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					annual report

THE NORTH CAROLINA JUSTICE ACADEMY / JULY 1, 2002 - JUNE 30, 2003

Table of Contents
Executive Summary ........................................................................................................1 Mission Statement ........................................................................................................... 3 The Staff North Carolina Justice Academy Organizational Chart .............................7 North Carolina Justice Academy Staff .............................................................. 9 Personnel Changes ............................................................................................... 11 The Training Community Policing Center .............................................................................. 15 Investigation Center ............................................................................................. 19 Legal Center ............................................................................................................. 21 Management & Supervision Center .............................................................. 22 Specialized Instructor/Tactical/Technical Center ..................................... 23 Specialized Sheriffs’ Center ............................................................................... 27 Traffic Center .......................................................................................................... 29 Epilogue Technical Assistance Technical Assistance Report ............................................................................. 33 Alumni Association Alumni Association Report ............................................................................... 37 Operations & Support Instructional Support Services ........................................................................ 41 Computer Services ....................................................................................... 41 Graphics, Design & Print Shop ................................................................. 42 Video Production .......................................................................................... 42 Multimedia/Web Page ................................................................................ 43 Learning Resource Center .......................................................................... 44 Audio-Visual Center ..................................................................................... 45 Research Unit Report ........................................................................................... 46 Campus Operations Report .............................................................................. 48 Training Report Student Population from North Carolina Counties (Map) ..................... 51 Counties Served by Academy Training ........................................................ 53 State Agencies Served by Academy Training ............................................ 68 Out-of-State Agencies Served by Academy Training ............................. 71 Federal Agencies Served by Academy Training ....................................... 77 International Agencies Served by Academy Training ............................ 79 Overall Summary ................................................................................................... 79 Students Trained in Academy Courses ........................................................ 80

Outside Agency Students Trained in NCJA Courses ............................. 81 Number of Students Trained in NCJA Courses ....................................... 82 Number of Students Trained on NCJA Campuses ................................. 83 Number of Criminal Justice Personnel Impacted by NCJA Courses & Facilities .......................................................................... 84 Courses Offered by Academy Staff ............................................................. 85 Courses Offered by Other Agencies ............................................................ 93 Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission and Sheriffs’ Education & Training Standards Commission-Mandated Courses .................................................................. 96 Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Project .......................................................... 97 Terrorism Preparedness Training ................................................................. 97 Number of Courses Offered by the North Carolina Justice Academy (Regional Map) ................................... 98 Training Hours ..................................................................................................... 99 State Agencies’ Training Summaries Administrative Office of the Courts ..................................................100 Alcohol Law Enforcement.....................................................................100 Department of Correction ....................................................................101 Department of Health & Human Services ....................................101 Department of Juvenile Justice ..........................................................102 Department of Motor Vehicles ...........................................................102 Governor’s Crime Commission ............................................................103 Police Corps ................................................................................................103 State Bureau of Investigation .............................................................104 State Parks & Recreation ......................................................................104 Wildlife Resources Commission .........................................................105 The Budget The Budget for 2002-2003 ...........................................................................109 Grants ....................................................................................................................110 Capital Projects .................................................................................................110 NC Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission Bookstore Sales ......................................................................111 NC Sheriffs’ Education & Training Standards Commission Bookstore Sales ......................................................................112

Executive Summary

This has been a momentous year, filled with a host of remarkable accomplishments. Funded through the Governor’s Crime Commission, a special training series was devised by Deputy Director Gary Rector and Instructor Tommy Edwards on the subject of terrorism. Specifically targeted to managers and supervisors, this eight-module program looked at ways to thwart terrorism from handling terrorists’ threats to strategies and tactics for dealing with weapons of mass destruction. The Academy’s web-based/blended training programs are a growing enterprise. These courses cover a diverse spectrum from traffic investigation to Spanish language training, suicide investigation to stress management. And while the Academy as a whole has celebrated its thirtieth anniversary, the Edneyville campus has only been in operation for five years. Those years have been filled with many trials and triumphs. Progress has been slow but deliberate. The total number of students trained has steadily climbed. And our constituents have come to appreciate the vital importance of having training programs conveniently located. In June 2003, the Education & Training Division of the Academy was reorganized. Before that date, there were seven training centers; that number has been reduced to four centers. They are: legal, management & supervision, investigation/traffic and specialized commission tactical centers. The reorganization allows the Academy to strengthen its ability to provide Commission-mandated training courses and prepare for mandated in-service training. However, because the change occurred so late in the fiscal period, this year’s report is written in the context of the old organizational scheme. And even though budgetary concerns continue to loom over every training delivery decision, we will continue to work diligently to make certain that the Academy delivers the innovative training for which it is known.

Martha A. Stanford Director

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The North Carolina Justice Academy Mission
To improve the quality and effectiveness of criminal justice services to the citizens of North Carolina through research, education, training, and support for criminal justice and related personnel.

Core Values
Eve the Nort Car Just Ac ademy dedicat ated to meeting your the best Ever yone at the Nor th Carolina Just ice Ac ademy is dedic ated to meeting your needs in the best ev ything we we striv to trive qualit uality organization that att wa possible way. In ever ything we do, we strive to build a qualit y conscious org anization that at t ends to your training needs. The following CORE VALUES establish inviolable standards of qualit y and your training The follo ollowing CORE VAL ALUES establish standa tandar qualit uality professionalism you know you can expect from professionalism and let you know what you c an expec t from us. We will provide quality training to our students. It will be current, consistent, correct, and applicable to on-the-job experience. We will put our students’ interests first. We will help them achieve their goals by putting their needs first. We will seek their input in all that we do. We encourage and support our staff’s creative, innovative ideas and practices. We are committed to a quality work environment and the professional development of each employee. Our staff is our greatest resource. We treat all people fairly and in an unbiased manner and will establish an environment conducive to this. All persons with whom we interact will be treated with respect and courtesy. We will ensure that our learning environment is comfortable and clean and attends to both the routine and special needs of the students. We believe that students learn best when they can practice skills and apply them to their job setting. Our training will emphasize “hands on” experiences in the classroom. We are representatives of the Academy and the Department of Justice. We will act and look professional at all times. We strive to be the leaders in innovative practices, programs, and technology, assisting our clients in addressing present and future needs of the citizens of this state.

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The Staff

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Staff
Director’s Office Martie Stanford, Director Malia Hollingsworth, Administrative Secretary Deputy Director’s Office, West Gary Rector, Deputy Director Kathy Erwin, Administrative Secretary Dorothy Washburn, Departmental Purchasing Agent Brian Chapman, Computing Consultant Marla Norville, Media Technician Jane Ellsworth, Accounting Technician II Monique Flynn, Registrar Robert Gaddis, Maintenance Mechanic IV Anthony Bishop, General Utility Worker Nathan Emerson, Grounds Worker Brent Janowiak, Housing Manager Jo Anne Harper, Receptionist & Housing Assistant Louis Volpe, General Utility Worker Mark Colon, Maintenance Mechanic Tommy Tanner, Maintenance Mechanic IV Reginald Iverson, Maintenance Mechanic Floyd Bordeaux/Martin Williams, General Utility Worker Sandra Parker, Housekeeping Supervisor Linda Coutermash/Hazel McLamb, Housekeeper Alphonza Faison, Housekeeper Christopher Hall, Housekeeper Gail Jerson, Housekeeper Mildred McLamb, Housekeeper Jeff Monroe, Housekeeper Cindy Owens, Housekeeping Team Leader Deborah Smith, Housekeeper Michael Freeman, Security Officer Timothy Runfola, Security Officer Karen Trogdon, Security Officer Oliver Williams, Security Officer II

Instructional Support Services Don Stacy, Department Manager Barbara Yow, Artist-Illustrator Deputy Director’s Office, East Janie Deal, TV/Media Services Coordinator Chet Jernigan, Deputy Director Brian Nestor, TV Producer/Director Gloria Slade, Research Associate Sheila Smith, Printing Unit Supervisor Kristi Kelsey, Research Associate Brian Hagadorn, Printing Equipment Operator Muriel Callahan, Administrative Secretary Sheila Honeycutt, Administrative Assistant Jan Chauncey, Librarian Business Office Jo Keebaugh, Media Technician Chet Jernigan, Deputy Director Joann Melvin, Library Assistant George Pinyatello, Departmental Purchasing Agent Mary Powell, Temporary Library Clerk Phoebe Sandy, Administrative Assistant Cliff Herring, Computing Consultant Brenda Dwyer/Belinda Howell, Accounting Technician II Linda Warren, Information Systems Coordinator Ruby Bryant, Program Assistant Omar Ortiz, Processing Assistant Assistant Director, Training Gail Collier, Stock Clerk Bob Yow, Assistant Director Phoebe West, Program Assistant Judy McLamb, Office Assistant Community Policing Center Bob Hinkle, Training Manager Campus Operations Manuel Cruz, Training Coordinator, West Dana Phillips, Facility Maintenance Supervisor Lorraine Galloway, Training Coordinator Betty Holland, Student Housing Supervisor Eloise Melvin, Training Coordinator Linda Daughtry/Tara McPhail, Processing Assistant Pam Pope, Training Coordinator Nelson McLamb, Maintenance Mechanic IV Hank Snyder, Training Coordinator Harold Naylor, Maintenance Mechanic II Maria Gass, Program Assistant, West Edward Norris, Grounds Worker Connie Lee, Program Assistant Rick Silverest, HVAC Mechanic

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Investigation Center Don Rabon, Training Manager Tanya Chapman, Training Coordinator, West Kevin Dowling, Training Coordinator, West Jon Gregory, Training Coordinator Scott Hartley, Training Coordinator, West Dan Heinz, Training Coordinator Robert Leathers, Training Coordinator John Wiggins, Training Coordinator Jackie Tew, Program Assistant Leigh Rodgers, Program Assistant, West Legal Center Bob Yow, Assistant Director Pat O’Neal, Agency Legal Specialist Greg Rodgers, Agency Legal Specialist, West Kathy Moore, Agency Legal Specialist Ed Zigmund, Agency Legal Specialist Carolyn Pope, Program Assistant Maria Gass, Program Assistant, West Management & Supervision Center Bob Hinkle, Training Manager Joe Auten, Training Coordinator, West Johnny Bouras, Training Coordinator Tommy Edwards, Training Coordinator Deanna Putney, Training Coordinator Carolyn Pope, Program Assistant

Specialized Instructor/Tactical/Technical Center Peggy Schaefer, Training Manager Wayne Ayers, Training Coordinator John Blum/Eric Pope, Training Coordinator John Combs, Training Coordinator Steve Johnson, Training Coordinator Rick Tullis, Training Coordinator, West Maria Gass, Program Assistant, West Carolyn Holland, Program Assistant Specialized Sheriffs’ Center Peggy Schaefer, Training Manager Jeryl Brown, Training Coordinator Mark Strickland, Training Coordinator Carolyn Holland, Program Assistant

Traffic Center Don Rabon, Training Manager, West Bob Garbett, Training Coordinator Eric Holloman, Training Coordinator, West Stacy Holloman, Training Coordinator Jackie Tew, Program Assistant Leigh Rodgers, Program Assistant, West

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Personnel Changes
The march of time brings inevitable change. And so it was with this year’s personnel report. Promotions, resignations, retirement, transfer, and new hires are all represented in this summary. Ed Zigmund, an attorney, was hired as a training coordinator for the Legal Center on September 16, 2002; he taught in the Academy’s Police Law Institute. Zigmund came to Salemburg from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania where he was a police attorney for that city’s police department. Jon Gregory, already a member of the Investigation Center, transferred in December 2002 to the Salemburg campus. In that same month, Jon Blum, a training coordinator in the Specialized Instructor/Tactical/ Technical Center resigned to join the Cary (N.C.) Police Department. Gary Rector officially assumed the position of Deputy Director at the Edneyville (N.C.) campus in January 2003. He had already been serving in that position in an acting capacity following the retirement of Ed Boelte. Rick Tullis joined the Specialized Instructor/Tactical/Technical Center on March 3, 2003. He works at the western campus. Kevin Dowling left the Academy in May 2003 to join the US Secret Service. Eric Pope was employed in the Specialized Instructor/Tactical/Technical Center as of May 1, 2003. Pope, a previous member of the Clinton (N.C.) Police Department, will update the BLET curricula. Tommy Edwards, Ed.D, left the Academy to become Director of Law Enforcement Training at Wake Technical Community College in May 2003. Edwards had previously coordinated the Academy’s Management Development Program. Details of changes in the Support Division are as follows: Jan Chauncey officially assumed the job of Librarian on July 1, 2002. Brenda Dwyer, Accounting Technician, resigned to pursue other professional interests on August 9, 2002. She would be replaced two months later by Belinda Howell, who came to the Academy from the Office of State Budget and Management. Also in August, Floyd Bordeaux joined the maintenance team, while Linda Coutermash, Housekeeper, resigned on August 26, 2002. Christie Bates, Program Assistant at the Edneyville facility, departed at the end of January 2003; she is now employed in the

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UNC-Asheville Career Center. Hazel McLamb was hired as a Housekeeper in January 2003, while Mark Colon was hired as a Maintenance Mechanic at the western campus on March 17, 2003. Things remained static until June 2003. In that month Linda Daughtry, Processing Assistant on the dormitory staff, retired after more than twenty-six years of valued service to the Academy. Also in June, Martin Williams was employed as a General Utility Worker and Tara McPhail replaced the abovementioned Linda Daughtry.

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The Training

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Community Policing Center
Though Bob Hinkle has taken on the mantle of Acting Department Manager of this Center and the Management & Supervision Center, he still continues to be involved in the delivery of instructor training and verbal judo. He taught and evaluated within the framework of the former, and has provided a special, limited version of the latter to DMV license examiners (in addition to his regular slate of training on this topic). Hinkle shared his technical knowledge with the Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training advisory panel in setting training objectives for the next calendar cycle. He also served as a facilitator and role player during orientation sessions for the state’s newly-elected sheriffs.

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Spanish language instruc tor, Lorraine Galloway, engineered the presentation of the Academy’s first web-based language course, Curso Para Leer Y Practicar es Espanol, which means literally, Course for Reading and Practicing Spanish. This was a 24-hour course, designed to facilitate improved reading and writing skills by requiring participants to select three out of nine available narratives from a pre-determined web site and create summaries. Galloway answered “special requests” for Spanish language training by assisting the Conexiones Cross-Cultural Program for International Understanding at UNC-Chapel Hill, in providing training in the language and its culture to the Smithfield Police Department. Particular emphasis was placed on non-verbal communication. On another occasion, Galloway helped the Conference of District Attorneys provide state court officials with training of a similar nature. Staff development endeavors proved to be diverse, yet fulfilling. Galloway began the year by taking steps to gain certification as a high ropes instructor by attending the High Challenge Course, August 26-28, 2002. Signature Research, Inc.

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staff members taught this course at the east campus. Galloway attended a Latino Issues Forum at Duke University in February 2003. This session covered a wide range of cultural matters, including Hispanic music. In May 2003, she attended the Officers’ Duties and Foreign Nationals seminar sponsored by the Institute of Government and the Academy. Consular issues regarding detention, prisoner access and notification were discussed. By year’s end, Galloway had been re-assigned. She will no longer teach Spanish language courses, but will instead concentrate on First Line Supervision, which she will start teaching in January 2004; she will also work along with Johnny Bouras in providing Field Training Officer instruction.

