Fresno City College | Police Academy | Robert Presley Institute Of Criminal Inve The POST Robert Presley Institute of criminal investigation (ICI) is designed to improve the effectiveness of individual investigators through training. The ICI is structured to include a Core Course, eleven Foundation Specialty courses, and related 18 and have a high school diploma or GED certificate, http://www.fresnocitycollege.com/policeacademy/criminalinves.html
Extractions: Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation The POST Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation (ICI) is designed to improve the effectiveness of individual investigators through training. The ICI is structured to include a Core Course, eleven Foundation Specialty Courses, and related electives. The Core Course includes instruction in tasks performed by all investigators, regardless of assignment, while Foundation Specialty Courses include instruction on the different specialty assignments that detectives find themselves. Electives provide instruction which support the specialty chosen. The ICI program will be informative to all investigators regardless of experience level. All ICI courses use the adult experience-based techniques of learning. Participants rely on their experience and the experience of others for learning. Learners are challenged through the use of realistic and practical applications. Even the most experienced investigators can learn from their association with others in the class. ICI courses are open to all full-time investigators or qualified uniformed officers with one year experience conducting follow-up investigations. ICI only requires a firm commitment from both students and their respective agencies that all courses will be completed.
High School Academies: Legal Studies Academy First Colonial high school Legal Studies Academy THE FIRST COLONIAL LEGAL STUDIES ACADEMY Welcome to all students who have a deep interest in and curiosity about the law, lawrelated fields, and legal and ethical issues. law career with courses centered on occupational criminal investigation. Patent Law. Elder Law. Pleadings and Practices. Eligibility. The First Colonial high school http://www.vbcps.com/FC_LS.html
Extractions: Welcome to all students who have a deep interest in and curiosity about the law, law-related fields, and legal and ethical issues. The First Colonial Legal Studies Academy functions as a school-within-a-school to offer students the opportunity to embrace not only an academic curriculum that will fully prepare them for post-secondary education but will also allow them career exploration within the area of legal studies. Students enrolled in the Legal Studies Academy will receive a solid foundation in core subjects as well as practice and experience in a worksite learning component. Students may earn either a Standard Diploma or an Advanced Studies Diploma based on the options available in the various curricula. The Law component is divided into two academic strands of Pre-Law and Administration of Law. Pre-Law offers students the opportunity to explore a law career with courses centered on occupational options open to lawyers. The Administration of Law strand provides students the coursework needed to pursue varied options within the field of law such as legal secretary, paralegal, and court reporter.
Stanford Law School - Office Of Admissions criminal Procedure; criminal Adjudication; criminal investigation; criminal Justice teachingand writing about criminal law. and Contrac Go highTech; Protection http://lawschool.stanford.edu/admissions/courses.shtml
Extractions: The autumn term contains five required courses, one of which is taught in a small section of about 30 people. In the spring, students take three required courses plus two to four electives designed to broaden their view of the law and to lay the foundations for the advanced curriculum. First-year requirements are as follows: Autumn: Spring: In Legal Research and Writing, a year-long course, students work under the close supervision of a legal research and writing instructor and a law librarian, learning the essential skills of legal library research, writing legal memoranda, drafting documents, preparing a persuasive brief, and orally arguing before a moot court, in the context of trying to solve a client's legal problem.
Extractions: EDUCATION SERVICE DELIVERY This chapter reviews Riviera Independent School District's (Riviera ISD) educational service delivery and performance in four key areas: D. CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION The Texas Education Code requires school districts to provide a curriculum that affords each student the opportunity to "master the basic skills and knowledge necessary for managing the dual roles of family member and wage earner and gaining entry-level employment in a high-skill, high-wage job or continuing the student's education at the post secondary level." A TEA rule requires school districts to offer Career and Technology Education (CATE) courses selected from three of eight career and technology education areas: agricultural science and technology, business education, health science technology, home economics, industrial technology, marketing, trade and industrial and career orientation. Riviera ISD offers CATE programs in four of the TEA's eight required areas: web mastering, desktop publishing, agriculture and homemaking. FINDING Riviera ISD provides opportunities to its high school students to take college classes and receive college credit. Riviera ISD entered into an articulation agreement with Coastal Bend and Del Mar community colleges so that the students can take college level classes and receive college credit while completing high school requirements. In the 1999-2000 school year, 172 students enrolled in dual credit classes.
