Community Programs: Career Development Course
Are you a college student considering a career in law enforcement?
The Morris County Sheriff’s Office, in conjunction with the Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey Police Community Affairs Officers Association (NJPCAOA), has partnered with universities and law enforcement groups throughout the state to offer a course to college students to prepare them for careers in law enforcement.
The 10-week law enforcement career development course gives participants a closer look at law enforcement by exposing them to practical scenarios and hands-on instruction. It is recommended for every student interested in criminal justice, social sciences and justice studies, as well as those who are undecided but have an interest in pursuing careers in the field of legal justice.
The course, which begins September 19, 2016, will meet Mondays from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. at the Morris County Public Safety Training Academy in Parsippany.
For complete details, course topics, schedule of meeting dates and a list of partnering colleges and organizations, view the course syllabus .
Interested in enrolling in the career development course? Each participant is required to complete and submit an application for admission. For your convenience, we have made the application available online in PDF format. All applications are due by September 12, 2016.
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