Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

New York City, the most populous city in the United States with over 8 million people residing in its 5 boroughs, and approximately 55 million annual visitors, keeping the people safe is a formidable task for our law enforcement agencies.

As a certified New York State Training Academy by the Division of Criminal Justice Services, we provide specialized training for NYPD, Department of Corrections, and other law enforcement agencies. We offer professional development training to criminal justice professionals to meet any emerging issues, new approaches to policing and career advancement opportunities.

CUSTOMIZED PROGRAMS

Lt. Jack Cambria of the NYPD Hostage Negotiation Team, and instructor for the EDP program talking a distraught man off the ledge of the AMC movie theater in Times Square on 10/16/14.
(Bottom left) Lt. Jack Cambria of the NYPD Hostage Negotiation Team,
and John Jay adjunct talking an emotionally distressed person off the
ledge of the AMC movie theater in Times Square on 10/16/14.

By leveraging the resources of our distinguished faculty and subject matter experts in the field of criminal justice, Professional Studies is able to create innovative curricula based on the needs of the organization to support their goals and objectives. Available programs include:

  • Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training 
  • Mental Health First Aid for Public Safety 
  • Basic Course for Peace Officers
  • New York State mandated annual recertification
  • Peace Officer Firearms (coming soon)

 

 

 

For more information on customized law enforcment training for your agency, please contact:

Fern Chan, Director
sfchan@jjay.cuny.edu

Tiesha Rembert, Associate Director
trembert@jjay.cuny.edu