Extractions: Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation The POST Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation (ICI) is designed to improve the effectiveness of individual investigators through training. The ICI is structured to include a Core Course, eleven Foundation Specialty Courses, and related electives. The Core Course includes instruction in tasks performed by all investigators, regardless of assignment, while Foundation Specialty Courses include instruction on the different specialty assignments that detectives find themselves. Electives provide instruction which support the specialty chosen. The ICI program will be informative to all investigators regardless of experience level. All ICI courses use the adult experience-based techniques of learning. Participants rely on their experience and the experience of others for learning. Learners are challenged through the use of realistic and practical applications. Even the most experienced investigators can learn from their association with others in the class. ICI courses are open to all full-time investigators or qualified uniformed officers with one year experience conducting follow-up investigations. ICI only requires a firm commitment from both students and their respective agencies that all courses will be completed.
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Extractions: Newberry High School The Criminal Justice Technology Program, located at Newberry High School, is a magnet program for Alachua County. Criminal Justice Technology is designed to be a first step in preparing students for a wide variety of careers in the criminal justice field. Students successfully completing the program will receive a high school diploma and will be prepared for entry into either a community college or university. The Criminal Justice Technology Program at Newberry High School is taught in partnership with the Criminal Justice Program at Santa Fe Community College. An articulation agreement between the two institutions enables students who complete the Criminal Justice Technology Program at the high school to enter the Criminal Justice Program at the community college and have certain required courses waived. Students completing the program at Santa Fe Community College will be prepared to enter the police academy, a university, or a career in the field of criminal justice. Students in the Criminal Justice Technology Program will take all normal course requirements for graduation as well as special courses dealing with government, law, and law enforcement. Students will have contact with personnel from the Alachua County Sheriff's Office and the local court system. In addition to classroom work, students will receive practical experience through participation in an Alachua County Sheriff's Explorer's Club.
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Extractions: The purpose of this transfer guide is to show students that their entire Associate of Art (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.) degree with a major in Criminal Justice will transfer to UH/D. There is no need to leave your program before completion for fear of losing hours . All you need to do is pay attention to the materials presented below in order to transfer all of your credit hours. This process is mandated by the Texas Legislature to insure the transferability of your hours. Many students do not know into which Associate degree program they are enrolled. The college transfer degrees are the Associate of Arts (A.A.) or the Associate of Science (A.S.). Non-college transfer degrees include the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree and certificate programs. If you don't know which one you are in, then find out. The particular program you are in can make a big difference in the transferability of your hours to a four-year school.
Extractions: Train at home for an exciting career as a Private Investigator. Learn the tricks of the trade from experts. Work for an established agency or open one of your own. Your complete program includes details on surveillance, corporate espionage, firearm usage and safety, undercover investigations, and much more. Books, lessons, learning aids, and special supplements included at no additional cost. Education Direct is fully accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC), Washington, D.C. Education Direct has also been reviewed and approved as an Authorized Provider of continuing education and training programs by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET). This means students can earn CEUs (Continuing Education Units) for Education Direct courses completed.
Extractions: Social Sciences Criminal Justice The Criminal Justice program at Holy Family is designed to prepare students for careers in all phases of the field, including law enforcement, investigation, corrections and probation and parole. Graduates are currently working with agencies at the local, state and federal level. A strong internship program gives students vital hands-on experience to supplement classroom learning. Students are exposed to professionals in the field through classes and seminars as well as field placements. Some students elect to continue their education in graduate and professional schools including law school. Course Highlights To prepare students for working in the various branches of the justice system, including law enforcement or police work; the courts or legal system; corrections, probation and parole; and services to offenders, potential offenders, and their families. To enable students to deal with both the theoretical and pragmatic aspects of justice.
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Extractions: Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (COLES) approved pre-service police training academy. Law enforcement personel are responsible for conscientiously and ethically preserving order in a community. They resolve conflict, provide emergency services, identify criminal activity and offenders, investigate traffic violations and accidents, and protect constitutional guarantees in a culturally and economically diverse society. Graduates who successfully complete the state certification examination and obtain employment with a police agency within established time lines will become certified police officers. This curriculum leads to an Associate in Applied Science and is designed for career entry and/or advancement. Recommended high school units of study are shown at the end of this catalog. xx Pre-service Police Academy Program Requirements Students who wish to become state certified police officers must complete an application procedure with the Criminal Justice department within the first week of their first pre-service police academy tracking course . This procedure includes a complete medical examination and background investigation. Police Academy students are required to purchase certain items, such as uniform, gym clothing, and ball caps. They must adhere to rules of behavior above and beyond the student code and achieve state-mandated attendance and grade requirements.
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Extractions: The online criminal justice degree program includes instruction in criminal law procedure, policing, investigation, corrections, juvenile justice, domestic violence, and more. The courses are highly focused and in depth, designed to teach you the social, legal, and ethical issues relevant to the criminal justice profession today. In the online criminal justice degree program you will also learn about incarceration and the penal system, parole and probation, report writing, and much more.
