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Dover Post
  • Delaware Tech, state police honor graduating class of law enforcement option

  • Delaware Technical Community College and the Delaware State Police Academy honored the first graduating class of the new criminal justice/law enforcement option May 8 at the police academy in Dover.
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  • Delaware Technical Community College and the Delaware State Police Academy honored the first graduating class of the new criminal justice/law enforcement option May 8 at the police academy in Dover.
    The law enforcement option, an associate degree program, is a two-way articulation that provides Delaware Tech students and graduates of the academy advanced standing opportunities. If accepted for employment by the Delaware State Police or a Delaware municipal policy agency, graduates of the program may be eligible to receive up to eight weeks credit at the Police Training Academy and reduced time in the academy from 22 weeks to 14 weeks.
    In addition, any graduate of the academy that wants to get an A.A.S. degree in criminal justice will only need to attend the college full time for three semesters instead of four.
    The graduates will receive their associate in applied science (A.A.S.) degree in criminal justice/law enforcement option in formal commencement ceremonies at Delaware Tech campuses on May 20-22.

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