Wilmington University’s new Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) will soon offer customized professional development and training to law enforcement professionals in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and New Jersey. Housed at WilmU’s new Brandywine location, the CJI will provide opportunities to professionals who wish to receive training close to home and save on travel costs.
CJI Director Dr. Raymond Carr and Associate Director Scott Duffey will offer one-day to one-week specific courses that are based on individual needs or the needs of the community. Participants will be able to alert CJI staff to their immediate needs as well, and instructors will create customized programs. Professionals can also consider training in the following areas:
- Active Shooter Training (For Business Personnel, Educators or Students)
- Cyber Security
- Child Exploitation
- Violent Crimes
- Constable Training
- Homicide Basics
- High School Safety
- Emergency/Mass Casualty Preparedness
- Penetration (Vulnerability) Assessment
Dr. Carr, a certified police instructor, worked in law enforcement for 36 years and retired recently from the FBI, where he supervised a violent crimes task force that investigated criminal behaviors involving drugs, terrorism, violent and white-collar crimes and public corruption. Duffey is also a certified police instructor and retired FBI agent. He served at the bureau’s Baltimore division for 22 years and as a supervisory agent at the FBI’s Wilmington (Delaware) office.
The CJI is expected to begin sessions in May, with a goal to provide relevant training to law enforcement professionals and service to the community.
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