Century College

Law Enforcement Report Writing (in session)
#: 1LEF-0040   ID:    Section: 1  
Description:
The learning objectives for this course are as follows:
  • define key terms and concepts of writing police reports
  • describe the role of police reports in the legal process
  • describe the relationship between good report writing and testimony
  • write a police report in first person
  • differentiate between facts, inferences, and opinions when writing a police report
  • use correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, capitalization, and sentence and paragraph structure in a police report
  • write a police report that is clear, complete, concise, and accurate
  • write a police report that presents all relevant details in chronological order
Bring to Class:
You must receive prior approval to enroll in this course.  For information concerning this program, contact lawenforcement@century.edu

You will have 6 months from the date of enrollment to complete this course.   Note that you can work online at anytime; disregard timeframe noted in schedule.

SPECIAL NOTICE: You will need Internet connection and an email address.  Approximately one day prior to the start of class, you will receive a user name, password, and login instructions via email to access the D2L Brightspace for CECT system for coursework and chats.
 
Day(s):
Varied Schedule
Time:
12:00 AM
Sessions:
2
Contact Hours:
32
Cost:
$500.00
Instructor:
Registration Cutoff Date:
Dates & Times:
1/1/2021   12:00AM - 4:00PM Self-paced - Register Anytime
6/30/2021   12:00AM - 4:00PM Self-paced - Register Anytime