What is the Auxiliary Law Enforcement Officer Certificate?

Auxiliary police officers, also known as volunteer police, are typically appointed, work under the supervision and direction of other law enforcement personnel and generally do not receive salary or wages for their services.

Seminole State's Criminal Justice Academy offers a training program for auxiliary law enforcement officers, which focuses on dealing with emergency situations and performing law enforcement duties, as directed by sworn officers.

Program Requirements

To enter the Auxiliary Law Enforcement Officer Certificate Program, students must:

  • Complete the admissions requirements for Seminole State.
  • Have taken the CJBAT for Law Enforcement within the past two years (scores must be current on first day of class).
  • Be at least 19 years old.
  • Have a valid Florida driver's license.
  • Complete a physical and drug screening.
  • Have a clean driving record for the past seven years.
  • Submit to a criminal background check. Background check cost: $54.25.
  • Complete and pass the assessment/evaluation process.

Want more info? Contact us.

Criminal Justice Institute
Fax: 407.322.1309
Office: PS-100
Campus: Sanford/Lake Mary

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