Criminal Justice 1 & 2

The Criminal Justice program will focus on basic entry-level skills (using both knowledge/performance objectives) of the basic skills related to crime scene investigation and forensics which is needed to work in a public safety field.

COURSE OVERVIEW:
(DOE COURSE: CRIMINAL JUSTICE II ADVANCED -5824)
  • Participate in specialized hands-on training in law
    enforcement, corrections, and public safety fields based on the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) standards in collaboration with public safety professionals (current & retired)
  • Acquire core skills critical in law enforcement that include, but are not limited to, patrol tactics, criminal and traffic laws, arrest procedures, person searches, and building/vehicle searches
  • Learn essential skills to become an emergency
    dispatcher for an emergency 911 call center, including determining the nature and priority of the emergency call, dispatching the appropriate
    emergency personnel, and providing the caller with instructions on how to treat the patient until help arrives
  • Develop core skills used in crime scene
    investigations including, but not limited to, identifying and securing a crime scene, sketching and documenting a crime scene; collecting and packaging evidence, and categorizing evidence such as fingerprints, tool marks, and DNA
  • Acquire basic skills used in death investigations utilizing human autopsy protocols on a fetal pig. Interact with various law enforcement professionals (current & retired) to gain insight and learn different strategies in the field of criminal investigations
  • Participate in the Indiana County Jail Officer
    Course which covers the legal considerations from intake to release, jail security, medical considerations, suicide prevention, abnormal behavior in inmates, admissions and booking, stress management, as well as the Indiana Department of Corrections policies and procedures and how to maintain appropriate relationships with inmates in jails
CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared to enter into the
    workforce in the county correctional field, emergency 911 dispatch field, or other areas in the law enforcement/crime scene investigation fields

Earn up to 33 college credits and early college certificate
Certifications available
Costs = $100

Criminal Justice

The Criminal Justice program will focus on basic entry-level skills (using both knowledge/performance objectives) of the basic skills related to crime scene investigation and forensics which is needed to work in a public safety field.

COURSE OVERVIEW:
(DOE COURSE: CRIMINAL JUSTICE II ADVANCED -5824)
  • Participate in specialized hands-on training in law enforcement, corrections, and public safety fields based on the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) standards in collaboration with public safety professionals (current & retired)
  • Acquire core skills critical in law enforcement that include, but are not limited to, patrol tactics, criminal and traffic laws, arrest procedures, person searches, and building/vehicle searches
  • Learn essential skills to become an emergency dispatcher for an emergency 911 call center, including determining the nature and priority of the emergency call, dispatching the appropriate emergency personnel, and providing the caller with instructions on how to treat the patient until help arrives
  • Develop core skills used in crime scene investigations including, but not limited to, identifying and securing a crime scene, sketching and documenting a crime scene; collecting and packaging evidence, and categorizing evidence such as fingerprints, tool marks, and DNA
  • Acquire basic skills used in death investigations utilizing human autopsy protocols on a fetal pig. Interact with various law enforcement professionals (current & retired) to gain insight and learn different strategies in the field of criminal investigations
  • Participate in the Indiana County Jail Officer Course which covers the legal considerations from intake to release, jail security, medical considerations, suicide prevention, abnormal behavior in inmates, admissions and booking, stress management, as well as the Indiana Department of Corrections policies and procedures and how to maintain appropriaterelationships with inmates in jails
  • (DOE COURSE: CRIMINAL JUSTICE I-5822)

CAREER FOCUS
  • Students will be prepared to enter into the workforce in the county correctional field, emergency 911 dispatch field, or other areas in the law enforcement/crime scene investigation fields

Earn up to 33 college credits and early college certificate
Certifications available
Costs = $100