Law Enforcement Skills Curriculum

The following are requirements of the ten-week training:
Accident Investigation - Lecture and Practicals with Computer Sketching
Advanced Taser Training
Arson Investigation
Background Investigator Forum
Booking and Transporting
Building Search/Low Light
Chemical Agents
Community Policing
Computer Crimes
Courtroom Testifying with one (1) Practical
Crime Scene with two (2) Practicals
Criminal Code
Criminal Procedure
Death Notification
Decision Shooting
Defensive Pursuit Driving - MN Hwy Safety Center in St. Cloud (Lecture and Practicals)
Domestic Abuse with two (2) Practicals
Drug Laws/CI Management Buying
DUI Stops with three (3) Practicals
Dynamic Entry Lecture
Evidence Collection/Preservation/Fingerprints
Explosives/Bomb Awareness
Field Sobriety
Firearms Interactive Training
Firearms - Handgun and AR-15 Shotgun - Practical
Firearms - Officer Safety and Survival Tactics Lecture and Practical (Combined w/Firearms)
High Risk Stop Lecture and Practical
Illegal Intervention
Incident Response to Terrorist Bombings
Internal Investigations
Interviewing Interrogation Techniques (Suspect)
Juvenile Law
Officer Involved Shooting
Oral Interview Panel
Patrol Response
Physical Fitness Testing
Radar Communications
Radio Communications
Report Forms
Responding to EDP (Emotionally Disturbed Person)
Search Warrant with one (1) Practical
Search Warrant Evaluation
Street Gangs
Traffic Law with four (4) Practicals
Use of Force
Vehicle Forfeiture

Note: AAS degrees must have Gen. Ed. courses from three goal areas and AS degrees from six goal areas of the MN Transfer Curriculum.

Visit with advisor or refer to Degree Audit Report for elective options.

This course sequence is an example.