Law Enforcement Training
Introduction to leadership in the field of public safety. Covers stages of adult human development, generational differences, and characteristics of effective leaders. Also includes characteristics of leaders, including values, ethics, attitudes, behavior, and response techniques in addition to identification of personal strengths and determination of a personal leadership style. Prerequisites: None.
Examination of organizational structure and its application to the field of public safety. Covers characteristics and principles of effective organizations, systems and process management, and phases of process building in addition to characteristics of a process enterprise. Also includes levels of leadership and characteristics, ethical considerations, restrictions, and best behaviors of each. A grade of C or better required in all Prerequisites. Prerequisites or Corequisites: LET173.
Completion and professional presentation of a capstone project such as a formal staff study or leadership portfolio in the field of public safety, including steps for problem identification, research, and analyzing and reporting of information. Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in LET174.