April 7, 2020

Criminal Justice Class


Criminal Justice I is the first course in Law Enforcement Services and the Legal and Correctional Services programs of study. It serves as a comprehensive survey of how the law enforcement, legal, and correctional systems interact with each other in the United States. Current issues will be researched in the context of local, state, and federal laws. Investigative skills will be developed in the areas of drug use, incident documentation and basic crime scene investigation. Additionally, upon completion of the course, students will understand the importance of communications and professionalism in law enforcement.


Criminal Justice II is an integrated survey of the law and justice systems for students interested in pursuing careers in law enforcement and legal services. From initial crisis scenario management to arrest, transport, trial, and corrections, procedures and laws governing the application of justice in the United States are examined in detail, with special emphasis on the best practices and professional traits required of law enforcement and legal professionals. This course prepares students for advanced work in crime scene analysis and forensic science, and offers strong knowledge and skill preparation for postsecondary or career opportunities in associated fields.


Room A108 at the West Texas Training Center on the Howard College Campus

3501 North US Highway 67

San Angelo, TX 76901

Instructor: Travis Dudley

Email: claude.dudley@saisd.org


We do not encourage students to drive their personal vehicles to the WTTC.

SAISD buses will transport students to and from their respective campuses for free!! So save your gas money!!!

Criminal Justice Instructor: Travis Dudley

15 Years experience in Law Enforcement

MA. in Criminal Justice from Sul Ross State University.

BA. in criminal Justice from Angelo State University.

TCOLE: Peace Officer Certified