Dr. Schweizer's Spring 2016 CLASS
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Saturday 30 Jan 16 First Meeting of the semester for agency placements/referrals (Shuler/Acosta)
Saturday 20 Feb 16 Oral boards, homework, practice, clothing, interviews, and related topics (Shuler/Acosta)
Saturday 7 May 16 Job Descriptions, Applications, Background investigations, psychological and written testing, polygraphs or CVSAs.
All paperwork due 7 May 16
SPRING 2016 OFFICE HOURS: Mon 1515-1700/Wed 1515-1615 Also on line
Other hours as arranged. Hours may be cancelled on some days due to other commitments.
Advising also via email.CRIM108-Directed Policing- Recruiting students who will be juniors in Fall 2016. Course requires at least a one year commitment. The first semester of CRIM108 will NOT count towards the internship requirement. Students signing up and who are subsequently disqualified due to background or related suitability problems outlined as disqualifiers in the program description, will receive a NO CREDIT for the course. Registration for CRIM108 requires a permission number. Contact Mr. Neil Dadian (firstname.lastname@example.org) more additional information.
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