Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Academy
Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Academy Technical Diploma
Program Code: 30-504-2
WCTC’s Criminal Justice - Law Enforcement Academy prepares you to become certified as a law enforcement officer and enhances your ability to gain employment with a law enforcement agency. Build upon your previous classroom knowledge through additional training in topics such as defense and arrest tactics, emergency vehicle operation, firearms and vehicle contacts.
- Admission is restricted to those who qualify under Wisconsin Department of Justice administrative rules.
- Candidates must possess at least 60 college credits, undergo a criminal history and driver record check, successfully complete a medical examination by a licensed health care provider and participate in a personal screening interview.
- Information on the process to apply for WCTC’s Law Enforcement Academy is available through the WCTC Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Department.
The minimum required course grades and program grade point average (GPA) for students under this catalog are:
Core Courses = C
Program GPA = 2.0
This WCTC program prepares students to obtain the required licensure to be employed/practice in the state of Wisconsin. The College does not guarantee its curriculum matches the requirements for preparation, examinations, or licensure for other states.
Not available for general applications. Prospective students must be accepted into the program through the formal process established by the Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Department.
|504-700||Overview of Criminal Justice||1|
|504-701||Overview of Patrol Response||2|
Approved Substitute: 504-713
|504-702||RA Overview of Tactics||1|
|504-703||RA Overview of Investigations||2|
|504-704||Principles Patrol Response||2|
|504-705||RA Principles of Tactics||3|
|504-706||Princ Emer Veh Response||2|
|504-708||Health and Fitness||1|
|504-709||Application Traffic Response||2|
|504-710||Application of Investigation||2|
|504-711||RA Scenario Assessment||1|
|504-714||RA Principles of Investigation||1|