This State of Wisconsin jail preparatory training program includes the following topics: Introduction to Corrections, Principles of Subject Control, Maintain Jail Security, Jail Hostage Response, Professional Communication Skills, Ethics and EthicalDecision Making, Admit and Release Inmates, Inmate Supervision and Behavior Control, Supervision of Special Needs Inmates/Crisis Intervention, Prepare Reports, Correctional Law, Jail Health Care, Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation, Jail Fire Safety, Application: Scenarios/Simulations, and Testing/Evaluation. Once learners successfully complete this course and the Basic Jail Academy 1 course, they are eligible for certifiable status by the State of Wisconsin to work in a county jail. This is primarily a lab-based class. Prerequisite: Admission to Corrections and Community Advocacy 105047 program, passing of a background check and medical screening; Corequisite: Basic Jail Academy 1 10504184
Prerequisite: Admission to Corrections and Community Advocacy 105047 program; Corequisite: Basic Jail Academy 1 10504184
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