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New York City Police Department

Overview

The New York City Police Department, an NCCRS member since 1974, serves the citizens of the five boroughs of the city. It is the nation’s largest police agency, employing approximately 35,000 uniformed members and 18,000 civilian members. Beyond a large patrol force, the Department has many specialized law enforcement units which include the former New York City Transit and Housing Police Departments.

The City Police Academy is responsible for conducting formal training programs within the Department. In addition to its entry-level programs for uniformed and civilian members, the Academy develops and conducts in-service courses in organization, human relations, and management. Specialized training areas include investigation, crime prevention, security, payroll, and time management for both its own personnel and those of other criminal justice agencies. The Academy also evaluates and coordinates decentralized training programs and acts as the liaison between the Department and higher education institutions.

Source of Official Student Records

Training Records Unit, Police Academy
235 East 20th Street
Room 833
New York, NY 10003
United States

Titles of all evaluated learning experiences

Civilian Training

Civilian Training (NYPD) - Inactive Courses

In-Service Training (NYPD)

In-Service Training (NYPD) - Inactive Courses

Recruit Academic Program (formerly Student Officer Training Program) - July 2007 - Present

Student Officer Training Program - Inactive Courses

Descriptions and credit recommendations for all evaluated learning experiences

Civilian Training

Civilian Training (NYPD) - Inactive Courses

In-Service Training (NYPD)

In-Service Training (NYPD) - Inactive Courses

Recruit Academic Program (formerly Student Officer Training Program) - July 2007 - Present

Student Officer Training Program - Inactive Courses

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