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Fall 2016 Catalog 
Fall 2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

LE 210 - EVOC In-Service Training and Instruction

Credit Hours: 4

This course is based on guides developed by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services to enhance the skills of sworn law enforcement officers and to guide experienced personnel the skill sets they need to instruct others in safe emergency and non-emergency operation of department vehicles.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

  • demonstrate comprehensive knowledge ofNYS law relating to the operation of emergency vehicles;
  • distinguish between police operator driving rights in emergency and in non-emergency situations;
  • identify the reasons for law enforcement driver training;
  • identify unique characteristics oflaw enforcement driving;
  • identify common psychological factors contributing to law enforcement collisions;
  • identify common physiological factors contributing to law enforcement collisions;
  • list and explain vehicle defects likely to contribute to law enforcement collisions;
  • explain the elements of an acceptable law enforcement vehicle inspection;
  • demonstrate acceptable use of safety belts and other occupant protection devices;
  • explain methods of skid avoidance;
  • explain the safe use of police communications equipment while driving;
  • identify acceptable collision avoidance methods during emergency responses; and
  • explain a method of scoring a practical law enforcement driving exercise.

Year Round (N)