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1 Golden West College Criminal Justice Training Center Campus Safety Officer Course Description and Outline 40 Hours Contract Education (non-post certified) This course teaches the basic roles and responsibilities of a campus safety officer in the K-12 school setting. Uniquely created to address today s safety concerns for students and faculty, the class connects education and school safety with best practices. This course is for individuals exploring a career in school safety, retired law enforcement seeking to continue serving in the community, mental health professionals, school officials/personnel, parents and individuals or organizations desiring to expand their knowledge of school safety practices. Basic instruction will include applicable laws, liability, security incident mitigation, disasters, emergencies, social media issues, adolescent behavior, mediation and conflict resolution. These topics will equip course participants/ students with essential tools for success as a member of a school safety team. Students will become familiar with the differences between municipal police and trained civilian campus safety personnel. An emphasis will be on building positive working relationships with school administrators, teachers, school professional support staff, parents and families, local community resources and various police resources. Identification of early warning behaviors and indicators of escalating situations of concern will be covered, supported by learning activities equipping students with mediation and resolution tactics. Instruction is inclusive of methods to enhance critical thinking and decision-making skills required of safety personnel. Successful students will earn a certificate of completion that meets the standards of SB 1626 and the BSIS Powers of Arrest training. The instructor team for the course is comprised of a blend of school administrators, law enforcement professional, mediation and mental health professionals and school public safety professionals. I. Student Learning Outcomes [SLOs] (skills, abilities and knowledge a student may develop from the course): The successful student will: 1. Assess laws and liability issues affecting K-12 schools and colleges 2. Identify the roles and responsibilities of the campus safety officer 3. Demonstrate effective techniques in mediation and conflict resolution 4. Awareness of and appropriate response to disasters, emergencies and crisis incidents as they relate to campus operations 5. Recognize the dynamics of adolescents and student behavior II. Course Scope and Content (outline of course content leading toward goals and objectives): DAY I 8 hours (OCIAC CIPU) Instructors, Rosa Ponce de Leon & Martin Hanneman A. School Assessment Process 1. Developing partnership with District, School and Local Police 2. Mapping school physical structure and identifying responding school personnel 3. Analyzing school policy and procedure relevant to emergency response 4. Identifying mitigation strategies and incident management

2 5. Establishing training plan for students, staff and parents 6. Disasters/Emergencies natural (earthquake) human (active shooter) 7. Mutual Aid First Responders 8. District Involvement 9. Notification Protocols Schools, City, County, Medical, Police, Parents B. Dynamics of gangs - Instructor, Ponce de Leon 1. Overview of gang groups 2. Informal leaders 3. Social, economic status-community norms 4. Interventions Officer tactical/intervention responses C. Bullying and Social Media DAY 2 (AM) 4 hours - Instructor, Jon Arnold A. Laws and Liability 1. Law enforcement authority (Penal Code Applications; Education Code Applications) 2. P.C , (a) & (b) b. E.C c. Jurisdictional limits 3. On and off campus 4. On and off duty 5. Concurrent jurisdiction B. Search and Seizure 1. Consensual encounters, detentions and arrests 2. Reasonable suspicion and probable cause 3. School officials (non-sworn) not held to the same standard as peace officers 4. Prohibited searches 5. Community College searches C. Arrests 1. Battery on a school ground 2. Uses of force by school administrators 3. Arrests of truants 4. Corporal punishment D. Tactical Awareness in the Educational Environment 1. Threat assessment Individual and group 2. Trespasser(s) 3. Disturbances 4. Crowd and event management 5. Crime scenes 6. Interview and interrogation on campus 7. Crimes against persons Crimes against property 8. Specific Campus-Related Penal Code sections 9. TRO s, Stay-Away Orders, Abduction Issues E. Misc. legal and security issues 1. Destruction of employee property 2. Destruction of library property 3. Keys security and duplication 4. Computer crimes F. Weapons on campus Injurious objects - responses 1. Gun free school zone firearms on school grounds 2. Attorney General Opinion definition of possession

