Police Science

Police Science

  • Description: A Police Science graduate could expect to seek and gain employment in either public or private agencies and organizations requiring employment of those with law enforcement, investigative and related backgrounds.
     
Police Science Program Outcomes
Program Measurements Used
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Continuous Improvement
1. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the purpose, function, and continuing evolution of the U.S. Criminal Justice System in terms of the three major components:  law enforcement, courts, and corrections.
Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission certification exam
100% passage rate
Comparison data not available
No intervention needed at this time.
Employer Survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark of 80%
To be determined
2. Apply communication skills verbally, through written documentation, and non-verbally with coworkers, supervisors, victims, witnesses, prosecutors, and others through the use of effective, appropriate interview and interrogation techniques, listening skills, interpersonal conversation skills, written reports, and testifying in court.
Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission certification exam
100% passage rate
Comparison data not available
No intervention needed at this time.
Employer Survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark of 80%
To be determined
3. Use discretion in the application of criminal law effectively, correctly, and in a timely manner.
Employer Survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark of 80%
To be determined
4. Demonstrate appropriate evidence collection, preservation, and analysis techniques used during traffic accident and criminal investigations.
Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission certification exam
100% passage rate
Comparison data not available
No intervention needed at this time.
Employer Survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark of 80%
To be determined
5. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior in performing of any duty or assignment on behalf of or while employed by or associated with any criminal justice agency.
Employer Survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark of 80%
To be determined
6. Develop cultural diversity and demonstrate community awareness skills including, but not limited to, conflict resolution, media relations, crime prevention, referrals to and collaboration with both criminal and non-criminal justice agencies.
Employer Survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark of 80%
To be determined

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