Today’s criminal justice professionals are required to have a great deal of specialized knowledge and to adhere to a high level of ethics and integrity as demanded by our society. The varied and interesting roles within the criminal justice system rely on education as an important criterion for recruitment.
The Francis Tuttle Criminal Justice program lays the foundation for entry into the criminal justice system as a jailer, or unarmed security guard. Students are also prepared to pursue a degree in criminal justice at a university or college. Students learn about criminal law, criminal investigations, Homeland Security, defensive tactics, physical fitness, and police function and fundamentals.