Criminal Justice This class is considered a high school foreign language of the Penn State HarrisburgCriminal Justice Program in the Federal Bureau of investigation, US Secret http://www.hbg.psu.edu/hbg/programs/bacprogs/CCArtic/crimjus.html
PSH Criminal Justice Applicants must have earned high school diplomas or the of the Capital College CriminalJustice program the Federal Bureau of investigation, US Secret Service http://www.hbg.psu.edu/hbg/programs/undergrad/crimj.html
NCJA Course Offerings criminal investigation Certificate Program A certificate program Suicide Callers;high Risk Apprehensions; Methamphetamine investigation school; Officer Safety http://www.jus.state.nc.us/NCJA/course.htm
Extractions: The Justice Academy attempts to provide a wide range of services to the criminal justice community that are responsive, relevant, and of the highest possible quality. This goal is fulfilled through our course offerings. Each course description will provide answers as to who should attend, course goals, course objectives, methodologies used, course requirements, special concerns, course coordinator, length of course, and course dates If the course has no date listed in the description, it is not being offered during the current calendar period Enrollment in courses is primarily for full-time employees of criminal justice agencies within North Carolina. Training Calendar January - June, 2004 Training Calendar July - December, 2004 How to Register Application ON-LINE COURSES (WEB-BASED AND WEB-BLENDED) Advanced Traffic Crash Investigation - Math Refresher (Web-Based) Aggressive Driving Enforcement (Web-Based At-Scene Traffic Crash Investigation - Math Refresher (Web-Based) Court Officer Seminar (Web-Blended) ... Understanding Conflict At Work (Web-Based) Advanced Survival Skills for Undercover Agents Advanced Traffic Crash Investigation At-Scene Traffic Crash Investigation Basic Anti-Terrorism Awareness Training Basic Computer Skills for Investigators ... Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Refresher Standardized Field Sobriety Testing: Train the Trainer Suicide Investigation Technical Surveillance Traffic Crash Reconstruction ... Criminal Investigation Certificate Program - A certificate program designed to recognize career development efforts.
Criminal Justice FAQ 4 years of one language in high school Complete 3 hours Medical and Legal Aspectsof Death investigation; CJ 600 requirements for your major in criminal justice http://advising.wichita.edu/lasac/cjfaq.html
Extractions: Careers in the criminal justice system include law enforcement, the practice of law, courts and corrections and related local, state and federal agencies. For a listing of career descriptions, see a separate flyer on Careers in Criminal Justice. Additionally, you are encouraged to attend the WSU career fairs in the fall and spring semesters to learn about the opportunities that are available in the field of criminal justice. Do you award academic credit for life or work experience in Criminal Justice? Generally, we do not award academic credit for life or work experience in Criminal Justice. If you wish, you may discuss your particular experience with our academic advisor or program director for guidance in this matter. Can I quiz out of any Criminal Justice classes? You may quiz out of CJ 191Q, Introduction to Criminal Justice for 3 credit hours. The fee for this exam is $15.00 per credit hour. Arrangements must be made with the academic advisor, program director and the Counseling and Testing Center. Are there scholarships available in Criminal Justice?
Drake Law School: Courses C-D to be used in area junior high and high schools. theories of administration of criminallaw differences, and special populations; investigation, prosecution and http://www.law.drake.edu/academics/curriculum/cd.html
Extractions: The legal issues generated by the emergence of cable television as an increasingly dominant force in communications have exploded in the last few years. This course is important to students interested in practicing communications law and who are taking other media law and intellectual property courses. In addition, general practitioners and city attorneys are being drawn into cable law as cable franchises are renewed or legal issues regarding the cable systems arise. The course includes a final examination and some practice-oriented projects.
Extractions: Courses include Introduction to Criminal Justice, Legal Aspects, Patrol Techniques, Defensive Tactics, Physical Fitness Training, Vehicle Operations, Weapons, Investigations, First Responder Techniques, Court System, Communications, Interpersonal Skills and State Exam Review. Practical Skills and Field Exercises: Practical skills and field exercises include courtroom demeanor and testifying, report writing, identification, collection and preservation of evidence, interviewing and interrogation techniques, radio communications, patrol techniques, traffic direction, traffic accident investigations, police vehicle operation, defensive tactics and arrest techniques, firearms training, chemical agent application, first responder, fingerprinting and sobriety testing.
