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National College Credit Recommendation Service
| Evaluated Learning Experience
Selected Laws Formerly Selected Laws and Procedures; and Consolidated Laws and Procedures
Version 4: 30 hours. Version 5 or 6: 24 hours; (includes 16 hours of instructor-guided self-study). Version 7: 20 hours.
State Police Academy, State Campus, Albany, NY.
Version 4: October 1990 - August 1992. Version 5: September 1992 - December 1995. Version 6: January 1996 - September 2000. Version 7: October 2000 - June 2004.*
Version 4, 5, 6, or 7: Facilitate prosecutions by the proper application of the various regulatory and civil rights laws; recognize the terminology inherent in the various laws; coordinate personal efforts to provide the maximum compliance with the laws; enforce the provisions of the ABC Law, Agriculture and Markets Law, Education Law, and Executive Law; take the proper police action with regard to the laws; appreciate the need for these laws for the protection of the environment in particular and society in general; assure the rights of the accused as provided in the U.S. Constitution.
Version 4: Bail; family court and offenses against the court; conservation law; State and Federal probation; pardon and parole; Federal enforcement agencies; the District Attorney, Public Defender, and County Court Judge; Supreme Court decisions; officer accountability. Version 5, 6, or 7: Bail; family court; conservation law; State and Federal probation; pardon and parole; the District Attorney, Public Defender, and County Court Judge; officer accountability.
Version 4 or 5: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 2 semester hours as an elective in Criminal Law (4/91 revalidation). Version 6 or 7: In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 1 semester hour as an elective in Criminal Law (6/96 revalidation) (10/01 revalidation). *NOTE: Earlier versions of this course, dating from June 1964 to September 1990, have been recommended for credit. Please refer to the 1992 edition for further information. 1. Vehicle and Traffic Law 2. DWI Enforcement/Standardized Field Sobriety Testing 3.