Careers in Public Safety

The Career Track Program is designed to guide high school and college students who wish to find and understand their desired career path within the Public Safety Administration Field. This course walks students through job positions offered, application processes, job requirements and qualifications, job duties, as well as job salaries and benefits for all Public Safety Administration jobs.

 

Life After High School Program

The Life After High School Program is designed to prepare students with necessary tools to smoothly transition into society as law-abiding citizens. Typically, the transition into society includes going to college and establishing a career path. However, students do not have to go to college to establish a career path. Students may choose trade school, real estate, or entrepreneurship. Whatever students decide, our staff will help them to develop a clear and detailed plan in order to accomplish their goals.

 

Active Shooter: Planning and Responding

Welcome to The National Criminal Justice Research Consulting Agency Active Shooter module. Unfortunately over the past decade active shooter situations have been on the rise leading to the death of 1000’s of people. Regardless of training or directions given, each employee, visitor, and facility occupant will react and respond based on his or her own instincts. Some people may not be able to leave; others may refuse to leave. Some will find comfort in a group; others will face the challenges alone. Although it's hard to be prepared for any type of surprise attack it is still important to implement protocol and procedures that can possibly save lives. This course provides in depth information pertaining to active shooter history, & training to establish baseline agency/department protocols and procedures for your organization. This course will outline policy and training procedures from the Interagency Security Committee to provide the most effective and up to date information on active shooter response. In addition to providing real life examples and scenarios to summarize the Do’s and don'ts of an active shooter situation.

 

Know Your Essential Rights

The criminal justice system is difficult to navigate without proper education. For the majority of people who are not affiliated with the judicial system, the technicality of laws can be scary and easily misunderstood. This course is designed to equip citizens with essential knowledge about their rights. By providing legal awareness to citizens, their likelihood of being incarcerated based on a constitutional right violation will be decreased. After the completion of this course, citizens will know legal terminology while being able to exercise their rights confidently.

 

COVID-19 Mitigation and Preparedness: Criminal Justice Personnel

Covid -19 is the seventh known coronavirus to infect humans; its emergence makes it the third in recent years to cause widespread infectious disease, following the viruses responsible for SARS and MERS. Common human coronaviruses typically cause mild symptoms such as a cough or a cold, but the novel Covid- 19 has led to more severe respiratory illnesses and deaths worldwide.Someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19 can easily spread the virus to others. For this reason, patients are urged to self-isolate for around 14 days. To further reduce the risk of transmission, people who have been in close contact with a positive case should also self-isolate, even if they feel healthy. National testing programs make it easier to track the spread of the virus and are helping to flatten the infection curve. The U.S. had conducted more than 70 million Covid 19 test as of August 24, 2020 – the states of California and New York had performed more than any other.

 

Restorative Justice Community Meetings

Restorative Justice has become an essential asset to the Criminal Justice System. Research has indicated that the Restorative Justice approach has the potential to successfully respond to the needs of victims. When Restorative Justice is implemented, victims feel empowered, and are normally able to move on from victimization. After completion of this course, your team will be able to recognize and identify the impact of crime on victims, and effectively address community meetings.

 

Implicit Bias

The criminal justice field has been known to experience implicit biases through daily interaction with individuals. Implicit bias can be referred to as the different attitudes or stereotypes we have learned, that unconsciously affects our understanding of other individuals. Almost every person has an implicit bias and doesn’t know it. After completion of this course, you will have comprehensive awareness about implicit bias, will be able to identify when you are using it, and learn how to navigate life without utilizing your implicit biases.