Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
10-504-204 061373 Law Enforcement Foundations
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Description10-504-204 LAW ENFORCEMENT FOUNDATIONS ...In this course, students will have the opportunity to learn an organized approach to problem solving and decision making, which officers use to resolve a wide variety of problems, compare personal beliefs to the beliefs of the law enforcement profession and analyze situations and defend the choices they make. Students will learn about the importance of proper communication with other cultures and the importance of being responsive to the beliefs, practices and cultural needs of different people with diverse backgrounds who live in the community and be introduced to the basic concepts of interviewing witnesses and victims. Being able to accurately and fairly convey information in law enforcement is an important aspect of the profession. Students will learn the mechanics of law enforcement report writing, focus on importance of field notes and learn how to write a variety of reports. (Prerequisite: 10-504-200 Law Enforcement Basics ; Corequisites: all 10-504-XXX courses in the current semester)
Total Credits2
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