40 Hour School Resource Officer-Sauk Valley College

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Capacity: 15 - Available: 6
Date: Monday, June 24, 2024
Ends On: Friday, June 28, 2024
Registration Deadline: Friday, May 24, 2024
Time: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Instructor Location:
Sauk Valley Community College Room 2L6
173 IL Rt. 2

Dixon, IL
Instructor: Danielle Butts Team

Members' Fee: $0
Sworn Non-Members' Fee: $0
Non-Members' Fee: $0
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This class has been certified by ILETSB to meet the following mandates:

Civil Rights 1.5 Hours

Const/Proper use of Authority 1 hour

Crisis Intervention 4 Hours

Cultural Competency 2.50 Hours

Human Rights .5 Hours

Legal Updates 3 Hours

Officer Wellness 1 Hours

Procedural Justice 7.50 Hours

Psychology of Domestic Violence .5 Hours

Reporting Child Abuse/Neglect .5 Hours

De-escalation Techniques 3 Hours/2.5 Hours Scenario Based

Laws Concerning Stops, Searches & Use of Force 1 Hour

Officer Saftey Techniques 3 Hours/2.5 Hours Scenario Based

Active Threat Response 7 Hours/6 Hours Scenario Based

 

 

 

 

This course is a 40-hour ILETSB certified School Resource Officer course.  The course is intended for a law enforcement officer who has been primary assigned to a school or school district under an agreement with a local law enforcement agency.

 

Topics discussed will include:

               Day One: Juvenile Considerations / Adolescent Development & the Teen / Due Process/ Interrogating Juvenile Suspects / Interviewing Juvenile Witnesses

 

               Day Two:  Intro to Juvenile Law & Juvenile Court Act / Detention of Juveniles / Rights of Parents / School Law / Roles of SRO / Developing Relationships with diverse students

 

               Day Three:  School Structure and Hierarchy / School Safety & Design / Student Communication / Understanding special youth considerations disabilities

 

               Day Four:  Special Needs / Overview of Criminal Activity in Schools / Law Enforcement Action in schools/Intro to School Threat Response and Case Study Review / Role of SRO in Active Threat / Recognizing Active Threat

 

               Day Five:  SWAT, Tactical, School Safety & SWAT Officers / Tactical Maneuvering on school grounds: solo/group responses, clear classrooms, response to threat / Post Event Considerations / Threat Response Scenario trainings

 

Successful completion and attendance of the course, including passing the exam, is required to be State Certified.