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NCJ Number: 40189 Find in a Library
Title: TRAINING FOR CAMPUS POLICE - DEALING WITH EMOTION
Journal: JOURNAL OF COLLEGE STUDENT PERSONNEL  Volume:18  Issue:1  Dated:(1977)  Pages:70-71
Author(s): C O MATTHEWS
Corporate Author: American College Personnel Assoc
United States of America
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 2
Sponsoring Agency: American College Personnel Assoc
Washington, DC 20009
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: ARTICLE DESCRIBES CAMPUS POLICE TRAINING PROGRAM DESIGNED TO GIVE INFORMATION ON HANDLING CAMPUS PROBLEMS.
Abstract: THE PROGRAM WAS JOINTLY SPONSORED BY THE ILLINOIS STATE UNIVERSITY POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE NORMAL AND BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS, POLICE DEPARTMENTS. THE PROGRAM CONSISTED OF THREE-HOUR, WEEKLY SESSIONS THAT ENDED AFTER SIX WEEKS. THE SESSIONS INCLUDED POLICE WORK AND STRESS ON THE FAMILY, UNDERSTANDING MINORITY GROUPS, COMMUNICATING WITH BLACKS, RAPE CRISIS, CONFRONTATION WITH A CROWD, AND FEAR IN THE LINE OF DUTY. OFFICERS COMPLETING THE PROGRAM DESCRIBED IT AS BENEFICIAL AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING....BS
Index Term(s): Campus police training; Campus Security; Police agencies
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