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The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Formerly New York State Department of Correctional Services

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Source of official student records
Titles of all evaluated learning experiences
Descriptions and credit recommendations
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The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (formerly New York State Department of Correctional Services), a National CCRS member since 1978, is responsible for providing effective and efficient correctional programs in New York State. The Department employs approximately 30,000 persons, including some 23,000 correction officers in work settings at 70 correctional facilities, including correctional camps and community-based facilities.

The Training Academy provides entry-level training for new officers, regular in-service programs for permanent staff, and management and executive development programs. Tuition support programs and liaison activities with higher education institutions are coordinated by the Supervisor of Management Development at the Academy.

Source of official student records: The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision Training Academy, 1134 New Scotland Road, Albany, New York 12208.


Titles of all evaluated learning experiences

Listed below are the titles of all evaluated learning experiences for this organization. Information on the college credit recommendation established for each learning experience can be accessed through the links below:

IN-SERVICE TRAINING

Sergeant’s School

INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

Legal Issues in Corrections for Supervisors: Inmates’ Rights and Responsibilities
Network Training Program - (College officials, please refer to note above, regarding a related course)
Train-The-Trainer (MPTC Instructor Development School)
Train-The-Trainer - Chemical Agents
Train-The-Trainer - Firearms
Train-The-Trainer - Unarmed Defensive Tactics
Trainer Training in Interpersonal Communication Skills-Master Trainer Level

RECRUIT TRAINING PROGRAM

Chemical Agents
Communications
Institutional Procedures
Investigation and Evidence Collection
Legal Principles and Concepts
Physical Education and Health and Safety
Physical Training
Practicum in Corrections
Social-Psychological Issues

Descriptions and credit recommendations

For complete descriptions and credit recommendations, follow the links above.

Last Updated: November 20, 2012