train law enforcement officers on the most effective ways to conduct background investigations on police applicants.

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504-410I. Crime Scene Investigation. (0.2 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to instruct on ways to prevent crime scene contamination.

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504-410J. The Art of Interrogation. (0.2 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to understand how to obtain confessions legally.

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504-410K. Eyewitness Evidence. (0.2 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to understand best practices for eyewitness identification.

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504-410L. Internal Affairs. (0.4 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will obtain information on how to conduct internal affairs investigations in this 16 hour class.

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504-410N. Background Investigations. (0.2 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will learn how to conduct police application background investigations in this eight-hour class.

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504-410O. Conflict Resolution. (0.2 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will learn the latest information in employee and employment conflict resolution in this eight-hour class.

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504-410P. Confession Law Update. (0.2 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will learn the latest information on obtaining confessions and current confession case law during this eight-hour course.

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504-410Q. Community Service Officer. (0.4 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will obtain information to become Community Service Officers in this 16-hour course.

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504-410R. Search Warrant Preparation. (0.2 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain information on the preparations necessary before serving a search warrant.

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504-410S. Tac Resp to Terrorist Incident. (0.4 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will learn how to tactically respond to domestic and/or terrorist incidents in this 16-hour course.

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504-410T. Investigating Social Networks. (0.2 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will obtain information on investigating social networks and cell phone applications.

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504-410U. Response to Critical Incidents. (0.2 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will obtain information on how to effectively respond to critical incidents.

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504-410V. Patrol Resp to Internet Crimes. (0.2 Credits)

Law enforcement officers will obtain information to learn how to respond to internet related crimes during this eight-hour course.

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504-410W. Criminal Investigations. (0.4 Credits)

This class is designed for new detectives to learn specific techniques of criminal investigations.

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504-410Y. Evidence Property Management. (0.1 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement command staff to understand the recent evidence rules and court decisions regarding evidence property.

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504-410Z. IED Awareness. (0.2 Credits)

Police Officers will learn specifics about improvised explosive devices in this eight-hour class.

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504-411. Fire Investigations. (2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the skills needed to investigate fires/arson.

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504-411A. Arson/Fire Invest Part A. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed to provide the training needed to conduct fire and arson investigations.

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504-411B. Arson/Fire Invest Part B. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed to provide the training needed to conduct fire and arson investigations.

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504-411C. Arson/Fire Invest Part C. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed to provide the training needed to conduct fire and arson investigations.

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504-411D. Arson/Fire Invest Part D. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed to provide the training needed to conduct fire and arson investigations.

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504-412. Safety Awareness/Threat Assess. (0.1 Credits)

This class will provide organizations information on how to assess threats and maintain safety.

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504-412B. Safety Awareness/Threat Assess. (0.1 Credits)

This class will provide the latest information on how to be aware of your surroundings and understand potential threats.

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504-413. General Aviation Sec Lev 2. (0.2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers and aviation stakeholders understanding in general aviation security.

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504-415. Gen Aviation Sec First Resp. (0.2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers/aviation professions to recognize how GA aircraft and facilities could be used for criminal purposes.

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504-416G. Drone Trng for Public Safety. (0.1 Credits)

Public safety professionals will be introduced to the world of drones and will receive information on navigating the evolving legislation.

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504-417. Cyber Bullying. (0.8 Credits)

This class is designed to train police officers to understand and investigate cyber bullying.

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504-417A. Cellular Device Provider Data. (0.2 Credits)

This class will identify all the forensic options to accessing cellular device data.

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504-417B. Internet Profiling. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide step-by-step in-depth researching techniques utilizing online and open source databases located on the web.

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504-417C. Credit Card Skimming. (0.2 Credits)

This class will address the increasing of credit card skimming in WI.

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504-417D. White Collar Crime 101. (0.2 Credits)

This course is structured to give the law enforcement investigator a detailed introduction to a variety of fraud investigations and how to identify the key first steps in the investigation that will lead to a successful conviction.

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504-417E. Advance White Collar Crime 201. (0.2 Credits)

504-422. Community Policing. (0.6 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools needed to understand the theories and practices of community policing.

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504-422B. Com Policing & Problem Solving. (0.4 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools needed to start, development and implement a community policing program.

