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Premium member Presentation Transcript Palm Bay High School: Academy of Law and Public Safety: Palm Bay High School: Academy of Law and Public Safety Director Damian Wilson Mr. Jim Morrison Ms. Jasmin Baez Ms. Carrie SaylesMission Statement: Mission Statement To enable students to be prepared for careers in law, government and public safety, while having a positive effect on their community, county, state and country, for the betterment of mankindCareers in Law: Careers in Law Lawyer, Criminal Justice Criminology Probation Officer Court ReporterCareers in Law Enforcement: Careers in Law Enforcement Detective Patrol Officer Criminologist F.B.I. D.E.A. Secret Service Corrections Homeland SecurityCareers in Public Service: Careers in Public Service Federal, State and Local Governments Teacher Firefighter Military ServiceClass Trips: Class Trips Freshmen- visits to the local government and judicial facilities Sophomores- trip to state capitol, Tallahassee, to learn about the Florida judicial system and legislative process. Juniors- trip to nation’s capitol, Washington D.C., to learn about our federal government Seniors- crime scene investigations, special graduation ceremony and project/trip.Competitions : Competitions Mock Trial Research: This is a competition where you take attorney and witness roles and try a case against other school. You are coached by attorneys from the local Bar Association. There is circuit, state, and national competitions. Model Student Senate: This is a competition that allows students to become an actual U.S. Senator and pass major legislation. Students gain an understanding of the legislative process and develop public speaking skills. Moot Court: This is an appellate brief writing competition. If you win, you and your partner get and all expense paid trip to Tallahassee to argue the case before the Florida Supreme Court.High School Credit Classes include: : High School Credit Classes include: Recommend classes Comprehensive law studies: 9th grade This is a pre-academy class students are recommended to take. Students learn about the American legal system and are provided with a comprehensive examination of the civil and criminal justice systems. Students taking this course are given preference in applying to the Academy.High School Credit Classes include: : High School Credit Classes include: Required Classes Criminal Justice Operations I: 10th grade This course is designed to introduce students to the fields of law enforcement, law (Bill of Rights, Federal Constitution, and State Constitution), the court system, and the correctional system. Criminal Justice Operations II: 11th grade This course is designed to develop competencies to further increase the students’ knowledge of the legal system and in the areas of patrol, traffic control, defensive tactics and other skills. Criminal Justice Operations 12th grade This course is designed to develop competencies in crime and accident investigations, forensic science tasks, and crime prevention and control procedures.College Credit : College Credit Successful completion of the following high school credit classes required for the Academy can get you 12 advanced standing college credits from Brevard Community College (BCC): Criminal Justice Operations I Criminal Justice Operations II Criminal Justice Operations IIIOptional Academy Classes : Optional Academy Classes BCC Dual Enrollment Classes- one semester each American Criminal Justice Philosophical and historical background of criminal justice agencies, evaluating their purpose, functional, administration, and related programs. Criminal Investigations Provides education theory in the fundamentals of investigation, including procedures dealing with part one felony crimes, techniques of collections, preservation and transportation of evidence. Criminology In-depth examination of crime and criminal and criminality in our society. Drugs, Alcohol & Crime Examination of the use and abuse of alcohol and drugs, emphasizing psychological effects and social aspects in relation to control measures and public safety.Summary: Summary The Robert L. Donaldson Academy of Law and Public safety at Palm Bay High School: Provides a three year program designed to prepare students for their role as a citizen in a democracy Provides students with a wide range of opportunities in Law & Public Safety. Prepares you for the real world.Academy of Law and Public Safety: Academy of Law and Public Safety Damian Wilson, Director email@example.com The Robert L. Donaldson, Sr. Academy of Law & Public Safety Palm Bay High School 101 Pirate Lane, Melbourne, FL 32901 Direct Line: 321/952.5900 x 5202, Fax: 321/676.2891 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.