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Law Enforcement  

National University has developed two FREE Peace Officer Standards Training (POST) approved programs to provide law enforcement professionals with the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills while earning POST credit that can be stacked toward academic course credit. 

  • Building Our Team Through Community Policing
  • Caring for the Caretakers: Organizational Wellness for Law Enforcement

These programs are FREE FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONALS IN CALIFORNIA under POST grant funding through June 30, 2021.

Each course is a mix of self-paced, asynchronous learning and live Zoom sessions.  You will be sent information on selecting a Zoom session after you have been enrolled in the course.

 

  • Building Our Team Through Community Policing
  • Registration: Open Enrollment
    Delivery Method: Online
    Fee: $0.00

    Today’s police officer must be more complete in their capabilities, more community focused and at the same time aware how global events can affect neighborhood concerns. To accomplish this public safety must be a shared responsibility. At the heart of this shared responsibility is what is called community policing. Community policing is a philosophy that promotes working in partnership with a community to prevent and/or address crime based on a collaborative approach.  This program will provide law enforcement professionals with knowledge, skills, and best practices to work collaboratively with the community.

 

  • Caring for the Caretakers: Organizational Wellness for Law Enforcement
  • Registration: Open Enrollment
    Delivery Method: Online
    Fee: $0.00

    Caring for the Caretakers: Organizational Wellness for Law Enforcement program will discuss, teach, and help managers and law enforcement professionals learn how to create an environment and culture in which employee wellness is central to all aspects of the organization. Organizational wellness goes beyond the commitment to a wellness plan and is most evident when the organization consistently enforces the implementation of the plan for all members. Many factors that compromise the safety of law enforcement professionals’ judgment and decision-making develop from how they manage stress and the impact of trauma in their personal and professional lives.