Law Enforcement Training Academy, Certificate of Completion
Certificate of Completion: CCL 5991N
Jonathan Terpay | 480-988-8756 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Law Enforcement Training Academy is designed for students wishing to pursue a career as a law enforcement officer. The student will develop skills in eight functional areas: Introduction to Law Enforcement, Law and Legal Matters, Patrol Procedures, Traffic Control, Crime Scene Management, Community and Police Relations, Report Writing, and Police Proficiency Skills.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
Students must earn a grade of “C” or better for all courses required within the program. Overall program minimum GPA = 2.00.
AJS coursework for this program is taught by instructors who are certified police officers in the State of Arizona as required by the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (AzPOST) Board standards. Any AJS coursework that has already been completed but was not taught by a certified police officer with a recognized academy, will not satisfy the requirements of the certificate. Additionally, this Certificate of Completion (CCL) can be awarded to peace officers who complete the AzPOST waiver (lateral transfers) or to out-of-state academies engaged in an Educational Partnership (ESP) or an Educational Service Agreement (ESA) through one of the offering colleges.
This Certificate of Completion (CCL) is offered as an educational partnership at Rio Salado College. Students are advised to meet with the program director, chair and/or faculty advisor. This Certificate of Completion is offered as a closed academy program at Chandler Gilbert Community College and Glendale Community College. Students at these colleges are advised to meet with the program director, chair and/or faculty advisor.
++ indicates any suffixed course may be selected.
Must meet AzPOST minimum requirements for a law enforcement officer and meet any physical requirements by the Academy Director.
Program Prerequisites: None
|Introduction to Criminal Justice
|Substantive Criminal Law
|Criminal Justice Crime Control Policies and Practices
|Firearms III/Long Weapons
|Rules of Evidence
|Effective Communication and Report Writing in Criminal Justice
|Criminalistics: Physical Evidence
|The Police Function
|Procedural Criminal Law
|Criminal Investigation I
|Courtroom Testimony Seminar