CMJ 151 – POLICE ADMINISTRATION Fall Syllabus 2014

Instructor: John Moses
Phone: 410-572-8753
Office: GH 202E
Email: [email protected]
CMJ 151 – POLICE ADMINISTRATION
Fall Syllabus 2014
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THIS IS AN HYBRID COURSE.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE ACCESS TO A COMPUTER.
YOU MUST HAVE ACCESS TO THE WORLDWIDE WEB.
YOU SHOULD BE FAMILIAR WITH ACCESSING SITES ON THE
WORLDWIDE WEB.
THE COMPUTER AND BLACKBOARD WILL BE THE PRIMARY METHOD OF
SUBMITTING ASSIGNMENTS, MAKING INQUIRIES AND COMMUNICATING
THROUGHOUT THE COURSE.
NOTE: Some students sign up for distance learning classes because they
think it is a quicker and easier alternative than the face-to-face class. This is
definitely not the case in this class. In fact, it’s important you recognize that
this online course retains many or more of the requirements of the traditional
classroom. This course requires a minimum of one hour and a half in the
Web classroom each week. You should allow for those requirements in
planning your study schedule. If your time is limited, you need to be very
self-disciplined as a class member. Be prepared to visit the online classroom
a minimum time of two times each week and to fulfill each of my assignments
as required. During your preparation time outside the classroom, study the
readings carefully and engage in all research or writing activities assigned.
Please avoid the temptation to procrastinate: not preparing for or not logging
in to class each week, or postponing project until the very last minute. This
will almost certainly lead to unnecessary stress later and probably be
reflected in your final grade.
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MINIMUM TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS AND STUDENT SKILL LEVEL:
Text
Hess, K.M. & Orthmann, C. H (2011). Management and supervision in law enforcement
(6th ed.). Belmont, CA: Thompson/Wadsworth.
COURSE DESCRIPTION
This course is a study of police administration, including the organizational structure,
function and theory related to the practice of policy management.
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COURSE OBJECTIVES, ASSESSMENT GOALS, AND ASSESSMENTSTRATEGIES
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Course Objective #1
Describe the key concepts of management theories in American police organizations.
(GEO 5)
Assessment Goals
The student will be able to:
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A. Distinguish between the concepts of management and leadership.
B. Identify key leadership principles and how they apply to the role of an
administrator.
C. Describe situational leadership.
D. Distinguish between being an effective administrator/manager and an effective
leader.
E. Describe different supervisory/leadership “styles” such as:
1. Autocratic
2. Democratic
3. Laissex-fair
4. Coaching
5. Delegating
Assessment Strategy: Unit exams, final exam, and discussion.
Course Objective #2
List and describe the command structure and functions of a law enforcement
agency. (GEO 5)
Assessment Goals
The student will be able to:
Identify the basic command structure of a law enforcement agency.
Describe the concept of unity of command.
Explain the concept of chain of command.
Explain the concept of span of control.
Explain the essential elements of CompStat policing.
Discuss the essential elements of intelligence-led and evidence-based policing.
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A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
Assessment Strategy: Unit exams, final exam, and discussion.
Course Objective #3
Explain the roles and functions of executives, supervisors and managers of law
enforcement agencies. (GEO 5)
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The student will be able to:
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A. Distinguish the “core” duties and responsibilities of executives, supervisors and
managers of law enforcement agencies.
B. Describe the concept of delegation of authority.
C. Identify “key” personal and professional traits that a supervisor, manager and
executive of law enforcement agencies need to display.
D. Describe the supervisor/manager and executive role in displaying and reinforcing
ethical behavior within the organization.
Assessment Strategy: Unit exams, final exam, and discussion.
Course Objective #4
Explore employment related laws and other issues affecting police organizations
(GEO 5)
Assessment Goals
The student will be able to:
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A. Describe Maryland’s Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights and its effects
B. Describe and explain the steps of the police hiring process.
C. Define the following types of “Liability.”
Vicarious
Failure to supervise
Failure to train
Failure to discipline
D. Explain the role of the supervisor/administrator in the prevention of discrimination
and harassment in the workplace.
E. Explain how a supervisor/administrator can protect both the agency and
themselves from undue exposure to law suits
Assessment Strategy: Unit exams, final exam, and discussion.