**** Training in Managing Encounters with the Mentally Ill has entered a new phase. Where once there were only classroom sessions, this course is now tendered in a web-blended format as well. That strategy, by training coordinator Pam Pope, comes , just in time to help manage increased demand for special-request training on this topic. In fact, Pope tailored sessions to address the particular needs of several large and small police departments; sheriffs’ departments benefitted, too (both deputies and newlyelected sheriffs). And, in April 2003, Pope put on three workshops for the state’s telecommunicators during their biennial training conference in Salemburg. Likewise, Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training continues to evolve. Unbiased decision-making was the central theme of this year’s courses; next year, the focus will turn to dealing with Hispanics/Latinos, including language barriers and cultural differences. Pope’s choice of staff development training complemented her teaching demands. She attended a two-day seminar on decision-making on May 13-14, 2003. Presented by the Carolinas Institute for Community Policing, this course delved into the impact of cultural diversity and ethical decision-making on community policing. Wake Community College, Raleigh, NC was the sponsoring agency.

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Near year’s end, Pope learned that she and Mark Strickland would assume responsibility for the Academy’s general instructor training courses. The curricula is being revamped according to Commission mandates; Pope and Strickland will start coordination duties in the new fiscal period. By then, Pope will have become a member of the newly-formed Specialized Commission Tactical Center training team.

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As of June 1, 2003, Hank Snyder was transferred to the Investigation/Traffic Center from the old Community Policing Center. As a result of this change, Snyder can now more readily incorporate a variety of investigation topics into the school resource officer courses that he coordinates. This year also saw Snyder assist in the coordination of the annual Gang Awareness Conference which was held October 1619, 2002, in Charlotte, NC. This confab is sponsored by the NC Gang Investigators’ Association.

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Eloise Melvin’s schedule was inundated with staff development ventures that proved both enlightening and beneficial. Each opportunity served to broaden Melvin’s professional expertise in her areas of instruction - juvenile justice, crime prevention, and community policing. Whether building goodwill by attending the swearing-in ceremony of newly-elected Sheriff Herbert Peterkin in Hoke County or forging community spirit by lending a hand to police corps students in the completion of a Habitat-for-Humanity project, Melvin remained on the go throughout the year. She also sharpened her computer skills via Academy and Fayetteville Technical Community College classes; studied grant-writing; attended a workshop on the dynamics of offending care givers;

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and, attended a parent education and custody mediation training program. She even found time to tour Sandhills Correctional Institution, attend the National Community Policing Conference in Washington, DC, and ride along with officers from the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office to observe their daily routines.

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Investigation Center
Dan Heinz developed three new courses this year, one of which has already been piloted. These courses are: (1) Methamphetamine Investigation School, (2) Advanced Undercover Tactics training; and (3) Methamphetamine Executive Officers’ Seminar. The first named course, Methamphetamine Investigation School, was offered for the first time June 9-11, 2003, at the western campus in Edneyville, NC. This is advanced training, designed to enable narcotics investigators to deal with the production and sale of methamphetamine. Advanced Undercover Tactics training is a 24-hour course which is set for presentation in November 2003. This course is designed to enhance the undercover officer’s ability to recognize and respond to critical threats, e.g., personal attacks. The third course, Methamphetamine Executive Officers’ Seminar, is geared toward command-level staff, and primarily explores (drug) usage trends in North Carolina and also deals with environmental community threats.

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Computer Crime Specialist Jon Gregor y was originally Gregory egor assigned to the west campus unit of the Investigation Center. But a December 2002 reassignment brought him to the Salemburg campus. Gregory has independently or in conjunction with other cybercrime investigative agencies, developed a series of new courses, including: Fundamentals of Cybercrime Investigation; basic and advanced internet (investigation) courses; and a three-day computer forensics course - Access Data Forensics Boot Camp. Gregory also developed Internet Crimes and Awareness and Prevention, a web-blended course. The Basic Computer Skills for Investigators course has been emended to accommodate Windows XP.

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Advances in technology and its use by the criminal element requires continuous training and staff development. With that thought in mind, Gregory enrolled in the Federal Law Enforcement (Glynco, Ga.) Training Center’s Seized Computer Evidence Specialist Program. The two-week session covered the proper handling of computer contraband, including searching, viewing, imaging, and analyzing seized data. This course was held in July 2002. Besides that training, he also attended a TechnoSecurity Training Conference from April 28-May 1, 2003, in Myrtle Beach, SC. Conference theme was “Is America and Law Enforcement Ready for Cyber-Terrorism?” Perennial membership on the Secret Service’s Electronic and Financial Crimes Task Force as well as a role as an advisory committee member for the American Academy of Applied Forensics provides a wealth of knowledge and invaluable professional resources for Gregory.

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Bob Leathers began research and development this fiscal period on a new Blood Stain Pattern Analysis course. While similar in nature to the Blood Spatter Analysis program, this course runs for only four days, yielding 32 hours of credit for each participant. In fact, because of Leather’s expertise on this subject, he was called upon to assist officers in the interpretation of blood spatter evidence in a recent murder case in a nearby county.

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Legal Center

Ed Zigmund is the newest member of the Legal Center training team, having started work at the Academy on September 16, 2002. He comes to the Salemburg from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, where he served as police legal adviser. He now shares police law institute teaching responsibilities with Pat O’Neal. Zigmund will also provide necessary legal instruction in the school resource officer training program, instructor training, specialized physical fitness training, and the Basic Law Enforcement Training program. He has already offered a legal update to this year’s Telecommunicator Training Conference attendees in April 2003. And, he also developed and taught a special block of instruction on “Countering the Homicide Defense” for SBI officers.

**** For Kathy Moore, the 2002-03 fiscal year signaled an opportunity to emend the civil liability block of instruction she provides in the First-Line Supervision and the Field Training Officer courses. Moore also began development of a new course Practical Application of Core Legal Concepts. This course, as the name implies, covers basic criminal law and procedural factors such as arrests, searches, voluntary encounters, consent, and stops. Moore’s staff development energies were devoted to a variety of educational pursuits. She studied civil liability issues in March 2003; (the) elderly and domestic violence problems as well as use-of-force in May 2003; and, verbal judo in June 2003. The latter was a week-long course which was held in Jacksonville, Florida and sponsored by the Institute of Police Technology and Management.

**** Pat O’Neal and Greg Rodgers share teaching responsibilities (along with Ed Zigmund) for the Police Law Institute. This year they also handled criminal law and procedure legal updates for all of the State Bureau of Investigation’s fall 2002 inservice training, and for special-request courses for several of the state’s police and sheriffs’ departments.

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Management & Supervision Center
Deanna Putney engaged in a variety of staff development activities, all designed to broaden the scope of her instructional expertise. In August 2002, she participated in the Stress Management for Telecommunicators training. Though this is only a one-day course, Putney gained valuable insight into the techniques for pinpointing stressors and ways to handle these problems. In May 2003, Putney studied international affairs via the Officers’ Duties & Foreign Nationals program. Topics of discussion included consular notification factors and specifics regarding access to detainees; detention notification problems were also reviewed. This seminar was sponsored in part by the Academy along with the Institute of Government. And, in June 2003, Putney studied more about stress management issues in the Critical Incident Stress Management Training seminar. This time, crisis communication techniques and protocol issues were the central discussion topics. This program was held at the Coastal Plains Law Enforcement Training Center in Wilson, NC, and was sponsored by the Maryland-based International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. A recap of Putney’s year would not be complete without mentioning two other important undertakings simply because of their anticipated beneficial long-term impact. Early in the year, she was appointed to a Methodist College (Fayetteville, NC) Criminal Justice Masters’ (major) Development Committee. This group designed a graduate program for the school by defining critical factors such as course credits, curriculum content, and hours. The panel’s efforts were fruitful; the new program is set to open in the near future. On April 25, 2003, Putney was awarded a Ph.D in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee. Putney’s dissertation topic was “SWAT Team Composition & Effectiveness.” This study generated a team report which was added to the Academy’s website and has also been presented to several SWAT team effectiveness research seminars.

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Specialized Instructor/ Tactical/Technical Center
With the resignation of Training Coordinator Jon Blum, Training Manager Peggy Schaefer took over the BLET revision process until Eric Pope was hired. She also assumed training responsibility for the general instructor training program which was undergoing a full-scale revision. New practical exercises and a current literature review have been included. The newly-emended curricula has been piloted to ascertain viability. Adjustments have been made where needed. Also during this year, Rick Tullis was hired as a trainer at the west campus. He will handle the Officer Safety Training and Report Writing: Documenting Use-of-Force programs.

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Wayne Ayers provided building-entry and simunitions training on a “special request” basis this year to a number of the state’s small police and sheriffs’ departments. Though the training ran at varying intervals and for varying lengths of time, each session was specifically tailored to meet the stated needs of each agency. Ayers also provided Basic SWAT instruction for three agencies: the Asheville Police Department, the Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office and the Currituck County Sheriff’s Office. In so doing, these departments were able to meet particular training goals while increasing the number of personnel that could be trained per session. This fact was especially important for the Currituck County Sheriff’s department which was in the process of establishing a new team. Ayers began the process of meeting staff development mandates by attending a Tactical Command course sponsored by the Nash County Community College in February 2003. This was a three-day seminar that covered such topics as selection of team members, incident command, and policy development. But for Ayers, a 21-year veteran of the North Carolina National Guard, who has attained the rank of major, pressing world events helped to shape his training experiences, too. For seven days in March 2003, he attended a Leadership Training Program (the US Army)

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at Fort Irwin, California. This course touched upon such subjects as battle commands and war tactics, and even featured computer battle simulations. That session was simply a pre-cursor to Ayers’ annual training rigors which were held at the same location for one month beginning on May 30, 2003. By year’s end, Heather Hobgood had begun her work as a summer intern assigned to assist Ayers in updating the special operations directory. Hobgood, a rising junior at Wake Forest (NC) University, completed this project and also assisted Department Manager Peggy Schaefer in writing an article on women in law enforcement; this article has been proposed for publication in a national law enforcement journal.

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Anyone who saw a copy of Issue 34 (2003) of The Firearms Instructor, the official professional publication of the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors will know that Steve Johnson is president of that organization. What may not be readily apparent is the degree of Johnson’s involvement and commitment to the group. For instance, he organized and presided over annual conference sessions and provided training on rapid deployment, firearms, and response-to-active-shooter at regional training sessions like the one in Guilford, New Hampshire in July 2002. Though this was just a three-day seminar on a limited number of subjects, the scope of the annual training confabs is much broader. This year some 50 different classes were held; training covered a range of topics including firearms and use-of-force. Johnson also coordinated the annual Law Enforcement Officers’ Association annual training conference in September 2002 in Asheville, NC. Then he coordinated the group’s North Carolina/South Carolina training conference, which was held in Myrtle Beach, SC in March 2003. At each venue, a variety of subjects were presented, e.g., firearms, motorcycle gangs.

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Eric Pope is one of the newest additions to this training center, having begun work at the Academy on May 1, 2003. He replaces Jon Blum who resigned in December 2002. He is primarily responsible for basic law enforcement training curricula revisions and will also start coordinating the Dealing with the Mentally Ill course in the fall of 2003. In addition, Pope will create new commission-mandated in-service training on ethics. While still in development, it is anticipated that this will be a two-hour annual course that will be offered for the first time during the following fiscal period. Though Pope is a tenderfoot, he has already taken the general instructor training course and become CPR-instructor certified.

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John Combs is a prolific writer and speaker. A list of the articles that he has authored and the oral presentations he has made during this fiscal period alone, will attest to that fact. He has written a two-part series for the USE OF FORCE JOURNAL, on “Motor Skill Training.” This periodical is a publication of the National Criminal Justice Training Council. The articles appeared in the January/February and March/April 2003 editions. Combs also wrote “Scenario-Based Training” for the same publication; that article appeared at an earlier time in the November/December 2002 edition. He covered the subject of “Distance Education” in an article for the July/August 2002 issue of the FBI NATIONAL ACADEMY JOURNAL. And he co-authored “Talking Intelligently About Planning/Theories, ” a white-paper, which was presented at the 33rd SCRUTREA annual research conference. Combs was a guest speaker at the American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers’ (ASLET) annual conference in January 2003 in Ontario, California. His topic of discussion: Stress Management. He has already been asked to return and make another presentation to this group at its 2004 conference. Combs plans to lecture on the topic of Functional Conditioning when ASLET convenes in St. Louis, Missouri.

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When Jon Blum resigned in December 2002, Combs was appointed School Director of the Physical Fitness training program. Since then, he has revised/updated all of the lesson plans in the instructor’s curricula and overseen the emendment of the legal portion of this training. Changes are also in the works for the Specialized Subject Control/Arrest Techniques Instructor Training; each lesson plan is undergoing revision. Combs also committed himself to the ultimate staff development venture - the completion of his doctoral studies. He has enrolled at NC State University and selected adult/ community college education for emphasis; specialization will be in training and development with a minor in criminal justice.

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Specialized Sheriffs’ Center
Nearly ever y block (22) of the Detention Off icer Certification training program has been emended by Mark Strickland to include new video scenarios. Special attention was devoted to the report writing block; new videos help improve students’ cognitive skills. As in past years, Strickland conducted security audits; this time, for two small sheriffs’ agencies. Each audit also included a threat assessment and offered suggestions regarding ways to improve on security measures. As a result of the training realignment in the Education & Training division, Strickland will take on new training responsibilities. In fact, as of May 2003, Strickland and Pam Pope jointly assumed coordination duties for the general Instructor Training course at the Academy. In recent years, this course was handled by Bob Hinkle and most recently, by Peggy Schaefer.

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Jeryl Brown’s itinerar y boasts an assortment of professional exercises ranging from staff development to achieving emergency number professional certification from NENA to hosting the second telecommunicators’ conference at the Salemburg c ampus. Each ac tivit y complemented her coordination/instructional duties, as the following overview will attest. First, Brown obtained CPR certification in August 2002 as a prerequisite to emergency medical dispatch training. At a later date, she studied domestic violence at two seminars on this subject. Brown interrupted her regular teaching schedule to make a special presentation to newly-elected sherif fs on telecommunications training; this event took place on November 26, 2002, in Raleigh, NC.

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At tendance at the aforementioned April 2003 telecommunicators’ training conference doubled this year. Attendees were updated on training advances and also treated to sessions on the topic of managing encounters with the mentally ill by training coordinator Pam Pope. Also in April 2003, Brown partnered with SBI/DCI staff to help provide an alternative training site and assist in the provision of selected training on weapons permits and protection orders. This is the year that Brown became terminal agency coordinator for both Academy campuses. This means that she will handle all DCI functions, including, but not limited to, certifications, testings, and re-testings. This change became effective in November 2002. And, this year also saw Brown participate on a forum that addressed commission concerns regarding medical information and guidelines for course applications, i.e., registration forms. A draft document was approved which should become effective during the next fiscal period. By May 2003, Brown was ready to present her first webblended course: EMS-Fire and Rescue Communications. This is an important course in the telecommunicator’s continuum of training, since it provides information on basic call-taking and radio broadcasting standard operating procedures. Participants in this program were allowed three weeks, from May 19- June 5, 2003, to complete their studies.

