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Law Enforcement and Administration

Law Enforcement and Administration is the field of study that examines the legal and administrative framework of law enforcement, criminal justice, and corrections at the local, state, and federal levels. It explores the bureaucratic, organizational, and theoretical foundations for police, courts, and other criminal justice system components. It examines the various processes and structures involved in the administration of criminal justice including crime analysis, budgetary management, and personnel management. Additionally, it covers the operation of law enforcement agencies including police, parole, and probation; and legal issues associated with arrests, prosecution, trials, sentencing, corrections, and rehabilitation.

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Law Enforcement and Administration under the new curriculum.

  • Police Enforcement Organization and Administration(Inter-Agency Approach)
  • Intro to Industrial Security Concepts
  • Law Enforcement Operations and Planning with Crime Mapping
  • Comparative Models in Policing.
  • CFLM leadership, Decision Making, Management and Administration (coming soon…)
  • CFLM 2- Character Formation, Nationalism and Patriotism
Each of this lesson has a "COMPLETE" button below each content. Simply click the "COMPLETE" button to finish the lesson so you can proceed to the next lesson. Lessons are lock sequentially. You cannot jump from the middle or last lesson on each module.
Yes you can retake the exam. The passing score is 60%.
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