Public Safety Leadership
Attention: This program is offered through an educational partnership. Employment by the partnership organization is required for admission. If you are interested in a career with this employer, click here for current job opportunities.
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Public Safety Leadership program is designed to provide law enforcement persons with the training needed for transition into leadership positions in public safety. Topics covered in the courses include foundational characteristics of great leaders, teams, and organizations. Includes an overview of adult human development, organizational culture, and characteristics of effective teams and their application to the field of public safety. Also covers identification and evaluation of personal leadership style and levels, as well as challenges to effective leadership and team building in public safety. Formal staff study will be completed as part of this program.
This program is offered through an educational partnership. Employment by the partnership organization including law enforcement partnership agencies is required for admission.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.
- Explain the foundational principles of Seven Habits of Highly Successful People and the characteristics of great leaders, great teams, and great organizations. (COV110, COV112)
- Apply strategies for promoting health and wellness. (LET173)
- Model professional identity, presence, and behavior appropriate to the field of public safety. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Demonstrate effective management of the operations and resources of public safety organizations within varied situations and environments. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Seek opportunities for continuing professional development and mentorship that advance the mission and vision of the organization. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Create an environment that supports diversity of perspectives and engagement in constructive criticism. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Use empathy to create and maintain productive workplace relationships and team environments. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Engage in self-reflection to inform decision making. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Apply effective oral and written communication strategies for diverse audiences and situations. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Apply appropriate conflict resolution strategies for a variety of situations. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Apply motivation theories and practices to improve individual, team, and organizational performance. (LET173, LET174, LET175)
- Use a process to develop clear, concise, factual, and defensible documents. (LET173, LET175)
- Demonstrate the qualities of ethical leadership. (LET174, LET175)
- Explain organizational culture and its application to the field of public safety and related governmental agencies. (LET174, LET175)
- Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness in leading people, situations, and organizations. (LET174, LET175)
- Demonstrate a systems-thinking approach to decision making in a complex organizational structure. (LET174, LET175)
- Apply risk management strategies to mitigate liabilities. (LET174, LET175)
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|COV110||The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People||2|
|COV112||Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results||2|
|LET173||Introduction to Leadership in Public Safety||2|
|LET174||Organizational Culture and Leadership||3|
|LET175||Public Safety Leadership Capstone||1|
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