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Traffic Center

Stacy Holloman is responsible for the Academy’s specialized driver instructor training, including radar instructor and time-distance instructor training courses. Added to that list is the new L.I.D.A.R. (light detection and ranging), a laser speed measuring course. The ground work has been laid. A curriculum has been developed. Training is set to run four days for instructors and two days for operators; Commission approval is pending and could come in time to allow training to begin in early 2004. As of June 1, 2003, Holloman transferred from the Traffic Center to the newly-established Specialized Commission/Tactical Center. Per staff development requirements, Holloman maintained his CPR and firearms certification via Kinston Police Department where he serves as a reserve officer.

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From Bob Garbett comes word that this is the final year of the Advanced Crash Reconstruction Instructional Support Grant (#2526). This grant enabled the development and presentation of courses in the specified area and even facilitated distribution of course materials statewide. Newton and Clinton Police Departments called upon Garbett for assistance in accident reconstructions this year. He took what could have been a complicated matter and applied known principles and formulae in assessing investigative factors, such as victim’s visual acuity, weather at the time of the incident, and environmental factors to resolve each situation properly.

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Epilogue
By June 1, 2003, the previous years’ instructional delivery system had given way to organizational restructuring that promises to be more conducive to the development and presentation of Commission-mandated training for our state’s law enforcement professionals. Only a few staff positions were adjusted; the new design offers maximum impact with minimal disruption. Seven training centers have been replaced by four training units. The Legal and Management & Supervision Centers remain, with a few adjustments. The Investigation and Traffic Centers have been combined into one center. But the former Specialized Sheriffs’ Center and the Specialized Instructor/Tactical/ Technical Center have been combined to make the Specialized Commission Tactical Center. Herewith is a glimpse at the new line-up. LEGAL: Kathy Moore Pat O’Neal Ed Zigmund Greg Rodgers Bob Yow, Assistant Director

MANAGEMENT SUPERVISI VISIO MANAGEMENT & SUPERVISION : Joe Auten Deanna Putney Johnny Bouras Lorraine Galloway* Eloise Melvin* Manuel Cruz* Bob Hinkle, Acting Training Manager INVESTIGATI N/TRAFFIC TIO AFFIC: INVESTIGATION/TRAFFIC Bob Garbett Jon Gregory Dan Heinz John Wiggins Tanya Chapman

Eric Holloman Bob Leathers Hank Snyder* Scott Hartley Don Rabon, Training Manager

COMMISSIO TA CENTER:** SPECIALIZED COMMISSION TACTICAL CENTER: Wayne Ayers Steve Johnson Eric Pope John Combs Rick Tullis Pam Pope Jeryl Brown Mark Strickland Stacy Holloman* Peggy Schaefer, Training Manager
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Staff members in the Education and Training division provided a grand total of 1065:30 hours of technical assistance to 134 of the state’s police and sheriffs’ departments and Commissions. A large portion of the assistance - over 764 hours can be attributed to the combined specialized units (Sheriffs’ and Tactical/Technical). The following list illustrates the breadth of the subjects most often encountered: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Traffic crashes (interpreting evidence, reviewing reports, using formulae) Video surveillance (enhancing images thru digital imaging) Courtroom/courthouse security evaluations Staff analysis/evaluation Promotion review board participation Physical fitness issues (obstacle course, equipment, standards, in-service training) Police officer physical ability testing (POPAT) BLET (testing, curriculum, equipment, PowerPoint slides, videos) OC spray use Firearms (F.A.T.S., concealed carry weapons, ammunition, lead-free issues, in-service qualifications, ranges) Sniper training Officer safety SWAT training (assessments, model policies, mock exercises, chemical munitions, distraction devices) Building searches Use-of-force Subject control devices and maneuvers Telecommunications Drug Raids Rapid deployment Private protective services issues Radar and other speed measuring devices Driver’s training Instructor development Detention issues First-Responder issues

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Cultural awareness Hate crimes Juvenile minority sensitivity Mental illness Ethics Criminal law & procedure

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The Video Production unit as well as the Graphics, Design & Print Shop units provided a combined total of over 277 hours to technical assistance. Barbara Yow, Graphic Artist, expended 122 hours in the creation of programs, logos, certificates, pen and ink drawings, and in taking photos, among other services. Sheila Smith and Brian Hagadorn, the two-person print shop team, devoted just over 112 hours in preparing cards, invitations, manuals, notebooks, field guides, and lesson plans. The Video Production team of Brian Nestor and Janie Deal contributed over 41 hours in creating video prints, evaluating videos, dubbing audio, and photographing a local ceremony.

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Alumni Association Report
The North Carolina Justice Academy Alumni Association held its annual meeting at the Salemburg, NC campus. The Association ended the fiscal year with 303 members. The following is a list of the officers elected during the Association’s meeting: President - William Ferrell Charlotte Police Department Vice President - Doug Freeman (ret.) Onslow County Sheriff’s Office Treasurer - Preston Howell

Other board members included the following: Fred McQueen Laurinburg Police Department Steve Smith, Chief Williamston Police Department The Association continues to emphasize steady, consistent growth.

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Instructional Support Services
Don Stacy, Department Manager of the Instructional Support Services division, has taken part in the NC Distance Learning Conference. This event, which took place in January 2003, was a 10-day on-line learning experience that featured 22 workshops on various technology topics along with two live audio/ video demonstrations. BlackBoard software was used to facilitate the training. Stacy also reports that the new registration system is in place; known problems have been resolved. Also, BlackBoard on-line software has been upgraded. Among other refinements, the new technical enhancements allow duplication of materials and improvements in the assessment and grade book areas. The number of Academy courses utilizing this platform have also increased.

Computer Services
Obsolescence and the need for speed were the driving forces behind the changes in the technology field this year by Computer Consultants Brian Chapman (Edneyville) and Cliff Herring (Salemburg). Not only were the Academy’s file servers in need of replacement, but so was the netware operating system. These changes enabled faster, more efficient processing as well as better network operations. And, ultimately these improvements facilitated migration to a pure internet protocol (IP), an important initiative within the Department of Justice.

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Graphics, Design and Print Shop
Among other duties performed by Barbara Yow and Marla Norville (west campus), they both create training aids to supplement classroom instruction and facilitate agency program activities. Most requests begin with Academy instructors. Sometimes these requests originate with outside agencies, such as the NC State Parks agency, or the NC Wildlife Commission. The list of services provided is a lengthy one. It includes PowerPoint presentations for the Media Relations, BLET, and telecommunicator courses. It also includes notebook preparation, poster design, ceremonial program layouts, and certificate design.

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The Print Shop struck just over 10.3 million impressions this year to fulfill printing requests from both campuses and outside law enforcement agencies. The total amount of downtime added up to 432 hours or roughly 11 weeks of lost productivity. Yet Sheila Smith and Brian Hagadorn still managed to complete 513 requests for shop services.

Video Production
Academy staff and other law enforcement agencies rely on the Video Production team to create, record, or preserve all sorts of multimedia. Together, Janie Deal and Brian Nestor devoted nearly 1900 hours in part to: digitally mastering tapes or CDs, editing or re-editing tapes, creating training videos, providing still photographic services, or videotaping ceremonies. Add to that list this year the creation of DVD data and video discs, and you have an idea of the enormous capabilities of this Unit.

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The Video Unit hosted summer intern Eric Porterfield, from UNC-Pembroke. He produced two PowerPoint projects: one will serve to provide a visual introduction to the Academy via the website and the other will aid in marketing in the internship recruiting process. A variety of staff development experiences were included in this year’s activities, as the following will indicate: * Janie Deal continued the learning process with the new MAC operating system (OSX) and Photoshop V7. * Janie and Brian Nestor studied DVD creation, both video and data. They also attended a Media 100 seminar which was hosted by AValive in Raleigh, NC , as well as a Pinnacle system demonstration in Durham, NC.

Multimedia/Web Page
If Academy staff or others need to have CDs burned, files converted into .pdf format, or find out how many students have registered for any BlackBoard-formatted course, Media Technician Jo Keebaugh is the one to ask. For example, 886 CDs were prepared for an assorted list of courses, including basic law enforcement training and instructor training. Keebaugh also manages the Academy’s website. New to the site this year is a BLET Revision Committee page, BlackBoard student and course information, the In-Service Firearms Qualifications Manual, and a Personnel Law Commentary page. Courses may be advertised and timely information regarding General Assembly maneuvers are covered, also. The number of visitors to the site reached almost 148,000 users.

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Learning Resource Center
The Learning Resource Center’s on-line public access catalog system (OPAC) has been upgraded. Improvements make it easier for patrons to determine library holdings and also eases the record keeping process for library staff. Jan Chauncey, who was promoted to Librarian in July 2002, also reports that the east campus inventory increased with the transfer of books, videos, and CDs previously housed in the Edneyville library, which has now ceased operation. Videoconferencing facilities are managed by Chauncey and her library staff. Traffic increased in the distance learning classroom due in part to: monthly managers’ meetings, safety meetings, and training sessions. The latter sessions included: BlackBoard training programs; training on copyright law; juvenile minority sensitivity training; and, Lexis (legal) database training. Lexis is a research tool used most often to find appropriate case law, locate statutes, and find other legal materials. Chauncey even used the distance learning setting to teach two classes on search engine techniques in the Academy’s Gang Awareness training program. And, when Methodist College, which is in the process of establishing a masters’ degree criminal justice program, sought advice on necessary research materials, Chauncey, along with Don Stacy and Joann Melvin were able to advise staff on probable initial resource requirements. Both Chauncey and Melvin received training on Microsoft Word at the Salemburg campus, and Chauncey attended a program entitled Supervisors’ Tool Kit, a two-day managerial training seminar in late September 2002.

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Audio-Visual Center
Joann Melvin, Library Assistant, reports new acquisitions this year included: a Bravo Disk Publisher, which can be used to burn as many as 25 CDs at one time; 10 new air mice (powered by rechargeable batteries); and, three LCD projectors. Aside from managing the audio-visual holdings, Melvin also: aided Deputy Director Gary Rector in his deliberations regarding the purchase of LCD projectors; helped Deputy Director Chet Jernigan locate a five-set videotape series on the topic of smallpox vaccines (this comprehensive set covered topics like communications and hospital considerations, administration and preparedness issues); helped an instructor with the National Animal Control Certification training program appropriately use LCD projectors; and, even answered questions about audio-visual classroom equipment choices.

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Research Unit
Research Associate Kristi Kelsey continues to administer the Impact Study. New classes are constantly being added to Phase II, which surveys student feedback regarding Academy facilities. Former school resource officer students are regularly polled to determine the impact of Academy training on job responsibilities as a part of Phase III of the study. Several surveys were designed by Kelsey: SWAT team data analysis was finalized for instructor Deanna Putney and the results were placed on the Academy’s web site. A staff survey on flextime yielded definitive results which were presented to administrative staff during the December 2002 managers’ meeting. A smoking survey polled students for their opinions on the named topic. Another staff survey sought opinions on Academy strengths/ weaknesses and focus. And, at the request of Instructor Pam Pope, Kelsey designed a survey to help determine training needs on the subject of juvenile minority sensitivity training. Two telecommunications surveys were finalized. One studied ways to increase telecommunicator training possibilities via the community college system, while the other gauged whether training was needed for supervisors. Survey results for the former study were presented during a Sheriffs’ Commission meeting. And finally, Kelsey has now taken on the responsibility of helping the business office in the preparation of its monthly budget reports.

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For Research Associate Gloria Slade, the intern , recruitment process yielded three nominees. Devan Ezzell, UNCWilmington, a communications major, and Adrian Follette, interned at the Academy during the summer 2002 term at the Salemburg campus. Ezzell worked on two public relations

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projects: creating student press releases for all calendared courses and preparing two brochures about the Academy. Follette, a graduate forensic psychology student at Castleton (Vermont) College, studied decision-making in crisis situations and created a literature review list on this topic. Josh Cruz, a student at Montreat College, designed surveys and analyzed data in his work at the Edneyville campus. Also, during this reporting period: Slade completed the Academy’s Annual Report and three issues of the Alumni News newsletter. Revisions to the policies and procedures manual also continued. A new brochure was prepared for intern recruiting purposes. This brochure was used to recruit interns for the summer 2003 term. As a result, two interns were selected. One, Heather Hobgood, a student at Wake Forest University, was assigned to work in the Specialized Instructor Tactical/Technical Center. A second intern, Eric Porterfield, a student at UNCPembroke, was assigned to work in the Video Production unit.

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Campus Operations
In addition to the customary functions of the campus operations unit, Dana Phillips, Manager, details key initiatives undertaken this year as the following: • • • • • • • repaired firing range berms; conducted fire, safety, and health inspections; ensured that staff received training on the new registration system; renovated staff restrooms; conducted an annual Ropes course safety inspection that included the addition of a zip line feature; assisted Police Corps staff in the installation of its modular classroom; and, installed new doors at the front of the gymnasium.

Routine maintenance resulted in re-establishing lines of demarcation in the Support Services parking lot; repairs to the campus-wide fire alarm panels; seasonal building power washes; and, painting of classrooms in the Learning Resource Center.

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Staff members in transition included the following; Linda Coutermash, Housekeeper, resigned on August 26, 2002; Hazel McLamb was hired as a Housekeeper in January 2003; Martin Williams was hired as a General Utility Worker; and Linda Daughtry, Receptionist, retired in June 2003. Finally, Phillips has enrolled in the two-year Public Managers’ Program, while Reginald Iverson, Maintenance Mechanic, was certified as a pest control applicator.

