Law enforcement schools in Wisconsin offer educational training programs to prepare students for careers working in criminal justice facilities such as prisons, jails, penitentiaries, juvenile correctional facilities, and any other location that houses criminal offenders. Law enforcement classes may include the United States Legal System, criminal behavior, delinquent behavior, criminal psychology, ethics, criminology, and government. Law enforcement careers are expected to grow at an average pace until 2018, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Degree options include two-year associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Most programs are offered through community colleges, four-year colleges and universities.
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