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LEO 0824 Section 7975 - Criminal Justice Selected Topics 24 hours

In this course topics of current interest are presented in group instruction for current law enforcement or corrections officers.

No corequisites or prerequisites
Credits: 0.80

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BASIC GRAMMAR & REPORT WRITING

DATE: January 28-30, 2014
HOURS: 8am-5pm 24 hours
FEE: TRUST FUND
LOCATION: Seminole State College CPS Room: TBA
INSTRUCTOR: J. Thorpe

COURSE DESCRIPTION
Attention Report Writers and Supervisors Reviewing Reports:
This basic 24 hour Report Writing Class will focus on basic grammar problems associated with police report writing, minimum FDLE standards and requirements for effective police report writing and basic procedures for good narrative writing in police work.

The majority of class will be “hands on” training and numerous narratives will be written in class to test the student’s progress and effectiveness in police writings.

This course is suited for all new first line supervisors, those wishing to enhance their report writing review capabilities, and all patrol officers. Any other student wishing to strengthen their grammar proficiency will also find this course helpful.

Students should have successfully completed the Basic Training Course or have been exempted and possess sufficient experience and background to meet the standard core of knowledge. Students successfully completing this course may be eligible for mandatory retraining requirements only.
Enrollment is limited to 20. Seat Priority goes to officers of Seminole County.
Contact your training officer for reservations or call Seminole State CJI at 407-708-2187.
Forms can be faxed to the Seminole State College CJI at 407-322-1309.
A complete list of Advanced Training Classes is available online at: www.seminolestate.edu/criminaljustice

Enrollment is limited to 20. Seat Priority goes to officers of Seminole County.
Contact your training officer for reservations or call Seminole State CJI at
407-708-2187. Both a training authorization and a college registration form are required for registration. Forms can be emailed to Julie Knott at knottj@seminolestate.edu or faxed to the Seminole State College CJI at
407-322-1309. A complete list of Advanced Training Classes is available online at: www.seminolestate.edu/criminaljustice

Courses Offered For Spring 2014
TermClassDelivery MethodCampusRoomStatusStart DateEnd DateProfessorStart TimeEnd TimeDaysBookSylb.
OT7974Lecture and DiscussionSLMSLMPS0156Open01/1401/16Hendrix8:00 a.m.4:59 p.m.T/W/THTextbook InformationView Syllabus
OT7974Lecture and DiscussionSLMSLMPS0156Open01/1401/16Linnekugel8:00 a.m.4:59 p.m.T/W/THTextbook InformationView Syllabus
OT7975Lecture and DiscussionSLMSLMPS0156Open01/2801/30Hendrix8:00 a.m.4:59 p.m.T/W/THTextbook InformationView Syllabus

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