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Course Objective #5
Identify strategies to motivate employees. (GEO 2,5)
Assessment Goals
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The student will be able to:
A. Define motivation and morale
B. Describe the different police motivation theories proposed by:
1. Maslow.
2. Herzberg.
3. Skinner.
4. Vroom, Morse.
5. McDonald.
C. Discuss external and internal motivators that have an effect on employees.
D. Discuss ways that a supervisor/administrator can motivate employees.
Assessment Strategy: Unit exams, final exam, and discussion.
Course Objective #6
Compare and contrast the roles and responsibilities of the various levels of
management in community policing. (GEO 5)
Assessment Goals
The student will be able to:
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A. Describe how community policing has become a model for policing in the 21st
century.
B. Compare and contrast the supervisor/administrator role in community policing
versus traditional policing.
C. Discuss the changes that must take place by management for community
policing to be successful.
Assessment Strategy: Unit exams, final exam, and discussion.
Course Objective #7
Explain the roles and functions of managers in evaluating and improving employee
performance on the job. (GEO 2,5)
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Assessment Goals
The student will be able to:
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A. Discuss the importance and application of formal versus informal evaluations.
B. Explain the differences between negative and positive discipline and recommend
when to apply each.
C. Summarize the differences between a complaint and a grievance.
D. Identify the purpose(s) and benefit(s) of a timely, thorough and objective
performance evaluation process.
E. Discuss the first line supervisor ‘s responsibility for the “on-going” training of
personnel.
Assessment Strategy
Assessment Strategy: Unit exams, final exam, and discussion.
TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE (Blackboard will contain a more detail list)
EXAMINATIONS
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Chapter 1 – The Law Enforcement Organization
Chapter 2 – The Organization and Structure of American Policing
Chapter 3 – The Police Mission: Getting the Job Done
Chapter 4 – Communication: A Critical Management Skill
Chapter 5 – Decision Making and Problem Solving
Chapter 6 – Time Management: Minute by Minute
Chapter 7 – Training and Beyond
Chapter 8 – Promoting Growth and Development
Chapter 9 – Motivation and Morale
Chapter 10 – Discipline and Problem Behaviors
Chapter 11 – Complaints, Grievances and Conflict
Chapter 13 – Deploying Law Enforcement Resources and Improving Productivity
Chapter 14 – Budgeting and Managing Costs Creatively
Chapter 15 – Hiring Personnel and Dealing with Unions
Chapter 16 – Measuring Performance: Assessment and Evaluation
Three examinations and two quizzes will be given at appropriate intervals. Exams will
be in multiple choice and short answer format. The final exam (test #3) is cumulative.
Exams are expected to be taken during their scheduled times. Students are responsible
for the material presented in class, whether or not they are in attendance.
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Make up exams will only be allowed if the instructor is notified prior to the exam.
Exams must be made up within one week of the originally scheduled date. The
instructor reserves the right to change the format of any make-up tests.
CLASS DISCUSSION QUESTIONS
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Class discussions are similar to your attendance in a face-to-face class. Each week I
will post a discussion prompt in Blackboard to start off the discussion question(s) for the
week. You must attend and participate for full credit. Your responses should be clearly
written and well-thought out. This means that your responses should be written in
organized paragraphs and full sentences. Each student‘s initial post must respond to my
post. Then each student must respond to two other classmate’s post. This response to
classmate’s must be substantive responses and be related to our course work. Please
be respectful of each other’s opinions and efforts. Your initial post is due each Sunday
by midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight. I will
not accept any assignment after the due date. Any student caught plagiarizing or
cheating on an assignment in violation of that policy will not receive credit for that
assignment. Discussion will occur before penalties are assessed. At the discretion of
the instructor, the student may also be referred to the Student Disciplinary Committee.
Remember that cops never lie, cheat or steal.
RESEARCH PROJECT AND PRESENTATION
STAFF STUDY PROBLEM SOLVING PROJECT REQUIREMENTS:
DUE DATE: November 04, 2014
Each student will be required to submit a staff study decision paper in a prescribed
format and length in accordance with instructions provided to students.
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Suggested topics for the staff study are attached to this syllabus OR may be one that is
proposed by the student with the prior approval of the instructor. Much discretion and
latitude will be allowed students in selecting a topic; however, all topics must be related
to American police administration.
Each staff study project will be prepared on word processors. Fonts should be Times
New Roman or Arial and no larger than size 12. Each page will be numbered, 8 ½
inches by 11 inches in size. Margins will be set at 1 inch left and right and 1 inch top
and bottom.
A selected bibliography of at least five different publications is required. A minimum of
five of these sources must be referenced in your paper.
