Criminal Justice – Probation Officer Option DepartmentsArts & Sciences Associate of Arts Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathway (OGTP) to an Associate of Arts in Business Associate of Science Business Accounting Certificate Business Management – Accelerated Business Management (ASAP) Business Management – [Degree & Certificate] Business Management – Accounting Option Business Management – Agribusiness Option Business Management – Human Resource Management Option Business Management – Marketing Media Business Management – Real Estate Option Business Management – Supply Chain/Logistics Management Option Office Administration Degree Office Administration [Medical Option] Engineering Electrical Engineering Technology Robotics & Automation Engineering Technology Degree Electrical Engineering Technology – Alternative Energy Option Mechanical Engineering Technology Healthcare Coding & Reimbursement [Option Within HIT] Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) Exercise Science [Certificate] HIT – Clinical Health Informatics Health Information Technology (HIT) Medical Assisting Certificate Medical Billing and Coding [Certificate] Medical Laboratory Technology Nurse Aide Training (STNA) [External Certification] Nursing RN Advanced Standing (LPN, Paramedic, Military Medic) to RN Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) Phlebotomy/ Medical Laboratory Assistant [Certificate] Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) Radiologic Technology (RT) Respiratory Therapy (RRT) Surgical Technology Information Technology CIT – Cyber Security IT External Certification CIT – Software Development Technology [Degree & Certificate] CIT – Networking Option CIT – Networking Certificate CIT – Web Development [Certificate] Public Service Criminal Justice Criminal Justice – Probation Officer Option Human and Social Services – Addiction Studies Option [Degree and Certificate] Human & Social Services Law Enforcement Degree Helpful LinksApply Co-Ops & Internships Scholarships Tuition & Fees Program Description The Program – Criminal Justice – Probation Officer Develop basic skills and instincts for work in law enforcement and corrections; understand the various components of and countermeasures for criminal behavior and activity; apply Ohio law to various situations; integrate technology into law enforcement work. Your Degree Two-year full-time degree schedule; the curriculum is a mixture of criminology and forensic science courses and studies in communications, information technology, and field experience internship courses; the program can be completed on a part-time basis. What you’ll learn Demonstrate an understanding of basic law enforcement skills, criminal justice techniques, and problem-solving methodologies. Describe and apply current laws (federal, state, and municipal) to various situations involving crimes and/or civil offenses. Apply learned information, concepts, and theories to successfully investigate crime/accident scenes. Demonstrate the appropriate use of first aid, especially first aid that may be required of a first responder. Develop the skills necessary to successfully conduct interviews and interrogations, as well as pre-sentence investigations. Use appropriate technology to conduct investigations and to communicate with other agencies having a common interest in law enforcement. Demonstrate the effective use of public speaking skills in areas related to criminal justice (oral presentations, suspect interrogations, victim interviews, courtroom testimony, and public relations). Understand the roles of various public agencies in the social welfare community and how probation plays an integral role in the criminal justice system. Apply learned information, concepts, and theories to successfully deal with offenders addicted to controlled substances, including recognizing addiction and making proper referrals for treatment. Master evidence-based probation practices. Prepare for state certification in the Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS). Career Opportunities Probation/Parole Officer Police Officer Diversion Officer Corrections Officer Jailer Court Officer Juvenile Center Manager Crime Scene Investigator Private Investigator Deputy Sheriff Private Security Officer Dispatcher Fingerprint Technician State Highway Patrol Trooper Check out more career choices at Career Coach. Application Process MTC Application for Admission and the nonrefundable application fee. Final high school transcript (or GED results) and college transcripts (if applicable). Successful completion of the Basic Skills Assessment (ACCUPLACER) and Technology Skills Test (TST) is required. Any college foundation courses recommended by placement results are also required. For More Information, Contact: Admission Office Marion Technical College 1467 Mt. Vernon Ave. Marion, OH 43302 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 740.389.4636 Degree Curriculum Faculty Sorry no post found.