North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice
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Coming April 21-22 to Greensboro’s Koury Center is “The Teen Dating Violence Symposium”. This 2 day course is designed to help School Resource Officers become more aware of the problem of teen dating violence. It will also offer information on how to make referrals to community service organizations for victims of teen dating violence. The symposium is open to other law enforcement personnel and public school officials. Click on “more” for complete details and registration.

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July-December 2014 Training Calendar is Available!

As the North Carolina Justice Academy celebrates its 40th year in training law enforcement officers, we are pleased to present the latest Training Calendar. As you know many classes fill up fast so don't delay in registering. The NCJA is proud to offer quality instruction for our law enforcement personnel.

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2014 Legal Update for LE is Online!

Five of the 2014 In-service courses are available on NCJA's They are: 2014 JMST: A Juvenile - Now What?; 2014 Legal Update for LE; Detention Officer Intelligence Update; Telecommunicator's Awareness of Issues Surrounding Returning Military Personnel and Telecommunicator's Active Shooter Overview. Don’t wait until the last minute to take your In-Service courses. Register today at

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Officer-Involved Domestic Violence: Code of Survival

The IACP states that the rate of officer-involved domestic violence “is estimated to be at least as common as that of the general population.” Domestic violence is a terrible crime and victims of a law enforcement officer are uniquely vulnerable. This course will discuss the dynamics of officer-involved domestic violence, the tactics used to perpetrate domestic violence against their victims, and the impact it has on the agency. The first offering is in June.

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