With increased interest in security and anti-terrorism measures, career opportunities continue to expand in the field of law enforcement and public safety. Possible career options include, but are not limited to: police officer, private security system technician, corrections officer, probation officer, private investigator, crime scene investigator, court officer, emergency dispatcher, firefighter, or EMT responder. Students who complete the Law Enforcement and Public Safety program may be eligible for college credits at local county or community colleges. The program provides students looking to study law or criminal justice at a two or four-year college with a solid foundation of learning.
- Concentrated coursework allows students to enter careers as police officers, state troopers, criminal investigators, emergency dispatchers, or EMT responders
- Students are given preparation for the New Jersey State EMT and firefighter certificate exams
- Students will earn the necessary hours and credit towards certification in 911 communications and EMT
- Students will take the Salem County Firefighter I course at no cost to them
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