Criminal Justice students are prepared for additional training or education in any of the areas embraced by the term “criminal justice” such as cybersecurity, forensic science, FBI or Secret Service, Police Officer, and Corrections. Students will learn basic self-defense tactics and participate in regular fitness training.
- Police Officer
- Corrections Officer
- Dispatcher/Communications Specialist
- Military Service
- Crime Lab Technician
- Court Officer
- Private Security
- Private Investigations
- Public Safety Services
Some career fields noted require additional education
- Ethical, Political, Statutory Foundations
- Ohio and U.S. Constitutional Law
- Correctional Facility/Detention
- Investigative Techniques
- Interpersonal Relations
- Occupational Safety and Health
- Patrol and Traffic
- Crisis Intervention/Civil Emergency
Students will have the opportunity to become certified in First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, use of a portable defibrillator, Emergency Police Dispatch certification, and Incident Command System 100 LE, 200 b, 700 a and 800 b through FEMA. This program is aligned with curriculum at Sinclair Community College. Qualified students may earn college credits while in the high school program, and a $3,000 scholarship to continue their education at Sinclair.
Career Technical Student Organization:
Criminal Justice students participate in SkillsUSA, a partnership of students, teachers and industry, working together to ensure America has a skilled workforce. All students also have the opportunity to participate in the Tech Prep Showcase through the Miami Valley Tech Prep Consortium.