In the Line of Duty’s Real-World Law Enforcement Course Content Now Available Through Ambassador

Exclusive Partnership Broadens Schools' Access to Specialized Courseware

As Ambassador Education Solutions continues to seek out innovative ways to help schools adopt, manage and deliver the most relevant, stimulating content, the company today announced an exclusive partnership with In the Line of Duty. The collaboration enables high school and college educators, as well as law enforcement trainers, to supplement print and digital course materials with high-impact courseware that educates and prepares individuals pursuing a career in or already engaged in law enforcement.

“Access to specialized, realistic and timely law enforcement content is critical in this high stress, high stakes field,” said Steven M. Blicht, CEO of Ambassador. “For our clients that offer law enforcement and criminal justice courses and programs, In the Line of Duty’s digital courseware is a tremendous asset, adding another dimension of learning and giving students and officers the real-world perspective and insight they need.”

In the Line of Duty is a reality-based courseware tool for educating law enforcement and criminal justice students. Content is the ‘real deal,’ featuring real-world incidents, dashboard footage, interviews with the officers involved, and commentary from advisors on lessons learned. Each topic includes complementary lesson plans, tests to measure student engagement and learning, and certificates of completion.

“Incident-based training is such an important part of the teaching and learning process for anyone pursuing law enforcement and criminal justice,” said Ron Barber, President of In the Line of Duty. “Ambassador presents a great avenue to expand access to our content on a large scale. Its focus on complete course materials management gives us peace-of-mind that schools will be supported and students will learn.”

In the Line of Duty offers instructors free access to its content for evaluation purposes. The videos and learning tools can be used in a variety of ways to complement print, digital and OER content, from online access to being integrated into classroom presentations. Each scenario can spark important dialog, increasing student engagement and interactivity.

Ambassador is the exclusive distributor of In the Line of Duty’s content for schools and law enforcement departments in the United States. Ambassador simplifies the adoption, management and delivery process, helping faculty and trainers evaluate and select the right content; managing access and licenses; and facilitating delivery through an online bookstore, an inclusive access model or another fulfillment channel, such as a hybrid solution. Ambassador brings everything together in a simplified, streamlined and measurable way.

About Ambassador Education Solutions
Ambassador creates and manages customized content integration programs that connect students with course materials in the most meaningful and effective way, driving down costs and improving outcomes. Integrated with leading SIS, LMS, eBook readers, publishers, and Ambassador’s Digital Content Platform, we simplify the adoption, management and delivery of textbooks, eBooks, digital resources, custom courseware content, OER, access codes, online testing, supplies, kits, devices and more. We provide an exceptional student experience, lower your operational and financial risk, and deliver key intelligence to measure and enhance programs. For more information, please visit https://www.ambassadored.com.

About In the Line of Duty
For over 25 years, In the Line of Duty has been producing critical, life-saving, police officer training videos with focus on safety. We are the only reality-based site for training and educating law enforcement officers and criminal justice students. For more information, please visit https://lineofduty.com/.

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Media Contact: Kristi Emerson · 800.431.8913 · kemerson@ambassadored.com

 

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