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504-422C. Community Policing. (0.5 Credits)

This 20 hour course provides law enforcement officers the tools needed to understand the theories and practices of community policing.

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504-422D. Alcohol Control. (0.1 Credits)

Officers will be provided with the tools, knowledge and resources for effective alcohol regulation.

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504-422G. Tactical Fitness Update. (0.1 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques to Tactical Functional Fitness instructors.

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504-423. Use of Force. (0.2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers up to date information on local, state and federal use of force.

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504-423A. Concealed Carry for Civilians. (0.6 Credits)

This course is designed to assist civilians on the requirements and laws pertinent to the Wisconsin Concealed Carry Law.

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504-423B. Concealed Carry Training. (0.1 Credits)

This course is designed to meet the requirements of the Wisconsin Concealed Carry Law.

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504-423F. Legal Update. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide up to date information on recent court of appeals and court cases relevant to the WI police officer.

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504-425A. Sexting: A LE Response. (0.8 Credits)

This class is designed for officers to understand the basics of responding to crimes involving text messaging.

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504-430E. SFST Instructor. (0.4 Credits)

Designed to provide law enforcement officers the tools become NHTSA certified SFST instructors.

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504-432A. Field Training Officer-Part A. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain information to become Field Training Officers.

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504-432B. Field Training Officer-Part B. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain information to become Field Training Officers.

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504-432C. Field Training Supervisor-1. (0.4 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain information to become a supervisor for the Field Training Officer program, part 1.

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504-432D. Field Training Supervisor-2. (0.4 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain information to become a supervisor for the Field Training Officer program, part 2

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504-432E. Pers and Prof Breakthroughs. (0.2 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to understand the effects of personal and professional stress.

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504-432F. Field Trng Ofcr Kaminskiy Pt B. (0.5 Credits)

This class is designed to certify officers in the San Jose Model of Field Training. Part B

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504-432G. Field Trng Ofcr Kaminsky Pt A. (0.5 Credits)

This class is designed to certify officers in the San Jose Model of Field Training. Part A.

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504-434E. Financial Crime Investigations. (0.4 Credits)

Police officers will learn how to conduct investigations of financial crimes in this 16 hour course.

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504-437C. Internet Based Invest. Res.. (0.2 Credits)

Instruction will be provided on primarily unknown and under-utilized internet based investigative resources.

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504-437D. Intro to Phone & Internet Inv.. (0.2 Credits)

Instruction will be provided on investigations involving cellular devices and the internet.

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504-438A. Basic Handgun Fundamentals. (0.1 Credits)

This class is designed to train the public on the basics of firearms safety.

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504-438B. How to Choose a Handgun. (0.05 Credits)

This class is designed to train the public on selection considerations for a handgun.

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504-441B. HR 218. (0.1 Credits)

This class will provide firearms training to law enforcement officers.

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504-441C. Firearms Qualifications. (0.05 Credits)

This course will provide students the opportunity to go through the WI DOJ Handgun Qualification Course.

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504-442D. Instructor Development - A. (0.4 Credits)

This course will provide officers with the skills to become a Wisconsin Certified Department of Justice (DOJ) instructor.

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504-442E. Instructor Development - B. (0.4 Credits)

This course will provide officers with the skills to become a Wisconsin Certified Department of Justice (DOJ) instructor.

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504-442F. Functional Fitness. (0.4 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain information to become Functional Fitness instructors.

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504-442G. Rifle Instructor. (0.6 Credits)

This class is designed for currently certified firearms instructors to obtain an additional certification as a rifle instructor.

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504-442H. Tactical Response Update. (0.2 Credits)

Updated material related to the 720 hour police academy will be presented to current Tactical Response Instructors.

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504-442I. DAAT Update. (0.2 Credits)

Updated material related to the 720 hour police academy will be provided to current DAAT Instructors.

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504-442J. Firearms Trng Private Security. (0.9 Credits)

This course will provide the necessary 36 hour training requirements for a Private Security Person to obtain a firearms permit to carry a firearm while on duty.

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504-444A. Interview and Inter/Deception. (0.6 Credits)

A twenty-four hour course in criminal investigation for detectives. The student will acquire skills to successfully interview and interrogate. Also included is detection of deception which may lead to prosecution.

