Law Enforcement Training
Law Enforcement Academy and short-term training courses are for both local officers
and officers statewide.
The Law Enforcement Academy is a full-time program that trains pre-service recruits that are either putting themselves
through the academy or are employed by a law enforcement agency and being sponsored
by that agency. A series of week-long courses are offered each semester that train
both local officers and attract officers from around California. This training helps
the officers to maintain the required continuing professional education mandated by
the state. The program also contracts with law enforcement agencies to cosponsor training
Information on additional law enforcement courses can be found at the following links:
Christina McMillan, Public Safety Program Technician
Phone: 805-922-6966 ext. 3284
Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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Basic Law Enforcement Academy Student
"I wanted to get into law enforcement. I chose to put myself through the academy to prepare myself better for employment. Allan Hancock College has made a tremendous difference in my life. It has allowed me to create lifelong friendships. [The instructors] encourage us in a traditional manner that is physically challenging, yet they're very concerned about us being educated."
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Video: Basic Law Enforcement Academy recruits David, Christine, and graduate Lt. Shari
Kesler highly recommend AHC's academy.