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MN Criminal and Traffic CodesThis course is an overview of the Minnesota Criminal Code and Minnesota Traffic Laws. Emphasis is on coverage of statutes emphasized in Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) learning objectives. The course combines characteristics of two POST secondary learning attitudes; academic education and vocational-oriented training. The course will enhance both knowledge of criminal and traffic laws the student will use as an officer and understanding of how our laws are affected by case law.3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2231View
Legal Issues for Law EnforcementThe course will familiarize students with the principles of criminal procedures, the rules established by the US Supreme Court relating to stop, frisk, arrest, search interrogation and identification, and the legal process applicable to law enforcement. Students will study the legal concepts involved in the application of the 4th, 5th, and 6th Amendments to policing as well as Minnesota State Constitution and procedural requirements.3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2230View
Criminal InvestigationThis course is designed to provide the student with information pertaining to basic duties and responsibilities of a peace officer as they relate to crimes against person and crimes against property. A presentation of the goals for successful crimination investigations will include crime scene considerations, building and establishing elements of a crime, learning to obtain information and evidence and working within the confines and constraints of a legal framework.3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2225View
Crime Scene and EvidenceThis course will include instruction in the areas of Search and Seizure, Booking and Fingerprinting, Crime Scene Investigations, Latent Prints, Courtroom Testimony, Evidence Collection and Preservation.1Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2285View
In Progress ResponseThis course will include instruction in the areas of Crimes In-Progress.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2261View
Police Response and Human BehaviorThis course is designed to integrate the academic and applied aspects of the basic patrol function for a police patrol officer. Included in this class is the in-depth examination of a patrol officer's duties, functions, and responsibilities, as well as a variety of other practical aspects. These include, but are not limited to, vehicle stops, traffic enforcement, domestics, officer stress, pedestrian contacts, officer safety issues, and other duties as they relate to the basic patrol function. 3Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2241View
Police Report Writing/InterviewThis course establishes the learner’s ability to write police reports in a detailed, chronological order using proper format. Emphasis is placed on spelling, grammar, punctuation, and the ability to get clear and concise meaning throughout the report. Additionally, students will learn the proper techniques in interviewing.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2235View
Defensive TacticsThis course will include instruction in the areas of Defensive Tactics and Active Shooter Response.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2280View
FirearmsThis course will include instruction in the areas of Use of Deadly Force, Simunitions, Firearms and Judgmental Shootings.2Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2290View
Tactical Driving for Law Enforcement StudentsThis course will introduce Law Enforcement students to basic defensive and emergency driving techniques. The student will be able to demonstrate techniques of operating a Law Enforcement vehicle in both emergency and non-emergency modes while avoiding accidents despite the actions of others. This class will be presented in both lecture and demonstration of skills. Students will demonstrate backing in cornering situations, long distance higher speed backing techniques and tight maneuvering exercises. There will be exercises that show basic evasive and collision avoidance driving techniques. The skid control portion is designed to show the student how to steer out of a skid. It will also emphasize proper recovery techniques with the use of accelerator, steering inputs and use of brakes. This class is taught at a location to be determined; it is a two day, 16 hour program and is graded pass/fail.0Admission into the Law Enforcement ProgramLAWE2300View