Racial Sensitivity in Missouri 2019
Racial Sensitivity in Missouri
Law Enforcement Training Institute
115 Business Loop 70 West, Rm 143
Columbia, MO 65211
Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m to 5 p.m*
*Hours may vary due to training schedules
Adam Duncan is the Assistant Director of the University of Missouri's Law Enforcement Training Institute. He has served in various Law Enforcement capacities for 18 years, including the last 6 years as a full-time trainer. He teaches a variety of topics including Use of Force, Human Behavior, Cultural Competency, and Fair and Impartial Policing. His goal is to increase Officer Safety through a better understanding of the dynamics of personal interactions in an enforcement setting.
Travis Witt is the E-Learning Coordinator of the University of Missouri’s Law Enforcement Training Institute. He has served in various law enforcement capacities for 19 years, including the last 3 as an instructor trainer. He teaches a variety of topics including Use of Force, Human Behavior, Cultural Competency, and Communications. His goal is to increase Officer Safety through a better understanding of the dynamics of personal interactions in an enforcement environment. If you have questions related to the material please do not hesitate to contact Travis Witt.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive one (1) hour of continuing education credit in the area of racial profiling training for legal studies. The fee for this course is $15. Payment will be collected during the enrollment process.
Because demographics in the United States are always changing, officers need to be aware of cultural differences to be effective in their line of work. This course will explain the basic requirements of the 590.560 RSMo and explain the basic requirement of 11 CSR 75-15.010 (8) and 590.050.1 RSMo. This course will define racial profiling and briefly discuss the history or how these requirements came about. Recommendations of specific actions that will prevent the illegal uses of racial profiling and the Peelian principles.
All learners will need to complete a demographic survey in the beginning of the training, an evaluation at the end of the training, and email Travis Witt about the completion of the training.
Through out the training, learners will need to watch the required video in full, then move on to completing the quiz over the video.
The course will be completed when learners have completed watching all assignments, submitting all quizzes, and emailing the Travis Witt of your completion of the course materials.
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