Academy of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice
The Academy of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice is temporarily paused. If you have any questions, please call Lisa Parks at 541-956-7444
The Academy of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice classes follow the curriculum of the Department of Public Safety Standards, Oregon Law Enforcement Academy. Classes include, but are not limited to, the following topics:
- Introduction to Criminal Justice
- Criminal and Civil Laws
- Report Writing
- Community Oriented Policing
- Ethics and Cultural Diversity
- Building Searches
- Traffic Enforcement and Crash Investigations
- DUII Investigations
- Emotional Survival
- Health and Fitness
- Use of Force and Defensive Tactics
- Taser, Pepper Spray and Asp Baton
- First Aid, CPR, AED
- Patrol Procedures
- Criminal Investigations
- Interview and Interrogation
- Scenario Based Training
- Tactical Communications
- Child and Sex Abuse Investigations
- Domestic Violence Investigations
- Incident Command
- Hazmat Awareness
- Car stops
Originally designed to train only agency-sponsored Reserve Officers, the ACADEMY has expanded to allow current students who have met identified qualifications, the opportunity to participate.
Academy of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice is delivered in eight modules. It begins the first Tuesday of fall semester and generally ends the third week of May.
Classes are held every Tuesday and Thursday night from 6 – 10 p.m., as well as some 8-hour classes on Saturdays and one Sunday.
The Saturday classes average two per month, until April and May when they increase to three per month. Total hours spent in class are just under 400; in addition, students will have approximately 100 hours of homework, as well as an exam at the end of each module.