Public Safety Institute At Eastern Florida Now Recruiting For 2016 Law Enforcement Academies
By Suzanne A. Sparling, Eastern Florida State College // June 9, 2016
curriculum consists of 770 hours of instruction
ABOVE VIDEO: The Law Enforcement Academy at Eastern Florida State College partners with the Brevard Police Testing & Selection Center (BPTC) to select students for Academy classes. The BPTC performs all testing and screening because Academy applicants must first take the Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (CJBAT), a requirement of the State of Florida to enter any law enforcement academy. ( BCSO Video)
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – The Public Safety Institute at Eastern Florida State College is now recruiting for its remaining 2016 Law Enforcement Academies. The scheduled start dates are July 25, September 1 and November 28.
Law enforcement academy curriculum consists of 770 hours of instruction and includes physical fitness, firearms, defensive tactics, emergency vehicle operations and first aid training.
Due to the high demand for law enforcement training and class size requirements, placement is limited. Although Eastern Florida State College staff do all they can to accommodate students, placement in the desired academy class is not guaranteed.
Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible and work to meet all academy selection requirements, increasing the odds of getting into the class of choice.
For more information, please call the Brevard Police Testing and Selection Center at 321-433-5638 or 321-433-5640, or CLICK HERE for more details.
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