LAW ENFORCEMENT CAREER TRAINING AT SPC
The Law Enforcement Academy gives you the training you need to pass the Florida Department of Law Enforcement State Officer Certification Examination and become a police officer. SPC’s Southeastern Public Safety Institute is an approved FDLE training center and uses the curriculum of the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC).
CORRECTIONS CAREER TRAINING AT SPC
The Corrections Academy provides the training you need to pass the Florida Department of Law Enforcement State Certification Examination and become a correctional officer. You can serve in local sheriffs’ departments, Florida Department of Corrections facilities and private correctional companies. Our academy is held at our FDLE approved training center and uses the curriculum of the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission (CJSTC).
Exemption from Training (EOT) at SPC
BECOME A POLICE OR CORRECTIONS OFFICER IN FLORIDA
Our Exemption from Training (EOT) Academy is for out-of-state officers, federal officers, military personnel and previously certified Florida officers with a break of service of more than four years. (See Florida Statutes 943.131(2) and Florida Administrative Code 11B-35.009(4)(5).) This EOT Academy exempts you from having to complete the full basic recruit academy and qualifies you to sit for the Florida State Officer Certification Examination (SOCE).
TELECOMMUNICATIONS CAREER TRAINING AT SPC
911 DISPATCHERS ARE IN DEMAND
Public safety telecommunicators in 911 call centers are in critical need in local agencies, which are actively seeking qualified applicants. As a police, fire, and emergency medical services dispatcher, you play a critical role and are the first point of contact with the public in emergency situations.
The Public Safety Telecommunication Certificate program at St. Petersburg College gives you the expertise to perform this job and fill the job gaps in Pinellas County.
Representing 13 Law Enforcement Agencies in Pinellas County
* Although fully utilizing PASS, the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office and St. Petersburg Police Department require direct application for the facilitation of an agency specific background assessment.