North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice
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2016 Legislative Update Training - Sampson County

The North Carolina Sheriffs' Association is pleased to announce that we will be providing an additional 2016 NCSA Legislative Update Training session for sheriffs, sheriffs' personnel and personnel from all other law enforcement agencies across the State. This additional session is designed to assist those law enforcement personnel unable to attend our regular training sessions due to Hurricane Matthew. It will be held at NCJA-Salemburg on December 13, 2016.

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Rapid Deployment Training for the Active Shooter

The Active Shooter is an issue of great concern and priority to our law enforcement profession. Recent events across the world have highlighted the need for realistic training that includes concepts, principles, and tactics designed to meet the challenges presented by these threats. Please click on "more" for complete information.

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Racial Intelligence Training for Executive Leadership

This course, for law enforcement and corrections supervisors, increases the awareness in one's own emotions (EI), which heightens the situational awareness when engaging with others (SI), and creates a robust diversity and inclusion to deescalate whenever possible using Racial Intelligence (RI).

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Data Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety

This 16 hour course is designed to show officers how to use data collection efforts to manage and deploy strategic resources that will decrease traffic crashes and crime. It is for all law enforcement Commanders, Supervisors and Analysts who want to learn and use an effective and proven crash and crime reduction model.

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