Courses - Criminal Justice

Required Courses (5)

PSCJ 4310 | PSCJ 5310 | NCCJ 100: Organizational & Personal Development
Two-week course designed to enhance the leadership skills of state, local, and county law enforcement officials; sheriffs; and executives from corrections and private and corporate security. This is one course in a five-course program, three credits per course, for the National Criminal Justice Command College. This course provides the introduction to the Command College as well as the synthesis of the other four courses. It will present an introduction to management and leadership and will include assessments for style. The last week will focus on the future with individual capstone presentations of their goals and what they will take with them.

PSCJ 4320 | PSCJ 5320 | NCCJ 101: Leadership, Management & Communication
Two-week course designed to enhance the leadership, management, and communication skills of state, local, and county law enforcement officials; sheriffs; and executives from corrections and private and corporate security. This is one course in a five-course series for the National Criminal Justice Command College. This course will cover basic management skills, generational differences, situational leadership and leadership styles from Jefferson and Madison.

PSCJ 4330 | PSCJ 5330 | NCCJ 102: Leadership & Criminal Justice
Two-week course designed to enhance the leadership and forensic skills of state, local, and county law enforcement officials; sheriffs; and executives from corrections and private and corporate security. This is one course in a five course program, three credits per course, for the National Criminal Justice Command College. Both weeks of this course will be presented by experts in the area of criminal justice and will include law enforcement specific topics and leadership. These topics will include terrorism, post traumatic stress, work and schoolplace violence, crimes against children, media training, and many more.

PSCJ 4340 | PSCJ 5340 | NCCJ 103: Negotiation & Collaboration
Two-week course designed to enhance the negotiation and collaboration skills of state, local, and county law enforcement officials; sheriffs; and executives from corrections and private and corporate security. This is one course in a five course program, three credits per course, for the National Criminal Justice Command College. During this course participants will discuss the various aspects and concepts of the negotiating process and apply concepts learned in class dealing negotiation and collaboration situations faced by law enforcement officials. It will also include a hands-on panel discussion, a case study, and presentations by individuals who have effectively implemented collaborative efforts.

PSCJ 4350 | PSCJ 5350 | NCCJ 104: Individual & Organizational Effectiveness 
Two-week course designed to enhance the individual and organizational skills of state, local, and county law enforcement officials; sheriffs; and executives from corrections and private and corporate security. This is one course in a five-course program, three credits per course, for the National Criminal Justice Command College. This course will provide overall concepts of teambuilding, situational leadership, leadership techniques, and performance management. A portion of the course will be held off-site at an equine facility with classroom work dealing with trust, communication, and application to their workplace.

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