BPCC TO SIGN AGREEMENT WITH LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES

Release date: October 18, 2018

Bossier Parish Community College is honored to be signing Memorandums of Understanding with local law enforcement agencies to provide expanded educational opportunities for peace officers completing the Louisiana POST (Police Officers Standards and Training) Council for law enforcement officers. Additional details of the agreement will be made available at the signing.

The signing will take place at 11:00 a.m. Monday, October 22 in the Chancellor’s Boardroom (Building A-230) on the BPCC campus, 6220 E. Texas St., Bossier City, LA.

“The MOU for POST Commissioned Law Enforcement officers grants academic recognition for their very stringent police academy training,” says Dan Cain, BPCC’s program coordinator and instructor of Criminal Justice. “While at their respective academies, these officers have trained hundreds of hours in the classroom learning their discipline. This is a phenomenal opportunity for our college to help our law enforcement community by awarding 15 hours of criminal justice college credit to those with POST Commissions while working on the Criminal Justice Degree at Bossier Parish Community College.”

Date/Time
Monday, October 22
11:00 a.m.

Location
Bossier Parish Community College
Chancellor’s Boardroom, Building A, Room 230
6220 E Texas St, Bossier City, LA

Participants:
Bossier Parish Sheriff’s Office officials
Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office officials
Shreveport Police Department officials
Bossier Parish Community College

  • Dr. Rick Bateman, Jr., Chancellor
  • Kay Boston, Dean – Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • Dan Dain – Program Coordinator and Instructor, Criminal Justice