North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice
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Opioid Overdose Death Investigation...

Attorney General Josh Stein is pleased to offer a new course to help fight the opioid epidemic. This one-day course examines the myriad issues that surround the investigation and prosecution of heroin and fentanyl overdose death cases. The course is for law enforcement officers and prosecutors and is being provided by the Attorney General’s office through arrangements with the National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute July 18, 2018.

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2018 FBI Carolina Command College

The Carolina Command College will be held September 9-12, 2018 at the Historic Green Park Inn, Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The goal of the Command College is to assist executives and top management personnel to prepare for the growing demands and challenges that confront law enforcement.

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In-Service Topics Added

All law enforcement and telecommunicator 2018 in-service courses are available online through our NCJA Training Portal. This includes Legal Update, Equality in Policing and Leadership through Community Partnership. (Firearms Training & Qualification will not be online.) If you have not taken one of our online courses please click "more" to create an Acadis account.

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Communication Skills with Persons in Crisis - De-Escalation Techniques

This course is a required topic for 2018 In-Service Telecommunicator, Law Enforcement, and Detention Officer Training. It is designed to discuss communication skills and the ability to gain compliance without force (de-escalation) when it is reasonably possible.

Welcome to the North Carolina Justice Academy website.  We hope you find it useful in providing information regarding the academy and the services we provide.  The Academy's staff trains thousands of criminal justice personnel throughout the state. Numerous state and local agencies make use of the campus facilities, instructional services, and its professional staff for criminal justice training.
The academy operates two campuses located in Salemburg and Edneyville, NC in order to serve the training needs of North Carolina’s criminal justice agencies. Please refer to our maps for driving directions, and the lower portion of the screen for contact information.  Once you arrive on campus, please use these campus maps to find your way around our campuses. We hope you enjoy your training experience at the NC Justice Academy! 

Trevor Allen 
Director, NC Justice Academy

An Internationally Accredited Law Enforcement Training Agency