ADJ 2506 - Patrol Procedures

Fall 2014 (Section #7010)

Course Information Page

Welcome to the class page for Patrol Procedures, ADJ 2506.  This course will be offered at the Weed campus in the Fall 2014 semester. To register for this course, please visit the college's registration site at College of the Siskiyous Admissions & Records . This class will begin August 18, 2014 and will end December 18, 2014. 

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Learning Goals

Student learning goals include:
  • Apply central issues and strategies used in patrol activities.
  • Organize and analyze data so that deployment of patrol, traffic and plainclothes patrol units can be scientifically deployed.
  • Analyze cause and effect of efficient patrol techniques so that modern tactics are used in the community.
  • Develop techniques for applying human relations to the tasks and procedures of patrol and traffic operations.
  • Identify problems and initiate solutions associated with patrol.

Course Content:

Special Weapons And Tactics
  • Introduction to Patrol Operations
  • Community Policing
  • Observation and Perception
  • Police Communications
  • Basic Patrol Procedures
  • Frequently Handled Assignments
  • Traffic Direction and Enforcement
  • Unusual Occurrences
  • Crimes in Progress
  • Preliminary Investigations
  • Interviews and Interrogations
  • Arrest, Search, Custody, and Use of Force
  • Reporting and Records
  • Officer Survival and Stress Reduction

This course meets the C.O.S. ADJ program AA Degree requirements and also UC/CSU transfer requirements.

If you have any questions, please send an email to:  Will Bullington

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