Pitt Community College Law Enforcement Training Division
This 140 hour/credit course provides participants with the opportunity to explore the key elements necessary to be successful as a leader in a law enforcement agency. A number of topics and techniques will be covered that will assist participants in developing a management style that will foster a spirit of collaboration and achievement. The focus of the training course will serve to facilitate executive-level decision-making techniques that will lead to a rewarding and successful career. The instructors conducting this training are experienced administrators, educators, and practitioners.
The learning environment and course exercises are highly interactive with frequent group discussions in order to draw on the experience and expertise of the participants themselves as well as from the experience the instructors bring to the classroom. Practical and scenario-based exercises, along with information sharing and discussion within the class, will provide the opportunity for course participants to understand issues from many different viewpoints to assist them in grasping the concepts as they are discussed. Participants will be required to complete a project that deals with an issue or problem facing the participant’s agency thereby demonstrating their ability to problem-solve and develop solutions to address current issues.
- Professionalism, Accountability, and Oversight
- Ethical Leadership in the 21st Century
- Strategic Planning
- Effective Media Relations
- Dealing with Political Environments
- What’s Killing Our Officers?
- Responding to Officer Involved Shootings
- Managing Organizational Change
- Effective Risk Management Techniques
- Legal Issues in Law Enforcement
- Final Project Preparation
- Project Presentation
Update: August 19, 2019
Week # 1: February 10th - 14th
Week # 2: March 16th - 20th
Week #3: April 13th - 17th
8:00am - 5:00pm EST
PCC Law Enforcement Training Center
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