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Client Relations in Corrections

A study of social and psychological factors and processes in criminal behavior, including the social concepts of culture, socialization, attitude formation, personal and group alienation, discrimination, and affirmative action programs. Specific attention will be directed to the effect of these social concepts on race and ethnic groups and various methods by which correctional officers may promote diplomacy and conflict resolution. Topics, both directly and indirectly, related to effective client relations (such as stress management, health and wellness, effective communication strategies, professional behavioral standards, and effective and objective documentation) will also be explored.

Police Operations II

A continuation of Police Operations I involving the acquisition of basic knowledge and skills required for a police officer to safely, effectively, and ethically carry out the patrol function of a law enforcement agency.

Java Programming

This course is designed to develop programming skills in the most current Java programming environment. These skills will include the use of Object Oriented programming techniques to write both application and applets. Programs will be written using simple event-driven windows, graphical interaction, objects (instances, inheritance polymorphism, and overloading), and resource interaction. [32-32-64] Lab Fee

Local Correctional Academy

The Local Correctional Academy is a Michigan Sheriffs’ Coordinating and Training Council (MSCTC) approved 160-hour training program for correctional personnel supervising inmates in county jails. The program will focus on achieving the skills necessary to maintain the safety and security of the correctional institution. Primary topics include intake procedures, correctional law, cultural diversity, custody and security, subject control, ethics, fire safety, interpersonal communication, prisoner behavior, report writing, sexual harassment and hostile work environment, stress management, suicide awareness, and first aid. Lab Fee

Java Programming 2

This course will build upon the basics of the previous course, CP 210. This course will further advance Java programming skills in developing enterprise applications, discussion of security issues, as well as simple interaction with databases. This will introduce the nuisances of the various versions and the coding required. The emphasis is on programming. [32-32-64] Lab Fee

Local Correctional Re-Entry Academy

The Local Correctional Re-Entry Academy is a Michigan Sheriffs’ Coordinating and Training Council (MSCTC) approved 96-hour core training program for candidates eligible for waiver of mandatory training requirements as outlined in the MSCTC Recognition of Prior Training and Experience policy. Core training will focus on achieving the skills necessary to maintain the safety and security of the correctional institution. Primary topics include intake procedures, correctional law, custody and security, fire safety, interpersonal communication, prisoner behavior, suicide awareness, and stress management. Lab Fee

Programming Mobile Applications

This course will develop mobile applications across multiple platforms using both native and Web apps. These applications will be developed with appropriate user interfaces, using features both common and unique to these platforms. The emphasis will be on incorporating the student’s previous skill and knowledge to program apps in these new environments. [32-32-64] Lab Fee

Physical Training 1

This course is designed to teach students the information and skills necessary to stay fit for duty and for life. The course content includes fitness and wellness concepts to provide a healthy life style. Students will participate in a variety of activities designed to improve the cardiovascular system, muscular strength, and flexibility.

Programming iOS Applications

The student will develop native mobile applications specifically for the Apple IOS mobile environments. These applications will be developed with appropriate user interfaces, using the features unique to these platforms. The emphasis will be on incorporating the student’s previous skill and knowledge to program apps in these environments. [24-24-48] Lab Fee

Physical Training 2

This course is designed to expound on the information and skills that were developed in Physical Training 1. The course content includes fitness and wellness concepts to provide a healthy lifestyle. Students will participate in a variety of activities designed to improve the cardiovascular system, muscular strength, and flexibility. At the conclusion of Physical Training 2, the student will be required to pass the Michigan Commission On Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) physical fitness exit standard.