Updated May 2022
These resources will help you get started with any research you may be doing while attending Criminal Justice classes or attending Law Enforcement Regional Training Academy at MCC.
Mott Community College Law Enforcement Regional Training Academy (LERTA)
You may have heard the terms police academy, basic police school, police recruit school, or regional training academy. In Michigan, all of these terms refer to the same training process. You must complete a Basic Training School that is sanctioned and under contract with the Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES). There are academies throughout the state and Mott Community College is proud to be one of the locations selected to provide this training.
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