North Carolina’s Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission Members
The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission and the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission recently published a press release about the work they are doing to provide high quality training and standards for law enforcement officers in North Carolina. You can read the full press release here.
The North Carolina Sheriffs’ Education and Training Standards Commission is responsible for the certification of all justice officers, including deputy sheriffs, detention officers and telecommunicators, who are employed in the 100 Sheriffs’ Offices in this state pursuant to N.C.G.S. 17E.
This Commission also oversees the establishment, maintenance and upgrading of acceptable training courses.
Resulting from the creation of the Commission, the Sheriffs’ Standards Division was established as part of the Department of Justice. The primary objective of this Division is to act as staff to the Commission in carrying out its responsibilities
*****Attention: Upcoming DOCC and TCC classes may be postponed, suspended, or canceled due to community college closures. All updates will be posted online weekly; however be aware and check with school officials before planning to send students to any upcoming classes. Please contact the schools directly before deciding to send students to any DOCC or TCC class for the time being*****
2020 Commission Meeting Schedule:
- March 19 & 20 – POSTPONED
- April 26 – Teleconference (Full Commission Meeting only)
- June 18 & 19 – Wake County
- September 17 & 18 – Wake County
- December 10 & 11 – Wake County