No one is too old! However, you must pass the fitness exam, as well as, all of the other required assessments and tests as listed on the Law Enforcement Information Sheet and Application.
Law Enforcement FAQs
There is cost to the student for the hearing, eye, vision, and medical exams. Students are required to purchase a classroom uniform, sweats, and a t-shirt and shorts for fitness and defensive tactics training. Student fees are estimated at approximately $300.
Students have found it difficult to hold a full-time (32-40 hour/wk) position and attend the program due to scheduling issues and hours spent on coursework. However, it is up to you whether or not you choose to work.
No. The program is set up in a very specific manner. It is all or nothing.
Generally with certification through CWI, agencies that hire graduates do not need to send that person to the academy because they are POST certifiable. It is at the agency’s discretion.
LeRoy Forsman - Law Enforcement Program Director, College of Western Idaho at 208.562.2614 or email email@example.com.
If you transfer credit from an institution that operates on a quarter credit system, your credit hours will be converted to semester credits. For example, a three-credit course on the quarter system will transfer as two credits to a semester system. If a course has...
There are three options to get certified.
- Become employed by an agency and be sent to the academy by that agency.
- Self-sponsor through POST.
- Go ...
Attend a Law Enforcement Information Session.
The Law Enforcement certificate program is 2 semesters in length. This is the minimum requirement to challenge the POST tests.
The student may continue with 16 specific general education credits and 27 specific criminal justice credits to complete an Associate of Applied Science...
If I already have an Associate, Bachelors, and/or Master’s degree will I get extra points towards application?
If I have a few “C”s in my pre and co requisite courses will that negatively affect my chances of acceptance? Should I retake those classes for a higher grade?
You must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher.