Course Descriptions

PLE 202 - Tactical Warrant Service and Building Searches

2 Credits

This course will educate public safety officers assigned to conduct building searches and narcotic search warrants. The curriculum includes situational risk analysis, legal issues and liability, planning, briefing, critiquing exercises, Active Countermeasures, Dynamic and Covert Entry techniques, weapons control and retention, and basic and advanced shooting skills. Upon successful completion of this course , the student will be able to demonstrate their proficiency by written test, oral report, practical exam of performance skills, and peer assessment. Thirty-five class hours. Must be a sworn police or peace officer.

Course Learning Outcomes
1. Identify legal issues of search and arrest warrants.
2. Demonstrate the process in a tactical operation.
3. Participate in shooting skills as a member of a warrant service team.

Course Offered Fall and Spring

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Intersession 2019
Spring Semester 2019