Vector Solutions’ training catalog for law enforcement features more than 240 hours of continuing education for officers. The following state regulatory agencies have approved Vector’s Constitutional Law and Domestic Violence courses for one (1) hour each toward law enforcement training accreditation.
Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training Board (MN POST)
Nevada Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST)
North Dakota Peace Officer Standards and Training (ND POST)
South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy (SCCJA)
The Constitutional Law course reviews the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights as it relates to the field of law enforcement. Emphasis is given to amendments of the constitution that specifically target the way law enforcement carries out their job duties, including the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Fourteenth. This course focuses on the amendment that most defines the law enforcement profession—the fourth amendment—with emphasis on relevant court cases and case law that has defined and shaped the profession, both traditionally and in modern society.
The Domestic Violence course provides a general overview of domestic violence. Topics covered include understanding the psychologies of abusers and victims, breaking the cycle of violence, and identifying crimes commonly associated with domestic violence. Discussion also focuses on scene safety, conducting the on-scene investigation, criteria to determine whether to make an arrest, and strategies for protecting the victim.
The Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards Board (MCOLES) has also approved the above two courses, in addition to Vector’s Policies and Procedures in Law Enforcement course, which is described below.
The Policies and Procedures in Law Enforcement course reviews the fundamentals of policies and procedures and why they are crucial to the operations of law enforcement agencies. The need for clear and concise policies and procedures is discussed, with examples of the impact from a lack of proper policies and procedures.
Please contact your Account Manager to have these courses added to your Learning Management System (LMS) learning library.