Pitt Community College Law Enforcement Training Division
Course objective: To provide the participant with the history, philosophy and basic skills necessary to serve as a School Resource Officer. Participants will receive instruction in school-based law, ways to handle exceptional students, and classroom instruction techniques. Additionally, this will be presented as a Train-The-Trainer format, highlighting the various teaching techniques to successfully administer this course.
The student will be able to understand and instruct the following objectives:
• Discuss the history and concept of the School Resource Officer program.
• Identify legal issues for a School Resource Officer.
• Participate in role play exercises designed to elicit discussion amongst training participants.
• Identify the various groups of children with disabilities that may be challenging for the School Resource Officer.
• Define Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.
• Define the term "gang" and be familiar with ways to identify gang activity with the school.
• Identify the warning signs associated with suicidal teenagers and the specific intervention skills that should be used.
• Prepare and teach a fifteen minute presentation aimed at students within their assigned school.
August 5 - 9, 2019
Free training for NC law enforcement.
Student manuals will be provided!
No agency limit.
PCC will provide student manuals!
***We are aware that several officers/deputies may be required to participate in their agency's National Night Out; therefore, class will end at 2:30 pm on Tuesday, August 6th. ***
YES....this course does satisfy Criminal Justice (October 2018) and Sheriff's Standards (January 2019) administrative code. Certified instructor(s) will deliver curriculum material published by the NCJA.
8:00am - 5:00pm EDT
PCC LE Training Center, 2096 Central Park Drive, Winterville, NC 28590
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