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NCJ Number: 126209 Find in a Library
Title: Florida Law Enforcement Officers Basic Recruit Training
Corporate Author: Florida Department of Law Enforcement
United States of America

New York Governor's Task Force on Rape and Sexual Assault
United States of America
Date Published: 1988
Page Count: 492
Sponsoring Agency: Florida Department of Law Enforcement
Tallahassee, FL 32302
New York Governor's Task Force on Rape and Sexual Assault
Albany, NY 12224
Type: Curriculum
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This guide is designed to aid the training center director in planning and managing the training program for Florida law enforcement recruits.
Abstract: The section entitled "The Instructional Program" outlines the major topical areas of the curriculum and indicates the required minimum number of instructional hours for each major topic. The major topic areas for the curriculum are course introduction, legal issues, patrol, traffic, vehicle operation, weapons, investigations, medical issues, communications, and interpersonal relations. The minimum required number of hours for the curriculum is 520. The guide indicates the learning goals, objectives, and competency levels for each subtopic covered within the aforementioned major topics. The learning objectives outline the behavior expected of the student at the end of the instructional period. The level of learning indicated on each competency topic is either "proficient," which requires a working knowledge of the topic, or "oriented," which requires an intellectual understanding of the information. The section on course planning includes suggestions for scheduling, instructor qualifications, required materials, and facilities. The section on course management and evaluation contains suggestions for managing and evaluating the course.
Main Term(s): Police recruit training
Index Term(s): Criminal investigation training; Florida; Patrol Training; Police legal training
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