Protective Services Training

Protective Services programs include training in criminal justice and related subjects like fire safety. Criminal justice is a wide-ranging field dealing with law enforcement and the judiciary system. There are many different options for those who desire a career in criminal justice. Students can earn common degrees such as certificates, associate degrees, bachelors degrees, and masters degrees in such areas as law enforcement, investigation, the legal field, security, corrections, the court system, forensic science, or public safety. Degree programs can provide students with instruction in the theory and practice of criminal justice issues, including applied technology.

There are four main areas of the criminal justice system: police, corrections, juvenile justice, and judicial systems. There are a variety of different programs within each area targeted toward different professionals interested in advancing their careers. Students are exposed to a range of subjects that can broaden their knowledge of criminology and the causes of crime. Most programs are very hands-on and are taught by instructors who have extensive experience in the field.

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