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…federal law enforcement, judicial processes, corrections and security services. The criminal justice systems’ role within the society will be explored. Emphasis is on criminal justice systems, criminology, juvenile justice, criminal

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…the criminal justice program at Robeson Community College, please contact the program director Rudy Lockear at (910) 272-3480 or rudlocklear@robeson.edu. Twelve-week, completely online classes in criminal justice begin September 14….

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Located in Building 11, the faculty and staff of the Criminal Justice Technologies Department are available to assist you with your academic needs while at Robeson Community College. Please do…

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…Applied Science Degree, Radiography Taneshia Monik Smith, Associate in Applied Science Degree, Criminal Justice Technology Christein Rose Spivey, Associate in Applied Science Degree, Criminal Justice Technology Hunter Lee Streets, Associate…

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Develop an understanding of the Law Enforcement system while exploring endemic and emerging issues in the field. Study Criminal Justice Technology, Applied Science, Corrections Essentials, Court Foundations and more to…

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…law enforcement officers with state, county, and municipal governments or with private enterprise. Students successfully completing training can earn up to 20 credit hours toward a Criminal Justice Degree.  …

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…having earned a master of science in criminal justice and law enforcement administration. Lowery earned his undergraduate degrees from Methodist College, where he double majored in criminal justice and sociology….

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The Department of Institutional Services is responsible for RCC Campus Safety and Security as well as emergency response at Robeson Community College….

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Rudy Locklear, the director of the Criminal Justice program and Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy at Robeson Community College, was recently re-appointed to the NC Criminal Justice Training Standards Commission…

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…time and are starting a new path in their life.” Rudy T. Locklear, the director of the BLET and criminal justice programs at RCC said during the ceremony, “We are…

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…Why are second chances important? According to the Charles Koch Institute, our criminal justice system should provide both accountability and redemption, which necessitates second chances for individuals with criminal records….

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…complete the BLET program can receive credit for 4 classes which can be used to pursue an associate’s degree in criminal justice. Those classes are CJC 131 Criminal Law, CJC…

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…Sweat, who plans to stay close to home after graduation. “I will be majoring in criminal justice…. I plan to pursue a career in Alcohol Law Enforcement.” Arizona Carter will…

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…contest received a $75 gift card. The winners are: 1st Place – BLET/Criminal Justice This photo featured a police lineup of some of the RCC Police Department’s most wanted –…

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The Criminal Justice and Basic Law Enforcement Training programs at Robeson Community College received an early Christmas present this year. The division received brand-new equipment that will be used during…

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The Global Distinction program at Robeson Community College will host a lecture by Dr. Gabriela Valdivia titled “Another World Possible: Environmental Justice and Latin America.” Dr. Gabriela Valdivia is a…

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The Office of Institutional Planning & Research provides leadership and direction for all college-wide planning, assessment, compliance, and research activities to ensure continuous improvement, growth, and accreditation compliance with the…

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…Intro to Criminal Justice Juvenile Justice Public Speaking Spreadsheet Principles of Microeconomics Child, Family, and Community Writing and Inquiry Writing/Research in the Disc British Literature II American History I American…

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…through the CCP program include: Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Business Administration Certified Production Technician College Transfer Cosmetology Criminal Justice Technology Cyber Security Pathway Early Childhood Associate Electrical Systems Technology…

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…Transfer: Teacher Preparation Cosmetology Criminal Justice Technology Cyber Security Pathway Early Childhood Associate Electrical Systems Technology Emergency Medical Science Fire Technology Gaming Pathway HVAC Industrial Systems Technology Information Technology Law…

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…Physiology I Introduction to Business Introduction to Computers Basic PC Literacy Intro to Criminal Justice Juvenile Justice Ethics & Comm Relations Victimology Investigative Principles Info Sys Business Concepts Intro to…

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…Refrigeration – Business Administration – Certified Production Technician – College Transfer – Cosmetology – Criminal Justice Technology – Cyber Security Pathway – Early Childhood Associate – Electrical Systems Technology –…

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Criminal Justice Technology Cyber Security Pathway Early Childhood Associate Electrical Systems Technology EKG Emergency Medical Science Fire Technology Gaming Pathway HVAC Industrial Systems Technology Information Technology Law & Justice Mechatronic…

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…associate’s degree in criminal justice. Those classes are CJC 131 Criminal Law, CJC 132 Court Procedure & Evidence, CJC 221 Investigative Principles, and CJC 231 Constitutional Law. “There has never…

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…to pursue an associate’s degree in criminal justice. Those classes are CJC 131 Criminal Law, CJC 132 Court Procedure & Evidence, CJC 221 Investigative Principles, and CJC 231 Constitutional Law….

