Criminal Justice

Program Information Sheet

Description

  • Study law, report writing, data processing, administration of justice, and patrol techniques 
  • Learn self-defense techniques, public relations, and military drills 
  • Participate in daily physical training

Program Instructors - Mr. Jerry Fogt  and Mrs. Sandra Welborn

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Curriculum Plan Career Tech courses you will be taking along with college credits and certifications available.

Suggested Skills For Success

Certifications Opportunity to earn the following certifications in this program.

  • Oleoresin Capsicum (OC)/Pepper Spray
    • Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Approved Industry-Recognized Credential Opportunity.
  • Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) Baton Certification
    • Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Approved Industry-Recognized Credential Opportunity.
  • 911 Career Training Dispatch Certification
    • Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Approved Industry-Recognized Credential Opportunity.
  • CPR First Aid
    • Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Approved Industry-Recognized Credential Opportunity.

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