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Counties Served by Academy Training
COUNTY ALAMANCE AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ALAMANCE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BURLINGTON POLICE DEPT ELON POLICE DEPT ELON UNIV CAMPUS POLICE GRAHAM POLICE DEPT MEBANE POLICE DEPT REGISTERED COUNTY ASHE AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ASHE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT WEST JEFFERSON POLICE DEPT TOTAL REGISTERED 24 59 10 4 12 1 AVERY 1 6 7

OTHER FAMILY ABUSE SVS OF ALAMANCE CO INC 1 NO DEPT LISTED 1 TOTAL 112

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AVERY CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT AVERY CO SCHOOLS SPECIAL POLICE BANNER ELK POLICE DEPT BEECH MOUNTAIN POLICE DEPT NEWLAND POLICE DEPT SUGAR MOUNTAIN POLICE DEPT SUGARTOP CO POLICE OTHER AVERY CO SCHOOLS TOTAL

6 1 8 8 2 5 1 3 34

ALEXANDER

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ALEXANDER CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT TAYLORSVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

3 6 1 10 BEAUFORT

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BEAUFORT CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CHOCOWINITY POLICE DEPT WASHINGTON POLICE DEPT OTHER BEAUFORT CO ANIMAL CONTROL BEAUFORT COMM COLLEGE NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

19 1 24 1 1 1 47

ALLEGHANY

NONE

0

ANSON

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ANSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT WADESBORO POLICE DEPT OTHER VILLAGE PAWN SHOP TOTAL

2 4 1 7

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COUNTY BERTIE

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BERTIE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE OTHER BERTIE-MARTIN REGIONAL JAIL BRABBLE INC TOTAL

REGISTERED 1 1 1 3

COUNTY BUNCOMBE

AGENCY

REGISTERED 79 116 2 16 4 1 11 8 2 1 2 5 1 2 2 1 253

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BUNCOMBE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ASHEVILLE POLICE DEPT BILTMORE ESTATE CO POLICE DEPT BILTMORE FOREST POLICE DEPT BLACK MOUNTAIN POLICE DEPT MONTREAT COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE MONTREAT POLICE DEPT WEAVERVILLE POLICE DEPT WOODFIN POLICE DEPT OTHER ASHEVILLE FIRE DEPT ASHEVILLE-BUNCOMBE TECH COMM COLLEGE BUNCOMBE CO CORRECTIONAL CENTER BUNCOMBE CO DSS BUNCOMBE CO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CITY-CO ID UNIT - ASHEVILLE SISTERS OF MERCY HEALTH DESIGNS TOTAL

BLADEN

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BLADEN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BLADENBORO POLICE DEPT ELIZABETHTOWN POLICE DEPT SMITHFIELD FOODS INC SPECIAL POLICE OTHER NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

6 4 7 3 2 22

BRUNSWICK

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BRUNSWICK CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT HOLDEN BEACH POLICE DEPT LELAND POLICE DEPT LONG BEACH POLICE DEPT NAVASSA POLICE DEPT NORTHWEST POLICE DEPT OAK ISLAND POLICE DEPT OCEAN ISLE BEACH POLICE DEPT SHALLOTTE POLICE DEPT SOUTHPORT POLICE DEPT SUNSET BEACH POLICE DEPT OTHER BRUNSWICK CO COMMUNICATIONS BRUNSWICK CO SCHOOLS BRUNSWICK COMM COLLEGE BRUNSWICK NUCLEAR POWER PLANT BURNS INTERNATIONAL SECURITY SERVICES HOPE HARBOR HOME SUNNY POINT SECURITY TOTAL

60 BURKE 1 13 1 1 1 23 19 4 14 2 13 2 2 1 CABARRUS 4 3 3 167 SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT BURKE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT DREXEL POLICE DEPT MORGANTON DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY UNITED SPECIAL POLICE VALDESE POLICE DEPT OTHER BURKE CO NARCOTICS TASK FORCE LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER MORGANTON ABC TOTAL 38 4 32 2 4 1 1 3 85

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CABARRUS CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CONCORD POLICE DEPT KANNAPOLIS POLICE DEPT OTHER LOWES MOTOR SPEEDWAY TOTAL

23 89 165 4 281

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COUNTY CALDWELL

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CALDWELL CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT GRANITE FALLS POLICE DEPT HUDSON POLICE DEPT LENOIR POLICE DEPT

REGISTERED 28 6 10 63 1 108

COUNTY CATAWBA

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CATAWBA CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 28 3 1 12 30 53 13 8 28 2 1 179

OTHER CALDWELL CO ANIMAL CONTROL TOTAL

POLICE DEPARTMENT CATAWBA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL POLICE CATAWBA POLICE DEPT CLAREMONT POLICE DEPT CONOVER POLICE DEPT HICKORY POLICE DEPT LONG VIEW PUBLIC SAFETY MAIDEN POLICE DEPT NEWTON POLICE DEPT OTHER GRIFFITHS INC ICARD INVESTIGATIONS

CAMDEN

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CAMDEN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

27 TOTAL 27 CHATHAM SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CHATHAM CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT PITTSBORO POLICE DEPT SILER CITY POLICE DEPT TOTAL

CARTERET

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CARTERET CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ATLANTIC BEACH POLICE DEPT BEAUFORT POLICE DEPT EMERALD ISLE POLICE DEPT INDIAN BEACH POLICE DEPT MOREHEAD CITY POLICE DEPT PINE KNOLL SHORES POLICE DEPT TOTAL

46 2 6 54

16 3 8 1 1 77 5 CHEROKEE 111

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CHEROKEE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CHEROKEE CO SCHOOLS CO POLICE MURPHY POLICE DEPT

3 5 1 1 10

CASWELL

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CASWELL CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

8 8 OTHER NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

CHOWAN

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CHOWAN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT EDENTON POLICE DEPT OTHER CHOWAN CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL

16 1 2 19

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COUNTY CLAY

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CLAY CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

REGISTERED 1 1

COUNTY

AGENCY

REGISTERED 252

CUMBERLAND SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CUMBERLAND CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

CLEVELAND

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CLEVELAND CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

POLICE DEPARTMENT FAYETTEVILLE POLICE DEPT 236 HOPE MILLS POLICE DEPT 13 METHODIST COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE 10 SPRING LAKE POLICE DEPT 16 OTHER BEHAVIOR TESTING & FORENSICS 1 CLARK PARK NATURE CENTER 2 CORPORATE SECURITY INTERNATIONAL 2 CUMBERLAND CO ABC 3 CUMBERLAND CO ANIMAL CONTROL 2 CUMBERLAND CO BUREAU OF NARCOTICS 2 CUMBERLAND CO DAY REPORTING CTR 2 CUMBERLAND CO SCHOOLS 1 FAYETTEVILLE COMMUNICATIONS 4 FAYETTEVILLE PARKS & RECREATION 1 FAYETTEVILLE TECH COMM COLLEGE 5 GUNS PLUS 1 LAKE RIM FIRE DEPT 2 NO DEPT LISTED 5 NORTH CAROLINA INVESTIGATIONS 2 PROFESSIONAL FIREARMS CERTIFICATION 2 SAFEWAY PATROL SECURITY 1 SECURITY SERVICES OF AMERICA 1 TOTAL 566

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POLICE DEPARTMENT CLEVELAND REG MED CTR POLICE DEPT 1 GARDNER-WEBB UNIV CAMPUS POLICE 1 KINGS MOUNTAIN POLICE DEPT 23 SHELBY POLICE DEPT 65 OTHER CLEVELAND CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL 2 145

COLUMBUS

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT COLUMBUS CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BOLTON POLICE DEPT CHADBOURN POLICE DEPT WHITEVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER COLUMBUS CO COMMUNICATIONS COLUMBUS CO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT NEW HANOVER CCVN SOUTHEASTERN COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

10 1 2 7 2 CURRITUCK 7 1 1 31

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CURRITUCK CO SHERIFFS OFFICE OTHER BLACKWATER TRAINING CENTER CURRITUCK CO COMMUNICATIONS CURRITUCK CO DSS TOTAL

72 2 2 6 82

CRAVEN

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT CRAVEN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BRIDGETON POLICE DEPT HAVELOCK POLICE DEPT NEW BERN POLICE DEPT TRENT WOODS POLICE DEPT TOTAL

14 1 7 37 14 73

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COUNTY DARE

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT DARE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 52 33 14 2 50 23 1 2 3 2 1 1 7 191

COUNTY DUPLIN

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT DUPLIN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BEULAVILLE POLICE DEPT ROSE HILL POLICE DEPT WARSAW POLICE DEPT TOTAL

REGISTERED 22 6 5 6 39

POLICE DEPARTMENT KILL DEVIL HILLS POLICE DEPT KITTY HAWK POLICE DEPT MANTEO POLICE DEPT NAGS HEAD POLICE DEPT SOUTHERN SHORES POLICE DEPT OTHER BEACH COUNSELING DARE CO ABC DARE CO CORRECTIONAL CENTER DARE CO DSS DARE CO SCHOOLS - MANTEO MIDDLE SCHOOL KILL DEVIL HILLS ANIMAL CONTROL OUTER BANKS HOTLINE TOTAL

DURHAM

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT DURHAM CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT DUKE UNIV CAMPUS POLICE DURHAM POLICE DEPT OTHER BLOCKS MANAGEMENT INC DUKE UNIV MEDICAL CENTER DURHAM CO ABC DURHAM CO COMMUNICATIONS DURHAM PARK RANGERS DURHAM TECH COMM COLLEGE NC DETECTIVE AGENCY RUDDER’S GUN SERVICE TOTAL

38 60 199 1 1 2 1 1 3 5 1 312

DAVIDSON

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT DAVIDSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT LEXINGTON POLICE DEPT THOMASVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER DAVIDSON CO COMM COLLEGE DAVIDSON CO COMMUNICATIONS NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

12 28 23 1 10 1 75

EDGECOMBE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT EDGECOMBE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT PINETOPS POLICE DEPT TARBORO POLICE DEPT

12 6 2

DAVIE

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT DAVIE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT MOCKSVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER DAVIE CO DETENTION CENTER TOTAL

2 5 1 8

OTHER EDGECOMBE CO NARCOTICS TASK FORCE 1 TARBORO PARKS & RECREATION 1 TOTAL 22

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COUNTY FORSYTH

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT FORSYTH CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 86 23 1 32 141 10 1 1 1 4 1 2 2 1

COUNTY GASTON

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT GASTON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 52 3 17 5 5 5 93 154 1 14 1 1 7 1 359

POLICE DEPARTMENT KERNERSVILLE POLICE DEPT SPEAR SPECIAL POLICE WAKE FOREST UNIV CAMPUS POLICE WINSTON-SALEM POLICE DEPT

OTHER FORSYTH CO ABC FORSYTH CO HEALTH DEPT FORSYTH MEDICAL CENTER EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT FORSYTH TECH COMM COLLEGE LOOMIS FARGO & CO NO DEPT LISTED PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS INC REYNOLDA HOUSE MUSEUM WAKE FOREST UNIV BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER TOTAL

POLICE DEPARTMENT BELMONT ABBEY CAMPUS POLICE BELMONT POLICE DEPT CHERRYVILLE POLICE DEPT CRAMERTON POLICE DEPT DALLAS POLICE DEPT GASTON CO POLICE DEPT GASTONIA POLICE DEPT LOWELL POLICE DEPT MOUNT HOLLY POLICE DEPT PROFESSIONAL POLICE SERVICES INC RANLO POLICE DEPT STANLEY POLICE DEPT OTHER NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

306 GATES SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT GATES CO SHERIFFS OFFICE OTHER GATES CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL 2 2 4

FRANKLIN

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT FRANKLIN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT FRANKLINTON POLICE DEPT LAKE ROYALE POLICE DEPT LOUISBURG POLICE DEPT YOUNGSVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

1 2 5 1 1 GRAHAM 1

POLICE DEPARTMENT GRAHAM CO SCHOOLS CAMPUS POLICE TOTAL

1 1

11 GRANVILLE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT GRANVILLE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CREEDMOOR POLICE DEPT OXFORD POLICE DEPT OTHER GRANVILLE CO ANIMAL CONTROL GRANVILLE CO COMMUNICATIONS JENNINGS ARMORER TOTAL

5 1 13 2 6 3 30

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COUNTY GREENE

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT GREENE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

REGISTERED

COUNTY HARNETT

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HARNETT CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 34 2 6 23 2 1 3 2 2 75

3 3 POLICE DEPARTMENT ANGIER POLICE DEPT CAMPBELL UNIV CAMPUS POLICE DUNN POLICE DEPT ERWIN POLICE DEPT LILLINGTON POLICE DEPT OTHER BLOCKS MANAGEMENT INC MYERS INVESTIGATIVE/SECURITY NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

GUILFORD

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT GUILFORD CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

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POLICE DEPARTMENT GREENSBORO POLICE DEPT 171 HIGH POINT POLICE DEPT 95 METRO SPECIAL POLICE DEPT INC 1 NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILWAY POLICE 1 PIEDMONT SPECIAL POLICE DEPT 2 PIEDMONT TRIAD AIRPORT POLICE DEPT 1 SPECIAL POLICE SERVICES 1 TRITON SPECIAL POLICE 1 OTHER ARMORED PROTECTIVE SERVICE CITY OF HIGH POINT CORPORATE SECURITY INTERNATIONAL INC FAMILY SERVICES OF HIGH POINT INC GREENSBORO ABC GREENSBORO PARKS & RECREATION GUILFORD CO SECURITY GUILFORD TECH COMM COLLEGE HIGH POINT PARKS & REC KIMBER PATROL & GUARD INC KOURY CORP LANKFORD PROTECTIVE SERVICES NO DEPT LISTED S & B RISK MANAGEMENT INC WACKENHUT CORP TOTAL 2 1 3 2 3 2 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 350

HAYWOOD

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HAYWOOD CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CANTON POLICE DEPT MAGGIE VALLEY POLICE DEPT WAYNESVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER HAYWOOD REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER TOTAL

26 1 1 34 1 63

HENDERSON SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HENDERSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT FLETCHER POLICE DEPT HENDERSONVILLE POLICE DEPT LAUREL PARK POLICE DEPT OTHER BLUE RIDGE COMM COLLEGE

96 4 48 5 1 154

HALIFAX

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HALIFAX CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ROANOKE RAPIDS POLICE DEPT WELDON POLICE DEPT OTHER HALIFAX COMM COLLEGE WELDON CITY SCHOOLS TOTAL

17 TOTAL 11 2 2 1 33

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COUNTY HERTFORD

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HERTFORD CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 4 9 3 1 1 1 4 23

COUNTY JACKSON

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT JACKSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 2 7 1 10

POLICE DEPARTMENT AHOSKIE POLICE DEPT CHOWAN COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE MURFREESBORO POLICE DEPT OTHER ALPHA SECURITY HERTFORD CO LAW ENFORCEMENT CENTER ROANOKE-CHOWAN NARCOTICS TASK FORCE TOTAL

POLICE DEPARTMENT BLUE RIDGE PUBLIC SAFETY SAPPHIRE VALLEY PUBLIC SAFETY TOTAL

JOHNSTON

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT JOHNSTON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE JOHNSTON CO DETENTION CENTER POLICE DEPARTMENT CLAYTON POLICE DEPT PINE LEVEL POLICE DEPT SELMA POLICE DEPT SMITHFIELD POLICE DEPT WEST-TEK COMPANY POLICE OTHER JOHNSTON CO COMMUNICATIONS JOHNSTON COMM COLLEGE NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

33 5 14 1 3 20 8 2 5 2 93

HOKE

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HOKE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT RAEFORD POLICE DEPT TOTAL

6 8 14

HYDE

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT HYDE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

2 JONES 2 SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT JONES CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL 5 5

IREDELL

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT IREDELL CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT MOORESVILLE POLICE DEPT STATESVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER BLACKHAWK GROUP LLC CHILDRENS HOMES OF IREDELL GRANT PROTECTIVE SERVICE INC GRANT SECURITY IREDELL CO ANIMAL CONTROL IREDELL CO MEDICAL EXAMINERS OFFICE MITCHELL COMM COLLEGE STATESVILLE ABC WILSON SECURITY SERVICES TOTAL

30 LEE 56 38 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 2 1 SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LEE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT SANFORD POLICE DEPT OTHER LEE CO SCHOOLS TOTAL 12 12 3 27

138

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COUNTY LENOIR

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LENOIR CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 6 19 1 2 1

COUNTY MARTIN

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MARTIN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT WILLIAMSTON POLICE DEPT TOTAL

REGISTERED 3 16 19

POLICE DEPARTMENT KINSTON DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY LA GRANGE POLICE DEPT OTHER LENOIR CO COMMUNICATIONS PROGRESSIVE INVESTIGATIONS TOTAL

MCDOWELL 29

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MCDOWELL CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT MARION POLICE DEPT OLD FORT POLICE DEPT

8 19 2 29

LINCOLN

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LINCOLN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT LINCOLNTON POLICE DEPT OTHER LINCOLN CO FIRE MARSHALS OFFICE LINCOLN CO JAIL TOTAL

38 TOTAL 30 1 1 70 MECKLENBERG SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MECKLENBURG CO SHERIFFS OFFICE 153

MACON

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MACON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT FRANKLIN POLICE DEPT HIGHLANDS POLICE DEPT OTHER NO DEPT LISTED SOUTHWESTERN COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

