Following are important links if you are interested in a law career. When you click on a link, a new window will open with the web site link. These sites are not managed by Fresno City College.
The mission of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center is to serve as the Federal government's leader for and provider of world-class law enforcement training. We prepare new and experienced law enforcement professionals to fulfill their responsibilities in a safe manner and at the highest level of proficiency. We also ensure that training is provided in the most cost-effective manner by taking advantage of economies of scale available only from a consolidated law enforcement training organization.
Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training (MCTFT) has been established for the purpose of providing a unique, tuition-free, in-depth series of courses covering all aspects of counterdrug law enforcement. If you are assigned to a drug task force, drug unit or drug investigation, you may be interested in the tuition free, diverse and state-of-the-art training programs offered by MCTFT.
Multijurisdictional Counterdrug Task Force Training
The mission of the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) is to continually enhance the professionalism of California law enforcement in serving its communities. Recognizing that effective law enforcement is the cornerstone of a free and safe society, POST is committed to a vision of the future that ensures quality, integrity, accountability, and cooperation; encourages new ideas; explores and uses appropriate technologies; and delivers relevant, client-based programs and services.
POST HOME PAGE
The mission of the Board of Corrections is to provide visionary leadership focused on local correctional effectiveness. We bring together leaders in state and local corrections, and the sectors partnering with them or serving them, to jointly explore pivotal corrections issues while modeling and encouraging persistent efforts that bridge the gap between theory and practice. We provide opportunities to develop knowledge on how corrections organizations can be effectively managed across systems that would otherwise be disconnected from one another. These efforts are outcome driven, research based, and designed to inspire mutual innovation, experimentation, and cooperation while optimizing their influence toward positive change.
Board of Corrections
The California Association of Police Training Officers (CAPTO), now a state wide organization, evolved from an informal group of Training Officers who began meeting in 1959 to share instructional ideas, knowledge and materials of common interest and concerns.
California Association of Police Training Officers
Clovis Police Department
The Clovis Police Department proudly serves the citizens of Clovis through a commitment to aggressive crime fighting, fast response times, courteous service, and community involvement. Our department is fortunate to serve a community of nearly 100,000 people that believes “Clovis is a Way of Life,” and is actively involved in a partnership with the department to keep it that way.
Contact Human Resources for job openings: http://www.cityofclovis.com/Employment/Pages/employmentopportunities.aspx
The Mission of the Fresno Police Department is to safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve and to preserve constitutional rights. We recognize and hold sacred the trust and confidence the community has placed in us to maintain a safe city with low levels of crime, violence, disorder and traffic problems. The Fresno Police Department believes that community partnerships and cooperation enhance the quality of police services. By working with other city employees, service organizations, schools, neighborhood groups, businesses and concerned individuals, we can reduce crime and improve the quality of life in Fresno.
Fresno Police Department
The Fresno County Sheriff's Department is a full Service Law Enforcement Agency with a long proud history and tradition of providing professional law enforcement service to the people of Fresno County. The varied law enforcement services include both metropolitan and rural policing. The agency serves a total population of approximately 195,000 residents, which includes contracted police services for the cities of Mendota, Orange Cove, and San Joaquin. The Sheriff's Department patrols more than 6,000 square miles of central California with a diversity of terrain that varies from open farm lands of the western county to rugged mountain peaks of over 11,000 feet to the east in the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
Fresno County Sheriff's Department
Fresno County District Attorney's Office