Law Enforcement Academy Program
The self-study for the law enforcement academy program has been completed and siubmitted to the New Mexico Law Enforcement Academy for review. The chart below illustrates our current progress on the program. As we move toward completion of program development and implementation, the site information will be updated accordingly.
This program is not currently recruiting or enrolling students, but as soon as certification is complete, a community outreach and recruitment program will be initiated.
The DACC Law Enforcement Academy (LEA) certificate program is focused on preparing the student to qualify for certification as a law enforcement officer in the State of New Mexico. Students participating in the course will be prepared to take the state tests. Certification as a law enforcement officer may only occur if a person is currently employed by a law enforcement agency within the State of New Mexico.
Our suggestion is to review the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) available through the link on the left side navigation bar.
Medical/Accidental Injury Insurance Notice:
DACC does not provide medical insurance for students. DACC students are encouraged to obtain their own medical insurance for any illness, accident or injury that might occur during the span of this course. Visit www.healthcare.gov to shop for, compare costs and coverage benefits, and enroll in insurance coverage.
If you are interested in applying and want to be notified about workshops and admission windows, email the program director at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also call Richard DeRouen at 575-528-7247.
Page last updated August 2014.