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The mission of the North Carolina Justice Academy is to enhance the careers of criminal justice officers through research, education, and training. We pride ourselves on being Relevant, Innovative, Timely, and Engaging (R.I.T.E.) in all areas of the curriculum.

We have fostered numerous partnerships with various stakeholders across North Carolina that are vital to our mission that ensure each student that touches our campus, physically or virtually, gets the best training and information possible.

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Video Production Unit

The NCJA Video Production Unit is a small full-service video production house, taking videos from script to screen. Functions include videotaping, audio recording, editing, DVD authoring, and disc duplication.

Its primary purpose is to develop video products to enhance North Carolina criminal justice mandated training, and courses designed and delivered by the Justice Academy’s training staff. The Video Unit has been in place since 1986 and is located on the Salemburg campus in the Support Services Building.

Agencies assisted by the Video Production Unit include the Attorney General’s Office, State Bureau of Investigation, Alcohol Law Enforcement, Department of Health and Human Services, State Highway Patrol, NC Association of School Resource Officers, NC Sheriff’s’ Association, and numerous local police departments and sheriffs’ offices.

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Congratulations to members of Session III of the NCJA Leadership Institute. Twenty-two leaders from across the state graduated from the 120-hour course on Nov. 19, 2021. They first came together in September to begin studies designed to help grow and develop their leadership skills, and again in October for a week with the UNC School of Government, culminating in a final week together in Salemburg during month three. One highlight of the program is the Heart of a Leader Award. This award is presented to a student in whom others see demonstrate the five leadership practices on which this course is based. These practices are modeling the way, inspiring a shared vision, challenging the process, enabling others to act, and encouraging the heart. While many worthy contenders were considered, Session III selected as their heart of a leader Chief Deputy Brandon Medina of the Nash County Sheriff’s Office. Brandon is especially noted for the encouragement provided to others throughout the course. For many, the NCJA-LI is also the capstone in pursuit of the NCJA Leadership Certificate (LCP), an expanded 400-hour leadership program. Seven members from Session III and three returning members of Session I were awarded the LCP during the graduating ceremony. Congratulations to Session I LCP recipients Chris Chandler (Waynesville PD), Tyler Medlin (Huntersville PD), and Nick Deming (SBI) and to Session III recipients Robert Dalton (Fayetteville State University PD), Dallas Warren (Leland PD), Jamie Almond (Leland PD), Adrian Mathews (Clinton PD), Billy Brown (Benson PD), Chris Ammons (Woodfin PD), and Dustin Johnson (Laurinburg PD). NCJA is very proud to have played a role in all of these professional accomplishments, and we congratulate each of you on a job well done! If you wish to learn more about the NCJA Leadership Institute or the NCJA Leadership Certificate Program, please contact the program coordinator, Kevin Tingen, at ktingen@ncdoj.gov. ... See MoreSee Less
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