Law Enforcement students learned how to use a taser this week! Each student also had the option to get tased as well. It’s an important lesson before they enter the career field. It shows them what it’s like to be on the receiving end of a taser, something they should know before using it on duty. Check out the video of students experiencing the taser on our Instagram Reels, TikTok or YouTube channel! ... See MoreSee Less
Again: I volunteer the entire CLC English department to get tazed this year by law enforcement students; we are already the largest, most powerful crew in all of Minn State, and this will make us even more mythological. I also am throwing down this challenge to all other CLC departments on the liberal arts campus. Where do you land on this Nick Heisserer?
How about the skills director first teach them how to throw away a condom after having sex with married people in the jail and how to tell the truth after being caught? What the public shrugs off never ceases to amaze me.
Law Enforcement students learned how to preform field sobriety tests this week. It’s called a wet lab. Volunteers drink alcohol over a several hour time span, and students practice looking for signs of impairment. CLC is one of very few colleges in the state that offers Toward Zero Death certification in class. That means they don’t need that training once they get into the car#lawrnforcementw#policem#trainingc#TZDr#communitycollegeunitycollege ... See MoreSee Less