The Criminal Justice pathway is a 2 year pathway and this course is hosted at Plymouth High School. This course includes specialized classroom and practical experiences related to public safety occupations including law enforcement, loss protection services, and homeland security. Potential careers in this pathway include lawyer, judge, police officers, DNR officer, security officer, detective, forensic scientist and many more.
North Central CTE Cooperative partners with LLN (Marshall County Lifelong Learning Network) to offer this opportunity for students in the CTE Cooperative.
Criminal Justice Courses
Criminal Justice will give students an overview of the three primary elements of the criminal justice system: law enforcement, courts and corrections. Students opportunities to use skills to reconstruct crash scenes and will participate in criminal investigation simulations to learn scientific knowledge related to anatomy, biology and chemistry. Training will be similar to that provided by officially designated law enforcement agencies.
Ivy Tech Community College provides the opportunity for students to earn up to 15 CRIM dual credits, including:
101 Intro to Criminal Justice Systems
105 Intro to Criminology
110 Intro to Law Enforcement
103 Cultural Awareness
130 Intro to Corrections