40 8 1 1 9 59

POLICE DEPARTMENT ACCESSIBLE SPECIAL POLICE 3 CAROLINA SPECIAL POLICE 1 CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG POLICE DEPT 158 CORNELIUS POLICE DEPT 16 DAVIDSON COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE 1 DAVIDSON POLICE DEPT 7 HUNTERSVILLE POLICE DEPT 34 INDEPENDENT SPECIAL POLICE 1 JOHNSON C SMITH UNIV CAMPUS POLICE 1 MATTHEWS POLICE DEPT 46 MECKLENBURG CO SECURITY POLICE 3 METRO SPECIAL POLICE 4 MINT HILL POLICE DEPT 1 NORFOLK SOUTHERN RAILWAY POLICE 1 PINEVILLE POLICE DEPT 14 PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL PUBLIC SAFETY 2 QUEENS UNIV CAMPUS POLICE 1 OTHER ALLIED SECURITY BARTON PROTECTIVE SERVICES BRINKS INC CHARLOTTE PROTECTIVE SERVICE CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG SCHOOLS CHILDRESS KLEIN PROPERTIES CYBER WATCH INC DAVIDSON COLLEGE GUARD-ONE PROTECTIVE SERVICES INC GUARDSMARK INC 4 3 1 1 3 3 1 1 2 1

MADISON

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MADISON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT MARS HILL COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE MARSHALL POLICE DEPT OTHER MADISON CO ANIMAL CONTROL MARS HILL COLLEGE TOTAL

32 3 1 1 1 38

61

COUNTY

AGENCY

REGISTERED 3 8 4 4 3 2 4 1 1 2 1

COUNTY

AGENCY OTHER MOORE CO ABC MOORE CO COMMUNICATIONS MOORE CO SCHOOLS NO DEPT LISTED SANDHILLS COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

REGISTERED 1 4 2 1 2 89

LOOMIS FARGO & CO MECKLENBURG CO ABC NO DEPT LISTED PREMIER PROTECTIVE SERVICES INC PROFESSIONAL PROTECTION INC PURSER SECURITY & PATROL SELECT INVESTIGATIONS INC SENTRY ALERT SECURITY SOS SECURITY INC US SECURITY ASSOC INC WACKENHUT CORP TOTAL

NASH 500

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT NASH CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

10

MITCHELL

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MITCHELL CO SHERIFFS OFFICE OTHER MITCHELL CO DSS TOTAL

7 1 8

POLICE DEPARTMENT MIDDLESEX POLICE DEPT 1 NASH HOSPITAL COMPANY POLICE 1 NASHVILLE POLICE DEPT 2 NC WESLEYAN COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE 1 ROCKY MOUNT POLICE DEPT 60 OTHER NASH CO ABC NASH COMM COLLEGE NO DEPT LISTED SHOOTERS INDOOR SPORTS TOTAL 1 1 1 1 79

MONTGOMERY

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MONTGOMERY CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CANDOR POLICE DEPT TROY POLICE DEPT OTHER MONTGOMERY COMM COLLEGE NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

7 2 2 1 1 13

NEW HANOVER

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT NEW HANOVER CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CAROLINA BEACH POLICE DEPT KURE BEACH POLICE DEPT NEW HANOVER RMC SPECIAL POLICE PINNACLE SPECIAL POLICE WILMINGTON POLICE DEPT WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH POLICE DEPT OTHER MUNO SECURITY & INESTIGATIONS NAVASSA FIRE DEPT NEW HANOVER CO COMMUNICATIONS NEW HANOVER INTL AIRPORT NO DEPT LISTED REGENT SECURITY SERVICES SEA GATE VOL FIRE DEPT TOTAL

109 11 4 3 1 131 30 2 1 5 4 1 1 1 304

MOORE

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT MOORE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ABERDEEN POLICE DEPT CARTHAGE POLICE DEPT MOORE CO SCHOOLS SPECIAL POLICE PINEBLUFF POLICE DEPT PINEHURST POLICE DEPT SEVEN LAKES POLICE DEPT SOUTHERN PINES POLICE DEPT VASS POLICE DEPT WHISPERING PINES POLICE DEPT

5 12 9 3 1 6 1 40 1 1

62

COUNTY NORTHAMPTON

AGENCY

REGISTERED 7 2 1 10

COUNTY

AGENCY

REGISTERED 8 27 2 1 1 5 2 46

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT NORTHAMPTON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT GARYSBURG POLICE DEPT SEABOARD POLICE DEPT TOTAL

PASQUOTANK SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT PASQUOTANK CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ELIZABETH CITY POLICE DEPT OTHER ALBEMARLE DISTRICT JAIL COLLEGE OF THE ALBEMARLE INTERAGENCY DRUG TASK FORCE PASQUOTANK CO COMMUNICATIONS PASQUOTANK CO DRUG TASK FORCE TOTAL

ONSLOW

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ONSLOW CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT JACKSONVILLE POLICE DEPT NORTH TOPSAIL BEACH POLICE DEPT SWANSBORO POLICE DEPT

37 73 14 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 1

PENDER

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT PENDER CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BURGAW POLICE DEPT SURF CITY POLICE DEPT TOPSAIL BEACH POLICE DEPT TOTAL

32 7 5 1 45

OTHER CAROLINA SECURITY COASTAL SECURITY INC FLATWOODS OUTFITTER RANGE NO DEPT LISTED ONSLOW CO PARKS & RECREATION ONSLOW DETECTIVE & SECURITY AGENCY STATEWIDE SECURITY INC TOTAL

137 PERQUIMANS SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT PERQUIMANS CO SHERIFFS OFFICE 1 1

ORANGE

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ORANGE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CARRBORO POLICE DEPT CHAPEL HILL POLICE DEPT HILLSBOROUGH POLICE DEPT

TOTAL 41 11 38 25 PERSON SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT PERSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ROXBORO POLICE DEPT OTHER PERSON CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL

10 3 4 17

OTHER ORANGE CO COMMUNICATIONS 6 ORANGE CO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT 9 TOTAL 130

PAMLICO

TOTAL

0

63

COUNTY PITT

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT PITT CO SHERIFFS OFFICE PITT CO DETENTION CENTER

REGISTERED 45 13 5 36 2 1 1 2 1 3 2 2 113

COUNTY RICHMOND

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT RICHMOND CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 32

POLICE DEPARTMENT FARMVILLE POLICE DEPT GREENVILLE POLICE DEPT PITT CO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL POLICE DEPT SIMPSON POLICE DEPT WINTERVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER CITY OF GREENVILLE GREENVILLE PARKS & RECREATION NO DEPT LISTED PITT CO ABC LAW ENFORCEMENT PITT COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

POLICE DEPARTMENT HAMLET POLICE DEPT 8 RICHMOND CO SCHOOLS POLICE 1 RICHMOND CO SCHOOLS SPECIAL POLICE 2 ROCKINGHAM POLICE DEPT 44 OTHER RICHMOND CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL 1 88

ROBESON

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ROBESON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT FAIRMONT POLICE DEPT LUMBERTON POLICE DEPT MAXTON POLICE DEPT PARKTON POLICE DEPT PEMBROKE POLICE DEPT ROWLAND POLICE DEPT OTHER CITY OF LUMBERTON NO DEPT LISTED ROBESON COMM COLLEGE SOUTHEASTERN REG MEDICAL CENTER TOTAL

42 11 134 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 3 199

POLK

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT POLK CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT COLUMBUS POLICE DEPT TRYON POLICE DEPT TOTAL

14 3 14 31

RANDOLPH

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT RANDOLPH CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ARCHDALE POLICE DEPT ASHEBORO POLICE DEPT LIBERTY POLICE DEPT OTHER ALLIED PROTECTION & INVESTIGATIONS RANDOLPH COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

31 7 52 2 4 1 97 OTHER ROCKINGHAM CO COMMUNICATIONS ROCKINGHAM COMM COLLEGE TOTAL 2 1 196 ROCKINGHAM SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ROCKINGHAM CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT EDEN POLICE DEPT MADISON POLICE DEPT MAYODAN POLICE DEPT REIDSVILLE POLICE DEPT STONEVILLE POLICE DEPT 75 15 2 12 88 1

64

COUNTY ROWAN

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT ROWAN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 44

COUNTY SCOTLAND

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SCOTLAND CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT LAURINBURG POLICE DEPT OTHER CITY OF LAURINBURG NO DEPT LISTED TOTAL

REGISTERED 3 26 1 1 31

POLICE DEPARTMENT CATAWBA COLLEGE PUBLIC SAFETY 1 CHINA GROVE POLICE DEPT 2 CLEVELAND POLICE DEPT 3 GRANITE QUARRY POLICE DEPT 19 LANDIS POLICE DEPT 4 LIVINGSTONE COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE 4 SALISBURY POLICE DEPT 21 SPENCER POLICE DEPT 4 OTHER NO DEPT LISTED P & G SECURITY PIEDMONT SECURITY ROWAN CO ABC ROWAN CO PARKS & RECREATION TOTAL 3 1 1 1 1 109 STANLY

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT STANLY CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ALBEMARLE POLICE DEPT LOCUST POLICE DEPT STANFIELD POLICE DEPT OTHER CENTRAL CAROLINA INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES STANLY CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL

1 18 6 2

RUTHERFORD SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT RUTHERFORD CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT FOREST CITY POLICE DEPT LAKE LURE POLICE DEPT RUTHERFORDTON POLICE DEPT SPINDALE POLICE DEPT OTHER HALL ASSOCIATES RUTHERFORD CO SCHOOLS RUTHERFORDTON FIRE DEPT TOTAL

18 88 46 40 3 1 2 1 199

1 1 29

STOKES

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT STOKES CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT KING POLICE DEPT WALNUT COVE POLICE DEPT TOTAL

7 10 1 18

SAMPSON

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SAMPSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT CLINTON POLICE DEPT ROSEBORO POLICE DEPT OTHER NO DEPT LISTED SALEMBURG FIRE DEPT SAMPSON CO ANIMAL CONTROL SAMPSON CO COMMUNICATIONS SAMPSON COMM COLLEGE SAMPSON REGIONAL MED CTR TOTAL

16 118 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 143

SURRY

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SURRY CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT ELKIN POLICE DEPT MOUNT AIRY POLICE DEPT PILOT MOUNTAIN POLICE DEPT OTHER DEBNAM SECURITY INTERNATIONAL TOTAL

8 30 26 2 1 67

65

COUNTY SWAIN

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT SWAIN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

REGISTERED 1 1

COUNTY WAKE

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT WAKE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

REGISTERED 96

TRANSYLVANIA

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT TRANSYLVANIA CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BREVARD POLICE DEPT OTHER BREVARD ABC TRANSYLVANIA CO DSS TOTAL

8 46 1 1 56

TYRRELL

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT TYRRELL CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

6 6

POLICE DEPARTMENT APEX POLICE DEPT 9 CARY POLICE DEPT 157 CRABTREE VALLEY MALL POLICE DEPT 3 FUQUAY-VARINA POLICE DEPT 6 GARNER POLICE DEPT 22 KNIGHTDALE POLICE DEPT 2 MEREDITH COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE 1 MORRISVILLE POLICE DEPT 17 RALEIGH POLICE DEPT 81 RALEIGH POLICE TRAINING CENTER 1 RALEIGH-DURHAM INT AIRPORT POLICE 19 ROLESVILLE POLICE DEPT 3 SHAW UNIV CAMPUS POLICE 1 ST AUGUSTINES COLLEGE CAMPUS POLICE 2 WAKE FOREST POLICE DEPT 33 WAKEMED COMPANY POLICE 6 WENDELL POLICE DEPT 7 YORK COMPANY POLICE DEPT 3 ZEBULON POLICE DEPT 15 OTHER BRINKS INC BURNS INTERNATIONAL SECURITY CITY-CO ID UNIT - RALEIGH KERR FAMILY YMCA LOOMIS FARGO & CO MAXIMUM SECURITY AGENCY INC NC FIREARMS TRAINING INSTITUTE INC NO DEPT LISTED PERSONAL DEFENSE HANDGUN SAFETY CENTER PINKERTON/BURNS SECURITY QUANTUM SUPPORT INC REX HEALTHCARE PRIVATE PROTECTIVE SERVICES SHOOTER SUPPLY US SECURITY ASSOCIATION WACKENHUT CORP WAKE CO ABC WAKE CO ANIMAL CONTROL WAKE CO COMMUNICATIONS WAKE CO SCHOOLS WAKE TECH COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

UNION

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT UNION CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT MARSHVILLE POLICE DEPT MONROE POLICE DEPT WAXHAW POLICE DEPT WINGATE POLICE DEPT OTHER UNION CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL

94 7 54 3 2 1 161

1 6 21 1 1 1 1 8 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 5 2 10 1 8 560

VANCE

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT VANCE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT HENDERSON POLICE DEPT OTHER HENDERSON-VANCE CO COMMUNICATIONS INTERAGENCY DRUG ENFORCEMENT NO DEPT LISTED VANCE CO CORRECTIONAL CENTER VANCE-GRANVILLE COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

2 26

3 7 1 4 2 45

66

COUNTY WARREN

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT WARREN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

REGISTERED 7 7

COUNTY WILSON

AGENCY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT WILSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT LUCAMA POLICE DEPT WILSON POLICE DEPT

REGISTERED 32 3 44

WASHINGTON SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT WASHINGTON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT PLYMOUTH POLICE DEPT TOTAL

2 6 8

OTHER AMERICAN SECURITY & PROTECTIVE SERVICES INC WILSON CO COMMUNICATIONS WILSON CO EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT WILSON TECH COMM COLLEGE TOTAL

2 19 6 3

109

WATAUGA

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT WATAUGA CO SHERIFFS OFFICE

13

YADKIN

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT YADKIN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT YADKINVILLE POLICE DEPT TOTAL

5 3 8

POLICE DEPARTMENT BLOWING ROCK POLICE DEPT 3 BOONE POLICE DEPT 36 WATAUGA MEDICAL CENTER CO POLICE 3 TOTAL 55 YANCEY WAYNE SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT WAYNE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT GOLDSBORO POLICE DEPT MOUNT OLIVE POLICE DEPT OTHER GRIMES INVESTIGATIONS SENTRY SECURITY SERVICES WAYNE CO COMMUNICATIONS TOTAL 58 117 4 2 1 5 187

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT YANCEY CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT BURNSVILLE POLICE DEPT OTHER YANCEY CO SCHOOLS TOTAL

21

5

1 27

WILKES

SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT WILKES CO SHERIFFS OFFICE POLICE DEPARTMENT NORTH WILKESBORO POLICE DEPT WILKESBORO POLICE DEPT TOTAL