Extractions: Criminalistics is the application of scientific methodologies to legal matters. Criminalists are laboratory scientists who are primarily concerned with characterizing trace evidence associated with a crime. Analytical results are often given as evidence in a Court of Law. The trace evidence may include: flammable substances and explosives; fire debris, gunshot residues bodily fluids, plastics, metals, glasses, hair, fibers, vegetation, paint, and over-the-counter, prescription, and illicit drugs. Criminalists may also be called upon to analyze firearm and ballistic characteristics; documents; imprints; computer files; and voice patterns. A criminalist with a degree based in chemistry represents one of the most sought-after backgrounds in criminalistics. Our curriculum prepares students with hands-on experience involving the fundamental techniques and instrumentation of a modern crime laboratory. This experience includes 1) the chromatographic techniques used in drug and arson residue analysis, 2) trace analysis using a variety of techniques with a large variety of sample matrices, and 3) genetic analysis using electrophoretic techniques. Criminalistics; Why UW-Platteville
Public Safety Certificate the community and the police, criminal investigation techniques, and Persons who havea high school diploma or have All courses must be completed with a grade http://www.iusb.edu/~spea/publicsafetycert.htm
Extractions: Students participate in the curriculum for the Public Service Certificate to gain further understanding of how policing and public safety organizations operate. The program is also designed to familiarize the student with the interactions between the community and the police, criminal investigation techniques, and assists in developing writing and speaking skills. Why consider a Public Safety Certificate? Who is eligible to enroll for a Public Safety Certificate? What are the certificate requirements? Where are the courses available?
Fox Valley Technical College Helpful high school courses. Occupational courses (32 Credits). No. 504148+,Loss Prevention, Principles of, 3. 504-112+, criminal investigation 1, 3. http://www.fvtc.edu/tp2.asp?ID=Associate Degrees&pix=043
Other Courses training associated with the detection of criminal activity which Bomb Threat AndPost Blast investigation, long ago, bomb threats were high school pranks to http://www.missouri.edu/~letiwww/other.htm
Extractions: Training Institute The Law Enforcement Training Institute has a wide variety of seminar offerings. Below is a list of some, but if you don't see what you are looking for, please give us a call and we'll see if we can accommodate you. Cult/Satanic Crimes This seminar will give an introduction to the Occult, legal aspects of satanic worship, who's who, different religions and when they cross the line and become illegal. Undercover Drug Investigations This course will cover serious concerns in regard to who should be assigned to undercover work, how to develop and maintain a cover story, and how to keep the assignment under control. Introduction to Microsoft Powerpoint 2000 Discover how to create and enhance effective graphic presentations with Microsoft PowerPoint 2000! Understand how to create a presentation, add multi-level bullet entries, and import clipart to add impact to your slides. Homicide Investigation It is commonly thought that only those who are assigned to homicide investigations will need specific training. Homicide investigation is often seen as being highly specialized, and therefore not necessary for most officers.
Extractions: Fitzgibbons Hall Room 010, 629-7342 The Criminal Justice Major is designed to prepare students for careers in the criminal and juvenile justice systems. Students could, after meeting Civil Service Requirements, enter law enforcement, investigation, crime prevention, and corrections on the federal, state, county, or local levels. There are also opportunities for employment in private organizations. This program meets the needs of students who plan to work immediately after completing their associate degree, transfer for further education, or for in-service students to up-date their knowledge and skills. Courses are offered on a full or part time basis to aid students in becoming effective and knowledgeable justice system personnel. The Criminal Justice Program has formal transfer agreements with Eastern Kentucky University, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Russell Sage College, SUNY at Plattsburgh and University at Albany, as well as informal agreements with several baccalaureate programs throughout New York State.
Extractions: AJ 10 Introduction to the Administration of Justice The history and philosophy of justice as it evolved throughout the world; in-depth study of the American system and various sub-systems; roles and role expectations of criminal justice agents in their interrelationships in society; concepts of crime causations, punishments and rehabilitation; ethics, education and training for professionalism in the social system. CAN: AJ 2 Units: Hours: 3 Lecture Advisory: Eligible for English 250 and English 260. Transferable: CSU; UC AJ 12 Criminal Procedures Legal processes from pre-arrest, arrest through trial, sentencing and correctional procedures; a review of the history of case and common law; conceptual interpretations of law as reflected in court decisions; a study of case law methodology and case research as the decisions impact upon the procedures of the justice system. Units: Hours: 3 Lecture Advisory: Eligible for English 250 and English 260.
