Law Enforcement Skills Certificate
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College offers a comprehensive Law Enforcement Skills Training program. Certificate requirements and course information are subject to change. Students should consult with the Law Enforcement Program Coordinator or an advisor/counselor when registering for courses. Each student works with Coordinator of the Law Enforcement Program to plan a course schedule.
To receive more information about the Law Enforcement Skills Certificate, contact:
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
2101 14th Street
Cloquet, MN 55720
Check out this short video featuring Law Enforcement Program Coordinator and Instructor Wade Lamirande sharing something that is “Nice to Know” about our program.
Here is another short video about our fantastic Emergency First Responder course at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.
Law Enforcement Skills Certificate Required Courses
The current degree program planner checklist of required courses is available for viewing and printing here.
Degree requirements and course are subject to change. Students should consult with an advisor/counselor when registering for courses.
FDLTCC’s law enforcement program is intended to prepare students to successfully pass the Minnesota Peace Standards and Training (POST) board examination. Most other states retain some form of academy training followed by certification of the individual officer. Minnesota requires those aspiring to work in law enforcement to complete an educational program and pass a state board exam. Licensing itself only occurs when eligible candidates are appointed to a peace officer position and certain selection standards are met. Licensing is a cooperative process between the POST Board, the hiring agency and the candidate (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/licensing/Pages/default.aspx). In some cases state agencies allow people with peace officer experience from another state to meet licensure requirements by taking a reciprocity exam. If you are considering work in a state other than Minnesota, please contact the relevant state licensing agency to determine if there are reciprocity exams available.