Temple University Law Enforcement Academy
Deputy Sheriff Distance-learning Program (ACT 2)
Temple University is pleased to announce the availability of the 2018 distance-learning courses offered by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency and the Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Board. There is no tuition cost for the training. A Temple University certificate of completion and transcript of training are issued to each deputy, and a copy to his/her sheriff, at the end of the enrollment period for each course successfully completed. Please call Mike Kane, training coordinator, at 267-468-8605.
Deputy Sheriff Continuing Education (ACT 2)
Temple University is pleased to host deputy sheriff continuing education courses through the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency and the Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Board. For further information about the registration process, please call Mike Kane, training coordinator, at 267-468-8605.
National Park Service—Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy (PRLEA)
Temple University’s Park Ranger Law Enforcement Academy is a full-time, federally accredited 18-week program consisting of more than 680 hours of instruction designed to prepare and enable students to obtain employment with the National Park Service as a seasonal Type II law enforcement ranger. The curriculum includes instruction in visitor and resource protection, federal law and procedure, authority and jurisdiction, natural and cultural resource management, officer safety and survival skills, and physical conditioning. Upon successful completion of the program, students are awarded a certificate of completion and participate in a graduation and an awards ceremony highlighting distinguished achievement in academics, marksmanship, driving, leadership and physical fitness.
Charter School Officers Training Program
Community Academy of Philadelphia Security Officers Training
The Community Academy of Philadelphia, a Pennsylvania charter school, engaged Temple University Criminal Justice Training Programs to administer a training needs analysis to identify the essential jobs skills of the security staff who perform safety and security functions on the grounds of the Community Academy of Philadelphia (CAP). A review of the security officer job functions, current and envisioned responsibilities, relevant agency policy and procedure, and later, a content review of the newly created course materials informed the development of an 80+ hour basic training program, School Safety Training for Security Staff of the Community Academy of Philadelphia.
The training delivery was accomplished using a combination of traditional classroom presentations, including lectures and discussion, as well as role-playing and judgmental scenarios, and problem-solving exercises. CAP security officers completed a written session evaluation for each of the training classes. At the conclusion of both the basic training and the continuing education programs, Temple University issued certificates of completion to each CAP security officer who successfully completed the training and obtained a passing grade on the final examination.
Constables’ Basic, Continuing Education and Firearms Training (ACT 49)
Pennsylvania State Constables Training (Act 49)
Class enrollment Temple University CJTP administers training for state constables in the eastern region of Pennsylvania under contract with the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD). The training begins in January and continues through October each year. Additional information can be obtained by contacting Deidre Beiter, constables training coordinator, at 267-468-8331 during normal business hours or by email email@example.com.
Enrollment directions: To enroll, constables are strongly encouraged to create an account and register for classes online through the Constables Certification Education and Training System website using the direct link pccdcis.pa.gov/CCETS/Login.aspx.
MOI / Instructor Development Program
Instructor Development Program
Attention all law enforcement professionals. Do you need an instructor development course? Do you want to improve your teaching skills or obtain an instructional foundations certificate that meets MPOETC and PCCD requirements? Then, this may be the course you need. Temple University offers a 40-hour instructor development program at Temple University Ambler, located in Montgomery County. In this course you will learn how to develop lesson plans, develop skills to manage a classroom, create written exams, properly utilize different training aids and learn how to motivate your students.
For more information about this course please contact: