This course will enable the student to perform basic tasks and procedures associated with responding to commonly encountered patrol situations including observing activity, interacting with citizens, handling traffic and escort assignments, responding to a call for service or alarm, searching grounds and/or buildings, approaching and interacting with a suspect, making an arrest, transporting and processing a prisoner as well as completing the appropriate documentation and/or reports of these activities. Lab fee required.
No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer
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