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504-444E. Interview/Interrogation-Adv. (0.2 Credits)

Includes advanced up to date techniques in interviewing and interrogating suspects.

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504-444G. Truth to Lies: Statements. (0.6 Credits)

In this class, students will learn a highly reliable method to determine truth from deception in both verbal and written statements.

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504-447. The Bullet Proof Mind. (0.2 Credits)

The objective of this seminar is to do, for the mind and spirit, what body armor does for the torso. Topics include: the psychological cost of conflict; the physiology and psychology of a conflict situation; the use of training to overcome the resistance to killing; how it feels to kill; reaction stages to killing; PTSD - what it is and how to prevent it; and, a virus of violence in America and world wide - its causes and effect.

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504-447C. Plain Clothes Investigations. (0.2 Credits)

504-447D. Surveillance Training. (0.2 Credits)

This course will provide information on different surveillance techniques for use in theft, burglaries, robberies and drug dealing offenses.

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504-448A. Sniper/40hr. (1 Credit)

This course will focus on the fundamentals of precision marksmanship and fieldcraft, key elements necessary to provide a solid foundation for an officer newly assigned as a sniper.

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504-448B. Sniper Seminar. (0.6 Credits)

Provides law enforcement sniper updated information and techniques.

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504-448C. Cold Weather Sniper 16hr. (0.4 Credits)

Provides law enforcement sniper updated information and techniques.

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504-448D. Basic Sniper - Part A. (0.5 Credits)

This is Part A of a two-part class designed to train law enforcement officers to become police snipers.

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504-448E. Basic Sniper - Part B. (0.5 Credits)

This is Part B of a two-part class designed to train law enforcement officers to become police snipers.

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504-448F. Maritime Sniper Training Pt. A. (0.4 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement snipers to enhance their maritime sniper skills. Part A.

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504-448G. Maritime Sniper Training Pt. B. (0.4 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement snipers to enhance their maritime sniper skills. Part B.

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504-448H. Adv Sniper Night Operations. (0.8 Credits)

This advanced level sniper class will teach techniques needed for night/low light operations.

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504-448I. Adv. Sniper Night Ops.-Pt A. (0.4 Credits)

This class will provide advanced training for snipers on preparing for night sniper operations. Part A

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504-448J. Adv. Sniper Night Ops.-Pt B. (0.4 Credits)

This class will provide advanced training for snipers on preparing for night sniper operations. Part B

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504-448K. Simunitions Instructor. (0.6 Credits)

This course will provide students substantial hands-on experience with simunition training technology.

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504-448L. Simunitions Instructor Recert. (0.4 Credits)

This course will provide students an update after their initial simunition instructor training.

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504-450. Standardized Field Sobriety Tr. (0.9 Credits)

This course will provide information on the NHTSA policies and procedures in Standardized Field Sobriety Testing.

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504-450A. Law Enforcement Lock Picking. (0.2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools needed in the picking and opening of standard locks.

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504-450B. Lock Picking. (0.3 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain the skills necessary to pick commercial and residential locks.

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504-450C. Identifying Deceptive Behavior. (0.2 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to understand and detect deceptive behavior.

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504-450D. Identifying Deceptive Behavior. (0.6 Credits)

This course will go in depth providing officers information on detecting deception.

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504-450E. SFST. (0.8 Credits)

This course will provide training on the NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Training requirements.

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504-457. Major Case Investigations. (1 Credit)

Major Case Investigations is a course designed to teach police officers a systematic approach to investigations. Officers are taught to be proactive instead of reactive. The course includes a crime scene, how to develop sources of information, what solves cases, crime scene analysis, how to read the crime scene, techniques of investigation and pre-planning for court. Slides and videos are also used to demonstrate and analyze the crime scene.

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504-457B. Major Case Investigation. (0.2 Credits)

Designed to provide law enforcement officers up to date information on major case investigations.

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504-457C. The Professional Protector. (0.2 Credits)

This class examines the law enforcement response to conflict, violence, and victimization, along with proactive coping strategies related to trauma.

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504-457D. Fit Force. (0.6 Credits)

This class will prepare the participants to develop and maintain an agency's health and wellness program.

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504-457E. The Professional Protector. (0.2 Credits)

This class examines the law enforcement response to conflict, violence, and victimization, along with proactive coping strategies related to trauma.

