North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice
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YOGA for First Responders

Yoga for First Responders (YFFR) provides vital emotional wellness and mental-resiliency training to support tactical performance and decision-making skills on the job as well as a thriving personal life. Attendees should be Law Enforcement personnel who wish to add a new tool to their toolbox for mental resiliency, tactical performance, and self-regulation of the nervous system.


 
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Terrorism-Related Officer Safety Strategies - 9/21/17

The goal of this 8 hour workshop is to improve the awareness level of of law enforcement professionals to detect terrorist and violent criminal extremist (VCEs) whether they are planning and gathering materials, conducting surveillance on potential targets, or practicing the skills needed to carry out an attack, their activities impact law enforcement agencies.


 
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2017 In-Service Training is Online!

We have all the 2017 in-service topics for law enforcement officers (not including Firearms, which won’t be online), detention officers and telecommunicators. Also, the "2017 General Instructor Update: Developing Facilitation Skills" is available online. You must have a portal account, and log into the portal to see the available online training. Please click on "more" for directions to the portal and a list of available classes.


 
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Spanish for Law Enforcement - 12/4/17 (Edneyville)

This 40 hour course is designed to take officers with little or no knowledge of the Spanish language and have them complete a preliminary police report, citation or booking report using a method that is well-developed and validated. Personnel will be able to affect an arrest, traffic stop and high risk traffic stop in a practical exercise. Additionally, this program will familiarize your personnel with “street Spanish” in an effort to reduce danger and better prepare your officers.


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