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The US Criminal Justice system is a complex web of interconnected authorities, facilities, issues and concerns. One of the most important facets of criminal justice is the Corrections System that houses, monitors and reintegrates individuals – adults and juveniles – under supervision of the law. The criminal laws and penal system that determine corrections requirements, the various stresses on the largest corrections system in the world here in the US as well as the various issues, concerns and considerations for rehabilitating and reintegrating individuals back into society require a fundamental understanding of the entire system in order to successfully take on the roles and responsibilities of professionals working in the Corrections system. High school diploma or GED equivalency required. You have 6 months to complete the program. For more information contact Candice Moore@866-217-8931.
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Distance Learning (online classes)
Career and Technical Center@ Hull 13900 Hull Street road, Midlothian, VA 23832