Criminal Justice Basic Academies
An officer's primary responsibility is to protect lives and property. This is true for law enforcement, correctional officers and correctional probation officers, as well as private security guards.
That's why, it is important for officers to have experience in:
- General law enforcement, correctional or correctional probation techniques and procedures
- Criminal investigations
- Emergency medical practices
- Legal issues
- Modern law enforcement technology
- Community relations
Online/In-Person Information Session
For online information session, please click on the link and review the PowerPoint presentation on the Basic Law Enforcement Academy.
Application deadline for the January 2024 basic law enforcement academy is November 29, 2023.
If you have any questions, please call 407.708.2187 or 407.708.2299 or send an email to email@example.com.
Basic Academies' Curriculum Options
Seminole State offers the following programs can help you get started in an exciting career in law enforcement:
Seminole State offers a training program for law enforcement officers, which focuses on emergency situations, defensive tactics and weapons, vehicle operation and traffic enforcement, law enforcement patrol, criminal investigations, relationships with the community, and legal issues.
Seminole State's Corrections Academy correctional officers program trains students how to deal with emergency situations, defensive tactics and weapons, and legal issues. It also emphasizes on how correctional institutions operate and communication with the institution's population.
The Crossover Training Program allows officers to re-focus their careers. The curriculum is not designed as a retraining program; rather, it builds on students existing experience by adding additional knowledge and skills.