• Emergency Response and Cyber Security are a must in today's world.  Crime does not pay, but a career in law enforcement and public safety does.  Demand is high and projected to increase in the near future.  Your future is here!

     

     

    Public Safety

    The Public Safety pathway prepares students with a broad-based foundational knowledge in careers that involve public safety. The educational foundation will assist students who wish to pursue related professional training at the postsecondary level. Students will gain experience through classroom instruction, hands-on training, and community exercises. The evolving integration of state public safety organizations, their connections with federal and state intelligence and security agencies, interoperability and coordination of effort, and the shared mission to protect the public in a post-9/11 world are areas of emphasis for the pathway.

    The careers included in this pathway primarily address law enforcement services, homeland and cyber security services, and correctional services. Sample occupations associated with this pathway: Animal Control Worker, Correctional Officer/Probation Officer, Law Enforcement Officer, Loss Prevention Specialist, Military Service.  (source: California Career Technical Education Model Curriclum Standards)

     

     

    Introduction to Law Enforcement Careers

    Criminal Justice

    Advanced Law Enforcment Careers

     

    Course 1 of 3

    Course 2 of 3

    Course 3 of 3

    Grade level

    9, 10, 11

    11, 12

    11, 12

    Pre-Requisite

     

    May be taken at the same time as Advanced Law Enf Careers

    Introduction to Law Enforcement Careers

    UC a-g

    g

    g

     

    College Credit

    no

    no

    no

    Instructor

    Officer Burnett

    Gomez

    Officer Burnett

    Other

    Period 7/evenings.  Course may be repeated for credit.

     

    Period 7/evenings