Alternatives to Violent Force
Alternatives to Violent Force is programming offered by the University of Michigan-Dearborn in support of continuing education for members of the public safety community
The Alternatives to Violent Force (AVF) program offers:
- 7 workshops
- 3 hours each
- 21 contact hours
- 20-40 students per session
- A certificate documenting continuing education hours
- Program brochure (pdf)
ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENT FORCE is an offering by the Justice Reform Project and presented by the Office of Community Engaged Learning. The Current Policing Curriculum Series is new programming offered by the University of Michigan-Dearborn in support of continuing education for members of the public safety community.
The Project and the CPCS were developed under the leadership of the Honorable Donald Shelton, a 25 year veteran of the Washtenaw County trial courts and the current Director of the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Criminology & Criminal Justice Program.
For more information about the workshops and series, contact:
The Office of Community Engaged Learning, Mardigian Library, Suite 1100
Dr. Donald Shelton, 313-583-6404