Certificate of Proficiency
(15 Semester Credit Hours)
The Certificate of Proficiency in Jail Standards is a course of study that will prepare students for entry-level employment in the detention facility or corrections setting in the State of Arkansas. Students in this course will be provided knowledge and skills required by Arkansas Criminal Detention Standards.
Students who pass a criminal background check (no felony convictions), complete 90%
of all classes and laboratories, and earn a grade of 70% or better will also have
the opportunity to be certified as a "Jailer" by the Arkansas Commission on Law Enforcement
Standards and Training (CLEST).
This certificate of proficiency may be applied to the Technical Certificate in Law Enforcement and the Associate of Applied Science degree with an emphasis in Law Enforcement.
|Course #||Course Name||Hours|
|LE 1003||Introduction to Law Enforcement||3|
|LE 1113||Ethics in Law Enforcement||3|
|LE 2123||Jail Standards||3|
To receive a Certificate of Proficiency, application must be made to the Office of Student Services. Students must be currently enrolled to request a Certificate of Proficiency be awarded.