Extractions: Place Related Links Here Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice Degree Requirements The Criminal Justice curriculum leads to a bachelor of arts degree and requires a minimum of 120 credits. To earn the degree, students must complete all of the degree requirements of the University described in the Degree Requirements section of the Undergraduate Catalog The program for Criminal Justice consists of 30 credits of 3000/4000-level course work. Students who begin FAU as freshmen are required to take CCJ 2002 as a prerequisite to 3000/4000-level criminal justice courses. In this case, CCJ 2002 will apply toward the 30-credit requirement. The remaining 30 credits may be taken from electives throughout the various colleges in the University. No more than 42 credits in the major may be counted toward the degree. Additionally, the last 30 upper division credits (3000/4000-level courses) must be earned in residence at FAU. To earn a bachelor of arts degree from a state university in Florida, students must demonstrate proficiency in a foreign language at the college level. Earning college credit at the Language II level (courses such as FRE 1121 or SPN 1121) satisfies this mandate. Students meeting the FAU foreign language admission requirement with two years of high school language have not satisfied the graduation requirement. Students must demonstrate additional proficiency either by earning Language II-level college credit or by satisfying the requirement through other means, such as the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam.
Extractions: Transfer Course Equivalencies Updated May 2004 Following is a list of current course equivalents between Western Nebraska Community College and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln; credit at NU is stated in semester hours. If a specific UNL course equivalent has not been identified, other notations are used. GNCR; course transfers as UNL general hours HSCR; course is high school or remedial level; hours and course do not transfer Contact your NU college to determine whether a course will be applicable to your intended major. While every effort is made to keep this list up to date, courses may be added or deleted at any time. Courses not listed may also be transferable and degree applicable. Equivalencies are date-specific and dependent upon when the course was taken. Equivalencies no longer in effect are not included in the list, but will be included in NU's evaluation of transfer credit if taken during the period the equivalency was in effect. In some cases, two or more transfer courses may be needed to achieve the equivalent of a UNL course. For an official evaluation of transfer credits, students are encouraged to apply for admission to NU, and submit complete high school and post-secondary transcripts. Begin your search for courses by selecting one of Western Nebraska Community College's subject abbreviations:
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Extractions: Photo caption below "Introduction to Forensic Science," to be offered for the first time this fall, will introduce students to the subject with topics ranging from forensic crime scene techniques, firearms, entomology, blood chemistry, pathology, toxicology, anthropology, botany, trace evidence, court room involvement and new trends in forensic investigations. In addition, students will have opportunities to meet with professionals in the field, including crime laboratory investigators from local, state and federal agencies, and to review cases solved by professional crime scene investigators. The course, offered jointly by Purdue's School of Health Sciences and Department of Entomology, is the first of a three-course program designed to give students a comprehensive overview of the field. Designed by Ralph Williams, professor of entomology, and David Tate, director of clinical and continuing education in Purdue's School of Health Sciences, the course aims to satisfy students' curiosity about crime investigations while providing information on the real-life science and technology used to solve crimes. "With the popularity of such TV shows as 'CSI,' 'The New Detectives Series,' and 'Justice Files,' students have shown great interest in getting information on the topic of forensic science," Tate says. "We wanted to respond to students' needs and interests, and at the same time expose students to the varied, and sometimes rigorous, science used behind the scenes."
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Extractions: @import url(/styles/structure.css); SUU Home A-Z Index Contact Info Search ... Registration Summer Courses by Subject Index Art Biology Business / Econ / Finance Chemistry ... Sociology Summer Course Types Undergraduate Courses Concurrent / High School Specialty Courses Graduate Courses ... Summer Special Promotions Collaborative Criminal Justice Associate Degree Will it show up on your next background check? The Utah Collaborative Criminal Justice Associate Degree is a degree presented through the coordinated effort of seven of Utah's institutions of higher education, including Southern Utah University. To participate in the degree program with SUU as your home institution, you must be admitted to SUU, following the normal admission process. You may learn more about the admission process by visiting the Admissions website at www.suu.edu/ss/admissions . Once you are admitted, you may register for the CJ courses via the Internet, by phone, or in person. The courses are to be taken during the regular academic semester. All of the CJ courses are taken via the Internet without the concern of rigid class schedules. Although the courses are offered by any one of the seven institutions, all of your business is conducted through your home institution. You register, pay tuition, and receive your degree from your home institution.
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Extractions: Criminal Justice - Rockville The curriculum is designed to prepare students for careers in the criminal justice system and for transfer to four-year colleges and universities. A strong academic core forms the basis of a liberal arts education and, combined with specialized career courses, offers the graduate the alternatives of entering the field or continuing in an institution of higher learning. The curriculum is offered for those employed in the criminal justice field as well as for high school graduates pursuing careers in local, state, federal or private agencies in the field. Depending on career goals and interests, students are encouraged to seek assistance from criminal justice faculty in making course selections. Completion of all curriculum requirements will lead to the award of the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) FACULTY COURSES Dr. Sonya Chiles
Extractions: Singapore Singapore In 1989 Singapore's police force had 7,000 constables and inspectors, 3,000 national service conscripts, and 2,000 volunteers. The commissioner of police was responsible for law enforcement in all civil jurisdictions of the country. He was assisted by deputy commissioners for administration, civil defense, operations, and planning (see fig. 16 The three other deputy commissioners were responsible for administration, planning, and civil defense. The deputy commissioner for administration managed recruitment, training, and logistics and was responsible for the National Police Cadet Corps, a student organization that in the late 1980s had more than 20,000 members and units in 129 secondary schools located throughout Singapore. The deputy commissioner for planning was responsible for research and force development and proposed plans for the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment and the introduction of new law enforcement tactics to improve the efficiency of the police force. The deputy commissioner for civil defense was in charge of civil defense planning and civil defense organizations (see Civil Defense , this ch.).
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