Criminal Justice Operations (High School Only)

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  • Provides training as a certified Police Service Aide including an overview of the criminal justice system, criminal law, court systems and trial procedures, the juvenile justice system, the correctional system, patrol procedures, preparing written reports, traffic control, defensive tactics, safety, CPR and first aid, prevention of transmitted diseases including HIV/AIDS and blood borne pathogens. The course will also cover criminal investigation procedures, fingerprinting, forensic photography, crime lab examination, and property control procedures. Discussion will also include services in fire fighting, land, air and water quality, public safety and social services. Students earn Emergency Responder Certification as well as earning Honors Academic credit in this program.

    Registration

    High school student admittance is based on current academic course history,
    grade point average, FSA scores, attendance record and faculty recommendation.

    Criminal Justice Operations Teaches:

    • Criminal Justice Operations 1
    • Criminal Justice Operations 2
    • Criminal Justice Operations 3
    • Criminal Justice Operations 4

    Industry Certifications or Accreditation

    Emergency Medical Responder

     Next Start Date: January 8, 2020

    2019-2020 School Calendar


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