skip to main content North Carolina Justice Academy
North Carolina Justice Academy
North Carolina Department of Justice

Get Help &
Find Answers


 
 

Take Action

About the Justice Academy


The North Carolina Justice Academy is a training facility that offers training programs to criminal justice personnel, provides technical assistance to criminal justice agencies upon request, and develops and distributes educational and training materials.
 
The Academy is organized into two divisions, Training and Support.  The Training Division has a team of experienced and dedicated instructors organized into five centers: Legal, Law Enforcement Leadership, Commission and In-Service, Tactical and Traffic, and Investigations.  The Support Division operates a 20,000-volume library, a video production unit, a full-service print shop, a graphic arts department, and an educational research team.
 
The Academy has two campuses on each side of the state in order to better meet the needs of Law Enforcement personnel. The Salemburg campus, also known as the East Campus, has eighteen classrooms, a 200,000-square-foot driving track, three outdoor firing ranges, a gymnasium, a cafeteria, three residence halls, a library, and other practical exercise areas.

Campus Information Book           Driving Directions             Network Policy FAQ        Cafeteria Menu

The Academy’s second campus, Edneyville known as the West Campus, has nine classrooms, a gymnasium, a cafeteria, a residence hall, a running track, and a state-of-the-art indoor firing range.

Campus Information Book           Driving Directions             Network Policy FAQ        Cafeteria Menu
 
In 2017, the Western Regional Crime Laboratory in Asheville moved to the Edneyville campus.