Fight crime in your community! Enter Gwinnett Tech's Criminal Justice Technology program that prepares you for criminal justice careers. Jobs in this field are available in the areas of federal and state law enforcement, specialist agencies, investigative fields and more. At GwinnettTech, you'll learn principles of law enforcement and a variety of law and criminal procedures.
This program is offered at Gwinnett Tech's Alpharetta-North Fulton Campus as well as our Lawrenceville Campus.
Take the first step toward a top job in this field and apply for next semester. All the dates and deadlines you need to know are here on the website. If you're looking for ways to pay for your education, check out the scholarships for this program. You can also learn about our instructors, clubs and organizations and check out the advisory board to learn more about companies in this field.
View the Fact Sheet for Criminal Justice Technology.
View the Fact Sheet for A.S. Criminal Justice.
Information on gainful employment: Criminal Justice
View our course catalog and check out these offerings
- Top Jobs
- Advisory Board
- Criminal Justice
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Jon HagerInstructor, Criminal Justicejhager@GwinnettTech.eduPhil KleinDean of Health Sciencespklein@GwinnettTech.edu678-226-6732Russ PomrenkeProgram Director, Criminal Justicerpomrenke@GwinnettTech.edu678-226-6630
Entry-level criminal justice positions are available in corrections, security, investigative and police administration fields.
Criminal Justice Program Advisory Committee
Deputy Chief Joy Parrish
Gwinnett County Police Department
George Ranney, Security Manager
Gwinnett Center & Arena
Chief Deputy Mike Boyd
Gwinnett Co. Sheriff's Department
Sharon Cashin, Chief Probation Officer
Lawrenceville Probation Office
Major Don Woodruff
Duluth Police Department
Warden David Peek
Gwinnett Department of Corrections
Chief Roy Whitehead
Snellville Police Department
Capt. Jeff Smith
Lawrenceville Police Department
Warden Tony Howerton
Phillips State Prison
Chief Mike Jones
Suwanee Police Department