Brush High School - Courses Brush Home. Announcements. Our school. Students. Academics. Student Progress gives the backbone knowledge for the other courses i.e level of crafts at the high school. Students who want http://www.sel.k12.oh.us/brush/academics/courses
Extractions: Full year. 1 credit per year. Single period. Technical Drawing is a study of the communication of ideas through sketches, drawings, charts, graphs and maps. Learning experiences include the development of skills and techniques through the use of drafting instruments involving lettering, geometric construction, orthographic projection, auxiliaries, sections, dimensions, pictorials, and working drawings. Students will be given an introduction into advanced engineering drawing and architectural drawing. This course will appeal to students interested in engineering, industrial design, machine trades, architecture, and all of the building trade. Here's How: Technology In Your Life: (9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade)
Drew Central High School Student Handbook Drew Central high school. Student/Parent Handbook Guidance Department. high school Handbook Policy Committee enroll in college courses and to receive high school credit provided the http://www.drewcentral.org/handbook/2003-04~handbook.htm
Extractions: This handbook is an attempt to answer questions which arise regarding policies of the school. It has a multiple purpose: 1. To aid new students by acquainting them with the entire program of the school. 2. To give a ready source of information for older students and faculty members. It is hoped that pupils, faculty and parents may work effectively to better the school; working to uphold its ideals and traditions. HISTORY OF DREW CENTRAL SCHOOLS Return to Index The Drew Central School District, established in 1927 by the Drew County School Board, was named the A and M Training School #5 because of its affiliation with Arkansas A and M College in Monticello. The purpose of establishing the school was to provide training for teachers. The name of the school was changed to Drew Central School District #5 in 1934 and remained a part of the college until 1936. At this time, the college and the school had grown to the point that the two needed to be separate entities. Other factors, such as a fire that destroyed the school buildings, created necessity for separate institutions. The college leased 20 acres of land to Drew Central for 99 years for the site of the current campus of Drew Central. An additional eleven acres was leased in 1983, making a total of 31 acres at the present time.
CRIM - Criminal Justice Technology ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS high school (or GED Equivalency) Diploma. Course Number,Course Name, LEC, LAB, SWE, SSCH. CRIM 2373, criminal Investigations I, 3, 0,0, 3. http://www.seark.org/academics/crim.php
Extractions: This program is designed to give the student a variety of skills related to the field of Criminal Justice. Students can concentrate on courses relating to Law Enforcement, Corrections, or any combination of electives to fit the student's career needs. This program does not replace the Law Enforcement Correction academies but is designed to enhance the skills of individuals in criminal justice fields or provide academic instruction to those interested in criminal justice. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS High School (or GED Equivalency) Diploma 1st Year, 1st Semester Course Number Course Name LEC LAB SWE SSCH CRIM 1213 Juvenile Delinquency and Justice CRIM 1313 Introduction to Criminal Justice ENGL 1313 English Composition I MATH 1333 College Algebra POLI 2313 American Government 1st Year, 2nd Semester Course Number Course Name LEC LAB SWE SSCH COMP 1123 Introduction to Computers CRIM 1323 CRIM 2313 The Judicial Process ENGL 1323 English Composition II POLI 2323 2nd Year, 1st Semester
Qualification Standards For GS-0083 environments; in performing criminal investigative duties; or school above the highschool level with law and evidence, police investigation, criminology, law http://www.opm.gov/qualifications/SEC-IV/B/GS0000/0083.HTM
Extractions: Individual Occupational Requirements for GS-083: Police Series The text below is extracted verbatim from Section IV-B of the Operating Manual for Qualification Standards for General Schedule Positions (p.IV-B-18), but contains minor edits to conform to web-page requirements. This is an individual qualification standard. EXPERIENCE, EDUCATION, AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS The following table shows the amounts of education and/or experience required to qualify for positions covered by this standard. GRADE EXPERIENCE EDUCATION/TRAINING General Specialized GS-2 3 months None High school graduation or equivalent GS-3 6 months None 1 year above high school GS-4 6 months 6 months 2 years above high school GS-5 None 1 year equivalent to at least GS-4 4 years above high school GS-6 and above None 1 year equivalent to at least next lower grade level None Equivalent combinations of experience and education are qualifying for grade levels for which both education and experience are acceptable. EXPERIENCE General Experience (for positions at GS-4 and below): Qualifying general experience includes experience in administrative, clerical, technical, or military work that involved protecting property, equipment, data, or materials; or that involved making judgments based on the application of directions, rules, regulations, or laws.
