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Homeland Security 4

DESCRIPTION:
This course will prepare students to employ skills needed discusses several subjects relevant to employment as a homeland security professional. These include hazardous materials, types of security and their components, and proven methods for planning and conducting security operations. This course is presented in two semesters.

Semester 1 discusses types and factors of patrol; professional relationships; controlling traffic, parking and crowds; preserving evidence; working with witnesses and providing testimony. It also describes various types of protection systems as well as methods and technologies that enhance access control.

Semester 2 discusses proven procedures, equipment, and techniques for planning and conducting security operations and responding to security incidents. It also describes a variety of safety procedures and professionalism.

CREDITS:
1 Credit

PREREQUISITES:
Career Elective Homeland Security 1
Career Elective Homeland Security 2
Career Elective Homeland Security 3

Course Outline