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SCOPE AND SEQUENCE Curriculum Documents Career and Technical Education Revision Date: AISD Course Title: Criminal Justice II AISD Course #: CT1272 PEIMS #: 13029400 TEA Course Title: Law Enforcement II Grade Level: 11-12 Credits 1.0 Prerequisites: Criminal Justice I Students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare for a career in law enforcement by building upon the concepts established in the Criminal Justice I course. This course includes the ethical and legal responsibilities, operation of police and Description: emergency telecommunication equipment, and courtroom testimony. Students will investigate career opportunities in the law enforcement field. State Textbook: CTE Purchased Textbook: Supplemental and/or Multimedia Materials: Required Training and/or Additional Notes: Scope and Sequence Overview Six Weeks 1: Careers in Law Enforcement Telecommunications Courtroom Procedure Six Weeks 2: Conflict Resolution Crisis Management Victim’s Rights Six Weeks 3: Civil Law and Procedure Texas Alcoholic Beverage Law DUI/DWI laws Six Weeks 4: Crowd Control Use of Force Prisoner Transportation Six Weeks 5: Interview and Interrogation Accident Investigation Emergency Management Six Weeks 6: Explosive Devices National Incident Management System Emerging Technology in Law Enforcement. SCOPE AND SEQUENCE Revision Date: Course Title: AISD Course #: PEIMS #: 1st Six Weeks Academic TEKS/SEs with specifications Instructional Strategies Resources Vocabulary Assessment The student will achieve the academic Lecture Text Technical writing Classroom knowledge and skills required to prepare for 911 activity Videos of police Dispatch discussion postsecondary education and a career in Mock Trial calls Police Codes 911 Activity law enforcement. Pre-trial Mock Trial The student will be able to use writing skills Plea bargain to take effective field notes, and write police Voir Dire incident reports. They student will be able to use mobile and hand-held radio systems. The student can explain the roles of the courtroom work group as well as prepare testimony for court providing factual information. 2nd Six Weeks Academic TEKS/SEs with specifications Instructional Strategies Resources Vocabulary Assessment The student will examine anger Lecture Text Passive Mock Hostage management techniques used in Law Mock Hostage Internet Aggressive Situation Enforcement and will be able to distinguish Situation Video – Hostage Assertive Class discussion between passive, aggressive, and assertive Dynamics Crisis Victim’s resource behaviors. Video - research The student will demonstrate hostage Hate.com assignment negotiations techniques and participate in a scenario as a member of a hostage negotiation team. The student will learn the resources available for victims, and be able to explain the step-by-step procedures for providing appropriate assistance to victims. The student will be able to conduct a preliminary investigation of a hate crime. 3rd Six Weeks Academic TEKS/SEs with specifications Instructional Strategies Resources Vocabulary Assessment The student will recognize techniques used Lecture Text Attachment Class discussion to enforce domestic violence situations and Domestic Internet Garnishment Research activity diffuse a simulated incident. Violence Role play Guest Speaker Claim on Civil Law The student will research civil law Research activity from TABC Delivery procedures. on Civil Law Protective Orders The student will be able to explain alcohol Order of No and beverage laws and procedures Contact controlling illegal sales and consumption. Orders to Pick up Children Alcohol 4th Six Weeks Academic TEKS/SEs with specifications Instructional Strategies Resources Vocabulary Assessment The student will explore laws and Lecture Text Intoxicated Class discussion procedures to enforce violations of driving Crowd control Shoot / Don’t Sobriety Use of Force under the influence. scenario shoot training Horizontal Gaze assignment The student will be able to execute and Shoot / Don’t video Nystagmus interpret tests such as Field Sobriety Tests. Shoot video Lethal The student implements crowd management exercise Force strategies to maintain control over large gatherings. The student will be able to role-play techniques to control crowds. The student will be able to explain the use of force continuum in simulated situations. The student will be able to determine when deadly force is justified. 5th Six Weeks Academic TEKS/SEs with specifications Instructional Strategies Resources Vocabulary Assessment The student will be able to describe the Lecture Text Interview Class discussion procedures to safely search a person prior Prisoner Guest Speaker Interrogation Role Plays to transport. transportation from Arlington Victim The student will demonstrate interviewing scenarios P.D. on accident and interrogation techniques and simulate Interview and investigation. interviews of various types of victims. Interrogation The student will be able to investigate and scenarios document a motor vehicle accident. 6th Six Weeks Academic TEKS/SEs with specifications Instructional Strategies Resources Vocabulary Assessment The student will be able to identify and Lecture Text Primer Class discussion classify hazardous materials and Crisis at Prom Guest Speaker Hazardous Crisis at Prom respond to a situation involving Activity from AFT Targets Activity explosives and other hazards. Mock Crisis Drill Diffuse Mock Drill The student will analyze critical with Exploives infrastructure protection techniques. The student will develop a plan for protecting a potential target. The student will explore new and emerging technologies in law enforcement.
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