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Campus Policing

Secondary and higher education campus require the use of trained police officers daily. Courses that include topics such as bullying, use of force with students, Clery Act updates, FERPA laws, and VAWA mandates can help campus security and school resource officers improve their ability to protect students, staff, and faculty.

Course Name Course Description Length
Bomb Threats in Schools School bomb threats disrupt schools while creating substantial anxiety in a school-community, especially if they are Recurring over a shorter period. With these threats increasing in number over the years, it is important that all law enforcement personnel know how to handle bomb threat situations safely and effectively. This one-hour course will provide learners with the skills to establish a plan of action to identify harmful situations early, act properly, and prevent them from happening altogether. 1h
Campus Based Training: Clery Act The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 was enacted to require all postsecondary institutions participating in the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA) Title IV student financial assistance programs to disclose campus crime statistics and security information. It was renamed the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act in 1998 and is now generally known as the Clery Act. In this course, learners will review updates to the law in order to better serve postsecondary students and their families. 2h
Campus Policing This one-hour training block will address the unique issues that arise for law enforcement on college campuses. 1h
Preventing Bullying in Schools Bullying has become a major social issue affecting children and teens at an alarming rate. Despite social awareness, bullying is on the rise, making it a national crisis. In this course, learners are provided helpful tips and strategies on how to better educate children to become allies instead of enemies, ways to create healthy relationships among peers at school, and tolerance when interacting with each other. 1h
School Resource Officers “The popular perception of law enforcement is that officers spend their days nabbing the bad guys and protecting their communities from perils ranging anywhere from parking violators to international terrorists. One important way that law enforcement officers can reach out to the community at large is by partnering with local school districts and selecting specific officers to serve as school resource officers (SROs).
In this course, you will learn the ways that a school resource officer can assist in a school as an educator and advisor. Additionally, this course will cover the security and law enforcement responsibilities of school resource officers. You will also learn how community-oriented policing can result in effective law enforcement.
1h