ADMJUS 185 - Police Community Relations - Romik Keshishi
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Welcome to the College of the Canyons, Police Community Relations course. I have been a member of the Los Angeles Police Department for 22 years and I have worked a variety of assignments from uniform patrol, gangs, vice, narcotics, and terrorism. I am currently a Detective assigned to the Major Crimes Division. I look forward to share with you, my law enforcement experience and expertise as an investigator. My goal is to guide you not only through the lens of a police officer but also through the eyes of the community members.
The course presents theories, philosophies and concepts in police-community relations for problem solving solutions within diverse communities. We will focus on partnerships between the law enforcement agencies, individual officers, private enterprise and most importantly the community members. Building relationships and trust with the diverse populations of the community is the ultimate goal. Police Community Relations is a collaborative effort in crime prevention and building safe communities.
Each week you will wrestle with an issue or an ethical dilemma related to Police Community Relations. The intent is to allow students to demonstrate their understanding of the subject matter material, to recognize and analyze community problems, and to generate possible solutions. In your weekly discussion topics, you will be required to recognize Police Community Relation problems, analyze and present viable solutions.
Note: We will be discussing difficult, troubling and challenging issues related to the police function such as stereo-types, prejudice, bias and racism. A plurality of viewpoints will be encouraged sometimes through the use of provocative statements that some may find disturbing. The intent is to generate thoughtful discussions and student engagement and create a safe learning experience and environment for all students regardless of individual opinions or beliefs.
What to Expect in this Course
Students will be able to access power point lectures, research material, Videos, assignments, grades and important notifications via CANVAS.
Students will need to have access to a desk top computer or a laptop and viable internet connection in order to be able to access CANVAS.
You will be graded on engagement and participation in individual discussion topics, current affair journals and the “Final Challenge assignment.”
The “Final Challenge” is a research project which will be due the last week of instructions.
The details of the assignments and due dates will be made available in your Syllabus and course CANVAS and during ZOOM meeting.
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Last updated: 10/05/2021 Sub#: 689