What You’ll Learn
Students will develop an understanding of the criminal justice system by exploring the three components of the system: law enforcement, courts and corrections. During the program, students are exposed to in-demand technical and foundational skills such as ethical responsibility, situational awareness, report writing and field note-taking, courtroom testimony, crime scene management, criminal law and investigation, health and safety, and trends affecting the corrections system.
Students are required to participate in physical fitness each week to prepare for the post-secondary MCOLES certification. Additionally, physical fitness provides students with an opportunity to build intellectual strength. Students develop their own career portfolios throughout the year.
- Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED/First Aid
- Naxalon (narcan) Administration
- Bloodborne Pathogen Safety
Southeast Campus • Angela Haley, Counselor • 248.288.4020 • email@example.com