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The required main body of the staff study will be three to four pages. This DOES NOT
INCLUDE the bibliography, and cover page.
Scoring Rubric:
Very Good
(80-89 pts.)
Four to six errors
in the following:
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Name
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Name and
address
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Facility
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Times New
Roman 12
font
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1” page
borders
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Double
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3-5 spelling and/or
punctuation errors.
Six or more
errors in the
following:
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address
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Times New
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borders
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Double
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6-9 spelling and/or
punctuation errors.
More than 10 sp. or
punctuation errors.
Language is
functional
sometimes goes
beyond the
ordinary.
Language is
predictable and/or
repetitious.
Language is limited,
monotonous, and/or
misused.
Sentences are
somewhat varied.
Fairly easy to read
aloud.
Sentence
structure
mechanical and
sometimes clumsy.
Sentences are
difficult to follow.
Incomplete, run-on
or awkward.
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Mechanics:
0-2 spelling and/or
punctuation errors.
Word Choice:
Language is
natural,
interesting,
figurative and
precise.
Sentence Fluency:
Sentences are
well-constructed,
strong and varied.
Unsatisfactory
(<69 pts.)
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Two to four errors
in the following:
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Class Name
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Court
Name and
address
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Facility
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Times New
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font
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borders
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Double
spacing
Satisfactory
(70-79 pts.)
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Distinguished
(90-100 pts.)
Formatting:
Two or less errors
in the following:
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Class Name
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Court
Name and
address
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Facility
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Times New
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WRITING CENTER
Organization is
present though
rather predictable;
transitions are
used which enable
the reader to
follow the flow of
thought.
Organization is
emerging so reader
can follow some of
the text, but
introduction and
conclusion
undeveloped or
unclear.
No clear
introduction or
conclusion.
Organization is
lacking which
causes confusion in
reader.
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Flows easily when
read aloud.
Organization:
Paper is clear and
well developed.
Strong
introduction and
conclusion with
thoughtful use of
transitions. Flows
smoothly from one
idea to the next.
If you wish to have additional help on a writing assignment, you may schedule an
appointment with a writing conference instructor by going to www.worwic.edu and
clicking on “Current Students” and then “Learning Resources” and “Writing
Conferences.” Limited time slots are available, so an appointment is required. If you
cannot keep your appointment, it is your responsibility to cancel any writing conferences
by using this link.
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ASSESSMENT
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The final grade for this course will be based upon a scale of 600 points. Each of the two
examinations is worth 100 points each and the quizzes is worth 50.. The research
project/presentation (Staff Study Problem Solving Project) is 100 points. Students may
earn up to 25 points for class participation and attendance. While there will necessarily
be some subjectivity to awarding points for this, objective criteria such as attendance,
punctuality, and class participation will be considered.
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2 exams (100 points each)
Final Comprehensive Essay Exam
2 quizzes (50 points each)
Black Board Discussion Questions
Staff Study Problem Solving Project:
Class participation (Online and classroom)
Total possible points
200 Points
100 Points
100 Points
100 Points
75 Points
25 Points
600 Points
Evaluation of Final Grade
A = 90%-100% (540-600 points)
B = 80%-89% (480-539 points)
C = 70%-79% (420-479 points)
D = 60%-69% (360-419 points)
F = 0%-59%
(0-359 points)
CLASSROOM ETIQUETTE
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Silence all cell phones and electronic devices. Text messaging is not permitted
during class. Violations of this policy will result in loss of classroom participation
points.
Students are expected to arrive on time and stay for the entire class. If a student is late
or must leave early, please minimize disruption to the class. A late or early leave counts
as ½ an absence. No side conversations or other distracting behaviors will be tolerated.
Respect others by being polite and considerate.
EMERENCY INFORMATION STATEMENT
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In the event of a flu epidemic or other emergency that results in the suspension of
classes, faculty will be communicating with students about their courses and course
requirements, such as assignments, quiz and exam dates, and class and grading
policies, via faculty websites or Blackboard. Students will be responsible for completing
all these assignments in accordance with class policies. Information about the
resumption of classes will be communicated via the College’s website and email
system.
BLACKBOARD STATEMENT
Blackboard is being used as a supplementary site in this course. To access
course content in Blackboard you need to have access to a computer with an
internet connection (other requirements may apply). Computers that meet these
requirements are available on campus in the Maynard Technology Center (MTC
200), the Academic and Administration Building (AAB 217), Henson Hall (HH
100), Guerrieri Hall (GH 201), the Workforce Development Center (WDC 305),
and the Allied Health Building (AHB 108).
