Law Enforcement Programs

About Law Enforcement Training & Criminal Justice Programs

Law enforcement training & criminal justice programs encompasses both curriculum as well as continuing education courses to build the knowledge and skills necessary in today’s public safety workplace.

Explore our courses and programs:
  • Basic Law Enforcement Training
  • Detention Officer Certification
  • General Instructor Certification
  • Radar Operator Certification
  • Telecommunicator Certification
  • In-Service Law Enforcement Training
  • Two-Year Associate in Applied Science Criminal Justice Degree Program

Every effort has been made to provide you with the most up-to-date, progressive criminal justice information possible. Courses are offered in the traditional face-to-face classroom delivery, as well as online for maximum flexibility.

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BLET & In-Service Law Enforcement Training

BLET & In-Service Law Enforcement Training

M. Daniel Harless


Criminal Justice Technology

Criminal Justice Technology

Dr. F. Wayne Laney Jr.


Police officers protect lives and property. Detectives and criminal investigators gather facts and collect evidence of possible crimes.

The average annual salary for police and detectives was $60,270 in May 2015.

Employment of police and detectives is projected to grow 4 percent from 2014 to 2024.

While police officers make up a large portion of the professionals working in law enforcement, there are many more career options that you may want to consider from FBI agent to computer forensic specialist.

Many of our instructors are former and current law enforcement officers who bring the added value of their actual on-the-job experiences which enhances their ability to train our students.
Spencer Rummage

Dean of Public Services, retired

Hard work and dedication are key to success, and I learned that very clearly as part of the Rowan-Cabarrus Basic Law Enforcement Training program.
Kevin Klinglesmith