Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Forensics and Security (532 hours)

This career major prepares students for careers in forensics, security and prisoner detention.  Students learn security fundamentals like executive protection, homeland security, prisoner detention, CLEET unarmed security and National Incident Management Systems (NIMS).  Fitness concepts and defensive tactics are also core to the program.  In addition, students learn about forensic and criminal investigations.  Upon completion of the program, students who meet all additional requirements may earn a CLEET Unarmed Security License.

Criminal Justice (1035 Hours)

This career major is an introduction to the historical background, professional direction, agencies and processes, purposes, functions, ethics, administration, and technical problems of the criminal justice system.  Areas examined are municipal, state, and federal systems.  Students explore criminal investigation, criminalistics, police functions and fundamentals and defensive tactics.  Upon completion of the program, students who meet all additional requirements may earn a CLEET Unarmed Security  License.

Who May Attend:

  • High School Juniors and Seniors
  • 13th Year Returning High School Graduates
  • Adult Learners

What is needed for success in this program:

  • A Positive Attitude
  • Willingness to Learn
  • High Morals and Ethical Code of Personal and Professional Conduct
  • Ability to Recognize and Resolve Problems
  • Willingness and Ability to Work Independently and as a Member of a Team

Time:


2 Sessions:

  • 8:10 - 11:15 a.m.
  • 12:40 - 3:45 p.m.

High School Students may enroll in either session.

Certifications Available:

  • CTTC--Law, Public Safety, Security and Corrections Core, Unarmed Security Guard
  • Law Enforcement I

Career Majors

Criminal Justice Forensics and Security -- 532 hours

Course available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

Tuition cost $1,330 -- Institutional scholarships may be available

Criminal Justice Officer -- 1,035 hours

Course available for High School Juniors, Seniors, and Adults

In-District Tuition Cost $2,587.50 -- Out-of-District Tuition Cost $5,175 -- Institutional scholarships may be available

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For more information, call Sarah Pierce at 580-928-2097, Ext. 312, or email spierce@westtech.edu.