• Criminal Justice Technology is an instructional program designed for students interested in investigating careers as criminal lawyers, federal agents, police officers, civilian police personnel, firefighters and EMT, corrections officers, or private security. This course will introduce students to various public safety agencies and provide the students with the recommended path to pursue their desired career choice. The course is designed to introduce the students to developing employability skills, critical thinking skills, and develop and understanding of criminal laws and procedures. Students will be trained in active shooter response, use of force, and all students will be trained in CPR/First Aid and AED.  The students will receive training in traffic control, cultural diversity, and team building.  Students will be challenged to analyze current events, ethical dilemmas and will be expected to participate in discussions relating to these topics.  Students will learn about police traffic enforcement and laws established in the Michigan Motor Vehicle Code.  Proper traffic stop techniques, crime scene investigation, and report writing scenarios will be conducted.