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.

Police Operations I

A study of the basic knowledge and skills required for a police officer to safely, effectively, and ethically carry out the patrol function of a law enforcement agency.

Criminal Investigation

This course will provide instruction in the techniques of discovering, collecting, recording, processing, and preserving evidence. Included will be instruction on evidentiary considerations in the investigative functions, preliminary investigation techniques, witness interviewing, death investigation, suspect identification procedures, crime scene research, recording the crime scene, collection and preservation of evidence, fingerprinting, child abuse and sexual assault investigation, narcotics investigation, utilizing informants, surveillance techniques, and special tactical operations. Lab Fee

Criminal Law

The study of substantive criminal law as a means of defining and preserving social order. Sources of criminal law; classification crimes against persons, property, and public welfare; principles of criminal liability; elements necessary to establish crime and criminal intent; specific crimes and defenses; and constitutional limitations are examined.

Crime and Delinquency

The legal and philosophical basis of the juvenile justice process, the measurement of crime and delinquency, theories of crime and delinquency causation, principle and legal issues pertaining to processing delinquents, (as well as control and preventive measures) are examined.

Criminal Procedures

A study of the administration of criminal justice; the nature and scope of police power; the concept of exclusion; laws of arrest, search, seizure, and interrogation; the acquisition of evidence; and judicial protection of the accused will be evaluated.

Traffic Control

A study of the traffic problems, regulations and enforcement, traffic laws, auto theft, OUIL enforcement, and accident investigation procedures. Primary attention will be focused upon the use and implementation of the Michigan Vehicle Code.

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.

Operating Systems – Windows System Administration

This is a hands-on course to develop skills of administration of the various Windows multi-user platforms (for example, Windows NT, 2000, XP). This will include the fundamentals of the operating system architecture itself. Also, the student will construct, maintain, and monitor the performance of multiple user/device environments. [32-32-64] Lab Fee

Operating Systems – UNIX

This course is designed to develop skills in using the UNIX operating system. Various UNIX-like operating systems and their operations will

be introduced. Students will construct and implement a UNIX-based network. [32-32-64] Lab Fee