Law Enforcement

  • Use investigative techniques to “solve” crimes and to mediate and resolve conflicts
  • Develop your mind and body using advanced self-defense tactics and fitness training
  • Research and analyze current trends and issues in civil and criminal law

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?
  1. 911 dispatcher
  2. Armed security
  3. Private investigations
  4. Life guard
  5. United States military
What would I do in this class?
  1. Cuffing/searching/arresting techniques
  2. Radio codes and signals/radio etiquette
  3. Site security management
  4. Target hardening
  5. Emergency Medical Field Response
  6. Water Rescue
  7. Emergency Telecommunications
  8. Weapons training live fire
What can I do with further training?
  1. Police Officer
  2. State Highway Patrol Officer
  3. FBI Agent

Program Quick Facts

Law Enforcement students must be able to:

  • Maintain physical fitness standards
  • Learn mixed martial arts and be willing to demonstrate practical competencies with other students
  • Maintain paramilitary discipline i.e. military drill and ceremony
  • Utilize proper telephone and radio policies, procedures and protocols
  • Take notes from instructor lecture
  • Demonstrate water rescue competencies
 

Uniform requirements

  • Uniforms are to be supplied by the student, but do NOT purchase uniforms until told to do so by the instructor after school starts!
  • Para Military Discipline is a must.
  • Uniforms most days (Golf shirt and BDU pants)
  • Must adhere to uniform codes (shaving and hair discipline)

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