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BLEA & COA Curricula


Current

BLEA 720 Hour Core Block Syllabus 12-2016.pdf (Updated: 12-2016)

Basic Law Enforcement Equivalency Academy Syllabus (Updated: 8-2017)

Previous

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (720 HR)

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (BLEA) 440 Hour 1997-2000

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (BLEA) 720 Hour Jan 2000-Jun 2000

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (BLEA 509-549) 720 Hour Apr 2000-Sep 2002

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (BLEA 550-553) 720 Hour May 2002-Jan 2003

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (BLEA 554-638) 720 Hour Sep 2002-Feb 2009

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (BLEA 655-667) 720 Hour Sep 2009-Oct 2010

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Syllabus (BLEA 689-699) 720 Hour Jan 2013-Apr 2014

Basic Law Enforcement Equivalency Academy Syllabus (80 HR) (Updated: 11-25-05)

Basic Law Enforcement Equivalency Academy Syllabus (80 HR On-Line) 2012-2014

Basic Law Enforcement Reserve Academy Syllabus (220 HR) (2001-2007)

Basic Law Enforcement Reserve Academy Syllabus (220 HR) (2008)

Basic Law Enforcement Academy Reserve Syllabus (232 HR) (2009)

Corrections Academy Syllabus (160 HR) (Updated: 4-10-07)

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College Credits

The Community College’s listed below have opted to offer credits for the BLEA. The CJTC does not endorse any particular education program, please contact them directly for any information you may need. You are always welcome to contact any college of your choosing, these are just who’ve reviewed our curriculum.

 

  • Centralia Community College: Tadd Belden (360) 736-9391, x-8176 or email at: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Centralia College offers a "Crosswalk" degree program for BLEA & WSP graduates throughout Washington State. Through this program, they offer 45 of 90 credits required to complete their Associate of Technical Arts degree in Criminal Justice degree through their fully online degree program. The Centralia College "Crosswalk" program is unique in Washington State.  No other college or university in our state awards working Peace Officers 45 credits for BLEA or WSP academy training and one year of work experience at no cost or expense. In addition, Peace Officers that have completed credits through other colleges or universities may apply these credits to our degree program as well, especially if these credits are in Criminal Justice, Math, English Composition, or Human Relations coursework. In summary, you can now complete a two-year degree in Criminal Justice via online classes at Centralia College in just 4-quarters (1 year) or less. Click here to view the "Crosswalk" Educational Planner; each course that has the (Crosswalk) designation next to it is a class Peace Officers are awarded credit for already completing through academy training. Students must only complete those courses which are labeled (Required). All of their required courses are offered in an online format.

 

  • Highline Community College: Steve Lettic (206) 592-3422 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The Criminal Justice program at Highline offers 20 credits through our Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) program that are transcripted courses for graduates of the BLEA and Corrections academies. PLA credits are only $140 for the entire 20 credits! They are also potentially eligible for an additional 10 credits through our work study program.  The remainder of the AAS or AA can be completed online. More information can be found on our website https://justice.highline.edu/programs/prior-learning-assessment/

 

  • Shoreline Community College: Linda Forst (206) 546-4781 or email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it The Criminal Justice program at Shoreline CC will award 30 credits (2 quarters) for the AAAS degree (this is the professional-technical program- not transfer) for the education / learning  that takes place in the academy. They will award 20 credits for the Criminal Justice transfer degree.


Rev 04/2018