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A GATEWAY ACADEMY
Location: Pocatello High School
(Open to all School District No. 25 students)
Courses are offered based on demand, teacher availability and certification.

The Police, Fire and Emergency Services pathway prepares students for careers in law enforcement, detention, corrections, firefighting, and emergency medical services. Students are expected to participate both academically and physically in class assignments.

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Law Enforcement Pathway

Law Enforcement Pathway

Law Enforcement Courses

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35346 Law Enforcement I - 1 Trimester 2-hour block - PHS 11 12
This course is designed to prepare students for an occupation within the criminal justice or law enforcement fields. Students will study basic criminal investigation techniques, mechanics of search, communications, emergency medical police procedures, rescue and safety, traffic and crowd control, and related scenarios. Sections covered include fitness readiness, intermediate report writing, criminal law and procedure, introduction to self-defense, collision investigation, homeland security, communications, ethics and professionalism. Courses require participation in fitness activities, scenario and field training activities, and class presentations. HP 1802  
 

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35347 Law Enforcement IIA - 2 Trimesters 2-hour block - PHS 11 12
35348 * Law Enforcement IIB
Prerequisite: Law Enforcement I
This course is designed to prepare students for entry into occupations in law enforcement, corrections, or criminal justice. While students will not be able to be certified as police, corrections or criminal justice officers, they will be given the necessary skills to perform basic tasks in the occupation as auxiliary personnel and go on for further training at a postsecondary institution. Sections covered include police procedures, detention procedures, investigative procedures, human relations and communications, fitness readiness, criminal law and procedure, and Idaho Council Code. Courses require participation in fitness activities, scenario and field training activities, and class presentations. HP 1803