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CJB

CJB 1005   CMS HUMAN SERVICES

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course is an examination of the many services that a police officer has to provide to the public. The student will be introduced to the "S.E.C.U.R.E. Method of Problem Solving" to assist in addressing the needs of the mentally retarded, mentally ill, substance abusers, physically disabled, street gangs, extremist groups and the elderly. The objectives addressed include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC)'s Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 55 contact hours.

CJB 1015   CMS COMMUNICATIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course is an examination of the police report writing process. The student will be introduced to report writing, interviewing, taking statements, the use of telecommunications, crisis intervention, community oriented policing, "S.E.C.U.R.E.", and officer survival. Objectives addressed include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 70 contact hours.

CJB 1031C   FIRST AID FOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE OFFICERS

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course is based on Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) techniques for handling medical emergencies. The student will be introduced to injury assessment, types of resuscitation, signs, and symptoms and methods of transmission of communicable diseases. Objectives addressed include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission. 40 contact hours.

CJB 1040C   CMS FIREARMS

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course includes the use of officer firearms including the semi-automatic pistol, revolver, rifle/carbine and shotgun. Instruction includes firearms safety, ammunition use, discretionary shooting, day and night courses of fire, and survival firearms training. Objectives are addressed as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC)'s Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 80 contact hours.

CJB 1085   CMS LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAFFIC

credits: 4  

Prerequisites: Program Director's approval and CJB 1005, CJB 1015, CJB 1031C, CJB 2006, CJB 2020C, CJB 1040C, CJB 2050C, CJB 2060, CJB 2070, CJB 1495. This course includes traffic enforcement and control, with the inclusion of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) offenses and enforcement. The student will also be introduced to traffic crash investigation, scene management, reporting procedures, and the court process. Objectives addressed include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC). 79 contact hours.

CJB 1495   CRIMINAL JUSTICE WELLNESS

credits: 1  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course is an examination of wellness as it relates to the police officer. The student will examine stress, nutrition, stretching, strength, and aerobic conditioning as it relates to an officer's survival and daily living. This course is a part of the Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 26 contact hours.

CJB 2006   CMS POLICE PRACTICES AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

credits: 4  

Prerequisite: Program Director approval. This course is an introduction to policing. The student will be introduced to Florida's Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC) and the policies and rules which govern police officer standards within the State of Florida. The student will also be introduced to the Criminal Justice System in Florida, constitutional law, ethics, interpersonal skills, human interaction, and hazardous materials. Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC)'s Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 76 contact hours.

CJB 2020C   CMS VEHICLE OPERATIONS

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course examines the components of the police driving examining the physiological and psychological factors which impact the operation of a vehicle. The student will be introduced to vehicle maintenance, vehicle dynamics, environmental conditions, skids and their causes, and practical driving exercises which are conducted on the driving range. Objectives are addressed as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 48 contact hours.

CJB 2050C   CMS DEFENSIVE TACTICS

credits: 2  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course is an examination of police defensive tactics. The student will be introduced to the techniques used for an officer's personal safety and the use of dialogue, empty hand control techniques, impact weapons, chemical agents, and restraining devices are covered. Objectives are addressed as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 80 contact hours.

CJB 2060   CMS LAW ENFORCEMENT PATROL OPERATIONS

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval and CJB 1005, CJB 1015, CJB 1031C, CJB 2006, CJB 2020C, CJB 1040C, CJB 2050C, CJB 1495. This course addresses the daily skills and techniques needed by officers to perform patrol tactics and respond to various types of calls. Students will be introduced to the S.E.C.U.R.E. Method of Problem Solving, Community Oriented Policing (COP), patrol procedures, arrest and custody, and responding to alarms. Objectives addressed include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 55 contact hours.

CJB 2070   CMS LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATIONS

credits: 4  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval. This course is an examination of the criminal investigation process. The student will be introduced to the investigation of various crimes, including property crimes, persons crimes, narcotics offenses, vice, organized crime, and death investigations. Techniques are developed from the initial observation methods through the processing of the crime scene and case preparation. Florida's computer network is studied as an information source. Objectives addresses include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission's Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 87 contact hours.

CJB 2090   CMS SPECIAL TOPICS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT

credits: 3  

Prerequisite: Program Director's approval and CJB 1015, CJB 1005, CJB 1031C, CJB 2006, CJB 2020C, CJB 2050C, CJB 2060, CJB 2070, CJB 1085 and CJB 1495. This course is an examination of rescue methods, bombs and explosives, crowd control, and special details. The objectives addressed include those as specified by the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC)'s Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS) curriculum. 54 contact hours.


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