4 1 6 11

TOTAL AGENCIES BY COUNTY 8,974

67

State Agencies Served by Academy Training
Agency APPALACHIAN ST UNIV APPALACHIAN ST UNIV CAMPUS POLICE BROUGHTON HOSPITAL POLICE BROWN CREEK CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION CALEDONIA CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION CHERRY HOSPITAL CRAVEN CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION DISTRICT ATTORNEYS’ OFFICE DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL DOROTHEA DIX HOSPITAL POLICE DUKE ENERGY CORPORATION SECURITY DUPLIN CORRECTIONAL CENTER EAST CAROLINA UNIV EAST CAROLINA UNIV CAMPUS POLICE EASTERN CORRECTIONAL CENTER ELIZABETH CITY ST UNIV CAMPUS POLICE FAYETTEVILLE ST UNIV FAYETTEVILLE ST UNIV CAMPUS POLICE GREENE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION GUILFORD CORRECTIONAL CENTER HARNETT CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION HYDE CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION JORDAN LAKE STATE RECREATION LUMBERTON CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION MARION CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION MCCAIN CORRECTIONAL HOSPITAL MID ATLANTIC NARCOTICS TRNG ACADEMY MORRISON YOUTH INSTITUTION MOUNTAIN VIEW CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTE NC A&T STATE UNIV CAMPUS POLICE NC ARBORETUM POLICE DEPT NC CC&PS NC CC&PS - ALCOHOL LAW ENFORCEMENT NC CC&PS - BUTNER PUBLIC SAFETY NC CC&PS - GOVERNOR’S CRIME COMMISSION NC CC&PS - HIGHWAY PATROL Reg. 1 11 1 1 1 1 4 35 1 1 18 5 1 26 1 7 3 1 1 1 5 3 1 1 3 1 2 3 1 6 5 4 40 11 1 394

68

NC CC&PS - NATIONAL GUARD NC CC&PS - NC POLICE CORPS NC CC&PS - NG - COUNTER DRUG TASK FORCE NC DCR - ARCHIVES & HISTORY NC DENR - AIR QUALITY NC DENR - FOREST RESOURCES NC DENR - MARINE FISHERIES - MARINE PATROL NC DENR - PARKS & RECREATION NC DENR - WASTE MGMT - SOLID WASTE NC DENR - WILDLIFE RES COMMISSION NC DEPT OF LABOR - MINE & QUARRY BUREAU NC DHHS NC DHHS - CHILD DEVELOPMENT NC DHHS - NC IMMUNIZATION BRANCH NC DHHS - OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER NC DJJDP NC DOA - HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION NC DOC NC DOC - DIV OF COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS NC DOC - DIV OF PRISONS NC DOI NC DOJ NC DOJ - ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE NC DOJ - CI - PRIVATE PROTECT SERVICES NC DOJ - CRIMINAL DIV - MEDICAID INVEST NC DOJ - ENVIRONMENTAL DIVISION NC DOJ - ITT NC DOJ - JUSTICE ACADEMY - EAST NC DOJ - JUSTICE ACADEMY - WEST NC DOJ - SBI NC DOJ - TRAINING & STANDARDS NC DOR NC DOT - DMV - DRIVER LICENSE SECTION NC DOT - DMV - ENFORCEMENT SECTION NC DOT - DMV - LICENSE & THEFT BUREAU NC GENERAL ASSEMBLY POLICE NC MUSEUM OF ART NC MUSEUM OF HISTORY POLICE NC OSP NC SCHOOL OF THE ARTS CAMPUS POLICE NC SEC NC SPECIAL POLICE

5 6 20 2 1 1 12 11 1 90 1 2 2 1 3 24 1 46 4 29 8 4 13 1 17 1 1 88 61 85 3 1 2 75 29 3 1 2 2 9 5 1

69

NC STATE CAPITOL POLICE NC STATE FAIRGROUNDS PUBLIC SAFETY NC STATE PORTS AUTHORITY POLICE NCCU CAMPUS POLICE NCSU CAMPUS POLICE PUBLIC DEFENDERS OFFICE UNC HOSPITALS POLICE DEPT UNC-CHAPEL HILL CAMPUS POLICE UNC-CHARLOTTE CAMPUS POLICE UNC-GREENSBORO CAMPUS POLICE UNC-WILMINGTON CAMPUS POLICE WESTERN CAROLINA UNIV WESTERN CAROLINA UNIV CAMPUS POLICE WESTERN YOUTH INSTITUTION

21 2 13 11 29 18 11 85 26 23 30 1 33 3

TOTAL STATE AGENCIES 1582

70

Out-of-State Agencies Served by Academy Training
County JEFFERSON LAUDERDALE LAWRENCE SHELBY Agency Name HOOVER POLICE DEPT LAUDERDALE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE LAWRENCE CO FIRE MARSHAL CALERA FIRE AND RESCUE CALERA POLICE DEPT TOTAL SANTA CLARA SAN JOSE POLICE DEPT TOTAL KENT NEW CASTLE PARKS & RECREATION NEWARK POLICE DEPT TOTAL BAY CITRUS DUVAL HARDEE LEON MIAMI-DADE PALM BEACH POLK SANTA ROSA ST JOHNS BAY CO SHERIFFS OFFICE CITRUS CO SCHOOLBOARD CITRUS CO SHERIFFS OFFICE JACKSONVILLE SHERIFFS OFFICE HARDEE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TALLAHASSEE POLICE DEPT MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPT CITY OF BOCA RATON LAKELAND POLICE DEPT POLK CO SHERIFFS OFFICE SANTA ROSA CO SHERIFFS OFFICE ST JOHNS CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL Reg 1 2 1 2 1 7 2 2 12 2 14 1 1 4 1 3 1 2 3 2 1 2 1 22 State AL

AL CA CA DE

DE FL

FL

71

BARROW CAMDEN COLGUITT ELBERT FULTON GORDON GWINNETT HABERSHAM HALL MONROE MURRAY RICHMOND ROCKDALE WALKER WHITFIELD

WINDER POLICE DEPT ST MARYS POLICE DEPT MOULTRIE POLICE DEPT ELBERT CO ANIMAL CONTROL ATLANTA POLICE DEPT CALHOUN POLICE DEPT LAWRENCEVILLE POLICE DEPT X AND M SECURITY CONSULTANT BALDWIN POLICE DEPT GAINESVILLE POLICE DEPT NORTHEAST GEORGIA MEDICAL CENTER STATE PATROL MURRAY CO ANIMAL CONTROL REGENT SECURITY SERVICES INC RICHMOND CO ANIMAL CONTROL DEPT OF MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY WALKER CO SHERIFFS OFFICE DALTON POLICE DEPT TOTAL

2 1 2 1 2 5 2 1 1 4 1 2 2 1 1 4 1 1 34 1

GA

GA IL

KANE

ST CHARLES POLICE DEPT TOTAL

1 ELKHART ELKHART CO PARKS & RECREATION TOTAL BOYLE FAYETTE MADISON DANVILLE POLICE DEPT LEXINGTON FAYETTE U C DIV OF POLICE DEPT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE TRAINING EASTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY TOTAL CALCASIEU STATE POLICE TOTAL ESSEX LYNN POLICE DEPT TOTAL 3 3 1 2 1 1 5 1 1 1 1

IL IN IN KY

KY LA LA MA MA

72

ANNE ARUNDEL BALTIMORE GARRETT MONTGOMERY PRINCE GEORGES

WORCESTER

DNR STATE FOREST & PARK SERVICE MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY MARYLAND STATE POLICE DNR STATE FOREST & PARK SERVICE STATE OF MD SPECIAL POLICE CITY OF BOWIE MT RAINIER NATURE REC CENTER PARKS & RECREATION ASSATEAGUE STATE PARK MARYLAND PARK SERVICE TOTAL

1 1 3 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 4 2 1 4 1 1 1 2 2 18

MD

MD MI MI NH NH NJ

LIVINGSTON

LIVINGSTON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE TOTAL

CHESHIRE

MONADNOCK HUMANE SOCIETY TOTAL

HUDSON PASSAIC

W NY NJ POLICE DEPT NJ - PARKS & RECREATION TOTAL

NJ OH

ALLEN GREENE LAKE PREBLE STARK SUMMIT WOOD

JOHNNY APPLESEED METROPOLITAN PARK LIMA PARKS & RECREATION GREENE CO PARKS & RECREATION MENTOR POLICE DEPT PARKS & RECREATION CANTON POLICE DEPT PARKS & RECREATION SUMMIT CO PARKS & RECREATION WOOD CO PARK DISTRICT TOTAL

OH

73

AIKEN ALLENDALE ANDERSON BAMBERG BERKELEY

CHARLESTON

CHEROKEE CHESTER CLARENDON COLLETON DARLINGTON DILLON DORCHESTER FAIRFAX FLORENCE GEORGETOWN GREENVILLE

GREENWOOD HORRY

JASPER LAURENS LEXINGTON MARION

AIKEN DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY ALLENDALE POLICE DEPT ANDERSON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE ANDERSON POLICE DEPT BAMBERG CO DETENTION CENTER BAMBERG POLICE DEPT DEPT OF CORRECTION GOOSE CREEK POLICE DEPT HANAHAN POLICE DEPT CHARLESTON CO AVIATION AUTHORITY POLICE DEPT CHARLESTON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE CHARLESTON POLICE DEPT EDISTO BEACH POLICE DEPT MT PLEASANT POLICE DEPT NORTH CHARLESTON POLICE DEPT STEVE ABRAMS & CO LTD CHEROKEE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE CHESTER CO SHERIFFS OFFICE REENTECH SECURITY SERVICES INC MANNING POLICE DEPT COLLETON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE SHARTSVILLE POLICE DEPT DILLON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE DORCHESTER CO SHERIFFS OFFICE DEPT OF CORRECTION CSX RAILROAD POLICE FLORENCE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE GEORGETOWN CO SHERIFFS OFFICE FOUNTAIN INN POLICE DEPT GREENVILLE ANIMAL CONTROL GREENVILLE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE GREENVILLE HOSPITAL SYSTEM GREENVILLE POLICE DEPT CSX TRAN HORRY CO POLICE DEPT LORIS POLICE DEPT MYRTLE BEACH POLICE DEPT NORTH MYRTLE BEACH DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY JASPER CO ANIMAL CONTROL LAURENS CITY POLICE DEPT LEXINGTON CO ANIMAL CONTROL LEXINGTON CO SHERIFFS OFFICE NO DEPT LISTED

1 1 4 5 1 2 1 3 2 1 2 4 1 3 1 1 8 3 3 4 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 5 1 1 3 1 7 1 2 4 4 6 1 2 2 2 1

SC

74

OCONEE ORANGEBURG PICKENS RICHLAND

RUTHERFORD SPARTANBURG

SUMTER YORK

OCONEE CO PARKS & RECREATION 11 OCONEE CO SHERIFFS OFFICE 3 ORANGEBURG CO SHERIFFS OFFICE 2 ORANGEBURG DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 1 CENTRAL POLICE DEPT 1 PICKENS CO SHERIFFS OFFICE 2 DEPT OF CORRECTION 6 DEPT OF PROBATION AND PAROLE 1 DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY 4 EXPRESS TELLER SERVICES INC 1 HIGHWAY PATROL 2 LAW ENFORCEMENT DIVISION 3 SCANA CORPORATION 2 NO DEPT LISTED 1 SPARTANBURG CO CORONERS OFFICE 1 SPARTANBURG CO SHERIFFS OFFICE 5 SPARTANBURG PUBLIC SAFETY DEPT 3 SUMTER POLICE DEPT 2 CLOVER POLICE DEPT 3 ROCK HILL POLICE DEPT 12 ROCK HILL SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCE CENTER 1 WINTHROP UNIV CAMPUS POLICE 1 YORK CO SHERIFFS OFFICE 3 YORK POLICE DEPT 1 YORK TECHNICAL COLLEGE PUBLIC SAFETY 1 TOTAL 176 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 4 1 4 20 TN SC TN

COCKE DAVIDSON GREENE HAMILTON KNOX SULLIVAN SUMNER WILLIAMSON

NEWPORT ANIMAL CONTROL WACKENHUT CORP WALTERS STATE COMM COLLEGE POLICE ACADEMY CHATTANOOGA ANIMAL CONTROL HUMANE EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY KNOX CO SHERIFFS OFFICE ST MARYS HOSPITAL SECURITY BRISTOL POLICE DEPT WHITE HOUSE POLICE DEPT TN - FRANKLIN POLICE DEPT TOTAL

75

DALLAS

DUNCANVILLE POLICE DEPT TOTAL

4 4 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 3 5 6 8

TX TX VA

ARLINGTON CHESAPEAKE FAIRFAX HAMPTON ISLE OF WIGHT JAMES CITY NEWPORT NEWS ROANOKE SUFFOLK VIRGINIA BEACH

ARLINGTON CO PARKS & RECREATION NORTHWEST RIVER PARKS & RECREATION NORTHERN VIRGINIA REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY CITY OF HAMPTON HAMPTON SHERIFFS OFFICE NEWPORT NEWS POLICE DEPT JAMES CITY CO POLICE DEPT NEWPORT NEWS PARKS & RECREATION ROANOKE CITY POLICE DEPT SUFFOLK POLICE DEPT VIRGINIA BEACH POLICE DEPT TOTAL

31 1 1 2

VA WV

CABELL KANAWHA

CABELL CO SHERIFFS OFFICE SAINT ALBANS POLICE DEPT TOTAL

WV

TOTAL OUT-OF-STATE AGENCIES 359

76

Federal Agencies Served by Academy Training
County CLAY DUVAL Agency Name US MARINE CORPS US FBI US NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES TOTAL US ATTORNEYS OFFICE FEDERAL LAW ENF TRAINING CENTER INSPECTOR GENERAL CRIMINAL INV ACADEMY TOTAL US NATIONAL PARK SERVICE BLUE RIDGE PARKWAY US MARSHALS SERVICE - WESTERN DIST US TVA POLICE DEPT US DEPT OF DEFENSE US MARINE CORPS - CHERRY POINT US NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE US AIR FORCE - POPE AFB US ARMY - FT BRAGG US BUREAU OF ATF US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES US PROBATION OFFICE - EASTERN DIST VA MEDICAL CENTER POLICE FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS US BUREAU OF ATF US FOREST SERVICE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE US AIR FORCE - NC AIR GUARD US ATTORNEYS OFFICE - WESTERN DIST US BUREAU OF ATF US IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION US MARSHALS SERVICE - WESTERN DIST INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE US BUREAU OF ATF US COAST GUARD US PROBATION OFFICE - EASTERN DIST CID US COAST GUARD - CAMP LEJEUNE Reg 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 1 1 6 12 2 1 6 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 4 6 1 4 State FL

FULTON GLYNN

GA

ALLEGHANY BUNCOMBE CHEROKEE CRAVEN CUMBERLAND

DURHAM GRANVILLE GUILFORD MCDOWELL MECKLENBURG

NEW HANOVER

ONSLOW

77

PITT SWAIN WAKE

WAYNE WILSON CHARLESTON FLORENCE GEORGETOWN RICHLAND ACCOMACK ARLINGTON CARROLL ROANOKE YORK

US MARINE CORPS - CAMP LEJEUNE US NAVY US PROBATION OFFICE - EASTERN DIST US PROBATION OFFICE - EASTERN DIST CHEROKEE POLICE DEPT INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE US ATTORNEYS OFFICE - EASTERN DIST US BUREAU OF ATF US DEPT OF AGRICULTURE US DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION US PROBATION OFFICE - EASTERN DIST US DOJ - NATIONAL DRUG INTELLIGENCE CTR US PROBATION OFFICE - EASTERN DIST TOTAL US BUREAU OF ATF US BUREAU OF ATF US COAST GUARD US BUREAU OF ATF TOTAL

