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Prepares learners to embrace emergency communications as a profession; describe legal and ethical issues regarding telecommunicator responsibility and accountability; apply enhanced 9-1-1, computer-aided dispatch and map reading techniques; apply proper call-receiving guidelines; demonstrate effective emergency radio communications techniques; interpret police computer information system data; perform telecommunications record-keeping functions; demonstrate effective crisis management skills in techniques to alleviate stress in emergency communications; and perform simulated dispatch functions. Prerequisite: Admission to Corrections & Community Advocacy program 105047


Prerequisite: Admission to Criminal Justice-Studies 105045 or Criminal Justice Corrections & Community Advocacy 105047 programs

Upcoming Schedule:

Fall 2018

Term runs from 08/27/2018 TO 12/19/2018

Class# Start Date End Date Day Class Time Mode Location Credits
63605 10/17/18 12/19/18 W 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM Wisconsin Rapids 2.00
Spring 2019

Term runs from 01/21/2019 TO 05/17/2019

No classes offered during this term.

Summer 2019

Term runs from 06/03/2019 TO 08/02/2019

No classes offered during this term.