North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice
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A Stakeholder Symposium in Active Shooter Trends

One of the primary goals of the symposium is to provide an overview of the roles of school personnel, mental health providers, students, law enforcement and other emergency response providers to reduce violence in our schools. This overview along with discussing the expectations of those involved will serve to strengthen and maximize a uniformed streamlined approach thereby reducing and minimizing injuries in the event of an active threat.


 
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Online Learn Center

NCJA's Online Learn Center is moving to a new website effective September 8, 2014. It will be more modern, more robust, and easier to use. In order to make the change, we will not approve new users on the current site after AUGUST 22 and current users will need to finish courses they are enrolled in by AUGUST 31. Those who don't finish their courses by AUGUST 31st will have to re-start them on the new site after September 8. You may contact Anthony Aycock at aaycock@ncdoj.gov with questions.


 
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Dive Instructor Development and Evaluation Course

This 60 hours course is designed for officers who are tasked with the supervision and development of divers aspiring to join a public safety dive team. The course will be in Salemburg September 20-27. Register today.


 
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The Ten Worst School Attacks & Lessons Learned

The worst case of school violence in America occurred in 1927 and cost the lives of 44 innocent children and teachers and wounded an additional 58. Few know about this tragedy and even fewer know the lessons learned. Attend this 2 day professional development and increase your knowledge and ability to prevent a tragedy in your school by learning about the worst attacks on our schools. By studying the past, we can create a safer future. This course is for law enforcement and school leaders.


Welcome to the North Carolina Justice Academy website.  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.

We have two campuses located in Salemburg and Edneyville, NC to better serve North Carolina Criminal Justice Agencies' training needs. 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 stay at the Academy. 

Mark Strickland 
Director, NC Justice Academy


A Nationally Accredited
Law Enforcement Training Agency