Conflict Management

Course Code: PFP 254

Academic Year: 2023-2024

Students will be introduced to the macro and micro conflicts experienced within various justice and law enforcement settings with an emphasis on the experiences of equity deserving groups who were historically and currently experiencing racism and discrimination in society. Students will analyze the causes and indicators of crisis or conflict situations and propose approaches and interventions to resolve them by acting with empathy, compassion, and humility while applying de-escalation techniques informed by best practices. By emphasizing authentic situations experienced within vulnerable populations to include mental illness and addictions, suicide, domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse, and victims of crime; students will critically examine and analyze relevant information with an open mind and propose solutions that support equity, diversity, inclusion and allyship.