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504-457F. Operation RUSH. (0.4 Credits)

This two day class breaks down traffic stops into segments and includes hands on vehicle searches.

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504-457G. Drug ID for Corrections. (0.4 Credits)

This two day class will provide information on current drug trends, clandestine paraphernalia, concealment methods, clothing and symbols of the drug world.

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504-462. Special Weapons and Tactics. (1 Credit)

A course focusing on special weapons and tactics.

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504-462A. Rapid Response for Security. (0.2 Credits)

This course is structured to provide security professionals the tactics, techniques and skills needed to respond to an active assailant situation.

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504-462B. Firearms Familiarization/3 hrs. (0.08 Credits)

This course will cover the basics of firearm handling and safety.

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504-462D. Officer/Citizen Rescue Tactics. (0.2 Credits)

This course is designed to provide law enforcement officers training on officer/citizen/hostage rescue tactics.

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504-462G. Rapid Response. (0.2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools needed for rapid response.

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504-462J. Tactical Emergency Medicine. (0.2 Credits)

This class will teach law enforcement officers self and buddy medical care while under fire and in situations where normal medical care is inaccessible.

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504-462L. Crowd Control. (0.6 Credits)

This class is designed to teach officers the basics of dealing with and controlling large crowds of people.

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504-462M. Tactical Update. (0.1 Credits)

This course will provide officers an update on police tactics.

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504-462N. Tactical Emergency Medicine. (0.1 Credits)

This course will provide officers the basics in Tactical Emergency Medicine.

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504-462O. Tactical Update. (0.3 Credits)

This course will cover updated information on the latest tactical techniques.

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504-462P. Shoot House Instructor. (0.6 Credits)

Upon successful completion, the officers who attend this class will be Shoot House Instructors.

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504-462Q. Firearms Training / 36 hours. (0.9 Credits)

This 36 hour class will cover the basics of fundamental firearms training.

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504-462R. Firearms Trng Update / 6 hours. (0.15 Credits)

This 6 hour class will provide a refresher of previous firearms training.

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504-462S. Law Enforcement Update. (0.05 Credits)

This 2 hour class will provide up to date information on a variety of law enforcement topics.

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504-462T. Plain Clothes Investigations. (0.2 Credits)

This course will provide information officers need to work investigations in “plain clothes.”

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504-462U. Surveillance Training. (0.2 Credits)

This course will provide the latest info on how to effectively use surveillance in an investigation.

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504-462V. Benelli Armorer. (0.2 Credits)

This course is structured to provide each student with a practical understanding of the advanced features of Benelli weapons.

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504-462W. Springfield Armorer. (0.2 Credits)

This course is structured to provide each student with a practical understanding of the advanced features of Springfield weapons.

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504-462X. Springfld Armorer-1911 Handgun. (0.2 Credits)

This course is structured to provide each student with a practical understanding of the advanced features of Springfield 1911 Weapon System.

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504-462Y. Spec Unit Tact Resp Training. (0.4 Credits)

This course is structured to provide each student with practical hands on tactical techniques that will be used by Patrol Officers assigned to Specialized Units operating in dangerous environments.

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504-462Z. Basic Low Light Tactics. (0.4 Credits)

This course is structured to provide the students with tactical skills to perform in different low light situations.

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504-469. Emer Veh Operation Course. (0.6 Credits)

This course familiarizes the police officer with Wisconsin state law as it pertains to emergency vehicles and their operation and with personal capabilities and limitations when operating the patrol vehicle under emergency vehicle operation conditions.

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504-469C. Emer Veh Operator/8 Hrs. (0.2 Credits)

This eight-hour class will familiarize the police officer with Wisconsin state law as it pertains to emergency vehicles and their operation. Personal capabilities and limitations of the police officer while operating a patrol vehicle under emergency conditions will also be covered.

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504-469D. Emer Veh Operator/4 Hrs. (0.1 Credits)

This four-hour class will familiarize the police officer with Wisconsin state law as it pertains to emergency vehicles and their operation. Personal capabilities and limitations of the police officer while operating a patrol vehicle under emergency conditions will also be covered.

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504-470. Emergency Vehicle Operator. (0.4 Credits)

This course familiarizes the police officer with Wisconsin state law as it pertains to emergency vehicles and their operation and with personal capabilities and limitations when operating the patrol vehicle under emergency vehicle operating conditions.

