The criminal justice field and related professions employ millions of people. By earning a degree in criminal justice from Aims, you'll have a huge selection of career options in federal, state and local agencies and the private industry to choose from after you graduate.
Aims full-time Police Academy will run from January – May during the 2020 Spring semester. To apply, click on the "Peace Officer Academy Application" link to the right.
The Academy is open to sponsored and non-sponsored students and will operate on a 5-day per week/8-hour per day schedule. Following successful completion of the Academy students will be eligible to take the certification examination necessary to become a law enforcement officer in Colorado. For further information, please contact the Academy Director Cilff Aims at Clifford.firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-339-6313
The Criminal Justice Program at Aims is committed to providing students with the highest quality of academic and experiential coursework while remaining sensitive and responsive to the educational needs of each student.
The program creates collaborative opportunities through which each student is fully engaged with the acquisition of interdisciplinary knowledge of law and social justice, the development of professional judgment, a deeper understanding of the diverse identities of human beings, and ethical behaviors demanded by the multi-faceted fields of employment within criminal justice – to include corrections, juvenile justice, law enforcement, forensics, social services, victim advocacy, and the private sector.
With the strong skills acquired throughout the program, including critical thinking, effective communication and problem solving, graduates of this program will be competent to compete for entry level positions within criminal justice.
The Aims Basic Peace Officer Academy is approved/accredited by the Colorado POST Board.