ACC Course Schedule 2003 Scheduleclassroom courses distance learning courses to students currently attendingWimberley high school. Johnson CRIJ 2314 criminal investigation R 24 http://www3.austincc.edu/schedule/s203s/printweb/CRJU-print.htm
Case Law School The Academic Program Here is a list of courses offered in Clinic Immigration Law II high Technology Workers FirstAmendment Complex Federal criminal investigation and Prosecution http://lawwww.cwru.edu/academic/
SVCC: Academics: Online Education CJS 130 criminal investigation, Sam Braddock, Fall, Spring CJS 200 - Ethics incriminal Justice, Sam Four years college prep high school courses or grade of C http://www.svcc.cc.il.us/academics/onlineedu.html
Extractions: Prerequisite: Suitable scores on the current English placement test, or a grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100 or its equivalent, or an ACT English score of 18 or higher. Fall GOV 163 - American Politics and Government Paul Edleman Fall, Spring, Summer HIS 222 - American History Since 1865 Patrick Kennedy Fall, Spring HUM 210 - Introduction to the Humanities G. Reyes Fall, Spring, Summer PSY 100 - Orientation Dick Holtam Fall PSY 103 - Introduction to Psychology Fred Nesbit Fall, Spring SOC 111 - Introduction to Sociology James Wright Fall, Spring, Summer
Distance Learning have Internet access in order to take online courses. tools and scientific aids usedin criminal investigation. have either never had a high school or college http://idl.nr.vccs.edu/idl/courses/online.htm
Extractions: Presents accounting principles and their application to various businesses. Covers income determination, asset valuation, and financial reporting. Studies services, merchandising, and manufacturing operation, including internal controls, analysis of financial statements, cost accounting systems, and managerial concepts.
Criminal Justice in the criminal justice field as well as for high school graduates pursuing courses. CJ111 Introduction to Law Enforcement CJ 211 criminal investigation CJ 215 http://www.montgomerycollege.org/Departments/soancj/Criminaljustice.htm
Extractions: Criminal Justice - Rockville The curriculum is designed to prepare students for careers in the criminal justice system and for transfer to four-year colleges and universities. A strong academic core forms the basis of a liberal arts education and, combined with specialized career courses, offers the graduate the alternatives of entering the field or continuing in an institution of higher learning. The curriculum is offered for those employed in the criminal justice field as well as for high school graduates pursuing careers in local, state, federal or private agencies in the field. Depending on career goals and interests, students are encouraged to seek assistance from criminal justice faculty in making course selections. Completion of all curriculum requirements will lead to the award of the Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) FACULTY COURSES Mr. Joseph Bunce (Retired
Criminal Justice Institute possess a valid Texas drivers license;; have a high school diploma or equivalent;; PoliceAcademy courses. Fitness and Wellness, 6. criminal investigation, 45. http://unix.utb.edu/publications/cji/cji_brochure.html
Extractions: Peace Officer Training Course Upon successful completion of the entire 560 hours within the prescribed time limit, the student must then pass the TCLEOSE Texas Peace Officer exam within two years to become certified as a Texas Basic Peace Officer. The T.B.P.O. license will be activated if the student is commissioned within two years of passing the exam. Prospective students enrolling in this T.P.O. certification course or any other certification course offered by The Criminal Justice Institute must meet all minimum requirements as determined by TCLEOSE, The UTB/TSC Criminal Justice Advisory Board and the policies of UTB/TSC for admission into desired courses. Minimum requirements for admission into the Peace Officer Certification course are as follows (TCLEOSE Rules, Sec. 211.80): Prospective Law Enforcement Cadets must have NO felony convictions, nor be on probation for ANY criminal offense;
New Page 1 successfully completed certain high school courses may qualify college credits inequivalent TNCC courses. 236 Principles of criminal investigation (3 credits http://www.tncc.vccs.edu/catalog/descriptions/justice.htm
Extractions: ADJ 100 ADJ 105 ADJ 115 ADJ 116 ... Curriculum Purpose: The curriculum is designed to provide a broad foundation that will prepare the student to enter any of the varied fields of law enforcement or to prepare for professional advancement. Students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university should see Selecting General Education Courses section of this catalog. Developmental Studies: To ensure a reasonable chance of success in pursuing this program of study, some students may be required to enroll in specified developmental courses in mathematics, written English and/or reading based on performance on placement tests and assessment of prior education. It is important that these developmental courses be completed as quickly as possible so that students will be appropriately prepared to pursue this program of study. For further information see Developmental Studies. This program is part of the Tech Prep initiative.