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Thank you for visiting our class web page. It is my hope that this service will be a benefit to you and your parents. I wish to open a simple line of communication with you so that together we may develop a better course of instruction, one that will meet your needs.
There is a lot more to the administration of justice than law enforcement. Lawyers, judges, counselors, medical examiners, crime scene investigators, software engineers, probation officers, parole officers, dispatchers, emergency rescuers, and child protective service personnel, are just a few of the careers associated with the Administration of Justice but they all center around "public service." If your primary goal is public service, if you cherish life, respect people, and recognize the importance of each person being able to freely exercise their civil rights, then a career in the Administration of Justice is an excellent place to begin.
I also encourage you to look at other ROP courses. All ROP courses are designed to help you learn about a career field that you might interest you. Instructors explain employment qualifications, educational considerations, the hiring process as well as help you develop skills that you will find necessary and useful if you pursue a career in this area.
One of the most important aspects of an ROP course is that the instructors all come from the career fields that they teach. Not only are they well versed in theory, they can describe how the techniques actually work in the "real worlds." Please notice that I used the term "real worlds." That is because, in many ways, professionals in each career area see the world a little differently than the rest of us. Exploring different career fields can be an experience in looking at the world through different paradigms, different lens, different filters. It helps make the ROP experience more interesting.
In this class, our lens is focused by the United States Constitution's Bill of Rights, arguably, one of the most important living documents of our time.
Welcome to our class. Let us explore the possibilities together.