Login Information
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Please follow these directions to gain access to the course syllabus, Power
Point presentations, and study guides:
Please follow these directions to access course syllabi and any other materials
posted for this course:
Login Information
1. From WorWic home page, point to “myWor-Wic” (top right) and click the
“Login to myWor-Wic” link.
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2. Enter your Wor-Wic user ID and password (same as your Wor-Wic email
user ID and password). Don’t know your user ID or password? Contact
Student Services.
3. You should then see a list of courses in which you are currently enrolled.
Click on the course link for CMJ 151
4. Find and click on the folder for the course resource you are looking for;
i.e. course syllabus, Power Point presentations, study guides, etc.
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All students logging into Blackboard affirm that they understand and agree to
follow Wor-Wic Community College policies regarding academic integrity and
the use of College resources as described in the college catalog. Wor-Wic
Community College considers the following as violations of the computer usage
policy:
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Using the campus computing network and facilities to violate the privacy
of other individuals.
Sharing of account passwords with friends, family members or any
unauthorized individuals.
Violators are subject to college disciplinary procedures.
ACADEMIC HONESTY
Students must comply with the standards of conduct mandated by college policy as
outlined in the Appendix of the college catalog. Any student caught plagiarizing or
cheating on an assignment in violation of that policy will not receive credit for that
assignment. Discussion will occur before penalties are assessed. At the discretion of
the instructor, the student may also be referred to the Student Disciplinary Committee.
MISCELLANEOUS
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Class time will involve both lecture and class discussions covering subjects in the text
and outside materials. Students are expected to complete all assigned reading prior to
class, actively participate in class discussions, attend all classes, and be on time.
Regular attendance and participation are the best ways to ensure success in this
course. If a student experiences any course-related problems throughout the semester,
please contact the instructor as soon as possible.
In the event of an emergency, health-related or other, that results in the suspension of
classes, faculty will be communicating with students about their courses and course
requirements, such as assignments, quiz and exam dates, and class and grading
policies, via faculty websites or Blackboard. Students will be responsible for completing
all these assignments in accordance with class policies. Information about the
resumption of classes will be communicated via the College’s website and email.
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I look forward to working with you this semester.
Instructor Evaluation
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The College has selected SmartEvals as its vendor to conduct online end-of-course
evaluations. SmartEvals maintains the highest level of security with the evaluation
information, and the information resides only on SmartEvals’ computer servers. Faculty
are unable to identify individual evaluations, and any data which has the potential to
reveal the identity of a student (i.e. the only male in a class) is blocked from viewing.
You will receive automated emails from SmartEvals reminding you to complete your
evaluations, and the timing of the emails is in compliance with anti-spam guidelines.
The emails discontinue once all of your evaluations are completed. You will be able to
access the evaluations through the link in the SmartEvals email or by clicking on
“course evaluation” in the left menu of your Blackboard course website. The evaluations
are only active during designated times at the end of the semester. Disable the pop-up
blockers on your internet browser in order to access the evaluation. Your cooperation in
completing the online evaluation at the designated time is greatly appreciated. The
results from the course evaluation provide valuable feedback to your instructor in order
to make changes as needed with curriculum and teaching. Please direct any questions
about the online course evaluation system to Hope Ellis at [email protected]
ASSIGNMENTS AND DUE DATES
DUE BY: Sunday, September 14, 2014 by midnight
• Read chapter one and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
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DUE BY: Sunday, September 21, 2014
• Read chapter two and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Reminder: study for quiz one, which will be given September 30, 2014 (Quiz
one chapters 1, 2, 3 and all Blackboard material).
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DUE BY: Sunday, September 28, 2014
• Read chapter three and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Reminder: study for quiz one, which will be given in class on September 30,
2014 (Quiz one chapters 1, 2, 3 and all Blackboard material).
DUE BY: Sunday, October 5, 2014
• Read chapter four and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Don’t forget that the research project staff study problem solving project is due on
November 04, 2014.
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DUE BY: THURSDAY, October 12, 2014
• Read chapter five and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Don’t forget that the research project staff study problem solving project is due on
November 04, 2014
• Reminder: study for Exam #1 which will be given in class on October 21,
2014 (Exam #1 chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. and all Blackboard material.).
DUE BY: Sunday, October 19, 2014
• Read chapter six and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Don’t forget that the research project staff study problem solving project is due on
November 04, 2014
• Reminder: study for Exam #1 which will be given in class on October 21,
2014 (Exam #1 chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. and all Blackboard material.).
