Provides students the opportunity to . . . • become professionally involved as a member to explore future career opportunities in the law enforcement field. • demonstrate attributes of courage, honesty, dedication, and service. • assist law enforcement and community organizations with the LEP training expertise learned. Career Opportunities . . . Cadets should be prepared to assume entry-level positions in the following law clusters: Law Enforcement Officers Corrections Officers Security Officers Military Law Enforcement Officers College Degree in Law Enforcement Course Topics . . .Topics: Report writing, stress management, judicial systems, criminal, juvenile and tort law, ethics, public relations, accident investigation, traffic laws and functions, liquor laws, radar operation and other topics of investigation. • Advanced criminal justice training topics: Criminal Investigations, Case Preparation, Identification of Suspects, Handling Physical Evidence Handling Crimes Against People & Property, Motor Vehicle Thefts, Identification & Handling of Drugs, Arson Investigation, Injury, Death & Abuse Cases, Courtroom Testimony & Demeanor, Traffic Control & Accident Investigation, Polygraph, Photography, Corrections, Resume Preparation & Formal Interviewing Techniques
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Students enrolling in LEP Program should . . . • have good grades • be able to do physical training • be able to learn marching drill & ceremony • want to develop leadership skills • be honest, loyal, and service-oriented • demonstrate good attendance - no detentions • be self-disciplined • display common sense • maintain good decision making skills • have basic computer and data entry skills • be even-tempered, not prone to violent or aggressive behavior • demonstrate good personal hygiene • have the ability to work with supervision in a team setting • have basic Algebra, and Science skills • plan on attending college full time or going into the U.S. Armed Services at the conclusion of this program
Partnership Programs CMCC 6+ Credits, Andover College 6 Credits, Husson College 6-9 Credits, SMCC 3 Credits
Students are required to purchase a uniform for $160.00
High school credits awarded for successful completion of program.
Junior year - 3 blocks / alternating days - 36 weeks - 3 credits
Senior year - 3 blocks / alternating days - 36 weeks - 3 credits
This course meets from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm.
This course is held in room V225.