completion of this program, the student will be able to:
Use computer technology
tools to manage business communications, including computer operations,
use of fingerprint technology, use of electronic and internet
applications to communicate, search for and access information.
understanding of development and implementation of the Incident Command
System (ICS) and Critical Incident Management to identify the elements
of emergency scene evaluation, establish priorities to determine
actions, manage logistic procedures at basic incidents, and response
procedures to threats to information technology systems while practicing
appropriate public relations.
Analyze the relationship
between ethics and morality and integrate basic concepts of cultural
diversity that are essential for ethical decision making.
approaches to understand basic crime prevention, terrorism, security
strategies, risk management and the differences between proprietary and
contract security operations.
Acquire an overview of
the history, development and philosophies of crime control within a
democratic society with emphasis on law enforcement services,
corrections, public safety, security and other agencies
providing emergency services.
Comprehend social life,
change, causes and consequences of behavior including American issues
associated with social inequality, patterns of behavior, forces for
social change and resistance and how social systems work.
Study people in their
interactions with others and practice interpersonal skills including
those involving criminology, ethics, legal responsibilities, team work,
use of force and conflict resolution.
operating procedures used in the criminal justice system, apply
sociological and psychological principles to deal with erratic human
behavior and evaluate the surrounding environment for signs of potential
problems and/or danger.
Communicate and apply
anger management techniques to resolve conflicts, display integrity and
a commitment to ethical behavior in the performance of duties of law
Apply constitutional laws
and laws of arrest, laws of arrest to execute official correctional
service duties, search and seizure, court testimony, prosecution and
regulations, trial procedures, the court system, juvenile law, criminal
and administrative law, and due process of law.
Problem solve using
critical thinking skills on when to use deadly force, identify duties of
a law enforcement officer while protecting the rights of offenders, and
properly protect and document an investigation.
Apply the mechanics of
motor vehicle accidents and investigations including laws pertaining to
DUI/DWI cases, drug investigations, crowd management, and domestic
Acquire a general
understanding of changes within institutional and community based
corrections and the influence of social thought and philosophy on the
development of corrections, and rights of inmates.
Identify and apply
policies and procedures for safely transporting a person in custody,
responding to crimes in progress, dealing with individuals with
disabilities and unusual behaviors.