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Criminal Justice

Career Opportunities

Employment opportunities are expected to be fair through the next decade as population and economic growth create a need for more officers to protect life and property, regulate traffic and provide other services. Police officers usually retire at a somewhat younger age than workers in other occupations, so replacement rates are relatively high.

Potential positions include:

  • County Police
  • Industrial Security Officer
  • Municipal Police
  • Private Security Guard
  • State Police and federal Agencies
Rob Christenson (photo)
"The SCC law enforcement program is an excellent stepping stone for a career in policing. It offers absolute submersion into the theoretical and practical aspects of law enforcement. I gained confidence needed to approach the application process and knowledge of the law and officer safety, before engaging into police training. Though I am a police officer in Canada, the program has provided me with a standard applicable in any law enforcement community."

- Rob Christenson


Suggested Course of Study

Enrollment:fall, winter,
spring

Avg. length of program:   

102 credits,
6 quarters

Consult the official program outline
for more information about this program.
link to outline
For more information....For more information:
Contact: Spokane Community College
Counseling Center, MS 2151
1810 N. Greene Street
Spokane, WA 99217-5399
Phone:Ric Villalobos, Counselor
(509) 533-7356 or 1-800-248-5644 ext. 7356
Email:Michael Prim at MPrim@scc.spokane.edu
 
For additional contacts, please
refer to the online directory for this department


You can also submit an online information request
or get our address to write for more information
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Spokane Community College
1810 N. Greene St.
Spokane, WA 99217-5399
For general information call:
509-533-7000 or
1-800-248-5644
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