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                                               CURRICULUM    
     
   
     
Subject Code and Course Number (i.e. LIB 010)

AJ  

  107A

Division:  Select one of the following 

**CTE - School of Career and Technical Education

   
 Please summarize the need/purpose/reason for this proposal:    


   
     
EMP Number & Descriptor


 
 
     
Course Title:

  RESERVE AND LIMITED PEACE OFFICER TRAINING

 
     
SLOs
(Student Learning Outcomes)
Please number the SLOs.

1. Explain the characteristics of a profession and the application of moral and ethical standards required for the law enforcement professional.
2.Explain the role of community relations in the law enforcement profession.
3. Explain crime elements and defenses and the various mental states required for each crime.
4. Demonstrate an understanding or cognitive knowledge of the laws of arrest, search and seizure and the appropriate use of force in affecting an arrest.
5. Demonstrate knowledge in the collection, preservation and packaging of evidence in crime scene investigation.

 
     
SPOs
(Student Performance Objectives)
Please number the SPOs as they relate to the SLOs. For example, if there are three SPOs that support SLO 1, they should be labeled 1a, 1b, 1c.

1. Describe the standards and principles of peace officer professionalism.

2. Distinguish the differences in felony, misdemeanor and infraction laws.

3. Define the basic rules of evidence which control the inclusion and exclusion of evidence as applied to arrest, search and seizure.

4. Explain the fundamental principle of criminal investigation.

5. Supply details of the elementary steps to establish good relations between the community and the police.

6. Describe the techniques of conducting an arrest and maintaining safe control of the prisoner.

7. Explain the use of radio and monitor communications as required in Section 832 of the California Penal Code.




 
     
CCOs
(Course Content Outline)
For a SCIENCE lab, please separate the lecture CCOs from the lab CCOs

A. Professional orientation

B. Law

C. Laws of Evidence

D. Investigation

E. Community Relations

F. Communications

G. Arrest and Control

 
     
Methods of Instruction



 
     
Methods of Evaluation of Student Performance


 
     
Assignments



 
     

                                               TECHNICAL DETAILS

 

Catalog Description


Arrest, search and seizure. Principles of peace officer professionalism, laws of evidence, investigation, community relations, communication, arrest and control. Course partially meets Penal Code 832 and Level III Reserve Officer Training requirements, but does not meet the Administration of Justice certificate of achievement requirements. Total of 54 hours lecture.

   
Prerequisite(s)
Completion of Prerequisite Validation Form (Form B) is required for each prerequisite


   
Corequisite(s)
Completion of Prerequisite Validation Form (Form B) is required for each corequisite


   
Recommended Preparation
Completion of Prerequisite Validation Form (Form B) is required for each recommended preparation


   
Enrollment Limitations



   
Units
This does NOT apply to Non-Credit courses.

3.0

   
Number of Contact Hours per Semester









Hours By Arrangement
(Work Experience, Field Experience, Independent Study, Internships)


Lec:

  54

  

 

         
TBA Lec:

  

            

 

Lab:

  

           
TBA Lab:

  

           
Activity:

  

           
TBA Activity:

  

           
ByArrangement:

  

           
Total:

  

           
 

  

           
   
Instructional Activities associated with TBA
Complete this section ONLY if the course has a TBA component


   
Repeatability

The repeatable restrictions apply for Credit Courses do not apply to Non-Credit Courses. Only Non-Credit Courses can be repeated on unlimited number of times.






Number of times     Not Repeatable

Reason for Repeatability:

Courses for which repetition is necessary to meet major requirements of CSU or UC for completion of a bachelor's degree

Intercollegiate Athletics

Intercollegiate academic or vocational competition

If one or more of the above boxes are checked, please explain the reason, and be prepared to submit paperwork to support the choice when the proposal is submitted:

 


Additional SLOs:  4

 

 

Methods of Delivery

 (check all that apply)

Completion of Form D is required if requesting the option to deliver the course in a hybrid or online format

Face-to-Face

 

On-Line – Primarily taught via Internet

     (Requires Form D)

 

Hybrid – Blend of On-Campus and  On-Line  

     (Requires Form D)

ITV – Instructional T.V.

