New! Law Enforcement 2 – 9267
Grade: 12 Credits: 2 Type: Practical Art
Prerequisite: Passing grades for both semesters (averaging 70% or higher) in Law Enforcement 1
This course is a continuation of Law Enforcement 1, in which students will cover court structure, trial procedures and sentencing, corrections, prison life, juvenile justice, and crime and justice in the new millennium. You will continue to participate in physical training and expand on report writing and investigative work knowledge. After completing this course, you may pursue immediate employment or continue education in careers related to law enforcement, crime scene investigation, forensic science, corrections, private security, legal studies or other related fields. See Law Enforcement 1 for details. Students will wear athletic clothes when appropriate to participate in training, as the law enforcement field is physically demanding. Every student will have an opportunity to advance personal and professional skills through participation in SkillsUSA.
Related: Law and Order, Forensic Science, Psychology