The Law, Public Safety, Corrections, and Security industry encompasses careers in law enforcement, security, corrections, and fire and emergency management services. Students will gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of police, courts, corrections, and private securities. They will also examine constitutional law, the United States legal system, criminal and civil law, law enforcement terminology, and classification and elements of a crime.


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  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Careers” tab to find additional information on jobs, degrees and majors.
  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Assessment” tab to take a self-assessment to see where your interests may lead.

4. If you are a current high school student, go to your Student Services Department and make an appointment to see your counselor to discuss future options.

5. Go to the “My Plan” tab above and see what course openings you have to explore this college major and career in addition to your courses required for graduation.

6. Visit your counselor to discuss how and when course selection occurs each year of high school.

Job Ideas

  • Corrections Officer
  • Probation Officer
  • Youth Services Worker
  • Emergency and Fire Services
  • Security and Protective Services
  • Operations Analyst
  • Canine Enforcement Officer
  • Transportation Security Screener
  • Environmental Health Inspector
  • Criminal Investigator
  • Immigration and Customs Inspector/agents
  • Forensic Science Technician
  • Policeman
  • Detective
  • Attorney
  • Court Reporter
  • Judge
  • Legal Assistant
  • Mediator
  • Arbitrator
  • Paralegal
Associate Degrees

  • Emergency Disaster Management
  • Fire Science Technology
  • Law Enforcement and Justice Administration
  • Forensic Science
  • Paralegal Studies
College Majors

  • Law
  • Legal Studies
  • Pre-Law Studies
  • Energy, Environment and Natural Resources Law
  • Business/Commercial Law
  • Corrections
  • Criminal Justice
  • Forensic Science and Technology
  • Criminal Science
  • Fire Science
  • Crisis, Emergency and Disaster Management
  • Military Studies
  • Strategic Studies
Industry Certificates

  • CPR Certification
  • EMT Certification
  • Paramedic Certificate
  • Public Dispatch Certificate
  • Paralegal Studies Certificate
  • OSHA Certification
  • Certified Corrections Officer

Next Steps:

1. Explore the tabs above to see more details about this College Major and Career Cluster

2. Find District 211 courses and after school connections you are interested in exploring.

3. Sign into your District 211 Career Cruising account to take self-assessments and find out more about colleges/careers.

  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Careers” tab to find additional information on jobs, degrees and majors.
  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Assessment” tab to take a self-assessment to see where your interests may lead.

4. If you are a current high school student, go to your Student Services Department and make an appointment to see your counselor to discuss future options.

5. Go to the “My Plan” tab above and see what course openings you have to explore this college major and career in addition to your courses required for graduation.

6. Visit your counselor to discuss how and when course selection occurs each year of high school.

Next Steps:

 

1. Explore the tabs above to see more details about this College Major and Career Cluster

2. Find District 211 courses and after school connections you are interested in exploring.

3. Sign into your District 211 Career Cruising account to take self-assessments and find out more about colleges/careers.

  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Careers” tab to find additional information on jobs, degrees and majors.
  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Assessment” tab to take a self-assessment to see where your interests may lead.

4. If you are a current high school student, go to your Student Services Department and make an appointment to see your counselor to discuss future options.

5. Go to the “My Plan” tab above and see what course openings you have to explore this college major and career in addition to your courses required for graduation.

6. Visit your counselor to discuss how and when course selection occurs each year of high school.


After School Connections

  • Career Treks
  • Debate
  • Speech
  • Business Clubs (BPA/DECA)
  • Social Studies Club
  • Community Service Opportunities

Activities Links

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Next Steps:

1. Explore the tabs above to see more details about this College Major and Career Cluster

2. Find District 211 courses and after school connections you are interested in exploring.

3. Sign into your District 211 Career Cruising account to take self-assessments and find out more about colleges/careers.

  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Careers” tab to find additional information on jobs, degrees and majors.
  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Assessment” tab to take a self-assessment to see where your interests may lead.

4. If you are a current high school student, go to your Student Services Department and make an appointment to see your counselor to discuss future options.

5. Go to the “My Plan” tab above and see what course openings you have to explore this college major and career in addition to your courses required for graduation.

6. Visit your counselor to discuss how and when course selection occurs each year of high school.

My Four-Year Plan

This is a basic overview of the minimum coursework needed for graduation.

*Graduation requirement

A minimum of eighteen academic units of credit is required for graduation. This includes the courses indicated in the above chart plus at least one credit from the Applied Technology, Art, Business Education, Family & Consumer Sciences, Music or World Language Departments.

Additional information regarding requirements for graduation and college entrance:

My Four-Year Plan – Hoffman Estates High School

This is a basic overview of the minimum coursework needed for graduation.

*Graduation requirement

A minimum of eighteen academic units of credit is required for graduation. This includes the courses indicated in the above chart plus at least one credit from the Applied Technology, Art, Business Education, Family & Consumer Sciences, Music or World Language Departments.

Additional information regarding requirements for graduation and college entrance:


Next Steps:

1. Explore the tabs above to see more details about this College Major and Career Cluster

2. Find District 211 courses and after school connections you are interested in exploring.

3. Sign into your District 211 Career Cruising account to take self-assessments and find out more about colleges/careers.

  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Careers” tab to find additional information on jobs, degrees and majors.
  • In Career Cruising, explore the “Assessment” tab to take a self-assessment to see where your interests may lead.

4. If you are a current high school student, go to your Student Services Department and make an appointment to see your counselor to discuss future options.

5. Go to the “My Plan” tab above and see what course openings you have to explore this college major and career in addition to your courses required for graduation.

6. Visit your counselor to discuss how and when course selection occurs each year of high school.