Extractions: Free PCDI Career Information Kit Professional Career Development Institute (PCDI) has trained tens of thousands of people people just like you for better careers. Now, it's your turn. Our home study courses are all nationally accredited by the Distance Education and Training Council. Let PCDI help you prepare for a professional career, earn your associate's degree, or get your high school diploma. Please review the list carefully and select ONE program only. Choose From More Than 50 Courses If you're self-motivated, can study independently, and have a strong desire to learn, you'll enjoy our distance learning programs. Current offerings include: Career Diploma Courses . More than 40 career preparation programs, including Medical Transcription, Paralegal Studies, Private Investigation, Veterinary Assisting, Accounting, and more! Associate's Degree Programs . Psychology, Criminal Justice, Early Childhood Education, Business Management, Accounting, Paralegal, Health Care Management, and more! Prerequisite: high school diploma or GED.
Basic Law Enforcement Training Be at least 20 years of age, minimum of a high school diploma or Call the BLET school,Hampstead Campus, at 910270-0657 and criminal Investigations, 32 hours. http://cfcc.net/cat/blet_cat.htm
Extractions: The Basic Law Enforcement Training curriculum Certification Examination mandated by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standard Commission prepares individuals to take the Justice Officers Basic Training Certification Examination mandated by the North Carolina Sheriffs' Education and Training Standards Commission. Successful completion of the curriculum certificate program requires that the student satisfy the minimum requirements for certification by the Criminal Justice Commission and/or the Sheriff's Commission. The student satisfactory completing this program should possess at least the minimum degree of general attributes, knowledge, and skills to function as an inexperienced law enforcement officer. Job opportunities are available with state, county, and municipal governments in North Carolina. In addition, knowledge, skills, and abilities acquired in this course of study qualify one for job opportunities with private enterprises in such areas as industrial, retail, and private security. GENERAL INFORMATION General Information Costs Courses Regulations Prior to acceptance into Cape Fear Community College's Basic Law Enforcement Program you must meet the following criteria: Be at least 20 years of age, minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent
Extractions: Multicultural Education and Native American Studies Standard You will need to apply for an initial license. See information on Initial Licensure or Interim Reciprocal Licensure or Provisional Licensure Requests for initial application packets should be made in writing and accompanied by a twenty-five dollar ($25) initial application packet fee. The application packet includes both application forms and instructions and fingerprint cards and instructions. In order to receive initial licensure, applicants must: successfully complete a state agency approved bachelors level teacher education program. The program must include both a certifiable major or minor (see list on the back of the ND licensure application form) and the professional education sequence well as the general studies. ND requires 26 semester or 40 quarter hours of professional education coursework for secondary and 34 SH or 50 QH for elementary. have at least 2.50 overall grade point average
High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) drugs is increasing among high school and college Wyoming Division of criminal Investigationand Wyoming week Basic Drug Investigations school, Clandestine Lab http://www.whitehousedrugpolicy.gov/hidta/rocky-content.html
Extractions: Rocky Mountain HIDTA Maps: Region Colorado Montana Utah ... Wyoming Mission Statement: The mission of Rocky Mountain HIDTA is to support the national drug control strategy of reducing drug use in this nation. Specifically, Rocky Mountain HIDTA's mission is to facilitate cooperation and coordination among federal, state and local drug enforcement efforts to enhance combating the drug trafficking problem locally, regionally and nationally. This mission is accomplished through joint multi-agency collocated drug task forces sharing information and working cooperatively with other drug enforcement initiatives including interdiction. General Information: Year of Designation: Geographic Area of Responsibility: Colorado: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Douglas, Eagle, El Paso, Garfield, Grand, Jefferson, LaPlata, Larimer, Mesa, Moffat, Pueblo, Routt and Weld counties Montana: Cascade, Flathead, Lewis and Clark, Missoula, and Yellowstone counties Utah: Davis, Salt Lake, Summit, Utah, Washington and Weber counties Wyoming: Albany, Campbell, Laramie, Natrona, Sweetwater and Uinta counties
