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New York City Police Department


 

Organization description
Source of official student records
Titles of all evaluated learning experiences
Descriptions and credit recommendations
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The New York City Police Department, a National CCRS member since 1974, serves the citizens of the five boroughs of the city. It is the nation’s largest police agency, employing approximately 37,000 uniformed members and 15,000 civilian members. Beyond a large patrol force, the Department has many specialized law enforcement units that include the former New York City Transit and Housing Police Departments.

The City Police Academy is responsible for conducting formal training programs within the Department. In addition to its entry-level programs for uniformed and civilian members, the Academy develops and conducts in-service courses in organization, human relations, and management. Specialized training areas include investigation, crime prevention, security, payroll, and time management for both its own personnel and those of other criminal justice agencies. The Academy also evaluates and coordinates decentralized training programs and acts as the liaison between the Department and higher education institutions.  

Source of official student records: Training Records, Police Academy, 235 East 20th St., New York, New York 10003.


Titles of all evaluated learning experiences

Listed below are the titles of all evaluated learning experiences for this organization. Information on the college credit recommendation established for each learning experience can be accessed through the links below:

CIVILIAN TRAINING

Basic Course for Peace Officers Without Firearms
Police Administrative Aide
Principles of Management and Supervision
School Safety Recruit Training

IN-SERVICE TRAINING

Accident Investigation
Advanced Narcotics Investigation Course (HIDTA)
Advanced Narcotics Training Seminar
Applicant Processing Division Seminar
Arson Investigation
Basic Criminal Investigator’s Course
Basic Investigation Seminar
Basic Leadership Course
Basic Management Orientation Course
Basic Management Theory and Techniques
Basic Methods of Internal Investigations
Basic Methods of Security
Basic Spanish for Police Officers
Basic Supervisory Orientation Course
Certified First Responder - Defibrillation (CFR-D)
Criminal Investigation Course
Emergency Medical Technician - Basic
Emergency Medical Technician - Refresher Course
Foundations of Executive Leadership (Credit recommendation pending)
Fundamentals of Auto Theft Investigation
Fundamentals of Motor Vehicle Theft Investigation
Homicide Investigators Course
Homicide Investigations
Intermediate Spanish for Police Officers
Internal Investigators Course
Internal Investigations
Intro to Spanish Language
Methods of Instruction
Robbery Investigations
Science of Fingerprints
Security Course for Crime Prevention Officers
Security Operations
Sergeant's Leadership Course
Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Investigation Course
Sex Crimes Investigations


STUDENT OFFICER TRAINING PROGRAM - July 2007 - Present

  1. Emergency Vehicle Operation
  2. Field Training Program
  3. Physical Education
  4. Police Crisis Intervention
  5. Police Field Problems
  6. Police Investigation and Reporting
  7. Policing a Democracy
  8. Policing Special Populations
  9. Procedural Law
10. Substantive Law
11. Terrorism Awareness and Response

STUDENT OFFICER TRAINING PROGRAM - July 2003 - June 2007

  1. Emergency Vehicle Operation
  2. Field Training Program
  3. Physical Education
  4. Police Crisis Intervention
  5. Police Field Problems
  6. Police Investigation and Reporting
  7. Policing a Democracy
  8. Policing Special Populations
  9. Procedural Law
10. Substantive Law
11. Terrorism Awareness and Response

STUDENT OFFICER TRAINING PROGRAM - Retired Courses

Advanced Recruit Studies: Critical Issues in Law Enforcement
Community Relations for Police Officers
Community Relations for Police
Criminal Investigation
Criminal Law
Field Training Program
Internship in Criminal Justice
Introduction to Law
Introduction to Law Enforcement
Introduction to Law Enforcement-Police Science
Introduction to Social Psychology
Law
Physical Education - Version 1
Physical Education - Version 2 through Version 5
Police Science
Selected Topics in Behavioral Science for Police Officers


Descriptions and credit recommendations

For complete descriptions and credit recommendations, follow the links above.

Last Updated: February 26, 2013