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This four year course provides the necessary training for students interested in becoming a police officer in today's highly regarded police forces. All aspects of training is covered to provide our cadets with the knowledge and experience to handle any form of violence and criminal activity within the known universe.

Standard courses:

The following are courses that all police cadets must pass in order to graduate a basic level law enforcement officer:
  • Boot Camp
  • Ethics for Police Officers
  • History of Law Enforcement
  • Wearing the Badge
  • Advanced Offensive/Defensive Driving
  • Using the Law Enforcement 'Net
  • Detective Work
  • Forensics and Medical Techniques for Law Enforcement
  • Weapons Training
  • Survival Training
  • On the Beat
  • Crowd Control
  • The Mihoshi Experiment
  • Urban Combat
  • Basic Martial Arts (liason with Faculty of Physical Violence)

Special courses:

Special courses are also available for cadets who are rated in the upper 30% of their group. Cadets who complete all these courses are eligible for advanced courses.
  • S.W.A.T.
  • Water/Sea training
  • Marksmanship Training
  • Piloting
  • Kid Control
  • Advanced Martial Arts (liason with Faculty of Physical Violence)

Advanced courses:

These courses are open only to cadets who completed the special courses training. Upon completion of all advanced courses, cadets graduate with a Lieutenant and are allowed to choose their assignment post.
  • Officer Training
  • Maximising your Investigative Skills
  • WWWA Techniques - Why it's never our fault
  • The Segal art of Splattering the criminal with kitchen appliances

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