Earn your certificate while at the Sheriff’s Academy
As a part of the rigorous Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Academy program, you can earn 45 college credits. At Jamestown Community College, these credits can be applied to a Law Enforcement Technology certificate. You can complete both the academy and certificate program at the same time and confidently take the next step toward your career goals in law enforcement.
Studying law enforcement opens opportunities such as police officers, detectives, dispatchers, federal agents, crime scene investigators, and forensic scientists. You’ll work on the front lines, focusing on law application and due process, as well as the role of evidence, defense tactics, and emergency medical technology.
The certificate in Law Enforcement prepares you to enter the workforce and apply for a position in a police agency or other law enforcement role. You can earn your NYS Certified Basic Police Training Course certificate at the same time as the Law Enforcement Technology certificate.
ENG 1530: English Composition II
PSY 1510: General Psychology or
SOC 1510: Intro to Sociology
CRI 1370: Radar/Lidar
CRI 1390: Breath Analysis
CRI 2250: Law Enforcement Academy I
CRI 2380: Law for the Law Enforcement Officer
SPA 1530: Spanish for Law Enforcement
PHE 2460: Physical Education/Law Enforcement
PHE 2470: Defensive Tactics/Law Enforcement
- Confer with director of Criminal Justice program to determine eligibility for certificate requirements.
- ENG 1530, PSY 1510/SOC 1510: Recommended to complete prior to the commencement of the application process.
CRI 2260: Law Enforcement Academy II
CRI 2420: Standardized Field Sobriety Test
CRI 2470: Law Enforcement Practicum
- Confer with Director of Criminal Justice program to file application for the certificate.