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Law, Public Safety , Corrections & Security



Criminal Justice I is the first level of study of criminal justice careers, prepares students for work-related knowledge and skills for advancement into the second level of criminal justice careers. Course content focuses on areas comprised of planning, managing, and providing judicial, legal, and protective services. The course is an overview of the legal justice system and builds a better understanding of the development of laws on state, federal, and international levels. New technology and career opportunities in criminal justice are an integral part of the course content. Based on the content of the course, the student will test for certification in CardioPulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

 Criminal Justice II will offer an in-depth study of criminal justice careers in which current criminal justice careers issues will be discussed and debated. Local, state, federal, and international laws will be analyzed. Subject matter will include a comparison of the criminal justice careers in the United States with other countries. Students will have opportunities to participate in mock trials and field trips with criminal justice careers emphasis. Course content will introduce new technology, effects of forensic analysis, and career opportunities. The course content will include information for planning, managing, and providing judicial, criminal justices.


In Criminal Justice III, students will apply knowledge gained in Criminal Justice Careers I and II through the use of research exercises. American Psychological Association (APA) research guidelines, a professional standard, will provide the format basis. The course will call upon students to engage in a variety of professionally used information-gathering techniques, including conducting interviews, making observations at courthouses, researching, formulating, and evaluating statistical data through Place-Based Learning. The individual and group activities will help students develop problem-solving and teamwork skills in conjunction with development of academic skills. This program uses as its foundation work-place related experiences, students are expected to travel outside the classroom as part of their research-gathering activities that will provide more context, detail, and real-life activities. This course is designed for seniors in preparation for continuing education in the areas of criminal justice careers.

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People depend on police officers and detectives to protect their lives and property. Law enforcement officers have duties that range from controlling traffic to preventing and investigating crimes. They maintain order; enforce laws and ordinances; issue traffic summonses; investigate accidents; present evidence in court; serve legal documents for the court system; and apprehend, arrest and process prisoners. The growing emphasis on home land security jobs has created an unprecedented demand for law enforcement and security training.

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Security and Protection Services Security and Protection Services
Successful establishment and maintenance of information technology infrastructure is critical to the success of almost every 21st century organization and the security of that infrastructure. Security personnel and technology experts often work in public buildings, factories, laboratories, government buildings, data processing centers, and military bases. These security individuals protect information, products, computer codes, and defense secrets.
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