2017-2018 College Catalog 
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2017-2018 College Catalog [Consult with Your Academic Advisor for Your Catalog Year]

CJI Law Enforcement Administration, AAS

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Updated 6/7/2017

The University of Arkansas System’s Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) provides education and advanced training in progressive areas of law enforcement to sworn law enforcement officers and individuals employed full-time by a law enforcement agency in a crime scene capacity. To successfully complete a program, students will be required to complete basic law enforcement training at an ACLEST accredited academy, take special courses through the Criminal Justice Institute, and general education courses through National Park College (NPC). All courses, both through the CJI and NPC, are offered free of charge.

CJI Courses - 36 Credit Hours

Law Enforcement Administration Certificate of Proficiency 15 credits
Law Enforcement Administration Technical Certificate 6 credits
School of Law Enforcement Supervision (140 contact hours) 9 credits
Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement (45 contact hours required)
(Number of contact hours noted in parentheses)
Warrantless Search/Seizure (6)
   Courtroom Testimony (6)
   Search Warrant Update (6)
   Legal Update (6)
   Use of Force (6)
   Case File Preparation (6)
   Racial Profiling (3 or 6)
   Managing Informants and Cooperative Witnesses (6)
   Managing Interviews and Interrogations (7 or 14)
   Drafting Search Warrants and Affidavits (20)
3 credits
Professional Standards in Law Enforcement (45 contact hours required)
(Number of contact hours noted in parentheses)
Police Internal Affairs (12 or 40)
   Ethics for Law Enforcement (7)
   Public Integrity Investigations (7)
   Early Intervention Programs (7)
   Background Investigations of Police Applicants (12)
3 credits

63 Minimum Credit Hours Total

See your NPC advisor for degree and graduation information

*Course is part of the Arkansas general education core requirements.

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