Law Enforcement Certificate
A police officer works in partnership with the communities they serve to maintain law and order, protect members of the public and their property, prevent crime, reduce the fear of crime and to serve their community in such a way so as to improve the quality of life for all citizens. If you have a desire to serve your community in this way you may want to explore the Illinois Central College Law Enforcement Certificate.
The Illinois Central College Law Enforcement Certificate will prepare you for employment as a police officer by providing you with exposure to the knowledge, skills, and expectations that will help prepare you to seek a career in Law Enforcement.
The program consists of 30 Hours or 10 courses to include: Introduction to Criminal Justice; Police Operations; Juvenile Delinquency; Introduction to Investigations; Criminal Law; Administration of Justice; Court Procedures in Evidence; Police Organization and Administration.
This Certificate is ideal for individuals who are or will soon be 21 years of age. It is especially suited for persons with prior military service, individuals who already have a college degree of any level in another course of study or individuals who may be looking to change careers and are interested in serving his or her community.
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