Building a Public Safety UAS Drone Program
CJA 050A - 1.5 Units 8 Weeks
Learn from experts on how to create and implement a public safety UAS drone program for a variety of agencies including:
- Law Enforcement
- Public Utilities
- Fire Services
- First Responders
- Search and Rescue
- Marine Safety / Lifeguard
Topics include development of policy and procedures manual, drone equipment needs, public safety mission sets, tactical deployments, indoor flights, counter drone, thermal and infrared (IR) sensor.
You will learn current drone laws and regulations including FAA Part 107 and Certificate of Authorization (COA).
FAA Part 107 drone pilot license is not required to take this course.
Learn from a public safety drone pilot techniques and tips to fly drones for public safety missions.
Drones Provided in Class
Drones are provided in class.
You do not need to buy a drone to take this class.
This course is designed for beginning and experienced drone users.
View Drones in Public Safety brochure for details.
SAC Faculty Lead for Drones
Contact for any questions about SAC drone courses and programs:
Dori Dumon, Drone Pilot
Assoc. Professor, Business Apps & Technology Dept.
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Information and brochure provided on this page are based on Catalog 2021-22. Previous catalogs are listed on the SAC College Catalogs web page.