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504-470A. Defensive Driving for Teens. (0.2 Credits)

Provides students with skills necessary to handle emergency evasive actions on the road during day hours. Hands-on training will include controlled stopping. Recognition and identification of designated turn lanes will be practiced in conjunction with proper driving position, hand placement, and vehicle control.

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504-471A. EVOC Instructor - Part A. (0.5 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officers to obtain certification as Emergency Vehicle Operations Instructors (Part A).

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504-471B. EVOC Instructor - Part B. (0.5 Credits)

This class is designed for law enforcement officials to obtain certification as Emergency Vehicle Operations Instructors (Part B).

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504-475C. K-9 Certification. (0.2 Credits)

Law enforcement K-9 officers and their canine will receive various certifications through this course.

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504-475D. K9 Tracking Workshop. (0.6 Credits)

This course is structured to provide the handler and the dog the tools and understanding to train for tracking people and articles on all surfaces including hard surface in remote and populated area’s.

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504-478A. Hostage Negotiations Update. (0.4 Credits)

Students will be updated on new skills and techniques to successfully de-escalate a potentially violent hostage situation.

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504-478C. Hostage Negotiations (8 hr). (0.2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools needed to conduct a hostage/crisis negotiation

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504-478E. Basics of Crisis/Hostage Neg. (0.2 Credits)

This class is designed to address the fundamental needs of the successful crisis/hostage negotiator.

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504-478F. Crisis Negotiators Conference. (0.5 Credits)

This class is designed for hostage/crisis negotiators to learn the latest techniques.

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504-483H. Media Relations for LE. (0.1 Credits)

Assists law enforcement in dealing with the media.

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504-483J. Ground Defense & Escapes. (0.4 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools needed to escape from various positions of disadvantage on the ground utilizing simple but effective techniques.

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504-483K. Intel. Analysis/Security Mgmt.. (1.2 Credits)

This course examines intelligence analysis and its indispensable relationship to the security management of terrorist attacks, man-made disasters and natural disasters.

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504-483L. DAAT Instructor Trng - Part A. (0.5 Credits)

This class is a Department of Justice instructor training course for defense and arrest Tactics - Part A.

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504-483M. DAAT Instructor Trng. - Part B. (0.5 Credits)

This class is a Department of Justice instructor training course for defense and arrest tactics - Part B.

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504-483N. DAAT Instructor Trng. - Part C. (0.5 Credits)

This class is a Department of Justice instructor training course for defense and arrest tactics - Part C.

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504-483O. DAAT Instructor Trng. - Part D. (0.5 Credits)

This class is a Department of Justice instructor training course for defense and arrest tactics - Part D.

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504-483P. Veteran Police Officer. (0.6 Credits)

This class is designed for veteran police officers to enhance their performance, attitudes and department morale.

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504-483Q. DAAT Inst Part E. (0.4 Credits)

This class is designed for WI Police Officers to obtain a certification as a Defense and Arrest Tactics Instructor.

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504-493. Radar/LIDAR. (0.8 Credits)

This class will provide students with the knowledge, skills and expertise to use and understand the radar and lidar unit.

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504-493A. Lidar. (0.2 Credits)

This course will satisfy the requirement of Police Traffic Lidar as required by NTHSA and the LESB for Lidar operation.

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504-493B. Radar. (0.6 Credits)

This course will provide specialized training in the calibration and use of a RADAR unit.

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504-494A. Leadership Police Org - Pt A. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in law enforcement leadership.

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504-494B. Leadership Police Org - Pt B. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in law enforcement leadership.

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504-494C. Leadership Police Org - Pt C. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in law enforcement leadership.

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504-494D. Leadership Police Org - Pt D. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in law enforcement leadership.

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504-494E. Leadership Police Org - Pt E. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in law enforcement leadership.

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504-494F. Leadership Police Org - Pt F. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in law enforcement leadership.

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504-495A. Supervisor Leadership Part A. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed for first-line supervisors and middle managers with the goal of enhancing leadership competencies.

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504-495B. Supervisor Leadership Part B. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed for first-line supervisors and middle managers with the goal of enhancing leadership competencies.