Aboriginal Policing And Security s licence; Copy of high school transcripts; Personal comprehensive overview of howcriminal investigations are conducted of conducting an investigation, and the http://www.norquest.ab.ca/programs/industry/policing.htm
Extractions: Highlights 100% of our of our 2003 grads were satisfied or very satisfied with our Quality of Instruction and Overall Quality of Education 100% of our 2003 grads said that this program provided them with the skills they required Earn $31,200 to $69,600 per year with a policing agency There are bursaries available for Students with Financial Needs Select a Program View... Back to Main Programs View... Programs by Length Programs for Newcomers Aboriginal Programs Distance Programs Aboriginal Policing and Security For Information: 427-8227 or To Register: T he Aboriginal Policing and Security certificate program is a 10-month integrated training program that can lead directly to recruitment or employment in the following jobs: Career Potential Graduates have excellent career potential in a variety of related fields. This program is designed to help students meet the entrance requirements for Alberta policing agencies and for federal agencies such as the RCMP and Correctional Service of Canada.
Criminal Justice Technology Required concentration courses CRJ, 101, Introduction to criminal Justice,3.0. CRJ, 230, criminal investigation I or Elective (Choose from list)***, 3.0. http://www.greenvilletech.com/Academics/criminal_justice.html
Extractions: Law enforcement agencies, corrections, detention centers, private investigation and corporate and industrial security, rehabilitation and juvenile justice agencies This program is both theoretical and practical and covers all areas of the criminal justice profession. The Criminal Justice Technology program is designed to provide students who wish to pursue four-year degrees in Criminal Justice with the necessary prerequisites. These students may take a higher concentration of general education courses. Training certificates in special content areas are available in forensics, corrections and law enforcement. Transfer agreements with local universities make it possible to get an associate degree from Greenville Tech as part of work toward a bachelor's degree from an articulating college or university. Currently transfer agreements are in place with Lander University and USC-Spartanburg. In addition, a transfer agreement is in place with Franklin University where a bachelor's degree may be earned online. To graduate with an associate degree, candidates must meet the computer competency requirement by either taking CPT 101 or EGR 130 or by passing the exemption exam at a cost to be assessed by the college.
Electives in situations dealing with criminal justice and criminal investigations. This courseis teamtaught with psc 207 and must have 4 years of high school Spanish or http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~fll/Electives.htm
Online Undergraduate Catalog of C or better in high school chemistry, physics declare a major in forensic investigationduring their prerequisite general education and criminal justice core http://www.mountainstate.edu/majors/onlinecatalogs/undergrad/programs/Forenscien
Extractions: The degree program comprises three components totaling 129 credit hours: 36 hours of general education courses, 30 hours of criminal justice core courses, and 63 hours of forensics. After formal admission to the program, which follows completion of at least 66 hours of prerequisites, students complete the curriculum in two calendar years of study. General Education The 36-hour general education component must be fulfilled with the following courses: BIOL 100 Biology for Non-science majors CHEM 100 Basic Chemistry COMM 204 Intro to Speech Communication or ENGL 220 Technical Writing ENGL 101 English Composition I ENGL 102 English Composition II MATH 106 Logic and Critical Thinking POLI 201 American Federal Government PSYC 201 Principles of Psychology I Computer elective Humanities electives Social science elective Students who had grades of C or better in high school chemistry, physics, or biology should take higher-level courses in those areas to fulfill their general education requirement. Criminal Justice Core The following courses make up the 30-hour criminal justice core: CRJS 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRJS 200 Report Writing and Presenting CRJS 230 American Court System CRJS 300 Criminology CRJS 330 Criminal Law CRJS 331 Criminal Procedure CRJS 360 Management of CJ Orgs CRJS 400 Ethics in Criminal Justice CRJS 401 Research in Criminal Justice CRJS 430 Constitutional Law