3 DAY 2 (PM) - 4 hours - Instructor, Mike Pollock A. Overview and history of school safety laws and personnel responsibilities 1. History and development of campus law enforcement 2. Legislative history 3. Role of campus vs. municipal/county agency safety personnel B. Mission and responsibilities of public schools 1. Right to Safe Schools-California Constitution Article I, Section Responsibility in the learning environment 3. Student as #1 client 4. Service concept 5. Support learning environment 6. Student Records 7. Referral Agencies 8. Mandatory plans/reporting 9. Safe school plan 10. California Safe Schools Assessment 11. Kristin Smart Campus Safety Act 12. Recognizing gender/racial harassment and discrimination C. Structure and Organization of Schools 1. Funding 2. Table of organization 3. Administrative roles 4. Ancillary groups D. Conduct on Campus 1. In Loco Parentis - Parens Patriae 2. Trespass-Safe school zone 3. Disturbances E. The Discipline Process-Due Process-Legal Process 1. K-12 and community colleges 2. Role of school administrator, Board of Trustees, Teacher, Campus Safety Officer, Police 3. Role of Administrative Hearing Panel 4. Student Rights 5. Truancy 6. Expulsion/suspension/restorative justice DAY 3 8 hours Instructors Vic Dennis & Melissa Porter A. Campus/Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving 1. History and development 2. Presentation of problem solving models B. Observations & Documentation - Instructor Melissa Porter 1. Report Writing 2. Observation and Patrol techniques 3. Asking appropriate questions, interviewing skills 4. Observing suspects/suspicious activity 5. Follow up for suspicious circumstances/people and situations C. Mandatory Reporting 1. Child Abuse 2. Reporting Assaults 3. Local District reporting procedures

4 D. Ethics and Professionalism Instructor Vic Dennis 1. Appearance 2. Command Presence, Verbal Skills, Tactical Communication 3. Proper Conduct, Respect, Attitude 4. Responsible use of authority E. lntra/lnter Relations with Constituent Groups - Instructor Melissa Porter 1. Identifying stakeholders e.g. teachers, administrators, students, parents, law enforcement, mental health etc. 2. Creating collaborative relationships-building trust among stakeholders 3. Establishing and maintain positive contacts, professional image 4. Being a role model F. Mediation/Conflict Resolution - Instructor Vic Dennis 1. Communication Skills 2. Mediation Model(s) 3. Learning Activities Critiquing activities DAY 4 (AM) - 4 hours - Instructor Karen Harelson A. Dynamics of Student Behavior 1. Mental Health & Development (Adolescent) 2. Peer group influence, etc., inclusive 3. Substance abuse-student and family 4. Defiance 5. Dysfunctional families 6. Truancy 7. Cultural differences 8. Special Education 9. Threat Assessment DAY 4 (PM) - 4 hours - Instructors (Allum, Arnold, Porter, de Leon, Hanneman, Dennis,Pollock) A. Instructor facilitated scenarios/role playing evaluated exercises DAY 5 8 hours Instructor, Rich Allum A. Powers of Arrest B. Liability 1. Off campus 2. On campus 3. Personal/Contractor/Employer 4. Criminal/Civil/Administrative C. BSIS Code and Regulations D. Weapons of mass destruction (4 hrs. required by BSIS) E. BSIS Exam (Those students who would like to initiate applications for security guard and do their live scan fingerprint application may do so at end of class for an additional cost).

5 III. Issuing Certificates of Completion Course Activities and Outcomes A. Student Learning Outcome Assessment (SLOA) 1. Students will be required to achieve a 100% passing score on the standardized State of California, Department of Consumer Affairs, Powers of Arrest Exam. 2. Students will be required to achieve an acceptable rating on instructor facilitated role-play exercises. B. Required Course Activities (kinds and frequency) 1. Textbook reading assignments - TBD 2. Selected instructor handouts 3. Required Writing, Problem Solving, Skills Demonstration and/or proficiency 4. Required review of current laws and cases and prepare written and oral responses C. Demonstration of critical thinking/problem solving: 1. Students will participate in an active discussion of campus safety issues and operations. 2. Students will be required to evaluate the information discussed in the lecture and assimilate that information into problem solving exercises. D. Other Assignments 1. Students will be required to actively participate in graded role-play exercises. E. Method of Instruction (MOI) 1. Lecture and/or discussion 2. Break out groups Teach Backs 3. Role-play scenarios F. Method of Evaluation (MOE) 1. Individual and group oral presentations 2. Projects (individual/group) 3. Written Assignments 4. Objective Examinations 5. Problem Solving Exercises 6. Skills Demonstration-Role Play G. Students will display competency in the following areas to earn a certification of completion: 1. Knowledge of applicable laws for search & seizure, powers of arrest, consensual encounters and detentions. 2. Demonstration of professional conduct and ethics in appearance, use of authority, attitude and tactical communication. 3. Effective use of observation skills, interview techniques and documentation of an incident. 4. Respond effectively to a crisis. 5. Recognize early warning signs of a psychological or substance abuse concern in a K-6, and 7-12 grade student, make a proper referral/notification. 6. Collaborate effectively with school staff, local law enforcement and parents to establish safe entry and exit practices for school campus. 7. Use effective methods for diffusing defiant student behavior. 8. Demonstrate effective mediation technique between student and teacher.

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