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Phlebotomy for Law Enforcement

Instructor-Led | Certificate40 Course Hours | 8 Weeks


The study of phlebotomy theory and principles for law enforcement by following current best practice standards and legal regulations. Skills include collecting venipuncture blood specimens using standard phlebotomy equipment focusing on safety, infection control, and law enforcement specific considerations. Students are required to complete the online portion of the class with a score ≥80%, perform fifty (50) successful venipuncture blood specimen collections from live subjects, and successfully complete a Final Knowledge Exam and Final Practical Exam.

Structure: 8 weeks online course (Canvas) 24 hours in-person (Yavapai College PV Center - 3800 N. Glassford Hill Rd., Prescott Valley, 86314)

Course Content:

  1. Medical terminology
  2. Legal and ethical law enforcement considerations
  3. Anatomy and physiology related to phlebotomy
  4. Infection control and safety
  5. Venipuncture
  6. Documentation

Learning Outcomes:

  • Define basic terminology related to phlebotomy
  • Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to phlebotomy
  • Describe environmental safety and infection control procedures
  • Describe blood specimen collection handling and chain of custody procedures
  • Identify ethical and legal considerations related to law enforcement phlebotomy
  • Demonstrate safe blood specimen collection

Intended Audience:

Law Enforcement Officers as approved through their local agency and the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety

Contact Information and Questions:

Ashley Picard, Allied Health Program Director Ashley.Picard@yc.edu 928-771-4862 OR MaLinda Wrisk, Allied Health Instructional Support Specialist MaLinda.Wrisk@yc.edu 928-771-6126

Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellations must be approved by the GOHS and received by the Allied Health Department prior to the start of the program for a full refund, otherwise, no refund will be provided. 10 students minimum for course to run.

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