Law Enforcement

Job Outlook

  • Use investigative techniques to “solve” crimes and to mediate and resolve conflicts

  • Develop your mind and body using advanced self-defense tactics and fitness training

  • Research and analyze current trends and issues in civil and criminal law

FAQs

What can I do when I graduate?

  • 911 dispatcher

  • Armed security

  • Private investigations

  • Life guard

  • United States military

What would I do in this class?

  • Cuffing/searching/arresting techniques

  • Radio codes and signals/radio etiquette

  • Site security management

  • Target hardening

  • Emergency Medical Field Response

  • Water Rescue

  • Emergency Telecommunications

  • Weapons training live fire

What can I do with further training?

  • Police Officer

  • State Highway Patrol Officer

  • FBI Agent

Program Quick Facts

Law Enforcement students must be able to

  • Maintain physical fitness standards

  • Learn mixed martial arts and be willing to demonstrate practical competencies with other students

  • Maintain paramilitary discipline i.e. military drill and ceremony

  • Utilize proper telephone and radio policies, procedures and protocols

  • Take notes from instructor's lecture

  • Demonstrate water rescue competencies

Instructors

College Credits

Available Certifications

Lab Fees

James Myers

University of Akron
Youngstown State University

  • ASP Baton

  • CPR/AED

  • National Incident Management 100 and 700

  • OC/Pepper Spray

  • Certified Protection Officer

  • OSHA 10

  • ORDC Correctional Officer

  • Level 1 (junior) - $120.00

  • Level 2 (senior) - $140.00

  • Uniform Info

5 students standing in a gym as the law enforcement team