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504-495D. Command Inst-Law Enf. Part A. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed for upper level managers with the goal of enhancing leadership competencies. Part A

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504-495E. Command Inst-Law Enf. Part B. (0.5 Credits)

This course is designed for upper level managers with the goal of enhancing leadership competencies. Part B

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504-495F. FBI Command College-Part A. (0.45 Credits)

The first part of a two-part course that will provide leadership training for law enforcement executives.

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504-495G. FBI Command College-Part B. (0.45 Credits)

The second part of a two-part course that will provide leadership training for law enforcement executives.

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504-496. Leadership in Police Org. (2 Credits)

Designed to provide law enforcement officers the tools needed lead a law enforcement organization.

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504-496E. Effective Personnel Mgt. (0.2 Credits)

Designed to provide law enforcement officers/supervisors the tools needed to effectively manage personnel.

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504-496F. Pain Behind the Badge. (0.2 Credits)

Provides law enforcement officers the tools needed to deal with the struggles associated with police work.

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504-496G. WI Public Records law. (0.2 Credits)

Public safety personnel will learn the nuances of the Wisconsin Public Records Law during this eight-hour class.

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504-496I. Smarter Policing Changing Time. (0.6 Credits)

This course will provide information on the hot topics in policing today from procedural justice, Blue Courage and de-escalation techniques.

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504-496J. On Target Supervision-LE 8 hr. (0.2 Credits)

This 8 hour class is designed to enhance and refine the leadership skills of experienced and new supervisors.

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504-496K. On-Target Solution Exec Leader. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in executive leadership training for law enforcement officers.

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504-496L. On-Target Solution Supervisors. (0.4 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in supervision for law enforcement officers. -

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504-496M. Prof Stand & Internal Affairs. (0.4 Credits)

This class will provide current information on professional standards in law enforcement and internal affairs investigations.

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504-496N. On-Target Solution Prob Employ. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide current information on dealing with problem employees.

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504-496O. Best Practices for LE. (0.2 Credits)

This course is designed for all law enforcement professionals who lead and manage divisions or bureaus and who develop policies for their organizations.

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504-496P. Smarter Police Changing Times. (0.2 Credits)

This course will provide information on the hot topics in policing today from procedural justice, Blue Courage and de-escalation techniques.

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504-496Q. Media Relations Public Safety. (0.4 Credits)

This course will provide information on the importance of dealing with the media and is intended for public safety agencies.

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504-496R. On-Target Employee Evaluation. (0.2 Credits)

This course is structured to provide each student with better knowledge on evaluating employees in a manner that will improve their performance.

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504-497. First Line Supervisors. (3.4 Credits)

This course will provide leadership skills to first line law enforcement supervisors.

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504-497C. First Line Supervisors-Pt A. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in first line supervision for police officers.

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504-497D. First Line Supervisors-Pt B. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in first line supervision for police officers.

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504-497E. First Line Supervisors-Pt C. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in first line supervision for police officers.

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504-497F. First Line Supervisors-Pt D. (0.5 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in first line supervision for police officers.

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504-498N. Police Inservice/4 hr. (0.1 Credits)

This course will provide information to law enforcement officers on a variety of retirement options.

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504-499. Basic Photography. (1 Credit)

An intensive forty hour course in the familiarization of officers with 35mm camera gear and its uses in police work. The course will include lecture, demonstrations and hands-on training. Actual photos will be taken by each student in the areas of accidents, crime scenes and close-ups.

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504-499G. VPT/Rifle-Handgun Update. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide current information to police officers on vehicle pursuit training and handguns and rifles.

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504-499H. Use of Force. (0.2 Credits)

This class is deisgned for law enforcement officers to obtain knowledge on use of force principles.

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504-499I. Leg Updt/Crisis Trg/Suicide. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide current information to police officers on changing laws, incident debriefs and suicide prevention.

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504-499J. Vehicle Pursuit Training 4hr. (0.1 Credits)

Training and standards required curriculum will be used.

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504-499K. Investigator In-Service. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide updated information for investigators and detectives.

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504-499L. Firearms Update. (0.1 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in firearms training for law enforcement officers.

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504-499M. EVOC/VPT Update. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide current techniques in emergency vehicle operations and vehicle pursuit training for law enforcement officers.

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504-499N. Ground Def/Rescue Task Force. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide updates on ground fighting and rescue task force tactics.

