This course meets corresponding learning objectives of the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training. It provides the laboratory experience to accompany LAWE 321, Law and Human Behavior.
- Describe the impact of human behavior on the interactions between law enforcement and communities they serve.
- Explain law enforcement response strategies to mental health issues, persons in crisis and critical incident events.
- Describe the role of law enforcement as it relates, but not limited, to: victimization, survivors, stalking, predatory offenders, domestic abuse, sexual assault and hate/biased motivated crimes.
- Explain the role of law enforcement when addressing issues of gangs, drugs, terrorism and homeland security.