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.
|504-700||Overview of Criminal Justice||1|
|504-702||Overview of Tactics||1|
|504-703||Overview of Investigations||2|
|504-704||Principles Patrol Response||2|
|504-705||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|
|504-713||Overview of Patrol Response||2|
|504-714||Principles of Investigations||1|