In March 2022, Napa Valley College announced a one to two year suspension of the following courses and programs due to significant financial challenges facing the college. The following courses will not be offered until further notice.
- Basic Police Academy
- Adult Corrections Academy
- 832PC Arrest Course
- Requalification Course
This action DOES NOT apply to or have any impact on Administration of Justice (ADMJ) courses, degree programs, or certificate programs.
With the suspension of the Criminal Justice Training Center, the Administration of Justice Department will assume responsibility for presenting a select list of in-service law enforcement training classes effective July 1, 2022. As of this date, the department will be known as the “Department of Criminal Justice Education and Training.”
Students completing the Basic Police Academy receive a POST certificate making them eligible for employment as a police officer. The Law Enforcement Recertification Course renews students’ Basic Police Academy certificate, making them eligible for employment as a police officer. Students completing the Basic Dispatch Course receive a POST certificate making them eligible for employment as a 911 dispatcher. Students completing the Adult Corrections Academy receive an STC certificate making them eligible for employment as a correctional officer in a county facility. Students completing the PC 832 Course receive a POST certificate making them eligible for employment in a variety of law enforcement associated positions in the private or public.
Criminal Justice Education and Training
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2277 Napa Vallejo Highway, 94558, Napa, CA