Law Enforcement

Curriculum Maintenance System (CMS)

The Law Enforcement program prepares students as entry level law enforcement officers such as Police Officer and Deputy Sheriff. Practical skills and field exercise are an integral part of this program. To acquire a certificate, candidates must successfully complete all of the courses listed and pass a state examination. All of the courses have additional special lab fees.

The next evening Basic Law Enforcement CMS Academy will begin February 6, 2012.  Class sessions will be held from 5:30 - 9:30 P.M.   Cross-over from Corrections to Law Enforcement CMS Academy will begin October 3, 2011 with class sessions meeting from 5:30 P.M. - 9:30 pm.  

Students must complete all the course work listed below in the required time frame and pass and F.D.L.E. examination in order to seek employment as a Law Enforcement Officer. A $100 Assessment Center fee will be charged to all students.

For Requirements For Basic Recruit Training Class go to Selection Center.

Law Enforcement Course of Study



CJK  0007

Introduction 11
CJK 0011 Human Issues 40
CJK 0017 Communications 76
CJK 0020 Vehicle Operations 48
CJK 0031 First Aid 40
CJK 0040 Firearms 80
CJK 0551 Defensive Tactics 80
CJK 0061 Patrol I 58
CJK 0062 Patrol II 40
CJK 0071 Investigations 56
CJK 0076 Crime Scene Investigations 24
CJK 0083 DUI Traffic Stops 48
CJK 0096 Physical Fitness 60
CJK 0086 Traffic Crash Investigations 32
CJK 0008


CJK 0422

Dart Firing Stun Gun

Totals 770



Specialized Training

Advanced/Career Development Courses

Mandatory Re-Training

For more information contact
Charles Crawford or Steve Anderson
(850)718-2253 or (850)718-2479
FAX requests (850)718-2497

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