     (Requires Form D)

 

 

Maximum Class Size (NCN)

                 

   
Minimum Qualifications (Discipline)






ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

   
Semester of First Offering Select one 

             Summer

   
Grading Option Select one of the following  GR - Credit course taken for letter grade only
   
  COURSE APPLICABILITY, TRANSFER AND ARTICULATION
   
Course Credit Status:

State Transfer Code:

State Classification Code:

Basic Skills Status/Level:

Purpose of Course
(check all that apply)

If the course is currently trasnferable, please contact the Articulation Officer,  as soon as possible to discuss the modifications.

If the course is part of a CareerTech Certificate, please contact the CareerTech Dean,
as soon as possible to discuss the modifications.
























Aligns with C-ID Decriptor: Please specify   

AA-T/AS-T requirement: Please specify   

UC Transferable





IGETC Area: Specify Area 






CSU GE Breadth Area: Specify Area 






Gen Ed. Local AA degree: Please specify 


AA/AS Diversity Requirement in: 
 

Global Studies

 

Ethnic & Gender Studies

Other: Please specify 

CareerTech Certificate: Indicate name of Certificate(s) 

Non-Credit Certificate: Indicate name of certificate 

Non-Credit Adult High School Diploma 
   
 

REPRESENTATIVE TEXTBOOKS OR OTHER MATERIALS

(You do not NEED to enter information for all five books, but you are welcome to.)

 

Book 1

Author:

  

 

Title:

  

 

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Date of Publication:

  

 

Edition:

  

 

Book 2

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Book 3 

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Book 4 

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Book 5 

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Other materials and/or supplies required of students: 

Hunt: PC 832 Concepts II, 1988, Custom Publishing Co.

 

 

 

RESOURCES & DEPARTMENT PLANNING

Additional Resources Needed



   
Facilities Needed to Teach this Course


   
Equipment Needed to Teach this Course



   
  PROGRAM APPLICABILITY
Program Information
Please check one

In an approved program.

Part of a new program.

Not part of an approved program.

   
Program Category
Please check one

General Education

Career and Technical Education Program

Noncredit Program

   
TOP Code Information
To be provided by the CareerTech Dean

Program title - TOP Code:  *Police Academy- 210550

   
SAM Code
To be provided by the CareerTech Dean











A   Apprenticeship course (Courses offered to apprentices only.)   

   

B   Advanced occupational (Courses taken in the advanced stages of an occupational program.

            Each “B” level course must have a “C” level prerequisite in the same program area.)

C   Clearly occupational (Courses taken in the middle stages of an occupational program.

            Should provide the student with entry-level job skills.)

D   Possibly occupational (Courses taken in the beginning stages of an occupational program.)

 

E   Non-occupational

   
Instructional Methods:

   Lecture

   Lab

   Lecture & Lab

   Distance Ed / Online Course

   Independent Study

   Work Experience

   TBA

   
  NON-CREDIT ONLY
Funding Category
Only for Non-Credit Courses
Please check one
















A

English as a Second Language

B

Immigrant Education

C

Elementary & Secondary Education

D

Health & Safety Education

E

Education Programs for Persons with Substantial Disabilities

F

Parenting Education

G

Family & Consumer Sciences

H

Education Programs for Older Adults

I

Short-term Vocational Programs With High Employment Potential

J

Workforce Preparation Enhanced Funding

K

Other Non-Credit Enhanced Funding

L

Non-enhanced Funding

 

SECTION B: Technical Section

 

1. Master Course Number:

 

Associate Degree Applicable

 

 

 

 

4. Course Format and Duration (Consult with Division Dean before completing options below)

4a. Standard Term Hrs per Wk

      

Lecture/Discussion:  

               3

 

Lecture/Discussion:  

                 

Lab:

                 

 

Lab:

                 

Activity:

(TBA Lab)

                 

 

Activity:

(TBA Lab)

                 

By Arrangement:

(Independent study, Internship,

Work Experience)

                 

 

By Arrangement:

(Independent study, Internship,

Work Experience)

                 

Total Hrs per Wk

               3

 

Total Hrs

                 

 

4b. Number of weeks:

Course will be typically offered for   17    weeks.

 

 

 

 

F   Clearly academic

G   General academic

H   General education

I    Skill development

X   Other