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- Audio Visual Communications
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- Computer Information Technology
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Law Enforcement / Police Scienc
The basic training curriculum for entry level Law Enforcement Officers is structured to accomplish a number of Law Enforcement training objectives. First and foremost, this training should provide Law Enforcement students with the technical proficiency needed in the performance of their duties. This curriculum stresses the integration of job centered skills, knowledge, roles and tasks, with an understanding of the human interaction context within which Law Enforcement actions are taken. It builds upon the task analysis and training needs assessments.
During the 3 year educational process, the student will be exposed to various hands on training. This includes: operating a police vehicle; firearms; fingerprinting; accident/crime scene equipment; handcuffing; photographing, etc. In addition, studies include several community projects, intern-ships and educational field trips.
- American Red Cross First Responder First Aid
- Professional Rescuer CPR/AED
Articulation agreements have been developed with LCCC, Lackawanna College, and Kings College, which will provide college credits and advanced placement opportunities for student?s entering their Criminal Justice Programs. This curriculum is designed for application for the roles and functions of a Law Enforcement Officer, and provides training for entry level Law Enforcement/Police Science Personnel.
Some occupations available after further training include:
- Police: Federal, State, County, Local and Military
- Game Commission
- Arson Investigator
- US Marshall
"I have been in Law Enforcement for 3 years. My experiences have been both educational & fun. I have been trained to serve and protect. I also have been certified in First Aid and CPR/AED. This program encouraged me to further my education, and I have received a scholarship to attend the Criminal Justice program at Ohio Valley University."
"In 3 years, I have learned everything I need to know to work in Law Enforcement, from conducting investigations to booking an accused. This knowledge will assist me in college and my future."