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…is a 40-hour training program designed specifically for individuals working in law enforcement and criminal justice. “CIT programs are initiatives at the local level,” said Hinson. “These programs are designed…

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…degrees. Those students are: Tammy Lynette Bell – Criminal Justice Melicent Leigh Carter – Respiratory Therapy Jose Eduardo Garcia Vergara – BLET Tierra Cheyenne Locklear – EMS Dacarius Andrell McKeithan…

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criminal justice and basic law enforcement. On Thursday, Timothy Bryant talks about the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration program at RCC, you’ll hear briefly from 2022 Graduate Malinda Locklear who…

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…with Rudy Locklear who will share insights about apprenticeship opportunities in Criminal Justice and Basic Law Enforcement. Thursday, June 9 Timothy Bryant talks about the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration…

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…directly to the workforce. The Forensics camp for example, gave students a glimpse of what it would be like to work in law enforcement and criminal justice. Students ended the…

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…to BSN RIBN, RN to BSN, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and RIBN. Being located in the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and along the Blue Ridge Parkway, Lees-McRae…

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…her own office and a competitive salary. Jewell is continuing her studies at UNC Pembroke as a double major in Criminal Justice and Sociology. Lena Franks Jacob Lewis Jewell Wilkley…

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…classes available.” Some of the late start classes include basic law enforcement, criminal justice courses, college transfer offerings, accounting and business-related courses, early childhood education electives, and an EMS bridging…

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…Heath, who is 50 years old, will receive an associate’s degree in criminal justice, while Cameron, age 19, will receive an associate of science degree. Cameron is dually enrolled in…

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…Seats remain in exciting programs such as simulation and game technology; culinary arts program; baking and pastry arts; university transfer, welding; electrical systems; mechatronics; criminal justice; emergency medical science; early…

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…course target, 100 sets of firing range ear and eye protection, and 1000 firing range targets. The donation was accepted by Rudy T. Locklear, director of the BLET and criminal

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…to geography, work schedules or other life circumstances, RCC’s online education options provide a path to a better work/life balance. Programs Available Online Associate in Arts Business Administration Criminal Justice

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…II and Superheroes of Today law enforcement / EMS / Fire Science Camp this week,” Rudy Locklear, the RCC director of criminal justice and BLET, wrote in a post on…

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…class I needed at the time,” said Alexis, who enrolled in a criminal justice course at the college. “I really liked it; the teachers were really good.” Alexis plans on…

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…Mention – Largest increase by headcount: Criminal Justice Technology and Business Administration Workforce Development and Continuing Education Program Achievement Emergency Medical Services Workforce Development Fire & Rescue Training Program Excellence…

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…college transfer courses, RCC will also be accepting enrollments for career and technical programs such as mechatronics, accounting, criminal justice, emergency medical science, BLET, business administration, medical office administration, and…

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…following options are available to assist in making a compliant. Criminal Reporting: If the alleged harassment/discrimination is criminal in nature, a report should be made to the local police department…

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FOR CLASS OFFERINGS, PLEASE SEE “SCHEDULE” TAB BELOW The Nurse Aide curriculum will prepare you to work under the supervision of licensed nursing professionals in performing nursing care and services…

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…Carolina Association Chiefs of Police during its 2022 Regional Meeting for Region VI. Present were officers from more than 15 agencies including Holden Beach PD, Hamlet PD, North Carolina Justice

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Due to COVID-19, we will be conducting our New Student Orientation sessions primarily online but we will have face-to-face options available for those individuals who need assistance. After you register…

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HEERF III: The American Rescue Plan (ARP) included additional COVID-19 relief for institutions of higher education. This new COVID stimulus bill included $40 billion, available through September 30, 2023, for…

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The Associate Degree Nursing curriculum provides knowledge, skills, and strategies to integrate safety and quality into nursing care, to practice in a dynamic environment, and to meet individual needs which…

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The Surgical Technology curriculum prepares individuals to assist in the care of the surgical patient in the operating room and to function as a member of the surgical team. Students…

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…Corrections Adult Corrections & Juvenile Justice (Two separate divisions) Ashe County Onslow County Durham PD Cary PD Dunn PD Fayetteville PD Hoke County Laurinburg PD Bladen County Robeson County Lumberton…

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Career and College Promise provides seamless dual enrollment educational opportunities for eligible North Carolina high school students in order to accelerate completion of college certificates, diplomas, and associate degrees that…

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…Law and Justice, Certified Production Technician, HVAC, and Firefighter Technology. “There are over 300 jobs available in this county with manufacturers seeking teammates, they cannot fill,” Steven Hunt, Vice President…

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…lawyer and through his civic involvement, Pierce fought for education, equality, and justice for all people. In 1978, he became the first director of Lumbee River Legal Services, known today…

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…Paramedic courses have additional expenses and fees for uniforms, criminal background checks, drug testing, immunizations, fit testing, tuberculosis screening, clinical site transportation, and liability and health insurance. All fees must…

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…so that individuals and businesses can have the knowledge, the resources, and the tools available to protect themselves from criminals. “Cybercriminals want to cause maximum damage,” said RCC President Melissa…

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…more likely to aid in job generation. High school graduates have a longer life expectancy. It has been shown that high school graduates are less likely to engage in criminal

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