|CRJ-101||Administration of Justice||3|
|HPE-109||Physical Conditioning/Police Recruits||3|
|HPE-170||First Aid, Safety, and Prevention of Injury||3|
|Total Minimum Credits||12|
- To prepare recruits to transfer into a 2-year Criminal Justice, CRJ.AS program.
- To prepare recruits to demonstrate a working knowledge of constitutional concepts applicable to caring for those incarcerated.
- To prepare recruits to apply critical thinking skills to resolve problems with inmates.
- To prepare recruits to demonstrate skills necessary for safety and prevention of injury to correctional staff, clients and other inmates.
- To prepare recruits to establish career goals and objectives to enhance personal growth.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
At the end of the program, the recruit will be able to:
- Discuss concepts of the Constitution of the United States.
- Compare and contrast the components of the criminal justice system and various agencies involved in the administration of justice.
- Extrapolate local criminal justice issues to global justice and security issues.
- Analyze criminal justice practitioner problems with the public.
Recruits who enter the Camden County Correctional Academy as a correctional officer must be sponsored by county enforcement agency, which have been selected as a recruit by their standards or procedures and have assumed all costs of training, uniforms, salary, etc.
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4874