22 9 1 5 4 1 13 2 2 2 10 1 4 146 1 1 1 1 4 SC

US NAVY 1 US POSTAL SERVICE - INSPECTOR GENERAL 1 US NATIONAL PARK SERVICE - BLUE RIDGE PKWY 1 US NAVY 9 US NAVY - LAW ENF DIV NAVAL SUPPORT STATION 2 TOTAL 14 DEPT OF DEFENSE POLICE TOTAL 1 1

VA

MILWAUKEE

WI

TOTAL FEDERAL AGENCIES - 171

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International Agencies Served by Academy Training
AGENCY NAME GE - GERMANY COP GE - GERMANY POLICE DIST LINE - CIVIL COMMAND GE - GERMANY PRO SECURITE SP - SPAIN BASQUE REGION POLICE SP - SPANISH CIVIL GUARD SP - SPANISH NATIONAL POLICE REG 1 10 1 4 5 5

GRAND TOTAL INTERNATIONAL AGENCIES EAST CAMPUS 26

OVERALL SUMMARY
Local State Out-of-State Federal TOTAL International TOTAL 8,974 1,582 359 171 11,086 26 11,112

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Students Trained in Academy Courses
MONTH & YEAR July 2002 August 2002 September 2002 October 2002 November 2002 December 2002 January 2003 February 2003 March 2003 April 2003 May 2003 June 2003 TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS 679 830 905 1,463 1,253 595 830 758 1,107 1,211 1,001 480 11,112

Academy students trained on NCJA campuses* Academy students trained off campus Total Academy students trained

= = =

6,580 4,532 11,112

80

Outside Agency Students Trained on Academy Campuses
MONTH & YEAR July 2002 August 2002 September 2002 October 2002 November 2002 December 2002 January 2003 February 2003 March 2003 April 2003 May 2003 June 2003 TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS 139 402 33 1,067 374 231 594 288 373 413 242 544 5,001

ACADEMY STUDENTS TRAINED FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002-2003 AGENCY STUDENTS TRAINED FOR FISCAL YEAR 2002-2003 TOTAL CJ PERSONNEL IMPACTED BY NCJA COURSES & FACILITIES *NCJA Campuses = Salemburg and Edneyville

11,112 5,001 16,113

81

Number of Students Trained in NCJA Courses

14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0

Thousands

6474 4152 4035 3989
3419 4406

6369 4956

6805

4227

4871

4695

4532

6950 4416 4397 4323

6646

6291

6580

3969

4011

92-93

93-94

94-95

95-96

96-97

97-98

98-99

99-00

00-01

01-02

02-03

92-93 3969 4152

93-94 4011 4035 8046

94-95 3419 3989 7408

95-96 4406 6474 10880

96-97 4416 6369 10785

97-98 4397 4956 9353

98-99 4323 6805 11128

99-00 6950 4227 11177

00-01 6646 4871 11517

01-02 6291 4695 10986

02-03 6580 4532 11112

Total

8121

Students Trained Off-Campus Students Trained On-Campus

82

Number of Students Trained on NCJA Campuses*

14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0

Thousands

6950 6646 3969
2525 92-93

6578 6291

4406 4011
2281 93-94

3419
2470 94-95 3169 95-96

4416

4397

4323
4531 4954

4143 2472 96-97 3021 97-98 98-99

3547

4093

99-00

00-01

01-02

02-03

92-93 2525 3969

93-94 2281 4011 6292

94-95 2470 3419 5889

95-96 3169 4406 7575

96-97 2472 4416 6888

97-98 3021 4397 7418

98-99 4143 4323 8466

99-00 4531 6950 11481

00-01 3547 6646 10193

01-02 4093 6291 10384

02-03 4954 6578 11532

Total

6494

S tudents Trained by N C JA S tudents Trained by O ther Agencies

*N C JA C am puses = S alem burg and E dneyville

83

Number of Criminal Justice Personnel Impacted by NCJA Courses & Facilities

20

15
14049

15271 13257 12374

15708 15064

16064 15080

Thousands

10

10646

10327

9878

5

0
92-93 93-94 94-95 95-96 96-97 97-98 98-99 99-00 00-01 01-02 02-03

84

Number of NC Justice Academy Courses Offered
Course Title Access Data Forensic Boot Camp ACHSA NC Chapter Seminar Adv Traffic Crash Inv-Math Refresher (Web-based) Advanced Internet Searching for Investigators Advanced Interrogation Techniques (Web-based) Advanced SRO Training Advanced SRO Training Advanced Traffic Crash Investigation Aggressive Driving Enforcement (Web based) ALERT International Pursuit Seminar Analytical Investigative Techniques I Analytical Investigative Techniques II Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Number of Location Times Of fered Edneyville 1 Salemburg 1 Salemburg 1 Edneyville 1 Edneyville 2 Garner 1 Salemburg 1 Salemburg 3 Salemburg 1 Salemburg 1 Edneyville 2 Edneyville 1 Ahoskie 1 Albemarle 1 Asheboro 1 Asheville 3 Boone 1 Burlington 2 Cary 1 Chapel Hill 2 Charlotte 6 Concord 2 Durham 2 Edneyville 8 Fayetteville 2 Franklin 1 Gastonia 3 Goldsboro 2 Greensboro 3 Henderson 2 Hickory 2 High Point 3 Huntersville 1 Jacksonville 2 Kernersville 1 Laurinburg 1 Lexington 2 Lincolnton 1 Monroe 1

85

Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors ASP Tactical Baton Instructor Course ASP Tactical Baton Instructor Course At-Scene Traffic Crash Investigation At-Scene Traffic Crash Investigation At-Scene Traffic Crash Investigation Background Investigations Background Investigations Background Investigations (Web-based) Ballistic Shield Operator Certification Training Basic Child Sexual Assault Evid. Collection Course Basic Computer Skills for Investigators Basic Computer Skills for Investigators Basic Digital Photography Basic Ground Defense for Law Enforcement Basic Ground Defense Instructor Training Program Basic Juvenile Officer Training Basic Narcotics Investigator School Basic Search Warrants Basic Spanish for Arrest Procedures Basic Spanish for Arrest Procedures Basic Spanish for Law Enf. Officers Basic Spanish for Law Enf. Officers Basic Spanish for Law Enf. Officers Basic Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers Basic Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers Basic Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers Basic Spanish for Traffic Enforcement Officers Basic SWAT Basic SWAT Basic SWAT Bioterrorism Awareness

Morganton Mount Airy Nags Head Raleigh Reidsville Rockingham Rocky Mount Roxboro Salemburg Salisbury Sanford Southern Pines Statesville Wilkesboro Wilmington Wilson Winston-Salem Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Huntersville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Huntersville Salemburg Salemburg Cullowhee Edneyville Salemburg Asheville Chapel Hill Salemburg Edneyville Lenoir Nags Head Edneyville Asheville Currituck Salemburg Hickory

2 1 1 5 2 1 2 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 2 2 1 1 1 6 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1

86

Boating While Impaired Case Preparation Challenge Course Experience Chemical Munitions Instructor Course Child Death Investigation Child Death Investigation Child Death Investigations (Web-based) Cold Case Homicide Investigation Computerized Intelligence Analysis Conspiracy Investigations Contact/Cover Tactical Skills Contact/Cover Tactical Skills Counterdrug Interviewing Techniques Court Officials Spanish Training Court Officials Spanish Training Court Officials Spanish Training CPR Recertification Crime Prev. Through Environmental Design (Web-blended) Crime Prevention for Community Police Officers Crime Prevention I Crime Prevention II Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design Crime Scene Processing Crimes Against Persons Investigation (Web-based) Criminal Intelligence Analysis Techniques Criminal Sexual Paraphilias Criminal Sexuality Curso Para Leer Y Practicar Español (basado del Web) Customer Service Skills for Telecommunicators Customer Service Skills for Telecommunicators Customer Service Skills for Telecommunicators Date Rape Drugs (Web-based) Death Investigations Death Investigations Detention Field Training Officer Detention Officer Certification Dev. Writing Skills for Detention & Law Enf. Off. Developing In-service Fitness Programs Developing Speaking Skills Developing Writing Skills for Detention & Law Enf. Distraction Devices Instructor Course Drug Enforcement for Patrol Officers Drug Enforcement for Patrol Officers Drug Enforcement for Patrol Officers Dynamics of Child Abuse and Neglect Effectively Working W/Cult. Different People Emergency Call Taking

Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Ft. Fisher Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Fort Fisher Edneyville Raleigh Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Winston-Salem Edneyville Salemburg Cary Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Raleigh Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Charlotte Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Charlotte Salemburg Edneyville Jacksonville Salemburg Salemburg Shallotte Salemburg

1 1 3 1 3 3 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 3 2 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 3

87

EMS, Fire & Rescue Communication (Web-blended) Ethics for Investigators Evidence and Property Room Management FBI Law Enf. Officer Killed/Assaulted Analysis FBI Law Enf. Officer Killed/Assaulted Analysis Field Training Officer Field Training Officer Field Training Officer Fingerprints Classification & Comparison Fingerprints Classification & Comparison Firearms Instructors’ Conference First Line Supervision First Line Supervision First Line Supervision First Line Supervision Footwear and Tiretread Impressions Footwear and Tiretread Impressions Forensic Interviewing of a Child Victim/Witness Full Face Mask & Underwater Communication Fundamentals of Cybercrime Investigation Fundamentals of Cybercrime Investigation Fundamentals of the Investigative Process Fundamentals of the Investigative Process Fundamentals of the Investigative Process Fundamentals of the Investigative Process (Web-based) Hate Crime Reporting: Response & Verification Hate Crime Reporting: Response & Verification Identity Theft Identity Theft (Web-based) Informant Management Informant Management In-Service Firearms Qualification In-Service Training In-Service Training In-Service Training Instructor Training Instructor Training Instructor Training Orientation Instructor Training Orientation Instructor Training Orientation Instructor Training Orientation Instructor Training Orientation Interagency Cooperation Internet Crime: Awareness and Prevention Internet Crimes: Awareness & Prev (Web-based) Internet for Investigators Interrogator Personality Dynamics (Web-based) Interview and Interrogation

Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Gastonia Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Greensboro Jacksonville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Ft. Fisher Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Sligo Salemburg Lillington Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Fort Fisher Ft. Fisher Salemburg Bolivia Marshall Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Charlotte Edneyville Garner Salemburg Weldon Gastonia Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Edneyville

1 1 1 1 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 4 1 1 5 1 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 6 2 1 5 1 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 10

88

Interview and Interrogation Interviewing Methodologies (Web-based) Introduction to Community Policing Introduction to Community Policing Introduction to Community Policing Investigating the Sexual Victimization of Children Investigating the Sexual Victimization of Children Investigative Discourse Analysis Investigative Discourse Analysis (Web-based) Investigative Uses of National Crim. Inv. Center Investigator Ethics (Web-based) Jiu-Jitsu for Law Enforcement Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: Train the Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: Train the Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: TTT Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: TTT Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: TTT Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: TTT Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: TTT Juvenile Procedures for Community Police Officers K-9 Law K-9 Law K-9 Law Law Enforcement Sniper Course Law Enforcement Summit Laws Governing Concealed Handguns LE Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction: TTT LECC Workshop Legal In-service Training Legal In-service Training Legal In-service Training Legal Issues of Crime Scene Searches Legal Issues of Crime Scene Searches Legal Issues of Crime Scene Searches Legal Update Legal Update Legal Update Legal Update Legal Update Legal Update Legal Update Managing Encounters With the Mentally Ill Managing Encounters With the Mentally Ill Managing Encounters With the Mentally Ill Marijuana Spotters School Marine Investigation and Interdiction Media Relations for Law Enforcement Personnel

Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Sligo Nags Head Ocean Isle Edneyville Edneyville Edneyville Edneyville Huntersville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Burlington Edneyville Nashville Salemburg Statesville Salemburg Edneyville Lexington Salemburg Butner Ridgecrest Salemburg Salemburg Wrightsville Beach Atlantic Beach Salemburg Wilson Edneyville Gastonia North Topsail Beach Boone Edneyville Kannapolis Lumberton Spruce Pine Wilson Winston-Salem Reidsville Salemburg Wentworth Ft. Fisher Ft. Fisher Salemburg

2 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 4 1 1 1 1 4 2 2 1 1 2 1 4 1 2 1

89

Methamphetamine Investigations Money Laundering MP5/SMG Room Assaults for Hostage Rescue/Drug Raid Narcotics Investigators Spanish Course National Animal Control Certification Training NC Assoc. of School Res. Officer’s Conference NC Gang Investigators Association Conference NC Homicide Investigators Association Conference NC Homicide Investigators Association Conference NC Jail Adm. Assoc. Regional Training NC Jail Adm. Assoc. Regional Training NC Law Enf. Officers’ Assoc. (Annual Meeting) NC Law Enf. Trng Officers’ Assoc. (Annual Meeting) NC NG Counter Drug Task Force Firearms Training NC Victim Assistance Network Conference NCJA Telecommunicator Conference NCLEOA/SCLEOA Training Conference OC Aerosol Projectors Instructor Course Occupant Kinematics Officer Safety for Traffic Enforcement Officers Officer Safety Training Officer Safety Training (Web-blended) Officers Duties and Foreign Nationals Operation Lifesaver Operation Lifesaver OxyContin Seminar (Web-based) PADI Open Water Diver Course Park Rangers Institute Workshop Pedestrian Traffic Crash Reconstruction Performance Appraisal Personnel Issues for Law Enforcement Supervisors Personnel Issues for Law Enforcement Supervisors Physical Surveillance Physical Surveillance Police Canines in School Police Canines in School Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Police Law Institute Practical Homicide Investigation Seminar Priv. Protective Services Board Inservice Firearms

Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Sunset Beach Charlotte Atlantic Beach Boone Edneyville Salemburg Asheville Edneyville Salemburg Asheville Salemburg Myrtle Beach, SC Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Charlotte Monroe Salemburg Ft. Fisher Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Gastonia Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Lexington Chapel Hill Durham Edneyville Gastonia Greensboro Lenoir Lexington Salemburg Wilmington Wilson Raleigh Salemburg

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 3 2 3 1 3

90

Private Protective Service Firearms Instructor Problem-solving for Community Police Officers Problem-solving for Community Police Officers Problem-solving for Community Police Officers Profiling the Crime Scene Public Records Law for Law Enforcement Agencies Radar and Time-Distance Operator Recertification Radar Instructor Recertification Radar Instructor Recertification Radar Instructor Training Radar Instrument Familiarization Course (Web-based) Radar Operator Recertification Radar Operator Refresher (Web-based) Rapid Deployment Instructor Training Rapid Deployment Instructor Training Rapid Deployment Training Rapid Deployment Training Report Writing: Documenting Use-of-Force Report Writing: Documenting Use-of-Force Response to Domestic Violence Robbery Investigation Robbery Investigation S.P.E.A.R Instructor Development Program School Resource Officer Training School Resource Officer Training School Resource Officer Training Security Symposium Sexual Assault Inv.: Dealing w/the Victim Sexual Assault Inv.: IDing the Suspect Sexual Assault Inv.: IDing the Suspect Simunition Supervisor Training and Safety Course Spanish In-service Spec. Subject Control/Arrest Techniques Spec. Subject Control/Arrest Techniques Special Response Team Trng. Seminar Specialized Driver Instructor Training Specialized Firearms Instructor Training Specialized Firearms Instructor Trng Specialized Firearms Instructor Trng Specialized Firearms Instructor Trng Specialized Physical Fitness Inst Trng Specialized Physical Fitness Inst Trng Specialty Impact Munitions Instructor Course Spontaneous Attack Defense for Detention Officers Stalking and Stalking Behaviors Stand. Field Sobriety Testing Refresher (Web-based) Standardized Field Sobriety Testing Standardized Field Sobriety Testing: TTT

