MICHIGAN TRAINING SCHOOL FOR PEACE OFFICERS (EXCERPT)
Act 211 of 1925
28.221 Training school for peace officers; creation, location, subjects.
The department of public safety is hereby authorized to establish and conduct a school for the instruction of law enforcing officers of this state and of the several counties, townships, cities and villages thereof, such school to be known as the Michigan training school for peace officers and to be conducted and the sessions and periods thereof to be held at East Lansing and at such other places in the state as the commissioner of public safety shall designate. Provision shall be made for instruction in the following subjects and such others as the commissioner of public safety shall deem expedient.
(a) Identification of criminals and fingerprinting;
(b) Methods of crime investigation;
(c) Rules of criminal evidence;
(d) Presentation of cases in courts;
(e) Making of complaints and securing of criminal warrants;
(f) Securing and use of search warrants;
(g) Enforcement of general criminal laws;
(h) Small arms instruction;
(i) Regulation of traffic and uniformity in enforcement;
(j) First aid;
(k) Ethics of the police profession;
(l) Courtesy in performance of duty;
(m) Jui Jitsu;
(n) Extent of police authority;
(o) Confessions and statements.
History: 1925, Act 211, Eff. Aug. 27, 1925
CL 1929, 563
Am. 1931, Act 322, Imd. Eff. June 16, 1931
CL 1948, 28.221
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