Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice News
Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice News | Posted MAR 13 2012
Prerequisite: Word processing helpful, criminal background and drug/alcohol
screening might be required.
Dual Credit Criminal Justice Program--Attend college in the afternoons and earn college credit at Waubonsee Community College.
Programs in Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice are designed to prepare people for careers in federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, in correctional agencies and institutions, and in private security agencies. Students will be introduced to the criminal justice system, local, state and federal agencies and their jurisdiction responsibilities. Communication skills, observation, reporting and record keeping as they pertain to law enforcement will be studied. Students will also be introduced to patrolling and field operations. Students will be involved in interviewing techniques, preliminary investigations, police security, pursuit and arrest. Students will be introduced to additional training for people already involved in law enforcement administration, correctional administration, forensic science, and security management. Students study the roles and activities of people with regard to maintaining law and order, providing services, protecting lives and property, and conducting administration, planning and research. Students may participate in off-campus activities such as demonstrations, tours and internships. Students must provide their own transportation to Waubonsee Community College.
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