Law Enforcement is designed for students who are interested in law enforcement as a career or in one of the many related fields to include juvenile justice, probation and parole, corrections, forensics, federal law enforcement and military police.
The sophomore class will be introduced to several “hands on” practical skills such as handcuffing, baton tactics, finger printing and latent print development. Juniors will concentrate on patrol tactics, criminal law, court procedure and constitutional law. Seniors will concentrate on advanced patrol, criminal investigations, forensics and dispatching.
The 911 dispatching course will offer a national certification upon successful completion of a course study and final examination. If space available, seniors may enroll in the First Responder course through the Firefighting program.