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Law Enforcement

Call of Duty

Protect and Serve

There are few careers that equal law enforcement when it comes to fulfilling an individual’s call of duty to society.

You’ve obviously heard that call and are ready to prepare for one of the most essential and valued positions in a community as an officer dedicated to protect and serve.

Becoming a police officer or sheriff’s deputy will likely be one of the proudest moments of your life, and we can help make it happen.

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Law Enforcement

Law enforcement faculty

Our program is taught by current or retired law enforcement professionals, who will share from their experiences as they teach you about:

  • Criminal law
  • Juvenile issues
  • Evidence gathering
  • Criminal investigation
  • Loss prevention
  • Terrorism
  • Computer-related crime
  • Laboratory techniques
  • And much more! 

Credits earned in our program transfer to four-year colleges and universities if you decided to earn a bachelor’s degree, which is often required for leadership positions within a department.

For a complete look at our program, visit the College Catalog.

Ready to join roll call?

To get started, contact one of our program advisors: Instructor Kimberly Mitseff, 586.286.2071, or Professor Samantha Bowlin, 586.286.2159.

Career-ready

There is a shortage of police officers across the country so you can expect to begin interviewing with police departments and other law enforcement agencies not long after you graduate.

Where you decide to be sworn in will largely be up to you.

Departments, in fact, send recruiters to our upper-level law enforcement classes in search or new officers.

Use this handy tool to see the positions available locally and the salary you can expect.

And if you do need assistance finding your first post, our Career Services team is here to help.

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