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Advanced Patrol Training – Criminal Offences

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Revision History

Course Title:

Date of Course Design:

Date of Course Launch:

Advanced Patrol Training – Criminal Offences

March 2006

May 2007

Date of Revision:

Name of Person

Responsible for

April 2008

Dan Goodwin

Change(s):

Summary of Change(s):

Maintenance

Updates to some questions and their feedback

Minor spelling and grammar changes

Date of Revision:

Name of Person

April 2010

Toni Mills

Responsible for

Change(s):

Summary of Change(s):

Maintenance

Updates to text, some questions and their feedback based on updates to Criminal Code offences and Federal statutes

New introduction text

Additional scenario

Date of Re-Launch:

Date of Revision:

Name of Person

September 1, 2010

June 2011

Toni Mills

Responsible for

Change(s):

Summary of Change(s):

Maintenance

Updates to text, some questions

Date of Re-Launch:

September 28, 2011

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Course Outline/Calendar Description

Course Title:

Advanced Patrol Training – Criminal Offences

Delivery Method:

Online

Course Description:

Notice: This course is adapted from the Ontario Police College's Advanced Patrol Training

Course. As such, some portions of this course are specific to Ontario jurisdictions.

Interested participants from outside of Ontario are encouraged to contact CPKN for further information.

The Ontario Police College and the Canadian Police Knowledge Network have adapted the

Advanced Patrol Training Course

(APT) program into an e-learning course.

Designed as a refresher-training course for police officers engaged in general patrol duties, this course includes 8 modules covering a variety of topics specific to patrol duty, legal updates, and current patrol issues. Using case scenarios and experiential exercises, the modules contain basic concepts and foundation material relating to officer authorities in these areas. Services who conduct their own APT course may opt to build a customized course by selecting individual modules.

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The Criminal Code is continuously changing. It is imperative that officers be informed of these changes, including the interpretation of federal acts and case law developments. Therefore, this module is designed to update officers regarding the enforcement of some of the changes to the

Criminal Code, that they will likely encounter during the course of their duties.

Course Objective(s):

Given a scenario, identify applicable offence legislation found in the Criminal Code

Evaluation Standard:

Students will complete a final assessment consisting of 16 questions. Students will have two (2) attempts to successfully pass the assessment. Pass criteria is 75%.

Target Audience:

Police Officers

Duration

: ½ hour

Price:

$25.00 plus GST

Prerequisite(s):

None

Language(s):

English

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Content Provider/Subject Matter Expert(s)

Content Provider(s):

Ontario Police College

Subject Matter Expert:

Ontario Police College

Coordinated by APT Team Leaders Cal Bond and Mauro Succi, content for this course has been provided by instructors of the Advanced Patrol Training Unit of the Ontario Police College.

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Course Evaluation Strategy

Evaluation Strategy

This course contains two forms of evaluation—practice activities and a final assessment.

Each practice activity provides the means for the learner to self assess, without scoring or tracking, in order to provide an environment to discover from mistakes and perfect their performance.

The final assessment provides a scorable/trackable function that assesses the learner on their overall knowledge gain. The final assessment serves two functions: it provides the learner with a pragmatic utilization of the knowledge; and provides data to the learner’s organization so that it can provide the learner with additional remediation, or identify areas in the content that require critical attention and improvement.

Criteria Practice Activities

CPKN/Content Provider

Question

Creation

Question Types

Scenario

Varies by lesson

Final Assessment

CPKN/Content Provider

Multiple

True/False

Pool of 17 questions – 17 questions asked on final assessment

Question

Numbers

Feedback

Remediation

Correct/Incorrect Correct/Incorrect

None Completion of final assessment will list areas that require review

None Tracked and scored

Tracking and

Scoring

Number of

Attempts

Passing Criteria

Reporting

Requirements

Question level – 1

Module level – Unlimited

Question level – 1

Final Assessment – 2

N/A 75%

None Completion and scores

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Lesson Outline

Course Title:

Advanced Patrol Training – Criminal Offences

Lesson Title:

Case Studies

Duration:

30 minutes

Lesson Objective(s):

Given a scenario, identify applicable offence legislation found in the Criminal Code

Lesson Topic(s):

Abduction

Fleeing the Police

Prohibition

Parole

Disarming a Peace Officer

Luring

Harassment

Voyeurism

Evaluation Standard:

Practice Activities

Resources Required:

None

Special Notes:

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Lesson Outline

Course Title:

Advanced Patrol Training – Criminal Offences

Lesson Title:

Final Assessment

Duration:

Varies by learner

Lesson Objective(s):

None

Lesson Topic(s):

None

Evaluation Standard:

Final Assessment

Resources Required:

None

Special Notes:

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