DUE BY: Sunday, October 26, 2014
• Read chapter seven and eight and know chapter objectives, key concepts and
terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz
• Don’t forget that the research project staff study problem solving project is due on
November 04, 2014.
• Reminder: study for Exam #2 which will be given in class on November 4,
2014 (Exam #2 chapters 7,8 9 10 and all Blackboard material.).
DUE BY: Sunday November 2, 2014
• Read chapter nine and ten and know chapter objectives, key concepts and
terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Don’t forget that the Research project staff study problem solving project is due on
November 04, 2014.
• Reminder: study for Exam #2, which will be given in class on November 4,
2014 (Exam #2 chapters 7,8, 9, and 10 and all Blackboard material.).
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DUE BY: Sunday, November 9, 2014
• Read chapter eleven and twelve, and know chapter objectives, key concepts
and terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Reminder: study for Quiz #2, which will be given in class on November 25,
2014 (Quiz #2 chapters 11, 12, 13 and 14 and all Blackboard material.)
DUE BY: Sunday, November 16, 2014
• Read chapter thirteen and fourteen, and know chapter objectives, key concepts
and terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Reminder: study for Quiz #2 which will be given in class on November 25,
2014 (Quiz #2 chapters 11, 12, 13 and 14 and all Blackboard material.).
DUE BY: Sunday, November 23, 2014
• Read chapter fifteen and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms.
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Reminder: study for Quiz #2 which will be given in class on November 25,
2014 (Quiz #2 chapters 11, 12, 13 and 14 and all Blackboard material.).
DUE BY: Sunday November 30, 2014
• Read chapter sixteen and know chapter objectives, key concepts and terms
• Review all Blackboard material.
• Answer the discussion question- Your initial post is due each Sunday by
midnight, while the response to a classmate’s is due each Monday by midnight.
• Take practice chapter quiz.
• Study for exam final (Chapter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 15 and
16), scheduled for December 09, 2014 from 530pm- 730pm
RESEARCH PAPER
STAFF STUDY PROBLEM SOLVING PROJECT TOPICS
Imposing Regulations of Tattoos for Police Agency Employees
Establishing Duty Limitations for Pregnant Officers
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Employee 1st Amendment Rights
Requiring Physical Fitness Standards
Establishing Quarantine Procedures for HAZMAT Situations
Use of Mobile Video Recording Equipment
Patrol Bicycles (Select a Specific Brand to Consider)
Imposing Foot Pursuit Procedures
Use of Volunteers
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Secondary Employment Restrictions
Establishing Employee Drug Testing Program
Body Armor (Select a Specific Brand to Analyze)
Use of Tasars
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Use of Micro-Cassette Recorders
Employee Restrictions for Cell Phone Use
Control of Employee e-mail
Establishing Deaf and Hearing Impaired Procedures
Use of Digital Cameras (Select a Specific Brand to Analyze)
Employee Hair Length Restrictions
Employee Facial Hair Restrictions
Employee Off Duty Dress Code
Use of Mandatory Psychological Counseling
Front Wheel Drive Vehicle for Patrolling (Select a Specific Make/Model to Analyze)
Rear Wheel Drive Vehicle for Patrolling (Select a Specific Make/Model to Analyze)
45 Caliber Pistol for Duty Weapon (Select a Specific Model to Analyze)
Peace Officer Bill of Rights
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40 Caliber Pistol for Duty Weapon (Select a Specific Model to Analyze)
Benefits of National Accreditation
Nepotism Restrictions
Establishing a Take Home Vehicle Program
K-9 for Bomb Detection (Select Specific Breed to Analyze)
K-9 for Drug Detection (Select Specific Breed to Analyze)
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Use of Eight Hour Shifts for Uniform Patrol
Use of 12 Hour Shifts for Uniform Patrol
Enforcement of Illegal Immigration Laws
Imposing Employee Body Piercing Restrictions/Limitations
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Employee Light Duty Procedures
References
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McGraw Hill.
Daws, M.D. (2009). In search of liability protection. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin,
124, 23-25.
Hess, K.M., & Wrobleski, H.M. (2007). Police operations (4th ed). New York: West
Publishing.
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Leveron, L.A. (2007, June). Civil litigation and administrators. Police, 24, 35-38.
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Russell, W.M. (2006). Police, civil liability, and the law. Police Chief, 68, 21-25.
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