This course is open to DCC Criminal Justice Law Enforcement majors pursuing the AAS degree in Criminal Justice (all options) and to those individuals who have been selected, or hope to be selected, as reserve police officers by a law enforcement agency. It is expected all students have the proper foundation of reading, writing, spelling, comprehension, etc. for a college-level course. Students with academic needs should notify the DCC Program Director no later than the end of the first day of class of any special academic accommodations they may require so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
Course Description: This course is intended to provide students with the 88 hours of state-mandated training required to be a reserve police officer in the state of Montana. Students will receive instruction in the following areas as mandated by MCA 7-32-214:
DCC has included additional training hours for review sessions. In addition, each topic has its own set of competencies and learning objectives. These are provided to students as each instructor deems appropriate and within each training/instructional session.
For more information, contact Rick SyWassink, MA, Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Program Director, at 406-377-9432, 406-647-6345, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register, download and complete the registration form, or register online by completing and submitting the form below.
Lodging: If you require overnight lodging, the Astoria Hotel and Suites has reserved a block of rooms for Reserve Officer Training students for the nightly rate of $69 + tax. Call them directly at 406-377-6000 for reservations.