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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Field Training Officer Supervisor

Register now for this 20 hour web based course which begins August 13 and ends September 2. The course provides knowledge and skills needed to effectively supervise a field training program. This course is open only to SWORN law enforcement officers. Log into your Acadis account to register

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Crime Prevention Specialist

Register today to take this hybrid course which includes a 16 hour web-blended delivery and a 24 hour in-classroom delivery. This 40 hour course is designed to prepare crime prevention practitioners to plan, develop, implement, evaluate, and manage effective crime prevention activities and strategies. After successfully completing the web portion, you will have 24 hours of classroom training. The web portion begins on September 3; the classroom portion is in Edneyville from October 22 – 24.

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Career Survival - Detention Officer

Career Survival – This 2018 Detention Officer In-Service is now available online. This required 2 credit lesson plan addresses the principles of professional and ethical conduct and familiarizes the student with the current trends in social media and the hazards they pose to law enforcement.

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