CRIMINAL JUSTICE – #8702/#8703
- One-year program to prepare students for many of the exciting, challenging, and rewarding careers in the criminal justice field
- Exposure to high energy and high-tech environments filled with constant challenges and service commitments
- Local, state, federal, and private sector industry professionals provide classroom presentations and hands-on opportunities
- Earn six dual enrollment credits with Thomas Nelson Community College
PREREQUISITES: Students enrolling in this program must possess a minimum GPA of 2.0 and have successfully completed English 10 with a grade of “C” or above.
CAMPUS LOCATION: Butler Farm, Hampton and Woodside Lane, Newport News
SESSIONS: A.M. and P.M.
CLASS SIZE: 20 students
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS: Skills USA
|Student Organization Fee||$17.00|
|Uniform – Shirt (Optional)||$20.00|
INSTRUCTOR: Butler Farm: Jeff Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org (757)766-1100 ext. 3387
United States Marine Corps and Reserves Veteran
Worked as a Jet Mechanic for the Government
Holds a BA from Hampton University and an MBA from Averett University
More than 24 years as a law enforcement professional to include Uniform Patrol, Vice Narcotics, Crime Prevention, and Property and Robbery/Homicide Investigations
Commanded Uniform Patrol Units and the Property Crimes Unit, Homeland Security Unit and Hostage/Crisis Negotiations Team
Certified as a General instructor and Crime Prevention Specialist (CPS) through the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS). He served as a Hostage/Crisis Negotiator for sixteen years
Lead instructor for The Hampton Regional Criminal Justice Training Academy (HRCJTA) Hostage/Crisis Negotiation School
Served as an adjunct professor at Hampton University and Everest College.
Criminal Justice Instructor at the New Horizons CTE Butler Farm campus since August 2016
Criminal Justice Woodside Lane Campus
INSTRUCTOR: Woodside Lane: Alfreada Kelly, email@example.com (757)874-4444 ext. 5541
Alfreada Brown-Kelly is a professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice and an author of poetry who lives in Hampton, VA. Ms. Brown-Kelly is a graduate of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, LA and Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. She received her M.A. from Old Dominion University in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice. She has also published two journal articles with Hampton University colleagues and undergraduate students as co-authors. Additionally, Alfreada is the author of 6 books, Transformation of The Mind, Body & Soul, The Skin I Am in and My Thoughts and Prayers); a woman’s anthology (Why Women Weep)and Decrees and Declarations of Authenticity and Men Cry Too. Ms. Brown-Kelly is a sexual assault responder and a domestic violence advocate in Hampton and Newport News, VA and a member of the Hampton Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Newport News Police Dept.
Hampton Sheriff’s Dept.
Fort Eustis Police Dept.
East Coast Polytechnic Institute (ECPI/ Criminal Justice Dept)
Newport News Juvenile Probation Dept.
Hampton Roads Regional Criminal Justice Academy
Circuit Court of Appeals Virginia ,Judge Rick Atlee