CRIMINAL JUSTICE I & II
9534/9536 Grades 11 &12 3.75 credits/yr. Harkness
This exciting course teaches students about the various careers in the field of criminal justice. Students will explore the major areas of the system including law enforcement, courts, corrections, investigations/ forensics, homeland and private security. Practical skills training includes handcuffing, searching (persons & cars), auto stops, field sobriety tests, radio communications, crime scene investigations, fingerprinting, foot impressions, composite sketching, jail cell search, and so much more. This program is an excellent choice in preparation for military service, law enforcement and security, corrections or college. Local, state and federal agencies participate in this program as guest speakers, field trip hosts, and internship sponsors.