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Administration of Justice Overview

Leading Edge Education

Rapidly changing conditions, societal expectations and fear of crime, efforts toward professionalism through nationwide police accreditation programs -- such developments demand that future law enforcement officers be the best educated and well-trained group in U.S. history.

Practical Skills

New River Community College’s Administration of Justice program provides students with the educational credentials necessary to enter police work and serves current officers who wish to upgrade their education for career development and promotion. Most course work required for either of the two different associate of applied science degree options, majors in Police Science and Forensic Science, may be applied to bachelor's degree programs at four-year colleges and universities.

Substantial Opportunity

With over one million full-time officers in the U.S., law enforcement is one of the largest areas of employment in the public sector. The steady increase of nearly 300,000 full-time officers over a twenty-year period shows a positive trend in law enforcement opportunies and supports the statement by police officers, "our business is crime - and our business is always good."

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Not sure which courses you need to take? Talk with an academic advisor for assistance or visit the catalog and choose your program of study.


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ACADEMIC CALENDARS:

Fall 2019 Academic Calendar
Fall 2019 Ten-Week Session Calendar
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Fall 2019 Second 7-Week Session Calendar
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Administration of Justice Contact Information

General questions and requests about the Administration of Justice should be directed to Dennis DuBuc 1-866-462-6722, extension 4471, or (540) 674-3600 extension 4471.
Alternate (540) 674-3607. You may also email ddubuc@nr.edu.

Administration of Justice Faculty

Call (540) 674-3600 or toll-free 1-866-462-6722, then you will be prompted to add the extension number to reach any employee.

D. Joe Davis

 

Adjunct Instructor

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Dennis Dubuc

 

Associate Professor

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