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Law Enforcement to Corrections, Crossover

Law Enforcement to Corrections, Crossover (P430152)

This program is established for the purpose of providing job-related training to students that require certification, in accordance with Chapter 943, Florida Statutes (F.S.) and Chapter 11B - 35, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) as full-time Law Enforcement Officers.

The content includes, but is not limited to, knowledge of codes of ethics; laws, rules, and regulations; search and seizure; supervision, protection, care, custody, and control, or investigation, of inmates within a correctional institution.

Program content includes the following courses:

OCPs Title Course # Hours













Introduction to Corrections CJK0300 32
Communications CJK0305 40
Officer Safety CJK0310 16
Facilities and Equipment CJK0315 8
Intake and Release CJK0320 18
Supervising in a Correctional Facility CJK0325 40
Supervising Special Populations CJK0330 20
Responding to Incidents and Emergencies CJK0335 16
Crossover Program Updates CJK0393 8
  Program Length: 198 Hours


Course Prerequisites

  • School District Recognized Accredited High School Diploma or GED
  • A physical training pre-test is required
  • Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test - CJBAT ($40)
  • Fingerprint Card processed by FDLE and FBI ($55)
  • Physical exam with EKG Results and Drug Screen (cost varies with each doctor)
  • One (1) day orientation process

Program Times

Times and days may vary depending on curriculum needs. Contact Criminal Justice Department (850-941-6200 ext 2152) for schedules.

Program Costs

Estimated for Florida Residents

Tuition: $572.22

Uniforms: $400

Corrections Supply Fee: $275

Total: $1,247.22

Estimated for Non-Residents

Tuition: $2,354.22

Uniforms: $400

Corrections Supply Fee: $275

Total: $3,029.22


Industry Salaries

Salary Rate: $26,000 - $40,000

Pensacola Average: $36,441.60

State Average: $43,3256.40

National Average: $45,877

Criminal Justice Contact Information

Phone: 850-941-6200 Ext. 2152

Location: Region 1 | FDLE Criminal Justice Training Center # 70

Office hours: Monday through Friday 7:00AM - 3:30PM