Salemburg Currituck Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Marshall Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Garner Salemburg Raleigh Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Nags Head Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Huntersville Nags Head Edneyville Huntersville Edneyville

3 1 1 2 2 1 5 1 3 1 2 5 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 1 4 1 3 1 4 1 3 2 2 1 2 1 3 1 3 1 1 1 4 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 1

91

Street Officers’ Legal Seminar Street Officers’ Legal Seminar Street Officers’ Legal Seminar (Web-based) Stress Management Stress Management for Law Enforcement (Web-based) Stress Training for Telecommunicators Stress Training for Telecommunicators Stress Training for Telecommunicators Suicide Investigation Suicide Investigation Suicide Investigation (Web-based) Supplemental Speed Measuring Instrument Training Surveillance Photography Techniques SWAT Team Effectiveness Research SWAT Team Effectiveness Research TASER Master Instructor Certification Course Team Dynamics and Development Technical Surveillance Technical Surveillance for ALE Telecommunicator Certification Course Telecommunicator Certification Course Telecommunicator Certification Course Terrorism Awareness for Patrol Officers The Investigation of Vehicle Thefts Time-Distance Instructor Recertification Time-Distance Instructor Recertification Time-Distance Instructor Training Traffic Crash Reconstruction Traffic Crash Reconstruction Refresher Course Traffic Crashes and Fraud Traffic Homicide Case File Preparation Traffic Law Update Undercover School for DMV Underwater Crime Scene Using Laser Technology and Crash Zone Verbal Judo for Community Police Officers Verbal Judo for Community Police Officers Wife Rape/Rape by Intimate Partners Youth Gang Awareness for Patrol Officers Youth Gang Awareness for Patrol Officers

Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Edneyville Raleigh Salemburg Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Fort Fisher Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Goldsboro Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Salemburg Edneyville Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Ft. Fisher Edneyville Edneyville Salemburg Raleigh Edneyville Salemburg

2 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 5 2 4 2 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 2 3 607

92

Courses Offered by Other Agencies
Course Title ALE Basic ALE In-Service ALERT (Annual Law Enf. Refresher Trng.) AOC Archives, Journals & CD-rom Training AOC Bond Forfeiture AOC Case Management System AOC DMV Issues & Vehicle Seizure AOC Financial Management System AOC Guardian Ad Lithem Program Training AOC Magistrate System Training AOC Magistrate Warrant Control Module AOC V-Cap Special Procedures AOC Worthless Check Training Basic Driver License Examiner School Basic Law Enforcement Training Basic Training for Juvenile Court Counselors Biological/Chemical Decontamination BLET Civil Disorders BLET Driver Training BLET Driver Training BLET Driver Training BLET Driver Training BLET Driver Training BLET Driver Training BLET Firearms Training BLET Subject Control Campus Crime Prevention CDL Third Party Examiner School Certified Commercial Examiners Certified Driver Examiner School Challenge Course Ropes Training Combined Arms Staff Services School Community Corrections Training Correctional Firearms Instructor Correctional Officer Basic Critical Incident Stress Management Defensive Driver Training DJJDP Policy and Procedure Training DMV Defensive/Driver Training Number of Times Offered 2 1 8 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 1 1 3 2 8 1 1 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 4 2 2 2 3 1 2 14 1 1 8 2 Agency ALE ALE SPR AOC AOC AOC AOC AOC AOC AOC AOC AOC AOC DMV BRC DJJ HEM SCC FTC SCC JCC SEC FPD BCC SCC BRC PC DMV DMV DMV PC USA DOC DOC DOC SPR DJJ DJJ DMV

93

DMV In-service Training DOC In-service Training Domestic Violence Training Explorer Advanced Law Enforcement Explorer Basic Law Enforcement First Responder Gas Training Grant Writing Workshop In-service Defensive Tactics In-service Driver Training In-service Driver Training In-service Driver Training In-Service Firearms In-Service Firearms In-Service Firearms In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training In-service Training Jr. Police Academy Marine Patrol In-Service MOC Criminal Justice Administration NC DMV Basic License & Theft Bureau Training NC JOIN Orientation P/P Intensive Supervision Off. Basic Physical Training Assessment Physical Training Assessment Police Corps BLET Police Corps BLET Orientation Police Corps Fitness Assessments Police Corps In-service Training PPS Firearms Instructor Conference Probation/Parole Officer Basic SBI Basic Child Sexual Abuse Investigation SBI CJIN MDT Certification SBI CJIN MDT Challenge SBI Crisis Negotiator In-service SBI DARE Elementary Training SBI DCI Certification SBI Firearms Training

8 3 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 5 2 3 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 1 1 6 1 1 4 4 1 5 1 1 3 1 1 4 1 2 4 1 1 4 2

DMV DOC SCC BSA BSA SPR WSD GCC SPR DJJ FPD WSD CPD HCSO BSA HSO HPD HHS SPR DEA HPPD EFR DJJ SCC IRS SCC BPD DMP MOC DMV DJJ DOC PC BRC PC PC PC PC DOJ DOC SBI SBI SBI SBI SBI SBI SBI

94

SBI Hostage Negotiator In-Service SBI In-Service SBI Specialized Training Wildlife Driver Training Wildlife Enforcement Basic Training Wildlife In-Service Firearms Training Wildlife K-9 In-service Training Wildlife Recruit Selection Total

2 20 8 2 1 4 2 1 235

SBI SBI SBI WRC WRC WRC WRC WRC

ALE=Alcohol Law Enf., AOC=Adm. Office of the Courts, BCC=Bladen Comm. College, BPD=Burlington Police Dept., BRC=Blue Ridge Comm. College, BSA=Boy Scouts of America, CCC=Central Carolina Comm. College, CFC=Cape Fear Comm. College, CPD=Clinton Police Dept., DMP=Div. of Marine Patrol, DMV=Div. of Motor Vehicles, DOC=Dept. of Correction, DOJ=Dept. of Justice, DPD=Durham Police Dept., EPD=Erwin Police Dept., ERF=Edneyville Rescue & Fire Dept., FBI=Federal Bureau of Investigation, FTC=Fayetteville Technical Comm. College, HCF=Henderson Co. Fire Honor Guard, HCI=Harnett Correctional Institution, HHS=Dept. of Health & Human Services, HPD=Hendersonville Police Dept., LEO=NC Law Enforcement Officers’ Association, MAI=Mainstay, MOC=Mt. Olive College, NG=National Guard, OJJ=Office of Juvenile Justice, PSO=Polk Co. Sheriff’s Office, RPD=Raleigh Police Dept., RSO=Randolph Co. Sheriff’s Office, SBI=State Bureau of Inv., SCC=Sampson Comm. College, UDC=US Dept. of Commerce, WCG=Western Community Group, WRC=Wildlife Resources

95

Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission and Sheriffs’ Education & Training Standards Commission-Mandated Courses

COURSE

OCCURRENCES 1 6 3 7 3 5 4 1 5 4 3 7 4 4 7 2 1 67

STUDENTS 17 97 33 44 76 36 59 13 26 52 44 111 45 19 115 22 7 816

Detention Officer Certification In-service Firearms Qualification Instructor Training Instructor Training Orientation Laws Governing Concealed Handguns Radar and Time-Distance Operator Recertification Radar Instructor Recertification Radar Instructor Training Radar Operator Recertification Specialized Subject Control/Arrest Techniques Instructor Training Specialized Driver Instructor Training Specialized Firearms Instructor Training Specialized Physical Fitness Instructor Training Supplemental Speed Measuring Instrument Training Telecommunicator Certification Course Time-Distance Instructor Recertification Time-Distance Instructor Training TOTAL

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Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training Report
COURSE OCCURRENCES 1 13 14 STUDENTS 1 198 199 Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training Juvenile Minority Sensitivity Training: Train the Trainer TOTAL

Terrorism Preparedness Training
COURSE Anti-terrorism for Managers & Supervisors Law Enforcement Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction: Train the Trainer TOTAL OCCURRENCES 6 2 8 STUDENTS 108 45 153

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Number of Courses Offered by the North Carolina Justice Academy
OFF CAMPUS COURSES - BY REGION Central Region 61

Western Region 77 Eastern Region 58

NCJA COURSES OFF CAMPUS Western Region Central Region Eastern Region Out-of-State TOTAL OFF CAMPUS TOTAL COURSES ON NCJA CAMPUSES* TOTAL NUMBER OF NCJA COURSES

77 61 58 1 197 410 607

*NCJA Campuses = Salemburg and Edneyville

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Training Hours
MONTH & YEAR July 2002 August 2002 September 2002 October 2002 November 2002 December 2002 January 2003 February 2003 March 2003 April 2003 May 2003 June 2003 TOTALS ON CAMPUS 9,183 14,355 16,485 16,053 15,489 9,007 15,617 13,116 18,185 20,445 21,488 6,446 175,869 OFF CAMPUS 7,132 8,445 7,310 15,772 17,526 5,269 4,928 10,396 8,290 5,872 8,568 9,453 108,961 TOTAL 16,315 22,800 23,795 31,825 33,015 14,276 20,545 23,512 26,475 26,317 30,056 15,899 284,830

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State Agencies Training Summaries
Administrative Office of the Courts
Course Title AOC Archives, Journals & CD-rom Training AOC Bond Forfeiture AOC Case Management System AOC DMV Issues and Vehicle Seizure AOC Financial Management System AOC Guardian Ad Litem Program Training AOC Magistrate System Training AOC Magistrate Warrant Control Module AOC V-Camp Special Procedures AOC Worthless Check Training Total Students Trained and Courses Offered No. of Students Trained 22 6 11 15 8 12 13 52 8 13 160 Times Offered 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 3 1 1 15

Alcohol Law Enforcement
Course Title ALE Basic ALE In-Service Total Students Trained and Courses Offered Students Trained 11 23 34 No. of Times Offered 2 1 3

100

Department of Correction
Course Title Community Corrections Training Correctional Firearms Instructor Correctional Officer Basic DOC In-Service Training P/P Intensive Supervision Officer Basic P/P Officer Basic Total Students Trained and Courses Offered No. of Students Trained Times Offered 12 47 388 64 69 80 660 1 2 14 3 4 4 28

Department of Health and Human Services
Course Title In-service Training Total Students Trained and Courses Offered No. of Students Trained Times Offered 42 42 3 3

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Department of Juvenile Justice
No. of Students Trained Times Offered 137 2 158 49 102 448 8 1 8 3 4 24

Course Title

Basic Training for Juvenile Court Counselors Defensive Driver Training DJJDP Policy and Procedure Training In-Service Driver Training NC JOIN Orientation Total Students Trained and Courses Of fered

Department of Motor Vehicles
Course Title No. of Students Trained Times Offered 39 71 33 31 12 6 4 196 3 4 2 2 2 1 1 15

Basic Driver License Examiner School CDL Third Party Examiner School Certified Commercial Examiners Certified Driver Examiner School DMV Defensive/Driver Training In-Service NC DMV Basic License & Theft Bureau Training Total Students Trained and Courses Of fered

102

Governor’s Crime Commission
Course Title Grant Writing Workshop Total Students Trained and Courses Offered No. of Students Trained Times Offered 40 40 1 1

Police Corps
Course Title Police Corps Fitness Assessments Total Students Trained and Courses Offered No. of Students Trained Times Offered 28 28 1 1

103

State Bureau of Investigation
Course Title SBI Basic Child Sexual Abuse Investigation SBI CJIN MDT Certification SBI CJIN MDT Challenge SBI Crisis Negotiator In-service SBI DARE Elementary Training SBI DCI Certification SBI Firearms Training SBI Hostage Negotiator In-Service SBI In-Service SBI Specialized Training Total Students Trained and Courses Offered No. of Students Trained Times Offered 33 21 55 22 30 99 33 57 745 186 1,281 1 2 4 1 1 4 2 2 20 8 45

State Parks and Recreation
Course Title In-service Training Total Students Trained and Courses Offered No. of Students Trained Times Offered 11 11 1 1

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Wildlife Resources Commission

Course Title Wildlife Driver Training Wildlife Enforcement Basic Training Wildlife In-Service Firearms Wildlife K-9 In-Service Training Wildlife Recruit Selection

No. of Students Trained Times Offered 24 20 39 18 502 603 2 1 4 2 1 10

Total Students Trained and Courses Of fered

105

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The Budget

107

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Budget 2002-2003
Student/Instructional Support, East $814,392

Western Campus $1,579, 515

Campus Operations, East $1,272,040

Administration $582,431

Training, East $1,842,883

AUTHORIZED BUDGET $6,091,261

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Grants
Traffic Enforcement & Investigation (#2526) Academy of Counter-Terrorism (#2524) $34,500.00 $200,000.00

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The Traffic Enforcement & Investigation Grant (#2526), furthers the goal of providing National Highway Traffic Safety Administration training in the areas of occupant safety, standardized field sobriety and other similarly related courses.

The Academy of Counter-Terrorism Grant (#2524), furthers the aim of providing materials for contract training services and trainers to provide anti-terrorism training to North Carolina’s law enforcement officers.

Capital Projects
Cafeteria Renovation NCJA-E Administration Annex Building Roof Repair Dormitory A Planning $841,007.04 $18,000.00 $90,000.00

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NC Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission NC Justice Academy Bookstore Sales
Basic Law Enforcement Training Manual (Std. Ed.) 2332 Basic Law Enforcement Training Manual (Instr. Ed.) 0 Basic Law Enforcement Training Manual (Hypermedia Instr.) 70 CD/Hypermedia Instructor 47 th 1258 NC Crimes 5 Edition 2002 Supplement, NC Crimes 7 Arrest, Search & Investigation in NC ‘92 Ed. 1282 Arrest, Search & Investigation in NC Supplement ‘97 Ed. 1172 NC Motor Vehicle Law 2000 & 2001 863 NC Motor Vehicle Law 2001 & 2002 600 Radar Operator Training Manual (Std. Ed.) 740 Radar, SMI Training Course 4 Radar, Supplement To Speed Measuring 774 Radar Time/Distance Manual 27 Instructor Training (Std. Ed.) 366 Instructor Training (Instr. Ed.) 13 First Responder By Brady 579 First Responder By Brady Workbook 78

TOTAL 10,212

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NC Sheriffs’ Education & Training Standards Commission NC Justice Academy Bookstore Sales

Detention Officer Certification Course Manual (Std. Ed.) Detention Officer Certification Course Manual (Instr. Ed.) CD/DOCC, Student CD/DOCC, Instructor Telecommunicator Certification Course, Student Telecommunicator Certification Course, Instructor Telecommunicator Certification Course, CD Sheriff’s Quick Reference Guide to Obscure Statutes The Sheriff’s Guide to Civil Process

776 47 746 35 130 10 2 13 10

TOTAL

1,769

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Roy Cooper Attorney General

NORTH CAROLINA JUSTICE ACADEMY
PO Box 99 Salemburg, NC 28385 Phone: (910) 525-4151 PO Box 600 Edneyville, NC 28727-0600 Phone: (828) 685-3600

Martha A. Stanford Director

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