Excelsior College — Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Public Safety
Excelsior College offers everything you want in a criminal justice degree. Important accreditations. Flexibility to work at your own pace, through credit-bearing exams and online courses. And the chance to finish ahead of expectations — transferring credits from prior college, academy and military training. Other concentrations include, Corrections, Law and Society and Administration of Criminal Justice.
During felony arrests, some officers may feel that having the suspect on their knees is a controllable situation.
In today's P1 tactical tip, a member warns of the dangers of placing a suspect into a kneeling position when making high-risk arrests. He offers an alternative that can keep all officers involved safer ...Full Tip
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