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    Criminal Justice

    Quick look
    Target Student: Grades 11 & 12
    Course Length: 2 years
    Credits: Up to 4 per year in CTE
    or a combination of CTE and
    integrated academic credit for
    career & financial management,
    English, participation in
    government and science

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    Criminal Justice
    Teachers at The Charles H. Bohlen Jr. Technical Center:

    Darcy Pitkin

    dpitkin@boces.com

    Jeff Scofield
    jscofiel@boces.com

     
     
     
     

     

    Teacher at the Howard G. Sackett Technical Center:
     
    Don Neddo
    dneddo@boces.com
     
     
     

    Criminal Justice  (Bohlen & Sackett Career & Tech Centers)

    Careers in the criminal justice field are both rewarding and demanding. BOCES’ Criminal Justice program allows you to explore your options in this field in rigorous hands-on and classroom-based learning activities. The two-year program features use of some of the most current technology found in the profession, including crime-scene investigation and suspect identification tools and firearms simulation equipment. You’ll also work side-by-side in internships with criminal justice professionals in the local community. Ready for the challenge?

    Sample units of study
    • Criminal/procedural law and criminology
    • Police professionalism
    • Emergency care
    • Human relations
    • Vehicle and traffic law
    • Criminal investigations
    • Firearm familiarization
    • Patrol procedures
    • Advanced security procedures

     

    Career opportunities

    • Police officer
    • Military police
    • Human services
    • Retail security
    • U.S. Customs
    • State Park Police
    • Industrial security
    • Paralegal
    • Probation/parole

     College partners

    • Bryant & Stratton
    • Herkimer County Community College
    • Jefferson County Community College
    • Mohawk Valley Community College
    • SUNY Canton
     
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Last Modified on August 31, 2017