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Program Highlights

In our Criminal Justice program you will:

  • Engage in real-life, complex scenarios dealing with criminal investigation and emergency response.
  • Partner with local law enforcement and homeland security professionals to learn strategies on keeping our community safe.
  • Develop your mind and body using advanced self-defense tactics and fitness training based on formal police training.
  • ​​Recreate and analyze historical court cases that have redefined how criminal justice procedures work in the United States.
  • ​Practice the skills (as well as attend a national conference) of forensic science including: polygraphs, ballistics and interviewing.

What You Can Learn

Background Investigation // Crime Scene Investigation // Criminology // Ethics // Fingerprinting // Juvenile Justice // Patrol Procedure Exercises // Procedures // Professionalism // Report Writing // Tactical Scenario Training // Theoretical Roots of Crime

What You Can Become

(with additional education and training)
Correctional Counselor // Correctional Officer // Drug Abuse Counselor // Federal Agent // Fish and Game Warden // Juvenile Probation Officer // Lawyer // Paralegal // Parole Agent // Police Officer // US Marshall

What You Can Earn

7 Credits for 2 College Courses in This Pathway // Healthcare Provider CPR & AED Certification // National Incident Management System (NIMS) Certification // Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Certification // OSHA 10-Hour Card // Year II Students Earn their STOP THE BLEED Certification

Gail Beaudoin


With CRTC since 2017. 32+ years in law enforcement on the Chelmsford, Ma. Police Department, retiring at the rank of Lieutenant/Shift Commander. Duties included; patrol, crime prevention, detective, bicycle unit, boat patrol as well as traffic and safety.

BS in Criminal Justice, UMass Lowell 1983 as well as MA Public Administration:Criminal Justice University of Massachusetts at Lowell, 1992.

​Other Interests:
I am very active in my community, especially with issues dealing the elderly and those individuals suffering from diseases such as Alzheimers and Drug Addiction. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my husband and children. Every year my husband and I travel on motorcycle to a part of the country and Canada that we have never been to. In addition, I also teach for the Massachusetts Police Traning Council as well as being an adjunct professor at the University of Massachusetts @ Lowell.


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