LAWE 225

Law Enforcement Operations

3 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 16, 2015 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

The primary goal of this course is to provide content and scenarios related to law enforcement operations and in-progress crimes. This course is designed to give students an understanding of the knowledge and skills required to perform the duties of a police officer. This course is one of 5 that make up the Skills curriculum required to prepare students to successfully complete the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training peace officer licensing examination.

Special information

Note: Special permission required.

Learning outcomes

General

  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to victims/witness rights.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to narcotics.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to terrorism.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to canine familiarization.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to search techniques.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to tactical movements.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to application of criminal statutes and criminal procedures.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to 4th and 5th Amendment issues.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to interviewing witnesses, victims, and suspects.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to domestic/crisis intervention.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to emergency hospitalization and vulnerable adults.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to bias motivated crimes.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to sexual assault.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to child abuse/neglect.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to pre-employment interview techniques and background investigations.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to mental health awareness.
  • Appropriate reactions to scenarios related to gang response tactics.