LEO 205 Community Relations for Law Enforcement

An overview of the importance for the individual officer in developing positive police/community relations, to include recognizing cultural differences, the legal and moral obligations of the law enforcement officer's relative to victims, interpersonal communications, crime prevention functions and services available designed for crime prevention programs, the Arizona Victims' Rights Bill, the evolution of policing from traditional methodology, and developing partnerships and problem-solving strategies is stressed. 

2 hours lecture.




Must be 21 years old by Police Academy Graduation. Must meet standards set forth in R13-4-105 of the Arizona Administrative Code. LEO 200 or concurrent enrollment.