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504-499O. Legal Update-OIS TFT. (0.2 Credits)

This class will provide updates on the latest issues concerning legal updates, officer involved shooting, and tactical functional fitness.

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504-499P. EVOC/MILO. (0.2 Credits)

This course will provide training on emergency vehicle operations and firearms decision making.

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504-499Q. Legal Update. (0.1 Credits)

This class will provide the students an update on changing laws.

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504-499R. Legal Update/Manage Bias. (0.1 Credits)

This class will provide the students an update on changing laws and an understanding on managing explicit bias.

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504-499S. Legal Update/Incident Review. (0.2 Credits)

This course will provide information on the latest legal issues surrounding law enforcement and review recent criminal justice incidents.

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504-499T. EVOC/Firearms. (0.2 Credits)

In this course, attendees will participate in the DOJ firearms qualification course. Additonally, training will be provided on emergency driving procedures.

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504-499U. Scenarios. (0.1 Credits)

In this course, attendees will participate in various scenarios involving both use of force and non-use of force decision making.

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504-499V. Law Enforcement In-Service. (0.2 Credits)

This course is designed to update the skills and knowledge of law enforcement officers.

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504-600. Basic Handgun Fundamentals.

This course will cover firearms safety, loading/unloading, dry fire and live fire and shooting fundamentals.

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504-600A. Intermediate Handgun - Level 2.

This course will cover advanced firearms safety, loading/unloading, dry fire and live fire and shooting fundamentals.

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504-600B. Firearms Trng Private Security.

This course will provide the necessary 36 hour training requirements for a Private Security Person to obtain a firearms permit to carry a firearm while on duty.

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504-601. Concealed Carry for Civilians.

This course is designed to comply with the training requirement in the WI Concealed Carry Law.

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504-601A. Firearms Qualification.

This course covers familiarization with DOJ’s mandatory firearms qualification course.

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504-601B. Carbine/M4 Rifle.

This course will cover rifle function and nomenclature, loading and unloading, basic stance and sight picture.

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504-601C. WI Castle Doctrine.

This course will provide information on the privileges and limitations of the Wisconsin Castle Doctrine.

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504-601D. Pers Prot Scen & Castle Doc.

This course is designed for those who desire to defend themselves should a situation occur.

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504-601E. Basic Handgun Level 2.

This course is designed for individuals with basic handgun experience who what to enhance their skills.

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504-601F. Situational Awareness.

This class will introduce and educate civilians in the concept of situational awereness.

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504-602. Personal Protection Scenarios.

This course will expose students to a series of real world force on force scenarios.

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504-700. Overview of Criminal Justice. (1 Credit)

Students will learn to apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 1 topics: Academy Orientation, Fundamentals in CJ, Ethics, Cultural Competency, Agency Policy and Professional Communications

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504-701. Overview of Patrol Response. (2 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 1 topics: Critical Thinking and Decision Making, Basic Response (RESPOND), Radio Procedures, Intro to TraCS, Traffic Law Enforcement, and First Aid

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504-702. Overview of Tactics. (1 Credit)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 1 topics: Fundamentals of Firearms, Vehicle Conctacts1, Officer Wellness and DAAT

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504-703. Overview of Investigations. (2 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 1 topics: Con Law 1, Crimes 1, Juvenile Law 1, Interviews, Reprort Writing and Evidence.

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504-704. Principles Patrol Response. (2 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 2 topics: Professional Communications Skills 2, ICS and NIMS, Haz Mat and WMD, Tac Response, Crisis Mgt, and TECC.

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504-705. Principles of Tactics. (3 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 2 topics: DAAT and Firearms 2.

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504-706. Princ Emer Veh Response. (2 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 2 topics: EVOC and Vehicle Contacts 2.

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504-707. Principles of Investigations. (2 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 2 topics: Con Law 2, Crimes 2, Domestics, Reporting Writing and Integration Exercises.

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504-708. Health and Fitness. (1 Credit)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 1, 2 and 3 topics: Physical Fitness-1, 2, 3 and Officer Wellness, Suicide Prevention

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504-709. Application Traffic Response. (2 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 3 topics: Traffic Law Enforcement, Radar, Traffic Crash and Incident Management, OWI/SFST, Report Writing.

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504-710. Application of Investigation. (2 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in the following DOJ 720 Academy Phase 3 topics: Ethics 2, Cultural Competence 2, Victims, Sexual Assault, Child Maltreatment, Interrogations, Testifying in Court, Crimes 3, Integration exercises.

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504-711. Scenario Assessment. (1 Credit)

A capstone course to assess the learners cumulative knowledge thought the use of scenarios in the certifiable Law Enforcement curriculum. (Prerequisite: all topics included in the DOJ 720 LE Curriculum)

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504-712. Application of Investigation. (3 Credits)

Students will learn and apply skills addressed in Phase 3 of the DOJ 720 Recruit Academy.

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504-900. Intro to Criminal Justice. (3 Credits)

Distinguish between the roles and functions of courts with jurisdiction in Wisconsin; differentiate between the roles and functions of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies; apply professional principles as a law enforcement officer; determine modern police functions and policies from a historical perspective; identify the role of the law enforcement officers in American society; utilize a decision-making model; identify the characteristics of a good decision maker; describe how professionalism, ethics and moral standards relate to a law enforcement career; practice a code of behavior; incorporate ethical decision-making strategies; describe how decisions are made; enhance an officer’s critical- thinking and police problem-solving skills; apply principles of critical thinking, decision making and problem solving; identify required law enforcement policies; defend the importance of written agency policies; and distinguish between ministerial and discretionary duties.

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504-901. Constitutional Law. (3 Credits)

Diagram the structure of the criminal justice system, identify situations where constitutional rules are applicable, identify situations where an officer may use reasonable suspicion to contact a subject, identify the elements of a lawful arrest, identify search-related activities where Fourth Amendment is not applicable, identify the requirements that pertain to search warrants, analyze situations where an officer may conduct a search without a warrant, compare the requirements for conducting routine searches with those for searching disabled persons and strip searches, identify the requirements of the laws governing confessions and statements, analyze the various requirements of the laws governing confessions and statements, and analyze the various requirements that evidence must meet before it can be admitted in court.

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504-902. Criminal Law. (3 Credits)

Learn how to identify basic concepts of criminal law; analyze facts, circumstances and situations to determine which crimes against persons and property have been committed; determine which crimes involving drugs, alcohol or other criminal activity have been committed.

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504-903. Professional Communications. (3 Credits)

Learn to communicate effectively, professionally and in the context of a specific law enforcement situation. Officers encounter a variety of situations in which professional communication skills are critical, including calming a frightened victim, directing an inmate, placing someone under arrest, making a death notification or allowing visitors into a jail. Develop oral, written and nonverbal communication skills that incorporate the professional concepts of ethics, respect, appearance, demeanor, diligence, competence and respectful attitude. Prerequisite: 4th semester students. Includes the Technical Skills Assessment (TSA). Students will be evaluated on several different "job related" scenarios.

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504-904. Juvenile Law. (3 Credits)

Learn to describe the juvenile justice system, describe the handling of cases of children in need of protection or services, describe the handling of cases of juveniles in need of protection or services or alleged to be delinquent, identify constitutional law issues that are relevant to juveniles, analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to child maltreatment, explain the issues involved in investigating incidents of child victimization, intervene and apply appropriate investigative strategies, describe the roles of other agencies in child maltreatment cases, and recognize the unique investigative issues for missing children.

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504-905. Report Writing. (3 Credits)

Explain the context of report writing, take effective field notes, organize information in reports, write narratives, describe what information should be included in certain types of reports, prepare for court, describe how to be an effective witness, and testify as a witness in court.

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504-906. Criminal Investigation Theory. (3 Credits)

Describe the role evidence plays in criminal investigations and prosecutions; apply the steps for processing crime scenes; apply appropriate strategies to locate, handle and package evidentiary items; document the crime scene; recognize the unique investigative issues for crimes against life; apply appropriate strategies to secure the scene, collect and preserve evidence, and investigate a death; recognize the dynamics of victimization; apply knowledge of the definitions and responsibilities for law enforcement; apply appropriate interview techniques with adult or child victims; analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to domestic abuse; intervene and apply appropriate investigative strategies; respond to an officer-involved domestic violence incident; analyze the role of law enforcement in responding to sexual abuse; demonstrate investigative techniques in a simulated sexual assault case; and identify other resources that can assist in sexual assault cases.

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